Jahred Dell is a coach, writer, educator and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu athlete. He is the author of the popular Articulate BJJ Blog, where he writes about topics related to personal growth, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, and martial arts.
As an accomplished Brazilian Jiu Jitsu athlete, Jahred has achieved significant success in international competitions in Australia, Asia and America, such as the ADCC Trials and Vegas Open. He is a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu black belt and national champion, with a deep passion for the sport and a talent for coaching others to achieve their full potential.
In addition to his accomplishments as an athlete, Jahred is also an accomplished writer and speaker. He has a talent for communicating complex ideas in a clear and accessible way, and his writing has been featured in a variety of publications.
Jahred's coaching style is grounded in his experience as an athlete, writer, and educator. He takes a holistic approach to coaching, working with clients to identify their values, passions, and personal vision for success. His coaching specialties include leadership development, modern pedagogy, personal growth, and team building.
If you're looking for a coach who can help you unlock your full potential and achieve your goals, Jahred is the perfect choice. With his extensive experience as an athlete, writer, and coach, he has the skills and knowledge to help you transform your life and reach new heights of success.
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The Triangle Choke, or Sankaku-Jime, is likely the most recognized strangle in Jiu-Jitsu. The technique’s history, origin, and development are still hotly debated. However, it certainly predates its first use in the UFC (used by Jason DeLucia to defeat Scott Baker in UFC 2) in 1994. Some argue that it can be dated back to 1921 when its first recorded use was by Masaru Hayakawa in a Kosen Judo tournament.