Mar 27

How to Use Turtle Guard Attacks Even When Your Guard Has Already Been Passed

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Would you like to increase your ability to escape from side control by adding more tools to your arsenal? If so, this is the right place to be. Turtle guard has traditionally been used to prevent guard passes. But it’s still possible to transition there even if you’ve lost the battle to retain your guard, and …

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Mar 27

Mount Offensive System I: Cross Choke, Armbar and Triangle

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Do you want to improve your finish rate on top of mount? If so, this is the right place to be. We’re going to do a deep dive on an effective and basic offensive system for mount. It cycles through the cross choke, armbar and triangle in a flow that makes sense. And I’m going …

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Mar 17

A Conceptual Framework for Learning the Dominant Positions

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I hope you’re ready for this. There’s a lot to absorb, but if you invest the time, you’ll receive a conceptual framework for learning all the dominant positions in Jiu-jitsu. It’s geared, of course, to beginners. But all conceptual learners will find a tidbit that can be used to improve their training. Learning Objectives Top Positional Control Submissions …

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Mar 16

Senegal Holds the Potential to Produce Jiu-jitsu Greatness

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Over the past thirty years, Jiu-jitsu has spread across the globe, reaching places far and wide. The growth of the art has been extraordinary. But has it reached its full potential? No. Not even close. There are still so much of the world that has no idea that Jiu-jitsu exists. They have no idea of the …

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Mar 06

The Three Key Questions You Must Ask Yourself‏

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Our purpose is IMPROVEMENT. Every day. 1%. Right now, at this moment, it’s the third month of the year. By this time, most people have given up on the new year resolutions they set two months ago. Those who succeed though, do something miraculous. They transform intention into action. One step turns another and then …

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Feb 17

Tornado Omoplata, Triangle and Armbar from Lasso Guard

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One of things that many people have said to me over the years is that I shouldn’t be able to move the way I do. The way I move is unexpected because of my size. And it all started with a desire to learn a cool technique when I was a white belt. I wanted …

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