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  1. Aesopian is offline

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    Posted On:
    10/17/2006 12:46pm

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    22 Minutes of Awesome Techniques

    I received a great gift that I wanted to share with everyone. But you've really got two others to thank.

    First, you need to thank Elliott Bayev who sent me a video of himself demonstrating techniques. He had enjoyed the tutorials I have been putting up and wanted to give something in return. The video contains a TON of great material, including a bunch of moves taught to Elliot by Eddie Bravo. Which leads to who you need to thank next. When I asked Elliot if I could make this video public, he said he wanted to ask Eddie first, since a lot of the material came from him. Eddie gave his approval and only asked that we give him credit.

    I got a lot out of the moves Elliot shows. I was familar with the spider web (Eddie's armbar position) but it was helpful to finally see them taught in motion. The guard game he shows, where both arms are shoved to the same side, and then you threaten taking the back and the hip bump together, really interested me, especially how he shows how its moves can be combined. The bellydown armbar he does from here is probably the highlight of the video for me.

    The audio isn't very good but if you pay attention, you'll pick up a lot of great moves and little details.

    Elliott currently trains under Mark Bocek and Sam Zakula at Kombat Fitness in Toronto.

    The Video

    http://www.google.com/videoplay\?doc...85271062987705

    Or watch it on Google Videos.

    Contents

    00:00 - The Slide
    00:46 - Bicep Crush
    01:20 - Armbar to triangle
    02:00 - X-break
    02:30 - Silverado
    02:50 - Foot on far biceps
    03:00 - Spider web to harness (taking the back)
    03:12 - Crossing arms from guard + bellydown armbar + sweeping to spider web
    04:50 - Crossed arms pendulum sweep
    06:20 - Crossed arms hip bump
    06:40 - Crossed arms triangle
    07:00 - Crossed arms bellydown armbar to spider web
    07:28 - Crossed arms americana from guard to armbar
    08:00 - Drag arm across
    08:18 - Americana from guard vs defensive posture
    08:35 - Shove hand out to triangle
    08:40 - Hip bump
    08:50 - Arm drag
    09:08 - Arm crush to triangle
    09:35 - Arm crush to armbar with chill dog grip
    10:00 - Switch sides armbar
    10:15 - Arm crush to armdrag
    10:30 - Details on crossing arms
    11:15 - Figure-foured two-on-one to biceps crush
    11:25 - Crossing arms to kimura
    11:55 - Crossing arms to armdrag
    12:00 - Crossing arms to americana and armbar
    12:15 - Crossing arms to taking the back
    12:30 - Crossing arms to pendulum sweep
    13:00 - Crossing arms to belly down armbar and sweep to spider web
    13:30 - Triangle posture defense - spinny armbar
    14:40 - Double under pass defense - return to guard and americana
    15:52 - Kimura from butterfly guard to armbar
    16:58 - Front headlock to biceps crush
    17:25 - Pendulum sweep stack defense - arm triangle
    18:00 - Belly down armbar to triangle
    18:40 - Butterfly guard to triangle
    20:20 - Spider guard sweep
    21:00 - Cross knee pass detail - defending underhook
    21:25 - Awesome detail on defending being stacked out of armbars
    21:55 - X-guard to kneebar
  2. OldDog53 is offline

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    Posted On:
    10/17/2006 4:29pm


     Style: BJJ

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    I've been told I shouldn't look at DVD's and instructionals until I get more mat time :badgrin: but I may sneak a look anyway....
  3. roly is offline

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    Posted On:
    10/20/2006 12:37am


     Style: judo, karate, jap jj

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    Quote Originally Posted by OldDog53
    I've been told I shouldn't look at DVD's and instructionals until I get more mat time :badgrin: but I may sneak a look anyway....
    nothing wrong with looking

    whats wrong is thinking you can do it properly without proper instruction
  4. black mariah is offline

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    Posted On:
    10/20/2006 5:10pm


     Style: None. Again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roly
    nothing wrong with looking

    whats wrong is thinking you can do it properly without proper instruction
    Exactly. If you see something you think might be useful in your game, ask your instructor about it.

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