Submissions

BJJ: 47 Leg Locks

Posted by on Dec 7, 2013 in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Class Notes, Grappling, Submissions | 0 comments

BJJ: 47 Leg Locks

47 Leg Lock Techniques In Just 4 Minutes – Jason Scully This video demonstrates 47 different leg lock techniques including kneebars, ankle locks, heel hooks, toe holds, and calf slicers.  

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BJJ: 24 Gi Chokes

Posted by on Dec 3, 2013 in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Class Notes, Grappling, Submissions | 0 comments

BJJ: 24 Gi Chokes

24 Gi Chokes in Less Than 5 Minutes In this video you’ll video 24 Gi Choke techniques to help you get more ideas to expand you attacking game with the gi on. The great thing about the gi is that you can not only choke your opponent with their collar but you can also feed your lapel, and their lapel as well to set up a lot of attacks and for additional positional control as well....

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BJJ: No Gi Chokes

Posted by on Dec 1, 2013 in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Class Notes, Curriculum, Submissions | 0 comments

BJJ: No Gi Chokes

A Lot of High Percentage No Gi Chokes and Variations in Just 8 Minutes – Jason Scully In this video you will see a lot of no-gi choke options such as the Brabo choke situations, hug choke, Anaconda choke situations, North/South choke situations, Guillotine variations, rear naked choke variations, and paper cutter choke. Chokes are submissions where the strength of your opponent plays even less of a factor because as it is much harder for them and most of the time not possible for them to muscle out of a choke when you start to set in with it....

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BJJ: 49 Kimura/Americana Attacks

Posted by on Nov 30, 2013 in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Class Notes, Curriculum, Grappling, Submissions | 0 comments

BJJ: 49 Kimura/Americana Attacks

49 Kimura and Americana Attacks in Less Than 6 Min – Jason Scully In this video you will find 49 different Americana and Kimura style attacks from many different situations in less than 6 minutes.  

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BJJ: 52 Triangle Choke Setups

Posted by on Nov 29, 2013 in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Class Notes, Grappling, Submissions | 0 comments

BJJ: 52 Triangle Choke Setups

52 Triangle Choke Set Ups In Just 8 Minutes – Jason Scully In this video you’ll find 52 different set ups for the triangle choke which is one of the most effective submission in grappling. I hope it helps give you some ideas on how to expand your game and your attacks.  

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BJJ: 39 Armlocks

Posted by on Nov 27, 2013 in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Class Notes, Grappling, Submissions | 0 comments

BJJ: 39 Armlocks

39 Armbars & Arm Locks in Less Than 4 Minutes – Jason Scully In this video you’ll see a demonstrations of 39 Armbars and Armlocks in less than 4 minutes.  

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BJJ: Closed Guard Combinations

Posted by on Nov 26, 2013 in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Class Notes, Grappling, Ne Waza, Submissions, Sweeps | 0 comments

BJJ: Closed Guard Combinations

38 Closed Guard BJJ Combinations Everyone Should Know in 4 Minutes – Jason Scully Just like any other position the closed guard is extremely effective if you know what to go for. By knowing core combinations you will be set up much better to attack your opponent at a faster pace and have a better chance of being steps ahead of your opponent. If you are steps ahead of them, then there is a good chance that you will win. It is with combinations and understanding transitions that you start elevating your game to the higher level. There are many set-ups to start a lot of these submission and that is just the beginning. Combinations are what get you much closer to the end....

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The Garage Lesson: Shooto

Posted by on Nov 24, 2013 in Combat Submission Wrestling & Shooto, Grappling, Submissions, Throws & Takedowns | 0 comments

The Garage Lesson: Shooto

Erik Paulson Shooto Garage A private lesson records Erik Paulson giving a clinic on the positions and techniques of Shooto. Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Part 5 Part 6 Part 7 Part 8 Part...

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Sifu Larry Hartsell on Grappling in JKD

Posted by on Nov 22, 2013 in Grappling, Jeet Kune Do, Submissions | 1 comment

Sifu Larry Hartsell on Grappling in JKD

Larry Hartsell came into Bruce Lee’s school as a man with a black belt in Judo and over 10 years of experience in grappling as well as a strong foundation in the striking arts that began in 1961 with his training in Kenpo Karate under Ed Parker. Shortly after receiving his black belt rank from Ed Parker, he spent time in the Army including combat in Vietnam, where he served with military police. Larry Hartsell, already an accomplished Judo man, enjoyed sparring with soldiers from the elite South Korean ROK division stationed nearby. Upon his return to this country he enrolled in SiGung Bruce Lee’s Chinatown school in Los Angeles. It was at this school that he began his thirty plus years of training under Guro Dan Inosanto. Larry Hartsell’s training under Bruce Lee continued with Private instruction at Bruce Lee’s home in Bel Air, California. It is well known to the students of Bruce Lee’s Jeet Kune Do that Bruce Lee broke combat down into the four ranges of Kicking, Boxing, Trapping and Grappling. The serious students of Jeet Kune Do are also aware that the development of the grappling range techniques in this system were assigned to Larry Hartsell. At the time of Bruce Lee’s untimely death there were only 33 formal techniques in the grappling range. As the final and closest range there was much research to do in this range and Larry Hartsell continued his research into this area with various discrete techniques that now form the core of Jun Fan Jeet Kune Do Grappling. Larry Hartsell’s skill in hand-to-hand combat, his weapons training and his development of techniques in the grappling range led to a wide and varied range of professional experiences. With his training under Bruce Lee, his degree in criminology, his ten years of law enforcement experience, and his training under Dan Inosanto, Larry Hartsell has been in wide demand as a professional bodyguard for celebrities like Mr. T of the A-Team fame, and as a trainer for both the Dallas Cowboys and the San Francisco 49ers. In addition to this he taught classes at his own schools as well as at the Inosanto Academy, and offered self defense and combat courses for the elite Navy Seals and police officers through various colleges and agencies. Larry Hartsell authored several books on the subject of Jeet Kune Do Grappling. “Entering to Trapping To Grappling and takedowns, Counters, and Reversals.” In addition he nine internationally distributed videotapes on the grappling arts. These books, videos and his skill in the grappling arts have resulted in Larry Hartsell being listed in the “Who’s Who in Martial Arts” and cover shots with numerous feature articles in Inside Kung Fu, Black Belt, Martial Arts Training, Inside Karate, Australasian Fighting Arts, and many others. Larry Hartsell is the man Dan Inosanto described as “One of the premier Jeet Kune Do fighters of our time.” Larry Hartsell focused his efforts on the development of the Jeet Kune Do Grappling Association. With the tremendous rise in the popularity of the grappling arts it became paramount to Hartsell to demonstrate to martial artists the fact that Jeet Kune Do has had a strong emphasis on the grappling range for thirty years and that these thirty years have produced an extensive development of...

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