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Tag Archives: Mount Position

Along with back and side control, the mount position is one of the three dominant ground-fighting positions in MMA. In the mount, one competitor is supine while the other straddles him on his knees. Ideally, the mounted fighter wants to be scooted up underneath his opponent's armpits because the opponent won't be able to off-balance him as effectively. The mount is an advantageous position in which to ground and pound and/or seek submissions from.

Learn Two Closed-Guard Submissions From Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Legend Jean Jacques Machado in New BJJ Video!

Wednesday, November 2nd, 2011

In this exclusive Brazilian jiu-jitsu video filmed at Black Belt, Jean Jacques Machado — former national and international grappling tournament champion, recent red-and-black-striped belt recipient (from Rickson Gracie), 2011 Black Belt Hall of Fame Instructor of the Year, and author of the best-selling The Grappler’s Handbook Vol. 1: Gi and No-Gi Techniques and The Grappler’s
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Posted in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Videos, Jean Jacques Machado, Joint Locks, Traditional Martial Arts Videos.

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Champion Jean Jacques Machado Shows You Two Finishes From the Mount in New BJJ Video!

Wednesday, September 21st, 2011

In this exclusive martial arts video filmed at Black Belt, former national and international grappling tournament champion and author of the best-selling The Grappler’s Handbook Vol. 1: Gi and No-Gi Techniques and The Grappler’s Handbook Vol. 2: Tactics for Defense shows you two effective finishes from the mount.

Jean Jacques Machado’s legendary skills in Brazilian jiu-jitsu
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Posted in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Videos, Chokes, Grappling, Jean Jacques Machado.

Fight Smart in Close-Quarters Combat Using Wing Chun Techniques

Friday, June 10th, 2011

In the martial arts, one school of thought holds that you should change your game to match your opponent’s. Example: If you’re a stand-up fighter and you’re facing a grappler, you should immediately switch into grappling mode. Problem is, that requires you to train to such an extent that each subset of your skills is
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Posted in Close Quarters Combat, Joint Locks, Strikes, Throws/Takedowns, William Cheung, Wing Chun.