Great fighters are made by their training. Here are 3 habits that can make a difference to martial arts or fight training for beginners. Do these regularly and you will improve your fight game regardless of what level you are now.
We see this time and time again where size does not matter as much as skill. Watch as a 250-lb bodybuilder takes on the 150-lb purple belt world champion Matheus Gabriel.
The best way to stop a shot is to know when he’s going to shoot, before he actually does it. And the ony way to do this is to look for certain warning signs! These 4 warning signs will tell you when an opponent is going to shoot in to take you down. Here they are: 1….
Check out Robert Drysdale as he talks about why he thinks that current MMA rules are against grappling and why the rules were better in Pride Fighting Championships.
The most important part of any successful submission is the setup. Getting into the hold itself is the hardest part. Once you’re there you’re good to go, so submissions setups are key to successful grappling attacks. Check out this cool way to land a kneebar from BJJ black belt Robert Soliz. What’s great about this move…
Jon Trenge’s Clinch Domination Takedown System Is The New Intelligent Way To Make Sizeable Improvements In Your Grappling Ability Like BJJ, Wrestling is an art that can take years to perfect. There are thousands of techniques and setups that separate the good from the great, and there is arguably no better proving ground than Division I…