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Design your game with BJJ Flowcharts

Bjj flowcharts can help organize information in such a way that can make jiu jitsu much easier to learn.


To build a BJJ flowchart, you start with a situation, dilemma, or problem, and that anchor branches out to different potential options. Those options can branch out to even more options, and your jiu jitsu flowchart begins to take shape as you organize your game. This approach to learning jiu jitsu emphasizes on identifying problems and finding solutions. To learn more about how to use our flowchart tool, download this step by step guide.


Beginner flowcharts

Beginner bjj flowcharts will simply scratch the surface of different positions, and will tend to be less specific regarding anchors and reactions.

Advanced flowcharts

Advanced bjj flowcharts tend to be much more specific, with handfuls of reactions and counters available from situations white belts didn’t even know existed!


Current deficiencies

First, you need to notice when there are problematic situations that you don’t have solutions to when rolling. If you can’t find a fix for this problem, go watch some high-level matches. When you find a grappler who has the solutions to your problems, you will know who to study. You can now watch that grappler’s instructional videos to learn even more about the systems you are having trouble with. Take this new information, practice it in training and then incorporate it into your flowchart.

Future deficiencies (Elite)

If you are watching high-level organization and notice a trend that makes grapplers successful, it’s time to look for these instructional videos. By learning the techniques that are successful at the highest level, it’s like investing in problem solving that you don’t have yet, but probably will in the future. From there, you need to organize the information in the instruction based on what you will use first and most often, and branch out from there. Once you determine how to solve it, you have another branch on your tree.

Elevate your game in 3 steps

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Sign up now with your email to receive exclusive access to the JJXF flowchart tool.

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You will then have access to the flowchart pages, accessible from the menu, which will allow you to create and manage your flowcharts.

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To get the most out of flowcharts, it is important to study and refine them as you evolve as a grappler.

BJJ Flowcharts Tool

How do I get started with my BJJ flowchart?
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Getting started with BJJ flowcharts is easy. Your own individualized BJJ flowchart must begin with an anchor point. This anchor point could be a set of grips, a position, or some other fixed point you may encounter during a grappling exchange. From there, you can predict which of your opponent’s reactions are most likely to occur and determine how you will counter this reaction. Then, repeat this process for different positions, transitions, and opponent reactions, and watch as your BJJ flowchart grows!

How does the BJJ flowcharts tool work?
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Design your own individualized BJJ flow chart specific to your needs and preferences to get the most out of your training sessions. Visit the definitive guide to BJJ flowcharts to learn how to leverage BJJ flowcharts to 10x your progression in 5 simple steps.