Yves Conrado Prudêncio
If you are a BJJ lover, you still do not know Yves Conrado Prudêncio, you will hear about this athlete, who fights a lot of technique in the north and northeast of Brazil, the Yves brown belt, is a classic example of Brazilian athletes who appear in the peripheries , Has few opportunities and those who have strong grip, Yves is a BJJ practitioner, Judo and Muay Thay at the academy, Portal in the city of Campina Grande, state of Paraíba, Brazil, where he is a Jiu-jitsu instructor and Muay Thay. Is the same academy that revealed former UFC fighter Antonio Bigfoot Silva?
With a day-long day of classes divided between his work to provide services to companies, Conrado always hopes to give his best at night, where a new training day begins, from 6:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. And from 18:00 to 22:00 and on alternate days from 4:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m., Conrado trains with his master Eli Wanderley, World Jiu-Jitsu Champion and does training exchanges with Professor Lúcio Charly Brown, also Champion World, European and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.
Yves considers himself an expert in bottlenecks and ankle wrists, defines this variation between his opponent's north and south with the following phrase: "As above, it is below."
Yves is an excellent guardsman and finisher, his teammates call him a shoemaker, a foot tick, a bear hug, a guard boat, and so on. Championships that competed for the north and northeast of Brazil, has always been on the podiums in dozens of competitions, the brown belt of Campina Grande began to train at the age of 14, where he received a scholarship to train at the academy because of his performance in the first training.
Yves is fascinated by Jiu-Jitsu whether with GI or NO GI. Jiu Jitsu is a multi-athlete who divides his time in business consulting, practicing sports such as Judo, Muay Thai, Mountaineering, Cycling, Motocross and Surfing. And gets to train from 6 to 8 hours a day to stay high in the competitions that are always tough in Brazil.
* State champion from Paraíba 5 times.
* Absolute state champion 1 time.
* Absolute state runner-up 1 time.
* Third absolute state place 1 time.
* Champion campinense 7 times.
* Champion of the city of Queimadas-PB 1 time.
* Champion of the cup Rosinei Pereira 1 time.
* Simpson Cup Champion and Faster Finish Prize 1 time.
* Vice champion of the João Pessoa Cup 1 time.
* Third place cup João Pessoa 1 time.
* Absolute champion of submission between all the tracks and weight 1 time.
* Champ Fam Campina 1 time.
* Absolute runner-up submission Campina Grande 1 time.
* Placed room of the Rio Internacional open from Bjj (ibjjf) 1 time.
* Medalist of several editions of the best northeastern Jiu-Jitsu event (neojj).
* State champion middle and absolute weight in the state of Paraíba Brazil.
Q&A Session Between Yves Conrado Prudêncio and Elite Sports
Question: What inspires you about the BJJ?
Answer: The essence and lightness of the movements are sublime, the purpose of their creation is something that makes me fall in love with art, every time an umpire raises my hand I feel that I have overcome myself, because victories happen first in ourselves in our Mind, then it occurs on the mats, because the whole is mental.
Question: Who inspires you, past or present? Why do they inspire you?
Answer: I am inspired by the 2 times, the present is a result of the past, but the future is the result of the present, so changes occur in the present, it is a planting and a harvest, in this subject I can mention two important masters in my walk in and out Of the mats, one of them is Lucius Charly Brown playing very hard underneath and Eli Wanderley playing with a lot of pressure, both black belts and both world champions at different times.
Question: What are your goals for this year? Next 3 years? Next 5 years?
Answer: My Goals for this year is to win the selective abu dhaby and compete the Brazilian NO GI. For the next 3 years I intend to be black belt world champion as many times as possible. For the next 5 years I intend to continue to play notable championships, and live only for the BJJ.
Question: How long have you been training?
Answer: about 11 years
Question: How often do you train?
Answer: workout every day 3 times a day, or 2 times, so it's 6 to 8 hours a day.
Question: Any great accomplishments you have achieved at this time?
Answer: I was graded brown belt, and competed in high level in all the championships that I disputed in that belt.
Question: What kind of equipment do you usually keep in your gym bag before you hit the gym? Do you have different items for specific days?
Question: Do you have a move to finish?
Answer: When we strive to complete a fall, a guard pass, a scraping a finalization, sometimes we emit a sound, this sound is what we call the Oss moment.
Question: What do you think is a champion in your sports?
Answer: A Champion for me is one who tests and believes in himself, always seeking not to surpass others but to overcome himself.