February2016

  • Eduardo Telles: Steamroller

    The Steamroller is an excellent option for when you’re turtled up and your opponent is attempting to lock up a seatbelt control or go for a choke. For this technique demonstration, Eduardo explains to us that although he does have some takedowns that he uses, he typically will start...
  • Reverse Triangle from Failed Bow and Arrow Attempt

      Now that you’ve taken the back, you have to try to finish. One of my personal favorites has always been the bow and arrow choke. It’s not always a sure thing, and changing it into a reverse triangle is a great alternative. 1. As you begin to go...
  • Whole Foods Vs Liquids

    We flow like water, but should our food? With every New Year comes new and “improved” ways of achieving optimal nutrition. Within the grappling arts, we don’t always have to wait for the New Year; we are always evolving day in and day out, and with that, so are...
  • JON ORTON

    What started as a way to maybe lose some weight, has completely turned Jon Orton’s life around. Age: 39 | Height: 6’ 2” Starting Weight: 478lbs. | Current Weight: 225lbs. Hometown: Bakersfield, CA Home School: Eric Nolans Extreme Training Center/Camarillo Jiu-Jitsu Instructor: Albert Aguire/Dan Camarillo How did you discover jiu-jitsu?...
  • Should you compete in a jiu-jitsu tournament?

    If you have competed before, most likely you have noticed that you have more focus, discipline with your training, and diet when you are getting ready for competitions. This helps with the process of developing and refining your jiu-jitsu game. For those who have never competed before, they may...
  • February 2016 – Issue 41

    D-Fense with Sergio Machado Single Leg Defense: Leg Grab To Back   Single Leg Defense: C-Cup Grip To The Back   Submission From The Back: Reverse Triangle From Failed Bow And Arrow Attempt   Triangle Defense: Sit Out   Triangle Defense: Spider Guard   No Pass Choke When Blocked...
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