Today we continue our video series on an introduction to Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu with Rener Gracie of Gracie Jiu-Jitsu. In this video Rener gives us a rundown on the very basics of BJJ. Stay tuned for part two on the basics that will air in a few weeks.

For more information about Brazilian jiu-jitsu, check out the Gracie family YouTube Channels:  Gracie Academy and Gracie Breakdown .

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So what are the basic skills you need to know as a soccer player? Well, I would say that there are 10 basic skills you need to know to start playing soccer .

If you are just interested in chilling with your friends the most important ones you should concentrate on to learn are 1, 2, 6 and 9.

Knowing this one is a must whether you are playing with your friends or participating in a regular soccer team. If you don't know how to pass the ball then no one will either pass it to you.

Today we continue our video series on an introduction to Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu with Rener Gracie of Gracie Jiu-Jitsu. In this video Rener gives us a rundown on the very basics of BJJ. Stay tuned for part two on the basics that will air in a few weeks.

For more information about Brazilian jiu-jitsu, check out the Gracie family YouTube Channels:  Gracie Academy and Gracie Breakdown .

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Today we continue our video series on an introduction to Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu with Rener Gracie of Gracie Jiu-Jitsu. In this video Rener gives us a rundown on the very basics of BJJ. Stay tuned for part two on the basics that will air in a few weeks.

For more information about Brazilian jiu-jitsu, check out the Gracie family YouTube Channels:  Gracie Academy and Gracie Breakdown .

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So what are the basic skills you need to know as a soccer player? Well, I would say that there are 10 basic skills you need to know to start playing soccer .

If you are just interested in chilling with your friends the most important ones you should concentrate on to learn are 1, 2, 6 and 9.

Knowing this one is a must whether you are playing with your friends or participating in a regular soccer team. If you don't know how to pass the ball then no one will either pass it to you.

According to About Gymnastics, basic gymnastics moves include the splits, center splits, handstand, back walkover and back flip. Both the front split and the center split are moves that appear simple, but require a lot of training and stretching to master. However basic they appear, these moves are a cornerstone of many gymnastics routines and one of the first things studied when gymnastics training begins.

The handstand is used in just about every gymnastics event. Mastering it on a mat is the recommended way to gain confidence and become a solid gymnast, according to About Gymnastics. The bridge is another basic move that is achieved through practice and stretching. Mastering the bridge improves shoulder flexibility, allowing for greater success in many other gymnastics moves.

About Gymnastics states that once the bridge is mastered, the next step in training is the back walkover. Another frequently used move, the back walkover starts in a bridge position. From there, the legs are kicked over the head to complete a controlled and slow walkover, resembling a slow-motion back flip. The back flip is the most difficult of the basic skills. Once it is mastered, however, the gymnast is able to build many other skills based on this integral move.

Today we continue our video series on an introduction to Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu with Rener Gracie of Gracie Jiu-Jitsu. In this video Rener gives us a rundown on the very basics of BJJ. Stay tuned for part two on the basics that will air in a few weeks.

For more information about Brazilian jiu-jitsu, check out the Gracie family YouTube Channels:  Gracie Academy and Gracie Breakdown .

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So what are the basic skills you need to know as a soccer player? Well, I would say that there are 10 basic skills you need to know to start playing soccer .

If you are just interested in chilling with your friends the most important ones you should concentrate on to learn are 1, 2, 6 and 9.

Knowing this one is a must whether you are playing with your friends or participating in a regular soccer team. If you don't know how to pass the ball then no one will either pass it to you.

According to About Gymnastics, basic gymnastics moves include the splits, center splits, handstand, back walkover and back flip. Both the front split and the center split are moves that appear simple, but require a lot of training and stretching to master. However basic they appear, these moves are a cornerstone of many gymnastics routines and one of the first things studied when gymnastics training begins.

The handstand is used in just about every gymnastics event. Mastering it on a mat is the recommended way to gain confidence and become a solid gymnast, according to About Gymnastics. The bridge is another basic move that is achieved through practice and stretching. Mastering the bridge improves shoulder flexibility, allowing for greater success in many other gymnastics moves.

About Gymnastics states that once the bridge is mastered, the next step in training is the back walkover. Another frequently used move, the back walkover starts in a bridge position. From there, the legs are kicked over the head to complete a controlled and slow walkover, resembling a slow-motion back flip. The back flip is the most difficult of the basic skills. Once it is mastered, however, the gymnast is able to build many other skills based on this integral move.

It is tempting for the eager skater to advance quickly through learning the basics, and it is a temptation that is worth resisting. If you want to progress, it is time well invested to learn the basics thoroughly, even if the moves are a little uncomfortable for you. Like a pyramid, everything else you do as a skater will be built on these first skills.

Falling is something you probably going to do a lot on the ice. Professional and competitive skaters fall a lot, but they seldom get hurt. That is because falling is just another skill, and it is possible to learn how to do it safely. It turns out that the "bad falls" are often the ones that you are least prepared for, while the falls resulting from various failed or incomplete moves are usually fairly predictable and can be softened to some degree as a result. If you feel like you are going to fall, go ahead and do it. Fighting for your balance often makes the fall harder and more awkward. The basic principles are:

Once you are able to skate around with confidence you will start building up speed. At this stage it is is very important that you learn how to stop quickly.

Today we continue our video series on an introduction to Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu with Rener Gracie of Gracie Jiu-Jitsu. In this video Rener gives us a rundown on the very basics of BJJ. Stay tuned for part two on the basics that will air in a few weeks.

For more information about Brazilian jiu-jitsu, check out the Gracie family YouTube Channels:  Gracie Academy and Gracie Breakdown .

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