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  1. jasculs is offline

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    Posted On:
    3/30/2011 8:23am


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    58 More Solo Grappling Drills in 17 Minutes

    Well, I have to say that I honestly wasn't expecting all of the
    great feedback and comments on the "33 Solo Grappling Drills in 7
    Minutes" video. The responses were overwhelmingly positive and I
    had a lot of people who were looking forward to using them in there
    workouts, drilling sessions, and warm-ups.

    Most of these drills I learned through out my 15 years of training
    from others and many I conjured up myself, which I'm sure others have
    probably thought of as well in other parts of the country or
    world. AND I STILL HAVE MORE!

    I use these a lot in my warm-ups and even more so in my actual
    sports specific conditioning workouts.

    You can use these in interval training, or for a short back to back
    session to get yourself warmed-up and prepped for a good grappling
    training session.

    As always I appreciate and endorse as many comments and questions
    as possible as it helps me keep going and makes me better every day.



    Thank you for watching,

    Jason Scully

    P.S. I'd like to give you some free stuff such as a Free Shoyoroll
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    Instructional DVDs, Books and More. And it's easy! All you have to
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    Posted On:
    3/30/2011 12:00pm


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    I love the solo drill stuff. My wife, not so much.

    She says "why can't you just sit still and watch Tosh.0 for once..."

    Thanks for posting these.

    PS, how the crap do you have a spare Shoyoroll gi? I can't find one in my size... Can hardly wait for the next batch to roll out.
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    I have 9 different shoyorolls

    Quote Originally Posted by tao.jonez View Post
    I love the solo drill stuff. My wife, not so much.

    She says "why can't you just sit still and watch Tosh.0 for once..."

    Thanks for posting these.

    PS, how the crap do you have a spare Shoyoroll gi? I can't find one in my size... Can hardly wait for the next batch to roll out.
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    3/30/2011 1:40pm


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    got an a3S that you wanna sell?
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    Unfortunately I don't...I only wear a1's
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    3/31/2011 9:31am


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    I was kind of kidding about the gi - anyway, I mentioned your solo drills at my school last night and have sent the youtube link to a handful of people I train with. Good stuff, thanks again for posting it.
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    Can't comment on the groundwork drills, but I did notice a few things with the Judo drills.

    O uchi gari you do an exaggerated lean when performing the drill




    This is very dangerous and risky and in a comp will likely get you absolutely launched with an ura nage. You need to try and attack the chest as I outline in my article.



    Watch Frédéric Demontfaucon's video where he shows the correct way of doing tandokuu renshu for O uchi gari:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AIG2RQti0zY#t=33s

    You also need to be careful of this on your Sasae tsurikomi ashi tandokuu renshu. You tend to lean back quite a bit.


    Note how Sato gets a good upper body turn whilst remaining pretty much straight and not leaning back:


    This is much more stable a main cause of throw failure and counter with Sasae tsurikomi ashi is people leaning backwards which makes the throw weak as their body structure is wrecked.

    Note how Sato performs tandokuu renshu in this video:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Kwyytnqz_A#t=2m12s

    Also on your uchimata wall practice. You have a bent leg and unpointed toes.


    You need to have a straight leg a toes pointed:


    You're also doing a slighlty unconvential method, this is the usual method of doing wall uchikomi for uchi mata
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TN9gQ9Prxo8#t=2m43s

    Hope that helps you refine your techniqe, because training bad habits through flawed solo practice can cause long term problems.
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    Posted On:
    4/07/2011 6:49am


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    Thanks Judoka_uk, I can always clean up my Judo...I come from more of a wrestling background and have train a good amount of Judo but my wrestling and BJJ are much better.

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