BJJ

AcronymDefinition
BJJBrazilian Jiu-Jitsu
BJJBen Jonson Journal (Edinburgh University Press; UK)
BJJBudweiser Jiu-Jitsu (business sponsored competition)
BJJWooster Wayne City, Ohio (Airport Code)
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Isometric strength endurance performances after bjj match in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu athletes
Despite the growing popularity of this sport on a world stage, there is still little information available regarding the physiological effects of BJJ matches.
A relationship between blood glucose and cortisol has been reported prior to BJJ matches (18) and greater energy availability appears to be a positive anticipatory factor related to increased fighter competitiveness (30).
Individuals competed to win medals in their categories but at this final event of the year the titles for the first ever Welsh Junior BJJ Champions were also on the line.
Mr Araujo, who trained under legendary BJJ champion Vinicius Amaral, is on a hiatus from competing professionally and will be in Bahrain for at least a year as he recovers from an injury.
Bruce is on a whole different level; he's the owner of his own BJJ School.
Stines, whose practice with Phelps Dunbar in Tampa focuses on commercial litigation, recently took first in his division in two major Jiu Jitsu competitions in Florida, the Florida BJJ State Championship and the Miami International Open IBJJF Championship.
Gracie Barra nurtures your independent thinking, supports your fighting spirit, and helps you achieve your personal BJJ goals.
The Emirates Jiu-Jitsu Centre, the first academy in Dubai specialised in BJJ, has introduced the 'gentle art' to any one who appreciates martial arts.
BJJ is the art of defending yourself from a larger opponent whilst on your back, by using submissions, sweeps and leverage to your favor.
Tan KS, Ahmad Sarji S, Tan CT, Abdullah BJJ, Chong HT, Thayaparan T, et al.