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Shrimpin Ain't Easy Tshirt

Shrimpin Ain't Easy Tshirt
Shrimpin Ain't Easy Tshirt
Shrimpin Ain't Easy Tshirt
Shrimpin Ain't Easy Tshirt
Shrimpin Ain't Easy Tshirt
Shrimpin Ain't Easy Tshirt
Shrimpin Ain't Easy Tshirt
Shrimpin Ain't Easy Tshirt
Shrimpin Ain't Easy Tshirt
Shrimpin Ain't Easy Tshirt
Shrimpin Ain't Easy Tshirt
Shrimpin Ain't Easy Tshirt
Shrimpin Ain't Easy Tshirt
$29.99
  • Stock: In Stock
  • Model: 39569082
  • Weight: 0.30kg
  • Dimensions: 30.00cm x 20.00cm x 4.00cm

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Ah, the million-dollar question. Why do people have such a hard time shrimping in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu? Well, my friend, the answer is simple. They're just not used to moving like a shrimp!

I mean, think about it. When was the last time you saw a human being shrimping across the floor? Unless you're watching a BJJ class, probably never. It's just not something we're naturally inclined to do.

Plus, shrimping requires a lot of coordination and body control, which can be challenging for some people. It's like trying to pat your head and rub your belly at the same time, but on steroids.

But fear not, my shrimp-loving friend, with practice and patience, anyone can master the art of shrimping. It's all about breaking down the movement into smaller parts and gradually building up to the full technique.

Start by lying on your back and practicing the hip escape motion, where you move your hips from side to side while keeping your feet on the ground. Once you get comfortable with that, you can add in the shrimping motion, where you push off the ground with your feet and bring your body diagonally to the side.

And don't forget to engage your core! A lot of people make the mistake of just flailing their legs around and not using their core muscles to control the movement.

So, the next time you find yourself struggling with shrimping in BJJ, just remember that you're not alone. It's a tough skill to master, but with persistence and a sense of humor, you'll be shrimping like a pro in no time.

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