Brazilian Jiu Jitsu has entered into a golden age, where the number and variety of schools have erupted into hundreds if not thousands. Competition on a professional level has reached an all-time high and quickly become a profitable business with an attendant industry surrounding the sport aspect of the art.
Part of that growth comes from and spurs on the development of its athletes. Take, for example, professional football. The best running back from 1983 would have great difficulty making a team in the NFL today. The sport has matured so much that the development of athletes has grown its own industry and the science behind this has grown by leaps and bounds. Jiu Jitsu competition has enjoyed the same development. Today