Stop Using Antiquated Training Methods!
It’s maddening when you’ve been practicing a technique in class, but it never works when you try it live. It makes you wonder if you’re wasting your precious training time.
The brand new BJJ Games instructional answers the most exasperating problem in jiu-jitsu, and shows you how to train so that you can actually apply techniques against resistance in sparring and competition.
This four-volume instructional uses a system of ground-breaking games and live drills to make your techniques smooth and instinctive. With this play-based method you’ll get more out of each training session, waste less time, and get better at jiu-jitsu much faster.
Rob Biernacki is a black belt instructor who has used these exact methods to win gold in the advanced division of the ADCC Open and No Gi Worlds. BJJ practitioners have travelled from all over the world to train with him, and now – for the first time – you too can benefit from these unique and effective training methods.
In this instructional Rob Biernacki and Stephan Kesting team up to show you the groundbreaking games, drills, and situational sparring methods that will elevate your jiu-jitsu game MUCH faster than traditional training methods.
Learn how to make your techniques fast, effective, and instinctive with cutting edge training methods!
What Exactly is Covered in the BJJ Games Instructional?
BJJ Games is your complete guide to adding gamification to your training. It’s the most complete instructional on the use of games and drills in the sport ever published.
Rob Biernacki has been using these games for over 10 years to create killers on the mat; they’ve been a huge part of his tournament success, and are one of the commonly-requested topic when he teaches seminars.
This instructional includes over 6 hours of material, logically arranged onto 4 full DVDs (for physical disks) and 12 pages of videos (for the online version).
You’ll get 25 different drills and games, each with different variations and difficulty levels so that you can get excellent training regardless of the level of your training partner. Even if you’re a white belt training with a black belt, or a black belt training with a white belt, you’ll BOTH still get something out of this training!
These games allow you to develop skills like being difficult to sweep or having a difficult-to-pass guard. These skills are often thought of as being ‘intangible,’ but the truth is that having the correct training methods allows you to systematically and reliably develop them to a very high level.
Most of these games place constraints on one or both players. This allows both parties to fearlessly hone new skills without getting trapped in the very narrow confines of what’s already working for them.
Every drill is taught in detail, then demonstrated in live rolling. The combination of detailed instruction and live training footage in BJJ Games gives you a blueprint for instantly responding to any opponent you might run into.
Play-based training methods improve your game much faster than only doing regular rolling or repetitive dummy drilling. This is a template anyone can use to refine skills, which is especially useful if you don’t consistently have access to high level coaching.BJJ Games is into 3 main sections: FYJJ drills, Specific Sparring and BJJ Minigames.
Here’s a great Youtube breakdown by Rob Biernacki and I covering these 3 types of games.
Each of these 3 sections have their own unique rules, goals, and winning conditions that will develop certain aspects of your game, including those supposedly ‘intangible’ qualities like a guard that’s hard to pass or being hard to sweep.
Furthermore, each game in those 3 sections is broken down by Rob Biernacki, and then demonstrated live by him and his students. By seeing each game in action you can immediately begin to incorporate it into your own training.
All you need to get started is a mat, a training partner, and this instructional!
Here are the sections and the games they contain
SECTION 1, FYJJ DRILLS
- Jiu-Jitsu Games Intro
- FYJJ Overview
- FYJJ Sweeping Overview
- FYJJ Sweeping Live
- Top Layer Variables 1: Active Posting
- Top Layer Variables 2: Stripping Control – Recovery Before the Sweep
- Top Layer Variables 3: The Tech Stand Battle – Popping Back Up after the Sweep
- Bottom Layer Variables 1: Kuzushi and Knockdown
- Bottom Layer Variables 2: Double Lever Control
- Bottom Layer Variables 3: Sweep Completion
- FYJJ Guard Passing Overview
- FYJJ Guard Passing Live
- Top Layer Variables 1: Contact Trigger
- Top Layer Variables 2: Combos
- Top Layer Variables 3: Categories
- Bottom Layers 1 – 5
- Special Scenarios
- FYJJ Top Control Overview
- FYJJ Top Control Live
- Pinning with Frames & Wedges
- Pinning with Levers
- Combining Movement, Lever Control & Weight Shifts
- Adjusting Intensity & Complexity for Maximum Learning
SECTION 2, SPECIFIC SPARRING
- Specific Sparring Introduction
- Submission Control 1: Armbar
- Armbar Control Live
- Submission Control 2: Kimura
- Kimura Control Live
- Submission Control 3: Triangle
- Triangle Control Live
- Submission Control 4: Guillotine & Front Headlock
- Front Headlock Control Live
- Submission Control 5: Omo Plata
- Omo Plata Control Live
- Back Control 1: Turtle
- ADCC Turtle Live
- Back Control 2: With Hooks
- Back Hooks Specific Sparring
- Top Control 1: Mount
- Mount Live
- Top Control 2: Side Control
- Side Control Live
- Top Control 3: Knee Ride
- Knee Ride Live
- Top Control 4: North-South
- North-South Live
- Closed Guard
- Closed Guard Live
- Half Guard
- Half Guard Live
- Butterfly Guard
- Butterfly Guard Live
- Open Guards
- Open Guards Live
- Introduction to BJJ Minigames
- Mindset for Game-Based Learning
- Engagement Phase Game
- Engagement Phase Game Live
- Collar Tie & Foot Position Game
- Collar Tie & Foot Position Game Live
- No Hands Guard Game
- No Hands Guard Game Live
- The Frame Game
- Frame Game Live
- Arm Drag Game
- Arm Drag Game Live
- Float Like a Butterfly Game
- Floating Butterfly Game Live
- The Underhook Game
- Underhook Game Live
- No Half Game
- No Half Game Live
- Standing Handfighting Game
- Standing Handfighting Game Live
- Where to Go From Here
I really think it will change how people train for the better, allowing them to make much more of their limited training time and internalise the techniques and transitions they’ve been working on MUCH faster.
Who is Rob Biernacki?
Rob Biernacki is a BJJ black belt, head instructor of Island Top Team, and the creator of the BJJ Games instructional.
He’s among the forefront of the new wave of BJJ instructors using sports science, biomechanics, kinesiology and a conceptual approach to the martial arts.
Together with Stephan Kesting he has previously released the bestselling BJJ Formula instructional, which was a scientific and biomechanically-based approach to Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. This was described by many as the best, most useful instructional on BJJ that they had ever seen.
Since then he has released many other instructionals, including The Modern Leglock Formula, BJJ for Old F***s, The Submission Formula, The Arm Drag Formula, and more. He combines intensive research, competition analysis, and experimentation with techniques and strategies learned from some of the best instructors and competitors around the country.
Rob has competed regularly since he received his black belt, most recently winning gold at the 2023 ADCC Open while competing against people 15 years younger than him, and at the 2023 IBJJF M4 No Gi World Championships.
Rob has traveled to train with Marcelo Garcia, Caio Terra, Eddie Cummings, Paul Schreiner, and Henry Akins, Ryan Hall, Dean Lister, Jake McKenzie, Ricardo Liborio, and Charles McCarthy from ATT from whom he received his black belt.
He frequently teaches seminars at academies throughout North America and is sought after for private instruction by BJJ instructors wanting t0 improve their skills with cutting edge information and training methods.
Who is Stephan Kesting?
Stephan Kesting is a BJJ black belt who has trained for over 40 years in the martial arts, including many grappling arts like BJJ, sambo, judo, submission wrestling and shoot wrestling.
He runs Grapplearts.com, and his Youtube BJJ videos have over 68 million views. He’s produced 40 BJJ instructionals, and has published 3 books on the topic.
Stephan has produced many of his own instructionals like Omoplata 2.0, Rolling Backtakes for Everyone, The Black Belt Concepts Course and many more. He has also worked with Rob Biernacki on a number of very successful instructionals including The BJJ Formula, The Modern Leglock Formula, The No Gi de la Riva Formula and The Submission Formula.
The BJJ Games instructional will definitely improve your skills, reduce your injuries, and help make your moves faster and more instinctive. You’ll get more benefit from the same amount of training, and what’s better than that?
My Unconditional 365 Day Guarantee
I’m so confident that this is the best instructional that you’ve ever seen on training methods that I will back it up with a 100%, no wiggle-room, zero hassle money back guarantee.
My return policy on this is really simple: if you don’t like the material, if you don’t find the format useful, if you find the rashguard designs offensive – anything – then you have 365 days to let me know and I’ll give you a complete refund.
This is not about ‘tricking’ you into buying something that isn’t useful and isn’t what you needed.
It’s about being able to check this product out with confidence that it’s going to work for you, or all your money back.