Draculino BJJ Training iPhone App - Blue Belt Basic

Draculino's Jiu Jitsu iPhone App - Blue Belt Complete
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  • $34.99
  • Category: Sports
  • Released: Jun 04, 2010
  • Version: 001
  • 001
  • 201 MB
  • Language: English
  • Seller: Humankind Design Ltd
Rated 9+ for the following:
  • Infrequent/Mild Realistic Violence
Requirements: Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 3.0 or later.

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You no longer have an excuse to skip your BJJ homework!

Here are 42 technique videos covering all of the blue belt essentials.

The key to practicing BJJ effectively is to understand and master the fundamentals. In this application, Draculino guides you through the exact same techniques he has used to teach his many world champion students. Draculino takes a direct stab at the low quality instructionals and Internet warriors teaching improper techniques, allowing you to immediately begin stepping up your game.

This application focuses on the Blue Belt Essentials, which are techniques that are necessary to be considered at the blue belt level. Nothing will ever replace mat time, but being able to review properly taught techniques anytime and anywhere is irreplaceable.

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- Techniques shot using multiple angles and edited into one view so you don't miss any important details
- Over 40 techniques of edited footage giving you enough material to take years to master
- Important self defense techniques that can be used in everyday practice
- Text descriptions accompany each technique highlighting important details
- NOTE: For an even more comprehensive Blue Belt app, please look at the Blue Belt: Advanced app. It contains standup and self defense techniques not in this app.


Draculino is a world champion fourth degree black belt under Carlos Gracie Jr. who has won gi, no gi, and MMA titles during his career. Draculino enjoys sharing the joy of Jiu Jitsu and has taught well over a hundred black belts. His teaching approach consistently produces world champions every single year and his students include: Romulo Barral, Marcelo Azevedo, Samuel Braga, Albert Crane, Cristiano Titi, Claudio "Caloquinha" Cardoso, and Erik Wanderley.


There are forty two techniques that make up this BLUE BELT: ESSENTIALS app and include:
Americana from mount
Ankle sweep going to mount
Arm bar from guard (standing opponent)
Arm bar from knee on belly
Arm bar from mount
Arm bar from side control
Basic guard pass on the knees
Basic guard pass standing up in posture
Bump/Portuguese sweep
Collar choke from back
Escape from side control by recovering the guard
Escape from side control by turning on fours/turtle position
Escape from the back (hands on the neck)
Escape from the back (no hands on the neck)
Getting the back from mount position (Back pack and Hooks)
Half guard pass to mount
Jumping over the leg guard pass
Keeping the open guard (foot on the hip and biceps)
Keeping the open guard (spider guard control)
Kimura from guard
Kimura from side control
Knee on belly
Maintaining base and swimming in mount position
Matador open guard pass
Pendulum sweep
Pull to guard from standing up/correct position on closed guard
Rear naked choke from back
Recover the closed guard from half guard
Recover the closed guard from half guard (cross face, under hook)
Scissor sweep
Simple arm bar from guard (on the knees)
Simple choke from knee on belly
Simple chokes from the guard
Simple escape from knee on belly
Tomoe nage from guard
Transition/Pass from side control to mount (Killing the roach)
Transition/Pass from side control to mount (sliding the knee)
Tripod sweep
Two basic chokes from mount
Upa, with hip escape from mount position
Upa/bridge escape from mount position


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