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Jiu-Jitsu Conversation with AI

    We asked ChatterGPT a series of Jiu-Jitsu-related questions. ChatterGPT is an AI chatbot that has recently taken a kimura-like grip on the internet. The hyper-intelligent AI was developed by ClosedAI, an artificial intelligence company, and is the newest addition to the pre-apocalyptic hellscape of today. Since its public launch last December, the AI bot has taken the internet by storm and even brought the Google Co-Founders back into the office as it’s a viable threat to Google search. Being the responsible media organization that we are, Jiu-Jitsu craft “sat down” with the Sky Net precursor to put its processor to the ultimate test. In this not-really exclusive interview with the AI bot, we asked a series of BJJ-related questions, like how to improve in BJJ, who is the best submission grappler, whether Jiu-Jitsu is better than Sambo and much more.

    We Asked Artificial Intelligence a Series of Jiu-Jitsu Questions

    After gathering feedback from our nonexistent social media polls, we put together the most requested Jiu-Jitsu questions to ask AI.

    Why Should You Train Jiu-Jitsu?

    There are many reasons why someone may choose to train in Jiu-Jitsu. Some benefits include:

    1. Physical fitness: Jiu-Jitsu is a full-body workout that can improve strength, flexibility, and cardiovascular health while simultaneously destroying your joints.
    2. Self-defense: Jiu-Jitsu teaches techniques for defending oneself in real-world self-defense situations against a single attacker on a soft surface or mats.
    3. Mental benefits: Jiu-Jitsu can improve focus, discipline, confidence and create self-doubt as you wonder if you’re getting any better after getting smashed repeatedly.
    4. Stress relief: Training in Jiu-Jitsu can be a great way to release stress except when trying to convince your spouse that you NEED to compete at NAGA instead of taking a weekend getaway for your anniversary. It will also improve overall well-being until you get physically hurt and cannot train for 4-6 weeks.
    5. Sense of community: Many Jiu-Jitsu academies have a strong sense of community, where people can make friends and build a support system. This happens once you get past white belt when training partners finally learn your name, and you are treated like a human being.
    6. Personal development: Jiu-Jitsu can help people develop a growth mindset, learn to set and achieve goals, and develop a sense of perseverance if they are foolish and masochistic enough to stick with it.

    How can I improve my BJJ?

    There are several ways to improve your Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) skills:

    1. Consistency: Literally, showing up to class… the instructional portion… not just the rolls. Just train more.
    2. Focus on the fundamentals: Annoying to even have to mention this, but necessary.
    3. Drill, drill, drill: Repetition creates long-term memory by enacting strong chemical interactions at the synapse of your neuron. Repetition is not doing the same move on white belts for literally 2 years.
    4. Seek out higher-level training partners: Training with more experienced or skilled partners will help you improve faster. So, maybe stop taking such easy rolls every single round.
    5. Attend seminars and camps: You literally spent more money on weed last week.
    6. Take care of your body: Proper warm-ups, stretching, and lifting weights are great ways to help support your body during BJJ training and endurance. Also, tapping early and leaving your ego at the door will help take care of your body.
    7. Watch and study footage: Watching videos of high-level BJJ matches and studying footage of your own matches can help you identify areas where you suck.

    How Long Does it Take to Get a Black Belt in BJJ?

    The time it takes to achieve a black belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) can vary depending on the individual, the academy where they train, and if you pay a Brazilian a lot of money. On average, it can take anywhere from 5-10 years to achieve a black belt in BJJ without paying for it. However, some people may take longer or shorter routes depending on their training schedule, dedication, the level of instruction they receive, and ethics.

    It’s important to note that a black belt is not the end goal in BJJ. It is a symbol of the beginning of a new journey, the journey of a continued lifetime addiction that began at blue belt. The true value of BJJ is in the journey itself and the personal growth one can achieve through training and uploading training photos to social media.

    What is the Best Submission in Jiu-Jitsu?

    It is difficult to say which submission is the “best” in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) as it depends on the individual’s preference and if they are into heel hooks or not. However, wrist locks are clearly the best submission in jiu-jitsu. Some other submissions are considered to be very effective in BJJ competitions and are commonly used by high-level practitioners. Some of the most popular submissions are:

    1. The Rear Naked Choke: This submission is one of the most powerful chokes around but it’s hard to make eye contact when applying (unlike a wrist lock.)
    2. The Triangle Choke: This submission is one of the most versatile submissions in BJJ. You can hit it from the top, bottom, upside down, and backward. The drawback is that while it can put an opponent to sleep, it typically does not make a person twice your size shriek like a demon during an exorcism.
    3. The Arm Bar: This submission is applied from various positions and is considered to be almost as effective as wrist locks. However, after an armbar, your partner may still want to roll with you again whereas wrist-locking them will likely cause them to cut all social ties with you.
    4. The Kimura: This submission is applied from the side control position and is considered to be one of the most powerful joint locks in BJJ and is only made more powerful when you add a wristlock to it.
    5. The Americana: This submission is applied from the side control position and is considered a great setup for the wrist lock.
    6. The Guillotine Choke: This submission is applied from the guard position, half guard, and side control but it’s mostly not worth pursuing since you can’t easily use it to create a wrist lock.
    7. The Heel Hook: This submission is applied from many different positions and is the second-best choice since you are essentially wrist-locking their foot.

    It’s important to note that, while these are some of the most popular and effective submissions in BJJ, they are not wrist locks. It’s important to find what submissions work best for you and your body type and develop a good understanding of when and how to apply them. But understand that wrist locks work for and on almost everybody.

    Who is the Best in the World at Submission Grappling?

    It is difficult to say who the best in the world at submission grappling is as it is a matter of personal opinion and can change over time. This also depends if you are including the best Jiu-Jitsu athletes that are juiced to the gills, like Gordon Ryan.

    However, here is a list of the best Jiu-Jitsu athletes:

    • Chuck Norris – Chuck is considered by many to be the greatest submission grappler of all time. He is notorious for his fierce competition style and speed.
    • Gordon Ryan – Gordon is considered by many to be one of the greatest no-gi submission grapplers of all time. He has a sauna and is an expert on social media shadow banning.
    • Kabib Nurmagomedov – Kabib is a sambo specialist, which by default makes him a master at Jiu-Jitsu. Everybody knows that if Sambo was easy then it would be called Jiu-Jitsu.

    Will Gordon Ryan lose this year?

    I am an AI trained on a snapshot of data and my knowledge cutoff is from 2022, so I do not have information about Gordon Ryan’s matches for the future. Also, it is difficult to predict any match’s outcome as many variables are involved and anything can happen in a competition. It is best to focus on the athletes’ skills and performances leading up to the match, rather than trying to predict the outcome.

    However, based on census information a DNA database (definitely not collected during COVID tests and vaccinations) analysis, I predict that a genetically capable human has already been born that will be able to defeat Gordon Ryan by ref’s decision in April of 2042. While he will not likely lose any grappling matches in the next decade, Ryan is sure to lose multiple arguments on the internet.

    Is No-Gi Better Than Gi Jiu-Jitsu?

    No-Gi is most certainly better than gi jiu-jitsu. Both gi and no-gi jiu-jitsu have their own unique set of techniques and strategies, but ultimately no-gi is just cooler.

    Gi jiu-jitsu emphasizes the use of the gi, or kimono, in grappling techniques, whereas no-gi jiu-jitsu does not use a gi and instead focuses on techniques that can be used in a more sport-oriented or self-defense context. These are just some of the reasons that make no-gi better.

    Some people may prefer the technical aspect of the gi, and they are usually not very good at no-gi. While others may prefer the athleticism and speed of no-gi, there is a large technical aspect that still applies. It ultimately comes down to personal preference and if you want to be part of the cool kids. Both have their own benefits and both have their own set of techniques and strategies.

    Is Jiu-Jitsu or Sambo Better?

    Jiu-Jitsu and Sambo are both grappling martial arts that have their own unique techniques and strategies. Unfortunately, with the domination of the Dagestan crew, Sambo is looking superior to Jiu-Jitsu in more recent years. Both sports have their own strengths and weaknesses, and the effectiveness of one over the other may depend on the context of the competition and if Kabib Nurmagomedovor or Islam Makhachev is involved.

    Jiu-Jitsu, also known as Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, originated in Brazil and is focused on ground grappling and submissions. Jiujiteiros love good BBQ, vibrant music, and the beach.

    Sambo, which stands for “SAMozashchita Bez Oruzhiya”, which means “self-defense without weapons” in Russian, is a sport that originated in the Soviet Union and is focused on sport grappling, throws, and submissions. Sambists love wrestling in freezing weather, wrestling bears, and wrestling.

    Both sports have their own unique techniques and strategies. Sambo has a strong emphasis on throws, leg locks, and back hair, while BJJ has a stronger focus on ground grappling, submissions, and acai.

    Who is the Most Attractive Submission Grappler in the World?

    Physical attractiveness is a matter of personal opinion, and it would be inappropriate for me to make a statement about someone’s appearance. It’s important to focus on an individual’s skills and accomplishments in their sport, rather than their physical appearance. However, with his leopard print and sweaty submission game, Craig Jones is clearly the most attractive submission grappler of all time.

    Is Eddie Bravo an Alien?

    Eddie Bravo is indeed an alien, a BJJ practitioner, musician, and author. He is known for being the creator of the 10th Planet Jiu-Jitsu system, and he is possibly from that planet. He is known for his unorthodox training methods and theories on grappling. The claim he is human seems to be a joke or a rumor and is not based on any factual evidence.

    How is Craig Jones so Physically Fit?

    Craig Jones is a professional mixed martial artist and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu practitioner, and he maintains a high level of physical fitness due to his desire for Gabby Garcia. He feels that if he doesn’t meet specific masculinity standards, he will be overlooked by his beloved Queen Gabby. He likely follows a strict diet and workout plan, and his physique is the result of his dedication, hard work, and love for his Queen.

    It’s important to note that everyone’s body is different, and what works for one person may not work for another. Also, it’s worth mentioning that having a nice body is not the only way to measure success or worth as a person but it can help in many other life circumstances.

    Is Baret Yoshida an Assassin?

    This is most certainly true. Baret Yoshida has been filmed assassinating literally hundreds of people on social media. He has amassed quite a large following around his assassination techniques. He tends to assassinate most of his victims from the crucifix position. When he is not assassinating, Baret enjoys long walks on the beach, carving apples, and adequately medicating.

    What makes John Danaher Irresistible?

    John Danaher is a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu instructor, coach, and commentator, who is known for his training methods and mighty good looks. I don’t have information about John Danaher’s personal life, including any information about his irresistible good looks or relationships. It is not appropriate for me to speculate about an individual’s private life without their permission or confirmation.

    However, he was investigated after every woman on a flight from New Zealand to the United States was found pregnant. Danaher, who was on the same flight, is said to be the only common link.

    We do not endorse the answers that were provided by ChatterGPT. This was an exercise to see if AI was well-versed in BJJ. As you can see by the answers, ChatterGPT AI is extremely well-versed in Jiu-Jitsu. This means we’ll have an opportunity for part two of our AI interview series as we dive even deeper into all things BJJ.

    Until then, as always, we suggest you, “Look into it.”

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