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TJ Dillashaw VS John Lineker – takedown study (double leg takedown)

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How to transition from BJJ to MMA

If you are a BJJ player looking to enter into MMA, there are some things you need to know to make that transition successful. Besides the obvious ones like “learn striking”, I’ve got 9 tips for you: 1. Buttfloppers – start wrestling before trying MMA. If you are one of those BJJ players that doesn’t…

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How to strengthen your lower back and never have problems again

In this article and video I’ll show you a very simple solution to never having lower back problems again. MMA training can be very hard on the lower back. Especially the takedown drills where you lift your partner many times. Also people sprawling on you and many other situations. Having a strong core and is…

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My mma seminar in Prilep, Macedonia

My MMA seminar in Prilep, Macedonia

Recently I drove to Prilep, Macedonia and held an MMA seminar in Maksam Fight Team. Here is a summary of what we did in the seminar. You will see the technical demonstrations and not full explanations of the techniques. Fist part of the seminar: – Slips – Double leg entry after slipping – Double leg…

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How to counterpunch like Conor McGregor

How to counterpunch like Conor McGregor

In today’s article and video (above) I’m going to show you how to counterpunch just like Conor McGregor. Now, counters are not all that McGregor does and he has a wide variety of attacks, but in today’s video we are only going to concentrate on his counterpunching ability. The underlying principle behind his counterpunching is…

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Seatbelt neck crank

Seatbelt neck crank

Recently there was a fight in One FC where Yusup Sadulaeev defeated Jordan Lucas by a neck crank and a choke at the same time. It was very, very interesting. I’ve seen someone else doing the same choke online a few months ago, but unfortunately I can’t find it. In both cases it was choke/crank…

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MMA demonstration – our instructors at a humanitarian event

A few days ago we attended a sports-humanitarian event in order to help raise money for a struggling family of seven. The event took place in Belgrade, Serbia (in my neighbourhood – Visnjicka Banja), and there was a three point shot competition. People who donated money had a chance to compete against Igor Rakocevic, an…

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Mindfulness-in-Action: What?

  I get asked all the time, what exactly do I do for a living? My wife has a tough time answering this question too. To answer this question I often reply, it depends on my audience. If I am working with Special Force Operators, then I am coaching them a combination of empty hand…

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Judo Throws for MMA – Kouchi Makikomi

If you want to learn judo throws for MMA, watch this video and I’ll show you how to modify Kouchi Makikomi for no gi situations. Before I break down the throw, I’ll show you how it’s done with a gi and why we must modify it in order for it to work in no gi…

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Double Leg Takedown: 6 Most Common Mistakes

 DOUBLE LEG TAKEDOWN: 6 MOST COMMON MISTAKES Double leg takedown is probably the most utilized and high procentage takedown in MMA. And it is not only used in that sport, but also in many others like freestyle wrestling, BJJ, grappling, sambo, sanshou…etc. It is imperative for a an MMA athlete to know it well, but…

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