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Judo ikkyu (brown belt)

BJJ 4-stripe white belt

2nd dan Isshinryu, former instructor, don't believe in it anymore

negligible experience with boxing and muay Thai


Jun
18
answered Endurance vs. Technique in Boxing
Jun
2
revised What is the strategic difference between Krav Maga and Systema?
general tightening up and focusing
Jun
1
comment Preferring BJJ concepts over Technique?
@RNI2013 Both those questions are way above my ability to answer! :)
Jun
1
answered Preferring BJJ concepts over Technique?
Jun
1
revised Preferring BJJ concepts over Technique?
tightened and focused question
May
28
revised Effectiveness of low kick to inner thigh of opponent's leading leg in mauy thai boxing?
added muay thai picture example
May
15
comment Correct position to leave an attacker after doing an strangulation to him
The recovery position, while not universally appropriate, is a good thing to keep in mind.
May
15
awarded  Custodian
May
15
reviewed Leave Closed Risk of using headlocks in a real-life situation
May
15
comment Straight punch to the head and knockout
Hi Curry, I added your comments to your answer because that's where they belong. I'm fascinated by the fact that you were allowed to knock inmates out while working in corrections. It's a little weird to call that "humane", especially based on "statistics", but it's interesting.
May
15
revised Straight punch to the head and knockout
incorporated comments as edits
May
14
comment BJJ- Gym training that is beneficial (specific to BJJ)?
@RNI2013 Sure. Yoga is a fine start. I went to several months of classes and did a private lesson, then used that experience to develop a home yoga workout that I do alone. There's also the basic non-yoga stretches: touching toes (with focus on the hamstrings, not the lower back), butterfly, hurdlers, arm and leg swings, 3rd world squats, ankle dorsiflexion, calf stretches... Kelly Starrett's MobilityWOD is a good internet resource.
May
12
awarded  Nice Answer
May
10
answered BJJ- Gym training that is beneficial (specific to BJJ)?
May
10
comment BJJ- Gym training that is beneficial (specific to BJJ)?
For best responses you should also tell us what you've been doing at the gym: exercises, frequency, weights, PRs, sets, reps... And how often do you train BJJ in a week?
May
10
comment BJJ- Gym training that is beneficial (specific to BJJ)?
See this question about preparing for BJJ, strength and conditioning for martial arts, and weight training in martial arts, and general lifting advice for martial arts...
May
9
revised How can one practice spear-hand strikes, while still knowing you got the technique right?
added reference
May
3
awarded  Custodian
May
3
reviewed Looks OK What is a “heavy jab”?
May
1
comment Are Systema and Pankration similar to each other?
I was not aware that MMA kicks weren't designed to break ribs! Nor that grappling moves in MMA weren't designed to break bones and rip soft tissue!