Fingertip (S-Grip) and Corkscrew Finish for Triangle

I have short legs… can you tell? Finishing triangles is not my thing. In this video, I walk through two tricks to finishing that triangle when you don’t quite have the full figure four position. I filmed this video three years ago and I still use these tricks today!  

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2-on-1 to Single Leg

  In this video we’re looking at a very simple single leg entry from the 2-on-1 position. This is a position we work a lot in many of our programs. You can coupe this entry with any variation of single leg takedowns. Here we just finish things off with a simple pivot and dump. Give…

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Wrestling Flow Drills

We’ve been working through a lot of different flow drills in our program to help link certain positions and movements together and allow a continuous flow of training with no breaking away or resetting. This allows you to amass a significant amount of reps in a shorter period of time and efficiently train. Of course,…

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Using Hood to Cover Face

Weather is a big variable that tends to be overlooked in self defense. Here in Ohio, things get cold. People wear hoodies, jackets, hats, gloves, etc… Knowing how to use these to your advantage as well as how they can be used against you is crucial. Here we’re talking about the simple idea of using…

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Armdrag from Pummel/Overhook

Taking a look at hitting a far side armdrag during pummeling, or when you have an over hook established. With the right pressure and understanding of the arm drag, this can be a great asset. Try it out and enjoy!  

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Mitt Drills for Working Striking in w/ Wrestling/Clinch Work

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Consistency

For most people, the ability to excel in something is generally thwarted by a lack of basic consistency. We have a tendency to desire that quick fix, and if we do not see results immediately, we tend to fall off the wagon. I know for a fact consistency is a HUGE problem for me. When…

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It’s Good, Not Great… Yet

I recently ran a seminar at our gym called “Fighting Dirty” which entails a look at clinch range fighting for self defense. It’s a mixture of clinch work, stand up wrestling, dirty boxing, takedowns, and ground fighting. This is actually the second time I have run this seminar, and as I was going through the…

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Exploring Different Endings for Stick Defense

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Breadth VS Depth

A conversation sparked between some friends and industry leaders about ranking, degrees of black belts, and continued training in other programs. It brought up some great conversations around self defense, cross training, and what exactly pertains to testing. When I first started Krav Maga years ago, I wanted to be a 5th/6th/7th degree black belt…

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