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    Decent training resources/videos

    So I'm missing training yet again because of some sort of terrorist bio-weapon or possibly just a really bad case of the flu and I'm consoling myself by watching videos on the Youtubes.

    Now I realise its very difficult/impossible to actually learn a style from videos, but I've found that there are some that can be a great supplement to regular actual training.

    I personally like:

    Stephan Kesting: http://www.youtube.com/user/StephanK...?feature=watch (Thanks to Tonuzaba for recommending his stuff to me)

    Burton Richardson, particularly this video which I've watched a few times:


    Lonely Dog's Workouts: http://www.youtube.com/feed/UCSA_l2D2hT33g8-wNZ-fsog

    Some of the material from Rodney King's Crazy Monkey Boxing: http://www.youtube.com/feed/UCvOfErQDrP6VsyuRiO5wAVA

    Tim Hartman's "Modern Arnis Minute" is often pretty interesting: http://www.youtube.com/user/datutim

    Do you have any videos or other resources that you view regularly? I figured it might be nice to get them all in one place.
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    Kesting has good stuff, I also watch uchidesi (I love how all his guys/girls flow):

    Here's a random example:


    And I like jasculs alot, lots of... concept videos, where he shows just a ton of stuff, not broken down step by step, but more to show you some of the possibilities different positions/moves offer. I get tons of ideas from him.

    Random example:


    And I don't even box, but I like watching tripleVVV3 lots of good stuff (again, coming from a non boxer, so I guess it COULD be awful..... But I don't think it is

    Random example:
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    After being one of those on again off again people (I keep having stupid crap come up, moving, car accidents, serious sickness) what have you that mean that I train really hard for 6 months to a year than I end up taking a year or so off.
    I try and watch videos and ever drill with people, but man it really just doesn't help all that much compared to getting real instruction and real resistance.
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    I'll also recommend Stephan Kesting. Dude is so down to Earth.

    Kwonkicker for taekwondo:
    http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL3B4FCC98AAAF3182

    I haven't started judo yet, and am therefore a poor quality judge, but Karo Parisyan seems to have some really great stuff for no-gi judo.
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    How do you all feel about watching matches vs watching instructionals?

    I am leaning more and more towards watching matches during downtime.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gluckmann View Post
    I haven't started judo yet, and am therefore a poor quality judge, but Karo Parisyan seems to have some really great stuff for no-gi judo.
    Karo's Judo for MMA Dvds are pure gold. They really helped me adapt the Gi skillset I developed in earlier training to a no-gi environment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by goodlun View Post
    How do you all feel about watching matches vs watching instructionals?

    I am leaning more and more towards watching matches during downtime.
    I like both, though I find I pick up more from instructionals, whereas matches are more entertainment for me. (I think its because I need to be explicitly told things rather than picking them up just from seeing them done)
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    Quote Originally Posted by goodlun View Post
    How do you all feel about watching matches vs watching instructionals?
    I find Instructionals more entertaining than matches.
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    Quote Originally Posted by goodlun View Post
    How do you all feel about watching matches vs watching instructionals?

    I am leaning more and more towards watching matches during downtime.
    I find stand-up matches far more interesting than instructionals. For grappling, I prefer instructionals, cause a noobsauce like me misses a lot of the smaller details when watching a high level match.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cuddles View Post
    I find stand-up matches far more interesting than instructionals. For grappling, I prefer instructionals, cause a noobsauce like me misses a lot of the smaller details when watching a high level match.
    The trick to watching a grappling match to take something away from is to watch the Hips, Hooks and Grips.
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