Wednesday, November 17, 2010

600 flighthours sparring video

It's been over a year since I last posted a sparring video for my 1000 Flighthours project that I started about three and a half years back. I still keep track of all my sparring hours, hoping to one day reach number 1000 for the project. For now I have reached the first 400 and I think my game have moved a lightyear from when I started. At the moment I train five days a week and I can really feel how I am improving. I wanna be as well prepared as possible for my training trip around the world in only three months from now.


As always, I have a list of what I am currently working on in sparring:
  • Deep butterfly halfguard
  • Pressure passing the guard
  • Wrestling as guard sweeps (another Martin Aedma inspiration)
  • Loop choke from halfguard bottom (a la Oliver Geddes)
  • Understanding gi chokes from the back

The deep butterfly halfguard is a game I have been working on for ages trying to develop and fine tune. I have taught it in my gym and both me and my training partners have used it successfully in sparring and competition enough now, that I think I am ready to make an instructional on it. No idea when it will be ready as always though ;)

Another thing I am working on on the side is trying to stucture the art of teaching people how to slowroll properly. We have all seen these really good black belts slowroll so nice and smooth, but how do people actually learn to do it. I have had a lot of succes teaching it in my class and it is not something I have ever seen anyone teach before, so I think it could make a pretty good instructional video here on the blog.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I wanna know more about this wrestling as guard sweeps concept bro...

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