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  1. King Sleepless is offline
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    Throws and takedowns and counters to throws and takedowns.
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     Style: 10thP/BJJ/Wrestling/Judo

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    Leglocks. For the love of God, leglocks. It's something that I think is under taught and under appreciated. Granted, maybe that is more of a local thing for me but I just don't see it covered to any great extent. I would also echo the request for sambo/judo throws and sweeps.
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     Style: Fitness-Fu and Judo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sirc View Post
    Throws and takedowns and counters to throws and takedowns.
    This ^^ Seconded.

    I wish I'd had more than a couple of hours at your place and gotten to go over some of this in depth.
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     Style: BJJ / MT

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    Moving into clinch range and then take downs from there.
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    Sweeps! :-D

    Show a sweep, then show a transition into another sweep or submission if the sweep fails.

    Single-level deep (1 follow-up) should be easy to remember and I always love focusing on sweeps myself.
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     Style: jits da variedade brasile

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    Throws and takedowns is a cool idea.

    I was going to suggest throwing a curve ball and focusing on something that's closely related but different. If it were a grappling audience, it'd be interested in seeing how to integrate some striking aspects, like ways to GnP or avoid getting GnP'd. Or vice versa if it's a striking audience. /shrug
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     Style: bjj (blue) Judo (green)

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    Escape from bad positions (side control, mount, back mount). This really is the essence of self defense because when one is in these positions, there is no choice whether to fight or not.
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    You can't do throws because many won't have the Ukemi for it. You could do takedowns.

    I would have two things just in case. Or what I do a lot now, have my material and then how it applies with various types of weapons. So that I can transition into a weapons orientation if I want. But, see below one can obviously do this same idea with any technique and counter.

    With the range of this crowd and possible size of the crowd I might like to see you work on "One two to takedown." Anything more sequence wise and people will **** up the learning trying to memorize the sequence, attack too much. I would however make the attacks seperate points that can be explored along the way so people learn both aspects of the equation... so I might teach a really strong punching technique into a clinch with kick to person A and then I can focus on how to do those well... and person B gets to take down Uki defending against a well thrown technique series not just going through the motions.

    The beauty of this is that then you can, for example, get into following a real punch that snaps back into a person for the takedown, versus a follow through..... oh boy, too much info. You get the idea.
    This thread never was a high quality conversation - My friend vern Gilbert on the William Acquier thread.

    The fight in question having started over who owns which piece of rubble. Nicko1;2233174 On the Acquier Kim Fiasco slash thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kayman101 View Post
    Escape from bad positions (side control, mount, back mount). This really is the essence of self defense because when one is in these positions, there is no choice whether to fight or not.
    Thats a great idea
    This thread never was a high quality conversation - My friend vern Gilbert on the William Acquier thread.

    The fight in question having started over who owns which piece of rubble. Nicko1;2233174 On the Acquier Kim Fiasco slash thread.
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     Style: Judo noob, heavy bag

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    Try two or three high percentage throws and drill them into the students. You only have a little time, so you can't teach them too much or nothing will stick.
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