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In one of the most important Gracie Breakdowns of all time, Ryron and Rener analyze the viral video of a fight that took place in a YMCA basketball gym, and then go into detail regarding the most notable differences between street and sport jiu-jitsu. They also introduce "The Four Filters" that any sport BJJ practitioner can apply to their sparring sessions to help make their reflexes and techniques more applicable in a real fight. Due to the length of the video, it may be helpful to watch it in three installments: Part 1: 00:00 - The Gracie Brothers Breakdown the Basketball Fight Part 2: 12:58 - The 3 Differences Between Street & Sport Jiu-Jitsu Part 3: 30:23 - The 4 Filters to Make Sport BJJ More Street Applicable If you agree with the principles in this video, please share it with your friends, so all jiu-jitsu practitioners can realize the difference before it's too late. Find a Certified Training Center near you, or log-on and learn it all from home at http://www.GracieUnivers
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