Stephan Kesting – Grappling Drills
Salepage : Stephan Kesting – Grappling Drills
[Taken from the Budovideos DVD description]
This video was created to assist folks who are disappointed with their rate of grappling growth. If you’ve ever wanted to make your exercises more effective but didn’t know how, Grappling Drills is part of the solution.
Grappling movements may be intricate and challenging. Grappling demands you to use every part of your body, yet your limbs are often doing various things at the same time: your foot may be stepping, one hand pushing, the other hand pulling, and your torso twisting. This may make even basic techniques like escapes, submissions, and guard passes difficult to master.
Complex movement mastery necessitates practice. Grappling Drills’ routines make it simple to achieve the repetition you require. Use this DVD and you’ll have hundreds of repetitions of the most important grappling techniques under your belt before you know it.
Grappling Drills has 83 drills divided into 5 sections:
1 – Lateral Hip Movement – How many times in BJJ have you heard the term “move your hips?” Guard exercises and escape unfavorable postures need side-to-side hip mobility. These are the finest drills for developing that specific movement.
2 – Bridging and Sprawling – forward and backward hip movement is just as vital as lateral hip movement, yet it is sometimes disregarded. Make your bridging and sprawling forceful and instinctive to boost your escapes, submissions, and throws.
3 – Guard Development – The guard is the most difficult position to master in grappling. The activities in this section can mimic the spontaneous movements of advanced guard players.
4 – Submission Development – Submissions are the most thrilling component of Brazilian Jiu-jitsu, Submission Grappling, and Mixed Martial Arts, but they, like all other techniques, require repetition. Here are some techniques for making repetition enjoyable and simple.
5 – Other Drills – This section covers drills to enhance guard passing, scrambling, and mat movement, among other things.
This applies to both Gi and No-gi grapplers! All of the workouts on the DVD may be done both with and without a gi. Two of the 83 exercises on the DVD are slightly easier to perform with a gi-clad partner, but even these may be performed by no-gi players.