Backs For BJJ is the first programme in Combat Sports Clinic's new range of sport-specific injury rehabilitation and management videos.
If your game is being hampered by back problems this programme is designed to help you get back to training and competition in a safe and sustainable way, using evidence-led techniques that have been tested and proven both in clinic and on the mat.
Exercise rehabilitation is known to be one of the most effective ways of managing back pain. This programme aims to make this no-nonsense, evidence-based approach accessible to everyone. It's specficially designed with the needs of people who train BJJ (or other grappling-based martial arts) in mind, and contains the same exercises that were used successfully with many of the combat sports athletes we see in our clinic.
This programme is designed in such a way that it can be used alonside advice from your doctor for many common lower-back problems. Our aim is not only to get you out of pain, but to help you get back to doing the sport you love.
(Please remember: if you're currently in pain it's always advisable to see a doctor or sports injury professonal for individual advice or assessment first, before attempting any exercise programme.)
Clinically-tested, evidence-based guidance
Complete rehabilitation coverage from acute post-injury management to sport-specific training drills
Downloadable PDF guidance on best usage, suggested programming and required equipment
Appropriate for all ages and abilities
70 minutes of footage in streaming Full HD (1080p) video quality with complete playback control
Cast-compatible (subject to available hardware/browser) for large-screen viewing
Rosi Sexton is Combat Sports Clinic's Founder and Clinical Lead. She is a registered osteopath and retired professional Mixed Martial Artist. She holds black belts in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Shorinji Kan Jiu Jitsu and Taekwondo, and a brown belt in Judo. As well as her work with Combat Sports Clinic Rosi runs Olton Osteopathy in Solihull, and delivers one-to-one coaching, workshops, and seminars throughout the UK and Europe.
- How to use this programme FREE PREVIEW
- Introduction FREE PREVIEW
- Session 1: Acute Post-Injury Management (I) FREE PREVIEW
- Session 2: Acute Post-Injury Management (II)
- Session 3: Recovery from Injury (I)
- Session 4: Recovery from Injury (II)
- Session 5: Returning after Injury (I)
- Session 6: Returning after Injury (II)
- Session 7: Sport-Specific Training (I)
- Session 8: Sport-Specific Training (II)
- Summary + Credits
- Suggested Programming
- Equipment Lists