Facing teammates in Brazilian jiu-jitsu has its ups and downs.

On the upside, you probably know most of their moves. You’ll probably know if your opponent has a weak leg lock game but a strong armbar game. You’ll probably also know if she’s the type who gasses out early.

On the downside, no one wants to fight their teammates. They’re your friends, after all.

In this video, BJJ black belt Nick “Chewy” Albin goes over the good and bad experiences of competing against his teammates.

Check out the video below:

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