Although this fits into the next technique, I would have thought it more useful to choose a different selection. He is renown for his clear instruction and precise technique. How This Influenced My Game: I train in a mixed martial arts gym where the focus is boxing and Muay Thai. Along with tripod sweeps, I was also particularly looking forward to top side attacks 09:41mins. The two included on Black Belt Requirements are Thompson Brown 17:46 minutes and Higinbotham Purple 18:04 minutes. If they are blocking your hip when you try to pass, you can then use a grip around their leg to pull their thigh towards you, backstepping in the other direction fifty seconds. Another minute and a bit shows how you can threaten the choke to set up a scissor sweep, before Dean demonstrates what he calls the 'fist choke'.
Dean spends thirty seconds on how to move from an inside trip to a low elbow single, where he uses elbow pressure for the takedown. If you find any torrent of child pornography please let us know via. The views expressed on this website are my own and no credit or blame goes to anyone else. Hopefully I'll have time to take a look at some point. That then progresses to fifty seconds on flowing from the fist choke into a wing sweep, where you're flipping them over with one leg Marcelo calls this the 'cross arm and belt sweep'. I especially liked that the discussion was conducted entirely via voiceover.
There is some debate about whether it is better to show both sides of a technique, so that each person has something specific to work in sparring, or to teach one side at a time so you have a chance to work the mechanics against somebody who doesn't necessarily know the defence. You can wristlock that arm or indeed their other arm, with some attacks that require you to break their grip and others that don't. You can also step over for an armlock from knee on belly thirty seconds , as well as switching sides with your spinning armlock thirty seconds again. I know strong ground game is required in the cage and Roy Dean's awesome teaching skills fill that void. If they push into your bicep, then as Dean demonstrates for the following forty seconds, their arm is already extended putting them right into an armbar. There was a marked shift from Blue Belt Requirements to , where the pattern went from in-depth explanations of technique based around some major areas to much swifter demonstrations in a smaller selection of positions.
The closing forty seconds cover the 'kimura roll', where from the same position you swivel underneath to then apply that same near side kimura. It's also worth noting that some of them rely on specific gi grips, so will not be applicable without the gi. Sticking with the kesa gatame theme although this is now kuzure kesa gatame, gripping the far armpit rather than under the head , Roy Dean moves on to one of my favourite techniques from side control, the step over triangle. Teaching is a skill, and now I'd like to show you one method, one way. He also emphasises being on the balls of your feet, stepping in and turning them around.
The reason you often curl your leg in the context of a jiu jitsu warm-up is because that makes it easier to get up and breakfall again, but it is less effective at dispersing your impact on the ground. The instruction is heavily focused on offence and submissions. It's not necessarily good or bad, it's just different. About Roy's Teaching Style: Roy Dean is a black belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and Judo, and his experience is immediately apparent. What Dean calls the 'knee push triangle' is another standard entry, where you do a scissor sweep motion over their arm to lock in the triangle thirty five seconds.
With passing you're circumventing the legs, with a triangle you're getting past the arms. If any apk download infringes your copyright, please contact us. The footsweep is inside, which can therefore be followed up by a throw which is outside. However, no automated filtering is perfect and sometimes rarely these torrents get picked up by robots. The techniques shown have a good amount of detail without overwhelming the viewer. By that, Dean means the armbar from mount where your opponent foolishly pushes straight up into your chest, presenting you with an obvious armbar.
Something else which I feel would improve the value of this section is if the other person involved in the roll was also present on the commentary. The amount of detail is good, but not great. The remaining two minutes is spent on Donald Bowerman, who is introduced as the Brown Belt Division Champion. That puts them in position for the throw. It can be done from standing to move into a rear naked choke, which Dean says he likes teaching to beginners slightly over a minute. Here, the pass is directly into kesa, anticipating the turn of the arm right into an americana. He then takes thirty seconds to offer an alternative, going from a tripod sweep into a leg drag pass, an increasingly popular method of passing the guard.
He is currently a second degree black belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, and is highly regarded for his clean technique and precise instruction. Interestingly, that is followed by almost a minute on countering a tripod sweep, which is essentially cross-grip, step back and pass. There is a nice assortment of basic techniques from different positions. The additional perspectives only crop up when they are actually needed, rather than applied to every technique. Three and a half minutes later, Camarillo then combines sasai he shortens it, so I'll do the same with a forward throw.