6 Ruotolo instructionals to learn crazy submissions

The new school is here! The Ruotolo brothers, Kade and Tye, are two of the most exciting and innovative jiu-jitsu practitioners in the world today. Known for their unorthodox style and creative techniques, they have quickly become fan favorites and rising stars in the grappling community. Today we’ll review how we can learn their highly effective new school styles from the best Ruotolo instructionals on the internet.


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Background on the Ruotolo Brothers

The Ruotolo brothers, Kade and Tye, are two of the most exciting and talented young Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu practitioners in the world today. Born in 2003 in Hawaii but raised in California, the Ruotolos began competing in Jiu-Jitsu as toddlers and quickly made a name for themselves in the grappling community.

The Ruotolo brothers are particularly known for their acrobatic yet technical games, which have been praised by Jiu-Jitsu fans since their childhood days. They have won numerous national and international tournaments, including the IBJJF World Championships, Pan Am Championships, and European Open Championships at colored belt levels.

Despite their young age, the Ruotolo brothers have already achieved an impressive list of accomplishments in the world of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. In 2021, Kade was promoted to black belt and went on to win the 2022 ADCC World Championship in the 77kg division, becoming the youngest ever ADCC champion at age 19.

The Ruotolo brothers have also released a series of instructional videos that showcase their unique style of Jiu-Jitsu. These videos cover a wide range of their unique techniques and strategies.

Ruotolo Instructionals Overview

The Ruotolo brothers’ instructionals are known for their focus on unorthodox techniques. They have released videos on topics such as leg pin passing, leg locks, the buggy choke and their signature d’arce choke. Their best instructionals are:

My Review of Ruotolo Instructionals

Since Kade won ADCC I started to watch their instructionals. I started with their leg pin passing instructional. The leg pin techniques themselves are stupid simple and highly effective, so I use it all the time now.

Moving on to their leg lock instructionals, I was equally impressed. Some people might be surprised how aware the Ruotolos are of the modern leg lock game, because they’re not necessarily leg locks specialists (but then again, Kade won the ADCC final with a beautiful heel hook).

I also watched Darces from everywhere, and it’s good. But it has the same problem that all Ruotolo instructionals have, which is that to be honest, I find all the Ruotolo instructionals really short for their price. They’re more than half the price of a normal instructional, but they’re usually only 2 or 3 short volumes. Not that size means anything by the way – I usually prefer shorter instructionals over needlessly long ones. And the Ruotolos do cut to the chase, they don’t waste your time. But still I find their instructionals a little bit short for the money.

Overall, I recommend the Ruotolo instructionals if you’re a fan of their style. But if you want to get the most amount of instructional for your money, better check out the instructionals from a different instructor.

Also read: The Essential BJJ Instructionals Guide

FAQ

Q: What are the Ruotolo brothers’ ranks in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu?

Kade and Tye Ruotolo got promoted to black belt by Andre Galvao in 2021.

Q: Who are the Ruotolo brothers’ coaches?

Throughout their BJJ journey, the Ruotolo brothers have trained under some of the best coaches in the sport. Initially, they trained with renowned BJJ coaches Rodrigo Medeiros and Baret Yoshida at the BJJ Revolution Team in San Diego. Later on, they joined the Atos Jiu-Jitsu Academy, where they have been training under the guidance of multiple-time world champion André Galvão.

Q: How can I follow the Ruotolo brothers on social media?

The Ruotolo brothers are active on various social media platforms, where they share updates about their training, competitions, and personal lives. You can follow them on Instagram:

  • Tye Ruotolo: @tyeruotolo
  • Kade Ruotolo: @kade_ruotolo

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