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How To Self Analyze Your Performance

We all have times of “poor performance” in our training, right? And, if you’re an instructor, you see times of poor performance in your students. Usually, you’ll feel you just need to try harder the next […]

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How to Watch a Fight

Here’s a couple tips for how to get more out of watching a fight.  Fight Watching Tip #1 Remember that when YOU fight, you’re usually trying to process what your opponent is doing and react based on […]

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Hooks, Training, Filming

  [feature_box style=”33″ title=”%3Ccenter%3EStriking%3C%2Fcenter%3E” alignment=”center”] The Power in a Hook Comes from Body Rotation & Leg Drive… the Fist is Just What Happens to Hit [/feature_box] If you haven’t developed power in your hooking punches yet, […]

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Starting Point, Don’t Fight, 80/20

  [feature_box style=”16″ title=”%3Ccenter%3ESkill Learning%3C%2Fcenter%3E” alignment=”center”] The Culmination of Someone Else’s Lifetime of Work is Only Your Starting Point [/feature_box] Once you’ve really learned a new move or skill, don’t stop there… try to improve it. […]

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Write it down, Details, Getting Tough

  [feature_box style=”16″ title=”%3Ccenter%3ELearning%20Skills%3C%2Fcenter%3E” alignment=”center”] Write It Down… or Forget it! [/feature_box] When you learn new techniques or concepts, you MUST write them down in a notebook for later review… otherwise, I guarantee you’ll eventually […]

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Armbar to Armbar (Very Slick!)

Armbar to Armbar (Very Slick!) I’m sure you’ve had a nice armbar (from the guard) on your training partner, and he yanked his arm out… right? Here’s a beautiful technique that you can use to […]

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5 Mount Escapes 90 Seconds

High mount is a tough position to escape, especially for beginners. So, here’s 5 slick tricks to help you escape and get top position where you then can submit your opponent. If you like these […]

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