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  • Technique 10 – Mount – Armdrag to Backmount

    By synergymma | In News | on October 4, 2007

    Mount – Armdrag to Backmount (Part1) Mount – Armdrag to Backmount (Part2)

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  • Principle 10 – Move Your Hips

    By synergymma | In News | on October 4, 2007

    Move Your Hips! Always move your hips around your opponent, do not try to move him around you. When going for a joint lock, wrap yourself around your opponent’s body part that you want to isolate and place your hips above the joint you want to hyperextend. “It’s all about the Hips!”

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  • Exercise 10 – CrossFit Combative Exercises

    By synergymma | In News | on October 4, 2007

    CrossFit Combative Exercises http://www.crossfit.com/cf-info/excercise.html#Combatives

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  • To Win or Not to Win: That’s Not the Question Learn to evaluate your evolution in the right way Sports, physical training and coaching have been my life for the last three decades. Since the time I started playing soccer when I was five until today, many of the life lessons I have learned have […]

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  • Technique 9 -Side Control – Backmount Escape to Side Choke

    By synergymma | In News | on September 1, 2007

    Side Control – Backmount Escape to Side Choke To view more of my videos please visit:http://youtube.com/nikohansbjj

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  • Principle 9 – 16 Tips For Your Closed Guard

    By synergymma | In News | on September 1, 2007

    16 Tips For Your Closed Guard These are very important aspects of the closed guard to remember andpractice. These tips are especially helpful with no-gi. 1. Don’t Give Him Space. When having your opponent in closed guardyou don’t want to give him any space. Space for him means moreopportunities to work a pass. 2. Don’t […]

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  • Exercises 9 – Grappling Drills

    By synergymma | In News | on September 1, 2007

    Grappling DrillsI think that grappling drills can serve an important function. Not everybody agrees with me about this: some people think that movement repetition outside the context of a resisting opponent is ‘dead’ training and a waste of time and energy. Sparring, they say, is a far better way to develop the movements and attributes […]

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  • Article 9 – White Belt Around The Head

    By synergymma | In News | on September 1, 2007

    White Belt Around The HeadHumility can help you take new lessons from what seemed old When I started writing for GRACIE Magazine, my mind was open to every idea a possible topic. I have now been writing for this magazine for almost 6 years. People often ask how, month after month, I continue to come […]

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  • Side Control – Octopus Escape to Backmount To view more of my videos please visit: http://youtube.com/nikohansbjj

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  • Principle 8 – The 3rd Hand

    By synergymma | In News | on August 2, 2007

    The 3rd Hand Always use your forehead as your “3rd Hand”. Your forehead/head and spine always needs to be straight aligned in such a way that you cannot be flattened out and pinned. Instead, always use your forehead/head to control your opponent.

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