Drysdale Jiu Jitsu

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    Drysdale Jiu Jitsu

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    Get your Jiu-Jitsu Training on the go with the best Jiu-Jitsu app available. Robert Drysdale for the first time brings his immense library of instructional videos to the mobile app market place. Combining a level of instruction typically only found in the very best Jiu-Jitsu gyms, with the mobility and freedom to learn whenever you want.


    Professor Robert Drysdale is one of the most accomplished tournament decorated Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Black Belts in the entire history of this martial art. He is also arguably the most accomplished North-American Grappler in both Gi and No-Gi competitions in the World today. From 1999 to 2008 Robert lived full time in Sao Paulo Brazil where trained in BJJ full time, owned and operated a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu School. While training and competing for Legendary JJ team, Brasa Club in Brazil, he received his Black Belt in 2004 from the famed Leo Vieira.

    Additionally, Robert Drysdale made the commitment to compete for almost 10 years. In this time span he competed in more than 100 traditional Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu tournaments and earned over 90 different Titles.That list of championships includes 6 different medals in the adult division at the Jiu-Jitsu Mundials (World championships) and the Jiu-Jisu World Cup, along with a number of other National and International tournaments. In 2005 Drysdale was the only Black Belt to win both the JJ World Cup and the Mundials the same year.

    In 2007, Robert Drysdale won the Absolute weight class Open division at the ADCC (Abu Dhabi Combat Club) Submission Wrestling World Championship. This is the single most prestigious submission grappling tournament in the world and this event only takes place every 2 years going back to 1998. There are only a hand-full of ADCC open weight Champions in the World.

    In 2008 Robert Drysdale moved from Sao Paulo, Brazil to Las Vegas, NV and promptly started training. In February of 2008 Robert Drysdale trained at the living legend Randy “the Natural” Cotures MMA training camp Xtreme Coture. Robert had the privilege of training with the best and was hired directly by Randy Coture to head up Xtreme Cotures Submission grappling and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu program. From February 2008 to December 2008 Robert trained and coached at Extreme Coture and rapidly made a name for himself as one of the top Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu coaches in Las Vegas. He trained and coached some of the top MMA fighters in the world such as Vitor Belfort, Forrest Griffin, Frank Mir, Randy Couture, Wanderlei Silva, Kevin Randleman, Martin Kampmann, Evan Dunham, James Mcsweeney, Matt Riddle amongst many others.

    In December of 2008 Robert Drysdale opened his first official academy in the usa, Robert Drysdale Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu where he teaches, trains, and coaches full time.

    In July 2010 Robert started his professional career in MMA. Going 6-0 and winning all his matches by submission in under two minutes. Robert recently signed with the UFC where he plans on making a name for himself amongst the best fighters in the world.

    Main Achievements:
    • World Champion (2005);
    • 2x World Cup Champion (2005, 2006);
    • 2x World Silver Medallist (2006, 2007);
    • ADCC Absolute Champion (2007 absolute)

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    Users comments for Drysdale Jiu Jitsu

    Ben chappel

    by Ben chappel

    Aug 13, 2015  |  "Awesome"

    Robert Drysdale is one of the best BJJ practitioners out there, this is a great app for all BJJ enthusiasts!

    John Lambert

    by John Lambert

    Jan 11, 2015  |  "OK"

    I like the layout, but vimeo is not natively supported in most Android browsers, so it's pretty pointless. If they were YouTube vids, the app would be 5 star.

    Ali Nakhai

    by Ali Nakhai

    Aug 23, 2014  |  "Great"

    A shame about the namesake though. What a fraud.

    Michael Allen

    by Michael Allen

    Jul 22, 2014  |  "Poor"

    Do you have instructions on how to get past the intro screen? Being told see you on the inside and having no access is about as frustrating a program as I have seen... Rubbish programming

    Dato Maqadze

    by Dato Maqadze

    Jul 15, 2014  |  "Great"

    It's good to train yourself

    Eric Latham

    by Eric Latham

    Jul 04, 2014  |  "Great"

    Good description and explanation of maneuvers. Would like to see the addition of more no gi.