As you probably know drilling is one the most aspects of Jiu-Jitsu training, and training at home or in the gym when you don’t have a partner is pretty important too.
There are many things you can’t do with your body, especially when you just started to train and that’s exactly where solo drills come into play.
I’m pretty sure there’s a lot of moves you weren’t able to do for some reason in your class. Like knee sliding, or jumping from one side of your opponent’s body to another, or even the easiest forward roll… Well, it’s nothing weird when you’re a beginner.
But, why not speed up the process of your improvement? Why not make some moves as natural for you as they can be?
With solo drills, you’ll optimize your body for Jiu-Jitsu training and sparring, and we guarantee that most grappling drills are very good for you.
Some of the drills also work as light Yoga training, and we all know how flexibility is important in BJJ, especially if you play guard. I don’t even have to mention how flexibility can improve your overall health by lowering the chances of getting injured etc.
In the video below we bring you 33 solo grappling drills that you can do where ever you want and they’ll improve your overall grappling for sure. Just make sure you do them correctly and make them as much as you can and very soon you’ll notice the difference in your “fluidity”, “smoothness” and your training capabilities in general.