As Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu gains more popularity, the cost of joining a BJJ gym has increased significantly. This has made many people reconsider if paying such a high price to learn BJJ is truly worth it.
That said, we are compiling a list of the BJJ coaches we consider the best among the best. Without further ado, let us bring you closer to the best BJJ coaches in the U.S. You will get to see why they are absolutely the best and what makes them so special.
But what sets John Danaher apart as a grappling coach and possibly the greatest BJJ coach of all time? Let’s delve deeper into his background and achievements to find out.
BJJ instructors are in charge of promoting their students. As a result, BJJ instructors will consider three main factors when promoting their students: their technical skills, how hard they work, and how well they do in competitions.
Gordon Ryan’s coach thinks that what sets Ryan apart is his natural ability to solve any problem and his uncanny ability to remain calm under stressful situations.
Japanese jujutsu was a precursor to all other jiu-jitsu styles. Since then, different popular jiu-jitsu styles have emerged, such as Brazilian jiu-jitsu (BJJ), Gracie jiu-jitsu (GJJ), American jiu-jitsu (AJJ), Combat jiu-jitsu (CJJ), and no-gi jiu-jitsu.