Vancouver BJJ instructor shows different ways to finish the armbar.The armbar is a fundamental brazilian jiu jitsu technique and most people will know counters and defenses to the armbar....
Vancouver Brazilian jiu jitsu coach shows in effective combination attack with a choke directly flowing into an armbar.In BJJ, attacking in combination, such as a choke going into an armbar, will improve your finishing percentages....
The armbar from the guard is not only a submission that acts as a critical building block for other submissions in BJJ but the armbar also serves to demonstrate principles of leverage and proper body positioning....
Vancouver brazilian jiu jitsu coach teachs the scissor sweep.One of the principle sweeps in BJJ.The scissor sweep will help new students in BJJ understand body positioning and hip mobility....
Vancouver Brazilian jiu jitsu coach demonstrates the De La Riva guard forward sweep.
the De La Riva Guard is a complex guard configuration and ought to be utilized by advanced BJJ students.
Vancouver brazilian jiu jitsu instructor talks about how Marcelo Garcia sweep him when they trained together in Garcia’s New York BJJ academy....
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Kickboxing students will often have their feet too far apart or their feet too close.The best way to check if the distance between your feet is sound is to get into your stance and bring your rear, right knee to the floor.
When you’re Boxing you need to move your head so that you create a moving target for your opponent. Not getting hit and then hitting your opponent is the foundation of Boxing.
When you’re Boxing, you need to properly set up body shots. A body shot is always dangerous because you can be countered by a powerful overhand punch.
Newbies to Boxing always have a habit of always stepping in when they strike. If you can hit him right where you are standing, then you don’t need to step in. If you can’t hit him, then, step in. People often neglect keeping their distance when they attack and they’ll always step in to punch no matter how far or how close they are.
In BJJ, it is imperative that you stretch your training parnter out as you execute attacks from the Spider Guard.
The BJJ strategy is basically knowing what position you are in.
An experienced BJJ practioner will know to turn their opponent to thier side when attacking the armbar from top mount.
BJJ is about putting your self in a position where you can attack and putting your opponent in a position where they can only defend.
In BJJ, one of the primary strategies is to get your training partner’s Back.
Many people, even experienced BJJ practitioners make the mistake of haphazardly taking mount from the cross side position.