In training we learn so many moves, and most of them are in a singular manner with just a mindset to go for that movement or possibly only combine it with a movement that didn't work.

What about if you actually took it one step further? What if you FAKED your opponent out on purpose instead of just following up after a filed attempt? This takes attacking in combination to a new level in my opinion because you are intentionally pretending to go for one attack when you a really are interested in a completely different one.

In this video that I talk about the "Fakey" principle and how you can really trick your opponent into reacting in ways that will set you up for good attacks when they didn't even realize what you were doing. You'll see a bunch of different examples in this video from stand-up examples to submission examples.

Thanks for watching,

Jason Scully