Jiu-Jitsa Gram: 13 BJJ guys to follow on Instagram

[div class=”notice” class2=”icon”]The following is from an article on DstryrSG, part of the MiddleEasy Network.[/div]

This is what it’s all about, grappleros.  We were stoked when our brother in Jiu Jitsu, Hywel Teague of BJJHacks, approached us with a badass idea for a DSTRYR/SG article.  For the sad and unaware, Hywel is the jet-setting BJJ filmmaker and journalist behind BJJHacks.com.  We’ve featured several of their films before.  Visit them often for killer BJJ films and read what Hywel has to say below.  Go:

Let’s face it grappler, the closest you or I will get to elite status within the sport is stalking various BJJ’ers on the web. You don’t speak Portuguese so you can’t understand the back-and-forth on Twitter, and Facebook is just a non-stop stream of seminar ads.

Fear not! The biggest names in jiu-jitsu have finally discovered the iPhone photo-sharing app Instagram, leading to a non-stop stream of pics ranging from strength and conditioning sessions to plates of sushi.

We could wax lyrical about how inspiring it is to get such an intimate view into a champions day-to-day life, but we’re probably enabling an addiction that may or may not have already gotten you a restraining order (the one you keep next to that lock of Marcelo Garcia’s hair).

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