Monkey-Jits (BJJ) Operating System for Trainers

The Monkey-Jits (BJJ) Operating System is the core foundational curriculum that we first coach to all our students in our various Monkey Jits Garages and Academies around the world. The MJ-OS consists of 33 blocks, each containing essential components of the Jiu-Jitsu game. Crucially our approach to Jiu-Jitsu honors a self-preservation approach. To find out more about the Monkey-Jits (BJJ) Trainers program, and how to join, CLICK HERE.

Getting Started With Monkey-Jits OS For Trainers

Flow Block 1: Street Takedowns

Flow Block 2: Street Standing Submissions

Flow Block 3: Keeping The Fight Standing

Flow Block 4: Surviving The Takedown & Safety Stand

Flow Block 5: Surviving the Closed Striking Guard

Flow Block 6: Passing The Guard Techniques & Concepts

Flow Block 7: Countering 4P Passes

Flow Block 8: Full Half Guard & Escapes

Flow Block 9: Sweeps From The Bottom Guard

Flow Block 10: 5P Top Side-Control

Flow Block 11: Escaping 5P Side-Control

Flow Block 12: 5S Side-Control Submissions

Flow Block 13: Scarf Holds, Escapes & Submissions

Flow Block 14: Knee-Ride

Flow Block 15: Knee-Ride Submissions

Flow Block 16: North-South Positional Control

Flow Block 17: North-South Submissions

Flow Block 18: Escaping North-South

Flow Block 19: Gaining & Capturing The Mount

Flow Block 20: Primary Mount Submissions

Flow Block 21: Escaping The Mount

Flow Block 22: Top-Game Macro Flow

Flow Block 23: Holding Side-Mount

Flow Block 24: Side-Mount Submissions

Flow Block 25: Side-Mount Escapes

Flow Block 26: Gaining & Controlling The Back Mount

Flow Block 27: Back Mount Escapes

Flow Block 28: Back Mount Submissions

Flow Block 29: Controlling Turtle Position

Flow Block 30: Turtle Position Escapes

Flow Block 31: Turtle Position Submissions

Flow Block 32: Guard Recovery Strategy

Flow Block 33:  Surviving The Bottom in Self-Preservation

Student Evaluation Criteria