Here Joe goes over an effective standing guard pass, and then another concept to adhere to when grappling.
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Here’s the defense to the russian takedown set-up and then also the counter to that defense that we showed yesterday from Joe Hurst’s seminar here at Atlantic MMA.
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Atlantic MMA has Blackbelt Joe Hurst up for seminars from time to time—he’s a Gracie Barra Blackbelt, and somewhere in the Relson Gracie lineage. Here he’s going over how to stifle your opponent’s guard attacks with hip control.
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This is a guest post from Michael
For those that are toying with the idea of getting involved in MMA, the sport can be somewhat intimidating. The thought of turning up at a gym for the first time to be confronted with a load of ripped blokes can be off-putting; especially for those with a more curvaceous physique. Then there is the worry of turning up in the wrong clothes and with the all the wrong kit. Here we loo… (Read more)