As more and more people start using OpenAi based ChatGPT we’re going to quickly realize that the only limitation of what we ask it is our own imagination.
Here at Oracle jiu jitsu we strive to remain cutting edge in what we deliver to our students and clients through whatever interactions we might have. Whether it’s from our digital coaching platform V3DA hub or our latest release of an Ai powered chat bot on our site (the one your on right now, bottom right corner).
In this post we look at what ChatGPT came up with when asked for a four week curriculum plan.
“Here are some suggestions for a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu class curriculum for the next four weeks:
- Introduction to Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and its history
- Basic techniques: bridging, shrimping, and technical stand-up
- Basic guard techniques: closed guard, open guard, and butterfly guard
- Basic submissions: armbar, triangle choke, and guillotine choke
- Review of basic techniques and submissions
- Introduction to passing guard techniques: knee cut pass, bullfighter pass, and double under pass
- Introduction to sweeps from guard: scissor sweep, flower sweep, and pendulum sweep
- Introduction to positional control: mount and side control
- Review of passing guard techniques and sweeps from guard
- Introduction to takedowns: single leg, double leg, and Osoto Gari
- Introduction to submission defense: escaping from armbar, triangle choke, and guillotine choke
- Introduction to back control and rear naked choke
- Review of takedowns, submission defense, and back control
- Introduction to advanced techniques: spider guard, De La Riva guard, and X guard
- Introduction to leg locks: straight ankle lock, heel hook, and kneebar
- Introduction to competition strategies and mindset
These are just some suggestions, but a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu curriculum can vary depending on the level of the students, the goals of the class, and the instructor’s preferences. It’s important to start with the basics and gradually progress to more advanced techniques and concepts.”