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Pros and Cons

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✅ Pros

There’s specific programs depending on where your deficiencies are.
Review Pros
The great thing with the routines is that Sebastian talks you through each and every video.
The program is very easy to follow, as it does not include crazy Yoga positions that will have you suspended in the air.
I’m more motivated to actually stretch consistently because I’m paying for it.
The Yoga for BJJ App allows you to keep practising on the go.
Sebastian Brosche speaks perfect English and is very easy to listen to.
The pricing is incredibly reasonable.
It’s cheaper than 1x visit at my local yoga studio.
You can also locally download content onto your phone so if you happen to be in the middle of nowhere without internet signal, you can still get your yoga workouts done.
Injury rehab videos are also available.
He likes to demonstrate all the moves himself while explaining in detail why he is doing what he is doing.
Multiple beginner programs are offered.
If you don’t want to sign up for a membership you don’t have to and there are still a ton of videos on the FREE part of the site.
The site is only $ per month which is pretty awesome value considering a casual visit to a gym in Australia is $20 AUD.
There is a lot of videos on there.
He has dynamic workouts.
The course also includes modifiers, where you can use a belt or a wall to help assist in the movements.
The website is incredibly user intuitive.
It has good production quality.
It’s easy to follow along.
The instructor has great teaching style.

❌ Cons

There is no search function or favourite function.
PDFs of the different programs would be good if you’re repeating the same one a few times.
It’s a little pricey.
There are no close ups or alternative angles of poses.

Final Say

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Review Summaries
All in all the site is awesome if you are looking for ways to get more flexible and stay injury free then I urge you to check out yogaforbjj.net. If you don’t want to fork out the per monthly subscription you don’t have to just try out the free videos. Although I reckon after you do them for a few days you will sign up for the premium service because the gains for me have been great.
Overall Yoga for BJJ is perfect for anyone who has been considering yoga as a way of improving their strength and flexibility.
Overall, I’m really impressed with Yoga for BJJ. So far it’s helped me feel more mobile… and for the first time in a long time I feel committed to long-term improvement.
Training Yoga for BJJ is always a good idea, period. However, training Yoga that has actually been developed for grapplers, buy a high-level grappler, is a whole different ball game. Furthermore, in the Yoga For Rocks DVD, you get a Sebastian Brosche instructional that’ll turn even the stiffest grappler into a full-blown Yogi in just weeks. And this is all before we even touch on the present class organization inside the instructional. If there are one strength and conditioning instructional you need in your life, it is this one. Namaste!
An excellent yoga resource for BJJ practitioners serious about their longevity.

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