ZombieProofBJJ Gi Techniques: Want to hit Judo style takedowns like Buchecha, this video will help you understand the basics required to pull off his “same side grip drop Morote Gari” (His up and down snapping is done with lots of force which is not something I would recommend often vs your training partners and this […]

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TAKEDOWN BREAKDOWN – Lobov’s Knee Block at UFC Fight Night 108 Swanson vs Lobov In this new segment coach Kyle picks one of the take down at a recent UFC and lets you know how it happened. Plus he also shows you some options he likes that relate! In this video Kyle Cemanra break down […]

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Eric from Takedown Nation teaches a few quick and simple options for beating the increasingly popular Kimura trap counter to the single leg.

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I received several requests for a Ankle Pick for BJJ. So I wanted to cover it. I’ve used the Ankle Pick for years. Starting back in High School wrestling as a teenager. While I prefer the Ankle Pick in No Gi BJJ. I do use the Ankle Pick in Gi Brazilian Jiu-jitsu. I just change […]

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Craig Ewers, Top UK Judoka, BJJ athlete and instructor of Nails Fight Centre in South Wales is here filmed by the Warrior Collective giving a tutorial on a 3 of his favourite No Gi takedowns from the whizzer for application in BJJ, MMA or any other combat sport that allows throws/takedowns.

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Some cool takedowns from Sambo master Vlad Koulikov

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Wrestling Technique: “The Askren” Long Island MMA pro fighter and NAIA national champion wrestler Jahsua Marsh teaches us how to do a move he likes to call “The Akren” Jahsua named this move after watching Ben Askren use it a bunch of times in wrestling matches. This is a great technique for Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, […]

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In this tutorial Kirill Sementsov will go over 2 variations of Sambo signature technique – Step Behind throw (No Gi version).

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When you’re going for takedowns in BJJ. What are you looking for? How do you decide which BJJ takedown to use? Do you have a systematic approach to takedowns? Do you focus on looking for certain grips or adjustments from your opponent, or do you just lock up and cross your fingers that something will […]

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