Online Video Academy Training
Online video training gives you access to your video content in one convenient location. Now if you are unable to make it to the Academy you can still have a place where you can study your Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. This video archive will give you access to this information 24 seven so that you can study or train on your own schedule. This archive is a considerable reference for students to return to in order to gain more detailed information about a topic. Additionally, we capture Class instruction, private training events, workshops and seminars that Professor Baker teaches all around the United States, and we make them available inside this archive. Our team also schedules media recording events several times annually in order to capture unique information that may not be available anywhere else.
Have access to old and new seminars, classes, coaching sessions, and speaking engagements.
Be able to reference video of the curriculum techniques anytime you need to.
Get unique material that is specifically recorded by the professor for this archive.
Let us know what you want to see. Our members can request the information they would like to see recorded.
Our Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Curriculum
Alan Baker has over four decades of training in numerous Martial Art systems, and over 30 years in several grappling-based Martial Art systems such as Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Judo, and Erik Paulson’s Combat Submission Wrestling. Coach Alan combined his extensive grappling and pummeling knowledge and his understanding of the body from several other martial arts into his own Jiu-Jitsu curriculum that is offered in this online video Academy. This compilation of information is called Living Mechanics Jiu-Jitsu. Living Mechanics Jiu-Jitsu is broken down into four different categories.
- Mechanics – This is a detailed study of leverage, position, and the attainment of proper skeletal alignment in order to interact with your opponent based on intelligent mechanics and alignment instead of so late on strength.
- Curriculum – this is the fundamental technique of the program. Techniques are the primary focus of most jiu-jitsu programs. In Living Mechanics, it is just the beginning of the educational methodology used by Professor Alan.
- Flow drills – These drills teach the student to move intelligently from position to position. Flow drills will also introduce the student to move from position to position and flow from submission to submission. These drills start basic for the beginning student and then grow more advanced in movement and timing as the student grows through the system.
- Philosophy – Understanding what you’re trying to do and what your goal is as you train is very important. Each level, from basic up to advanced, has a specific training methodology in philosophy that is followed to ensure a proper mindset and keep the student focused and on track for their overall goals of obtaining proficiency.
- Curriculum Videos
- Mini Courses
- Seminars & Class Footage
- Analysis Videos
- Training Footage