At its core, jiu-jitsu is a very animalistic sport. The movements we use in grappling help us return to our more primitive roots, and making the effort to move like an animal can help us build up strength in the areas we need to get better at rolling around on the ground with another sweaty person.
In this clip, Alec Baulding demonstrates a few “animal” movements that you can do anywhere — even outside — regardless of whether or not you have mats at home. If you’ve been looking for exercises for BJJ that you can do while practicing social distancing, these drills have you covered. Check it out!