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Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Blue belt at GroundControl in Auckland, New Zealand


Aug
7
awarded  Custodian
Aug
7
reviewed Needs Improvement Endurance vs. Technique in Boxing
Jul
22
comment Good shoulder roll from a dive
see, learnmoreparkour.com/…
Jul
22
comment Good shoulder roll from a dive
If you are wanting to know how to do really effective dive rolls, check out the parkour tutorials on the subject. I've done lots of dive rolling in martial arts, but the parkour guys capture a lot of the subtle details that are needed for doing them in all kinds of terrains
Jul
16
comment BJJ: HOW to use technique over strength when rolling?
yeah, let them pass :)
Jul
4
comment How to train for improved balance?
I'd also add that making sure your feet are pointing the right way and the weigh is distributed the right way through the foot / feet
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
20
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
19
comment Maintaining Guard- Breaking Posture and switching from closed to butterly/open guard effectively?
why worm guard? if you are having trouble with basic guards, this is probably something to leave till a bit later
May
19
answered Is the highest judo belt really red?
May
14
comment BJJ: Best guard/strategy for stocky guys?
you can try things like youtube.com/watch?v=q_3D98PnTWA though, for me, I mostly have learnt from class.
May
14
comment BJJ: Best guard/strategy for stocky guys?
yes, if half guard I use lockdown a lot these days. Butterfly I haven't had a lot of success with. Though I often try and get my hooks in for sweeps. I'll tend to transition more into spider guard than butterfly.
May
14
answered BJJ: Best guard/strategy for stocky guys?
May
8
comment What techniques would be effective in Zero Graivty?
@TheWudangKid but a much worse grasp of fighting techniques.
May
8
comment What techniques would be effective in Zero Graivty?
not sure if the strikes would work well, mostly strikes work when you get body weight through them, punches and kicks would reduce to muscles generated force, which would hurt, sure, but not sure if would be too damaging. Rolling out of joint locks could be tricky, rolling requires pushing off something. I think spinning is going to be key in zero gravity, if you use someone to spin you one way, they spin the other way and if you hold a joint, then there's not a lot they can do to stop you or them spinning and their joint will take the force.
May
8
asked What techniques would be effective in Zero Graivty?
Apr
26
awarded  Notable Question
Mar
6
awarded  Nice Question
Feb
14
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
13
comment What information should I consider when choosing a martial art to study?
#4 is wrong I think, or at least its soft advice, and not necessarily true. I know this because I actually did this, I did an art because I liked the instructor, and he was great, but it wasn't really the martial art I wanted to do.