Ever wish you could react faster with your grappling submissions?
If so, here’s a secret. You can’t simply practice moves. To have fast reactions, you have to practice REACTING, not just “performing” techniques. Otherwise you’re practicing grappling “movements”, but not creating reactions. But the question is…
…what do you practice reacting TO?
To have fast reactions, you want to practice reacting to something I call “trigger positions”.
Trigger Position = A Specific (rather than “general”) Position in Grappling
I explain trigger positions & how to have faster reactions here:
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BTW, athletes in most other sports train to develop fast reactions… why not grapplers?
P.S. Really… just start using this approach, and within a few weeks you’ll be recalling & reacting faster with your submission than ever than you do now.