STUART COOPER FILMS

Stuart Cooper is a filmmaker and Jiujitsu competitor known for producing some of the most popular short films and documentaries on Jiujitsu. 

He first began making them in 2011 when he was working full time as a wedding videographer. 
During this time Stuart was a Blue Belt and was competing regularly in the UK winning many national tournaments. 
But one day in training Stuart suffered a severe injury that resulted in his left arm being completely dislocated at the elbow. This injury meant that Stuart could not train Jiujitsu for the next 12 months.

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Dean Lister - Why Would You Ignore 50% Of the Human Body

In this video Dean talks about when he first started using leg locks effectively in competition submitting some of the biggest names in the sport. He goes on to talk about his first meeting with John Danaher back in the year 2000 where a conversation took place that would lead to a huge change in the sport of grappling. Dean talks about how Leg locks have evolved since he has been using them and gives his thoughts on the famous John Danaher, Gordon Ryan, Craig Jones, Eddie Cummings, Nicky Ryan and Garry Tonon.

Dean Lister - Why Would You Ignore 50% Of the Human Body

In this video Dean talks about when he first started using leg locks effectively in competition submitting some of the biggest names in the sport. He goes on to talk about his first meeting with John Danaher back in the year 2000 where a conversation took place that would lead to a huge change in the sport of grappling. Dean talks about how Leg locks have evolved since he has been using them and gives his thoughts on the famous John Danaher, Gordon Ryan, Craig Jones, Eddie Cummings, Nicky Ryan and Garry Tonon.

Keenan Cornelius - I Want To Be Unique

In this short film Keenan talks about how he began to develop his own style of Jiujitsu and create new techniques such as the Worm guard. Because Keenan developed his own system of techniques that only he knew how to execute, he was able to confuse his opponents and put them in positions where they did not know what to do.

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