BJJFlowCharts – the Roadmap to Success

The man behind BJJFlowCharts has the game plan laid out and ready to navigate you through the complexities of progressing through the minefield of Jiu Jitsu

Max Corteggiano at BJJFlowCharts has one goal: to make you improve faster. The flow charts give you a better understanding meaning you can train smarter. This simple premise, of offering a map to navigate your BJJ journey, has proved successful and every day, more and more people are reaching for their BJJFlowCharts to level up and get better at the sport they love.

There are two kinds of flow charts: the Blue Print Series and the Danaher and Gordon Ryan Series.

The Blue Print is embedded with videos that explain each of the moves in the flow chart and is designed to pour rocket fuel into your understanding of Jiu Jitsu. The Danaher and Gordon Ryan series complement the DVDs of the two legends.

Presented sequentially, the flow charts are your secret weapon to becoming a better grappler. The step-by step formula sets you on the road to mastery. If you have ever felt overwhelmed on the mat, then these interactive tools are a vital addition to your kit bag, allowing you to train smarter, narrow your focus and improve faster.

By seeing the system as a whole, including all of the connections between techniques, your understanding will deepen. This means you can hit every training session with a clear purpose, meaning you can improve faster than your peers.

Based on the Rickson Gracie curriculum and the John Danaher systems, BJJFlowCharts takes you from the fundamentals in the Blue Print, through to the Blue Print 2 – Attacks, turning you into a submission artist par excellence.

New flow charts are released every month. Also, you’ll find a FREE FLOWCHART when you go to bjjflowcharts.com

Check out BJJFlowCharts and level up your game.

Tom Billinge Tom is the Editor of Revgear Sports and the founder of WarYoga. He is a 10th Planet purple belt and a Muay Thai Kru having spent over two decades in the sport in Thailand and around the world. Tom has trained Lethwei in Myanmar, Kushti wrestling in India, Zurkhaneh sports in Iran, boxing throughout Europe, and catch wrestling in the USA. Tom also resurrected the ancient techniques of traditional British bareknuckle pugilism from archaic manuals.

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