Mark Tripp Judo/Sambo Clinic in Ohio, Feb. 14
EDITED FOR NEW SEMINAR INFORMATION. This seminar is on Feb 14th.
I'm reposting this here, because i want to make sure it gets the attention it deserves.
Also, I'd like to get a rough idea of how many bullies plan on attending.
Mark Tripp is a Internationally respected Judo/Sambo expert, boasting a 6th dan in the Gentle art, and over 30 years experience in the not so gentle one.
Coach Tripp has personally trained many Champions, in MMA, Sambo, Judo and submission grappling. This three hour clinic, offered at an outrageously low price, will be sure to elevate your game to the next level! Be it MMA, Judo, Jiu Jitsu, Sambo or Self Defense, this 3 hour clinic will be something you will NOT want to miss.
Also, I, your much adored and respected Moosey, will be Uke for this.
The clinic is $25.00 per person
The clinic will be from 1:00PM to 4:00PM
You can just show up, you do not need to register early
Findlay YMCA East Branch
1400 Manor Hill Road
Findlay, Ohio 45840
YMCA Phone: 419-422-9922
Mark's Cell: 419-722-3476
Hour One: Throws (Gi top or Kurtka needed)
1. Gripping (offense and defense)
2. Driving leg/Attacking Leg
3. The big 4
4. Intergraded personal attack off of the big 4 (attack to off balance)
5. Drills to strengthen your standing game
Hour Two: Ground game
1. Position, Isolation, Technique
2. Throwing to position from the big 4
3. Securing position.
4. Submission from position.
5. Preventing throwing to position.
6. Escaping positions
7. Escaping submissions.
8. Drills to strengthen your ground game
Hour Three: MMA
1. Kicking in MMA, neglected concepts
2. Counter kicking, kicking to close the gap and clinch
3. Kicking to the shoot
4. Takedown or slam? The Sambo approach. (Roughest part of the clinic by far)
5. Failed Clinch or takedown: Punch Outs
6: Passing the half guard and guard in mma
7. Escapes and Counters
Of course throughout the clinic we will have the great Moose smackdown.
Hour Four: Eat till we puke at Oriental Buffet.
Last edited by 3moose1; 2/01/2009 2:19pm at .
Every time you post in here 3moose1, you make work for me. I don't like that.
The following should always be included when listing a seminar.
1. Date and time.
2. Name of location along with a physical address. Include the state/region.
3. Name of instructor(s) and a brief list of their qualifications.
4. Cost of seminar.
5. Class scheduling with descriptions of the different classes offered.
You're a smart guy, right? Stay on topic and keep your hands still unless you have something relevant and topical to contribute.
That said, there's nothing wrong with this thread that listing the address and the cost wouldn't fix.
This is 2.5 hours north of me (Cincinnati) and, depending on the price, might be worth making the drive. I would assume the answer is no, but is a Gurka / Gi required? Thanks in advance Moose.
To be honest, I don't know. I would assume so, considering its SAMBO, but Mark is very big on the no gi side of things as well.
Originally Posted by beltani
Jnp: I just e-mailed Mark, asking the address and cost/time of the seminar.
I just wanted to get the word out early, so people have time to plan for it. Its a "can't-miss" event.
As for Mark's qualifications, there truley are some people who don't need an introduction...
Maybe it's worth finally breaking down and buying an Atama gold weave; that way it's there as a constant reminder that I paid $100+ for something I don't use, eventually shaming me back in to grappling.
Moose, is there any chance you could track down a .pdf or any copy of the flier for me to post at my school? If you don't want to go through the trouble of scanning one don't worry about it.
If there was a flier, i'd be more then happy to print it out.
Originally Posted by beltani
After i get all the details, i'll throw together a text document for you to print out.
Updated the OP.
Seriously, it would be negligent for you guys not to go...
So what's the verdict on requiring a gi or kurtka? I have a few people interested in going.
Have you been to any of his previous seminars? How many techniques does he typically cover in an hour's time; will it be covering every last armlock and leglock out there in 5 minutes each or what? Do you know what kind of stuff he'll cover in the first hour (what's "basic" Sambo techniques anyone can do? Sit throughs?) Exactly how lame will the self defense portion be?
Well, he's my Uncle. He'll cover as many techniques as the class can thoroughly absorb, IIRC.
Originally Posted by Blue Negation
As for the Self Defense, you CLEARLY do not know who Mark Tripp is :p. His combatives/self defense programs and ideas are renowned.
I promise you this will be worthwhile.
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