Beyond Technique – Kit Dale – Nic Gregoriades
Salepage : Beyond Technique – Kit Dale – Nic Gregoriades
When learning a technique, it’s often all about practicing and muscle memory until you’ve perfected the motion. But understanding a method is useless if you don’t grasp why or how it works. Kit Dale and Nic Gregoriades’ Beyond Technique: Concept Focused BJJ puts a unique perspective on learning. It will enable you to think philosophically and approach grappling from a different perspective, allowing you to comprehend why you use that method. In total, twenty themes are shown using around 40 ways.
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Moving from one position to another creates transitional pressure.
The Fisherman is a BJJ simile for a fishing rod.
The Quadrant – The four stable quarters.
Posture, Posture, and Leverage – How a sweep is performed.
The Porcupine – Using your body’s bony components to great benefit.
Stopping the Guard Pull – How to Counter Guard Pullers.
Pushing and pulling with the Corkscrew
Weight Distribution – How it Can Make or Break Guard Passing
Structure – How to use collapsing and forming a structure with your own body to your benefit.
How to Keep the Guard on a Double-Barreled Shotgun.
The Open and Closed Chain – Consider limbs as chains.
Leverage Removal – How to feel considerably heavier on an opponent.
Twisting and other spinal manipulations can have an impact on technique.
Size Strategy explains how to cope with various body types, including what to do if you are shorter than your opponent.
Border Patrol is a metaphor for either assaulting or defending.
The Loading of the Spring – How to execute a technique without giving your opponent a heads up.
The Pendulum – Using a single component of your body to generate momentum for a larger movement.
The Takedown Posture – Takedown Principles
It’s All In The Hips – When scrambling, concentrate on hip mobility.
The Misdirection – How to Get a Good Grip First.