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Advanced Guide to Hitting the Speed Bag, Double-End Bag, & Heavy Bag

By Jonathan Stamey (August 22, 2012)
Posted in School of Boxing
Advanced Boxing Bag Strategy

Before getting in a session on the Speed Bag, Double-End Bag, or Heavy Bag take a look at this video clip below. It’s important to have a strategy or a goal in mind when you begin your workouts. Starting with a purpose allows you to improve your individual skills much faster than just aimlessly hitting them.

Hopefully this will help!

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FOOT SPEED: Footwork for Fighters DVD $7

By Jonathan Stamey (July 20, 2012)
Posted in Mixed Martial Arts S & C
FOOT SPEED: Footwork for Fighters DVD

How can you develop Manny Pacquiao-like speed and footwork? Watch the video clip below…

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To learn all the drills and concepts in the video above just click on the DVD cover below.

A De La Riva Sweep When Your Opponent Stands from BJJ Blackbelt Shawn Burton

By Jonathan Stamey (May 15, 2012)
Posted in College of BJJ
De La Riva Guard

Just a continuation of the previous two posts on the De La Riva Guard. The last sweep he gave us was when your opponent posts his knee up inside your guard, he continues with this variation when your opponent decides to stand.

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The Importance of Shrimping for Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu

By Jeffrey Carter (May 15, 2012)
Posted in College of BJJ
Shrimping for Jiu-Jitsu

This drill is one of the most fundamental drills to perform in all jiu jitsu. You have to ask yourself what you do the most when defending from any bottom position. You will go to your survival position and immediately go to shrimping.

You may wonder why it is that time and time again I find myself in a position that I can’t shrimp out and gain space? Let’s look at the fundamentals.

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Sparring Reflections Vol 1

By Jonathan Stamey (May 14, 2012)
Posted in School of Boxing

This is the first of what I assume will be many sparring sessions filmed by Jeff and I…they’ll be not only for our inculcation but for yours as well.

I’m a perfectionist—if I get hit once I feel like I lost—so really the only time I get an objective perspective of my sparring is to film them. Regardless of your own personal disposition I would say this is pretty much true for everybody.

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Stifling Knee-Up Passes with a De La Riva Sweep from BJJ Blackbelt Shawn Burton

By Jonathan Stamey (May 14, 2012)
Posted in College of BJJ
De La Riva Guard

Shawn demonstrates a De La Riva sweep he likes to do when his opposition posts a knee inside his open guard.

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One Drill to Help Smooth Out Your De La Riva Guard from BJJ Blackbelt Shawn Burton

By Jonathan Stamey (May 14, 2012)
Posted in College of BJJ
De La Riva Guard

Joe Hurst brought one of his blackbelt’s, Shawn Burton, with him to help do the gi portion of the seminar. He decided to go over a series from the De La Riva guard—here he begins with a simple drill to help make your movement more fluid from it.

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Floyd Mayweather-Esque Mittwork with a 12 Year Old

By Jonathan Stamey (May 13, 2012)
Posted in School of Boxing
Floyd Mayweather & Roger Mayweather Working the Mitts

I’ve always been enamored by the way Floyd and his uncle Roger use the mitts. If you’ve ever wondered how they do it…it’s not as complicated as you might think. Thanks to a guy named Coach Rick on YouTube, who demystified it for me—all it is is just a group of patterns chained together.

Here’s three that a kid from my boxing class and I worked on during our Saturday morning practice:

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How to Break a Stubborn Guard from Standing

By Jonathan Stamey (May 13, 2012)
Posted in College of BJJ
Joe Hurst with Helio Gracie

Blackbelt Joe Hurst demonstrates a guard break followed by a standing pass…you’ll notice this is just a continuation from our previous standing pass post.

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First Aid for White belts

By Nick Mullins (May 13, 2012)
Posted in College of BJJ

So, you’ve decided to become a world champion jiu-jitsu player? Congratulations! So obviously even though you’ve never trained submission grappling a day in your life you’re an expert so feel free to skip onto the next article. Wait, you’re still here? Is it because you just finished your first class and in between counting all your new bruises and learning what it feels like to be choked half to death you realized that you d… (Read more)

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