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cualltaigh
3/29/2017 6:38pm,
This year my gym started posting miscellaneous fighting techniques on Facebook, it would be remiss of me not to share. You can check out these and more on our gym Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/CombatLabMartialArts/?hc_ref=NEWSFEED)

February 5th - Back Take Counter to Inverted Half Guard Pass


https://www.facebook.com/CombatLabMartialArts/videos/1324869074237961/

February 12th - Push kick counter to dump


https://www.facebook.com/CombatLabMartialArts/videos/1330972423627626/

February 20th - Punching entry to High Crotch Slam


https://www.facebook.com/CombatLabMartialArts/videos/1338675772857291/

February 26th - Kimura Single Leg Take Down Reversal


https://www.facebook.com/CombatLabMartialArts/videos/1343649369026598/

March 5th - Rolling Back Take from Mount to Armbar


https://www.facebook.com/CombatLabMartialArts/videos/1347791515279050/

March 12th - Stabbing Front kick setup for Front head kick


https://www.facebook.com/CombatLabMartialArts/videos/1355306227860912/

March 19th - Flying arm bar on seated guard player


https://www.facebook.com/CombatLabMartialArts/videos/1362265080498360/

March 26th - Bus Driver Butterfly Guard Pass


https://www.facebook.com/CombatLabMartialArts/videos/1370633969661471/

cualltaigh
4/05/2017 9:47pm,
April 2nd - High Crotch Single variation.

This week presented by professional MMA fighter and current Australian Eternal MMA Welterweight Champion Ty Duncan (https://www.facebook.com/Ty-Duncan-MMA-300406680335898/), with professional and UFC fighter Ben Wall (https://www.facebook.com/BenWallMMA/) as the body.


https://www.facebook.com/CombatLabMartialArts/videos/1378704742187727/

cualltaigh
5/10/2017 2:06am,
Seems I've been a bit slack, here's a catchup:

9 April - Rolling Omoplata sweep from closed guard
https://www.facebook.com/CombatLabMartialArts/videos/1388046884586846/

16 April - Triangle Defence to wrong-legged triangle
https://www.facebook.com/CombatLabMartialArts/videos/1396233717101496/

23 April - Single leg variation
https://www.facebook.com/CombatLabMartialArts/videos/1403043813087153/

30 April - Leg grab rollover sweep
https://www.facebook.com/CombatLabMartialArts/videos/1409997052391829/

7 May - Knee bar from deep half
https://www.facebook.com/CombatLabMartialArts/videos/1416510451740489/

cualltaigh
5/14/2017 6:12pm,
14 May - Palm up Palm down choke from countered RNC

https://www.facebook.com/CombatLabMartialArts/videos/1422517887806412/

cualltaigh
5/22/2017 7:18pm,
21 May - Rolling Ninja choke

https://www.facebook.com/CombatLabMartialArts/videos/1428901830501351/

battlefields
5/24/2017 10:37pm,
You reckon it might help to give your step by step breakdown?

Raycetpfl
5/24/2017 10:45pm,
Seems I've been a bit slack, here's a catchup:

9 April - Rolling Omoplata sweep from closed guard
https://www.facebook.com/CombatLabMartialArts/videos/1388046884586846/

16 April - Triangle Defence to wrong-legged triangle
https://www.facebook.com/CombatLabMartialArts/videos/1396233717101496/

23 April - Single leg variation
https://www.facebook.com/CombatLabMartialArts/videos/1403043813087153/

30 April - Leg grab rollover sweep
https://www.facebook.com/CombatLabMartialArts/videos/1409997052391829/

7 May - Knee bar from deep half
https://www.facebook.com/CombatLabMartialArts/videos/1416510451740489/

They have adorable accents but some technical holes.

cualltaigh
5/24/2017 10:45pm,
You reckon it might help to give your step by step breakdown?

Yeah maybe. though I'm far better at that in person

battlefields
5/24/2017 10:54pm,
Simple step by step. Might help with details missed. And I've heard that the more you have to think about the description, the better your own recollection later. So I'm really looking out for you here, bro!

battlefields
5/24/2017 10:57pm,
They have adorable accents but some technical holes.

Oh snap! Shots fired!

Both those women are decorated fighters on the Australian scene.

Can you point out the technical holes? This isn't a challenge, by the way, just interested, as I'm sure Cualltaigh would be too.

cualltaigh
5/24/2017 11:11pm,
They have adorable accents but some technical holes.

Haha, well I guess adorable is pretty subjective.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E7FiWeOr0z0

All demonstrators are either blue or purple belts so that is to be expected, would genuinely appreciate any feedback you're willing to provide.

cualltaigh
5/24/2017 11:17pm,
Simple step by step. Might help with details missed. And I've heard that the more you have to think about the description, the better your own recollection later.

Oh it definitely does. The idea for these is meant more as a technical hors d'oeuvre than full on instructional though, but I may try and add some more details if I get to do another one.


So I'm really looking out for you here, bro!

As always! Much appreciated mate!

Raycetpfl
5/25/2017 1:35am,
Oh snap! Shots fired!

Both those women are decorated fighters on the Australian scene.

Can you point out the technical holes? This isn't a challenge, by the way, just interested, as I'm sure Cualltaigh would be too.
The guys are solid. No real holes that I saw.
The girls It's little things that their accents more than make up for. Also I am not some white belt being snippy. I out rank them by two and 3 belts respectively. They move well . it's just little things.

1. Rolling Omoplata sweep from closed guard: Once the leg comes over the overhook should be immediately abandoned and needs go over the back. She kinda takes her time and leaves her arm in the overhook while she re-orients her body. This is where a savy opponent would roll fast and could likely end up on top. You should re-orient your body after you overhook over the back. Also imho this sweep really should be taught as a b side. You dont want this sweep. You want to finish the lock, you settle for this sweep.

2.Triangle Defence to wrong-legged triangle: generally you can't finish the wrong leg triangle without sticking your fist in their throat and then pull their head down into the fist.

3. Rolling ninja choke: it's dumb and no one should do it because I don't care for it. It has too many moving parts and chokes are best done from a dominant position. :-p

Palm to palm rnc- the detail of pushing the elbow of the nonchoking hand off the back to add to the force of the choke is important. That should be covered. I can't see if she is actually doing it or not.
B side of that: it shouldn't be common for someone to be peeling you're hands off a rnc. You should hide your nonchoking hand under your head.

battlefields
5/25/2017 1:55am,
Also I am not some white belt being snippy. I out rank them by two and 3 belts respectively. They move well . it's just little things.



I was being genuine because I know you outrank them. I know all of them personally and have trained with them, including Cualltaigh and his coach. As I said, I wanted to hear your opinion because I thought it would add to the thread.

EDIT: And I was right, you've pointed out something to look in to, for me, and I'm sure for Cualltaigh.

Raycetpfl
5/25/2017 2:14am,
The thing that really stuck out that I don't care for is when the girls are in guard they are being mat slugs, their whole back and butt are on the mat. They should have their hips up and extended to prevent their opponents from throwing big shots. By extending their hips they would prevent weight transfer into the punches. It's a super common mistake people make and the difference between staying awake in certain cases.

cualltaigh
5/25/2017 2:55am,
The guys are solid. No real holes that I saw.
The girls It's little things that their accents more than make up for. Also I am not some white belt being snippy. I out rank them by two and 3 belts respectively. They move well . it's just little things.

1. Rolling Omoplata sweep from closed guard: Once the leg comes over the overhook should be immediately abandoned and needs go over the back. She kinda takes her time and leaves her arm in the overhook while she re-orients her body. This is where a savy opponent would roll fast and could likely end up on top. You should re-orient your body after you overhook over the back. Also imho this sweep really should be taught as a b side. You dont want this sweep. You want to finish the lock, you settle for this sweep.

2.Triangle Defence to wrong-legged triangle: generally you can't finish the wrong leg triangle without sticking your fist in their throat and then pull their head down into the fist.

3. Rolling ninja choke: it's dumb and no one should do it because I don't care for it. It has too many moving parts and chokes are best done from a dominant position. :-p

Palm to palm rnc- the detail of pushing the elbow of the nonchoking hand off the back to add to the force of the choke is important. That should be covered. I can't see if she is actually doing it or not.
B side of that: it shouldn't be common for someone to be peeling you're hands off a rnc. You should hide your nonchoking hand under your head.

Thanks for that Rayce.

Definitely agree with point 1.

I'm not particularly competent at wrong-legged triangles so will take this on board next time we drill them.

For 3, this is kinda the b side to a near side armbar using your lapel to isolate and control that near shoulder and head. Definitely not a meat and potatoes move but a good one to catch people napping occasionally.

Definitely agree on the rear arm for the palm to palm choke. I also tend to emphasise using your head to push theirs forward, as the first thing most people do when you tell the to drive forward with that rear arm is arch their head back into the losing-your-teeth-from-a-reverse-headbutt zone.