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  1. jasculs is offline

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    9/19/2012 12:08pm


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    Grappling and BJJ Concepts Video - Stapling - Jason Scully

    You will be surprised on how many “little” things can make such a big difference in your grappling. There are so many concepts that many people don’t even realize until much later in their training that in my opinion it can really make your improvement much slower than it should be.

    In this video I share with you a very simple concept that not only helps my game a ton but also helps so many grapplers out there of all levels.

    This concept is what I call “Stapling”. The reason I call it this is because you are literally using your legs, arms, hands, or any other part of your body to pin (or staple) part of your opponent’s body to the mat. This will help control them and immobilize them so then you can either get a pass or improve/keep your position which gets you one step closer to finishing them.

    This is just one of many little concepts that I have in my arsenal. I write down EVERYTHING that seems like it will be important in my training and rolling and I make sure I study it. I highly recommend that you do the same also.



    Hope you like the video

    

Jason Scully 



  2. RurikGreenwulf is offline

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    9/20/2012 11:06pm


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    Nice videos!

    I'm looking forward to start grappling soon I know your advices will prove very useful
    Thanks

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