When it comes to mobility, or flexibility for Jiu Jitsu, I think we can categorise further into static mobility and movement. Static mobility is when you perform flexibility work on your limbs or joints in one set position, for example yoga. Movement then comes applying that new found range of motion into various different positions as you move through space.
3 ways to mobilize your hips AND how to use myofascial release (i.e. "foam rolling") properly. The latter part alone is worth watching the video.
You do jiu jitsu, your hips will get stiff. Like death and taxes....you can't avoid stiff hips in Jiu Jitsu. In this video I have a friend and guest, Scott Isely from MOBILITAS (yourjointsshouldnothurt.com) to show 3 great ways you can use myofascial release to free up those hips!
In this video I'll start by explaining some key concepts on shoulder strength and mobility (key in the Get Up) before starting at ~4.30 explaining how to do the Turkish Get Up