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Jan
29
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What's the physics behind checking kicks?
Jan
26
answered When is a good time to throw a body punch in Muay Thai?
Jan
24
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Continuously exhaling while attacking or blocking
Jan
24
revised What is a good training scheme for kendo?
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Jan
23
comment Self-defense against a bigger charging opponent
@JonEricson Sorry for the trouble. Cheers.
Jan
22
revised Self-defense against a bigger charging opponent
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Jan
22
comment What is the best way to improve your skills in BJJ (gi and no-gi) and become a black belt in short period?
@BadaBoom Gianni Grippo, newly promoted black belt, says at about 4:00 of this video that during his early days of training as an adolescent, he'd train an hour of gi and an hour of no-gi, 6 days a week. I think if anything he does more now as an elite adult competitor.
Jan
22
revised Self-defense against a bigger charging opponent
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Jan
21
answered Will Power Training affect your grappling skills?
Jan
21
comment What is the best way to improve your skills in BJJ (gi and no-gi) and become a black belt in short period?
@BadaBoom I have no sources, it's just what is commonly recognized and stated casually. Yes they roll 5-6 days a week, though perhaps not in every workout. They manage it with a lot of effort, sacrifice, and tradeoffs. Every person's situation is different but it is very difficult to train 10+ times a week if you have a job...but I hear of people that manage it.
Jan
20
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What does the closed fist covered by open hand signify?
Jan
17
answered What are good solutions for MMA training with half long hair?
Jan
17
comment What are the techniques a white belt should master to become a blue belt in BJJ?
@BadaBoom To me, that means that focusing on good posture, survival in each position, and escapes means that instead of freaking out when put in a bad position the student can think calmly and rationally about what they should be doing instead of spazzing out trying to do "anything, oh god get me out of here what's going on"
Jan
17
revised What are the techniques a white belt should master to become a blue belt in BJJ?
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Jan
16
comment Training Body Reading Without Sparring
Why no sparring? That's generally the best way to get good at recognizing tells.
Jan
16
comment What are good solutions for MMA training with half long hair?
@BartBurg The bandana was for non-combat sports in my case. For grappling I just cut my hair or deal with it. I haven't seen a good solution other cornrows, which defeats the purpose of long hair in the first place.
Jan
16
comment What are good solutions for MMA training with half long hair?
In what martial art are hair grabs legal in sport? I don't think that's part of the question.
Jan
16
comment What are good solutions for MMA training with half long hair?
Bandana worked for me.
Jan
16
comment Exercises for strengthening arms, wrists and fingers with the intent of sword use
Very well said.
Jan
15
comment How does a non-grappler train to be ready to avoid grappling in a real-world situation?
@bcmoney I see the confusion. Regardless of the billing, it wasn't seriously considered to be "best of the best". Royce wasn't a BJJ champion--that was more Rickson and Royler. Regardless, we've strayed from the point: it's patently absurd to claim that pure striking is a reliable defense against grappling.