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Tag Archives: Kimura

The kimura is a submission hold that traps the wrist and cranks the shoulder in a figure-4 hold. It can be applied from the guard, side-control or north/south position. The hold also can be applied by a fighter in an upright position as a counter to a rear-body lock. What distinguishes it from the Americana is its downward rather than upward L-shape.

Learn UFC Champ Georges St-Pierre’s MMA Training Tactics

Monday, August 18th, 2014

One of Black Belt magazine’s top MMA analysts (he wrote an entire book on the subject) breaks down the two-time welterweight champ’s approach to fighting and training.
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Posted in MMA Fighters.

How to Do a Shoulder Lock From Inside the Closed Guard | Jean Jacques Machado Shows You an MMA Technique From His New Grappling DVDs!

Wednesday, June 4th, 2014

Get inside the mind of a grappling legend as Jean Jacques Machado demonstrats an elegant maneuver for passing an opponent’s guard and securing a submission!
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Posted in MMA Videos.

Kelly Worden’s Renegade JKD Blends Remy Presas’ Arnis With Bruce Lee’s Jeet Kune Do

Monday, October 28th, 2013

Jeet kune do authority Taky Kimura once described Kelly S. Worden as an “American icon of the progressive arts.” In this exclusive interview, Worden reveals how his mentors helped him synthesize arnis, JKD and other concepts to forge a system he calls “renegade JKD.”
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Posted in Jeet Kune Do.