Discussion in 'Grappling Technique' started by vcmmafan, Aug 18, 2018.
itching for more instructionals
i think by the end of this month or early next month
definitely within a month
I'm waiting for his berimbolo set next..
Pretty sure he's getting his knee replaced soon...so maybe no dvds for awhile after this next one
I came across Danaher’s response to someone that once the 4 series set is released, he will release sets based on fundamentals. Not sure what this exactly mean. I suppose guard passing, mount, etc.
Last I heard, he was going to release as part of a 3-volume set:
Volume 1: The Headlock
Volume 2: The Haymaker
Volume 3: Pushing Someone Hard
i feel you man im dying for more too he can take all my money lol i just hope he puts out a mount dvd thats one thing that the no gi community hasnt had properly and his guys have some good mount attacks so sure he has some great stuff
awesome im glad but also not cause everyone will have the same stuff lol
I watched his leg lock videos and I was impressed! As a Ph.D. student, I can recognize brilliance when I see it! I will make sure to get anything that guy produces!
I just want to figure out why they like the Nate Diaz one handed arm-in guillotine. I've seen them use it a lot if not to finish at least as a placeholder to re grip or switch to other chokes and I'm wondering what sets it apart from a normal arm-in guillotine control.
My guess is it's probably more of a blood choke, while the double chinstrap/ten finger style attacks more of the windpipe. Id also wager a greater relative ease/simplicity of grabbing onto it and holding onto it. The gross motor movement also has some overlap with the power assist guillotine.
It could also simply come down to a habit of contingency. Someone learns doing it one way, and just keeps doing it as long as it works. I know the instinct for 'technique hoarding' can be pretty strong, and any time you learn something new you want to 'invest' in it somehow; trying to come up with an epicycling gameplan where anything and everything you've ever seen has a place in it in some way (even if taking a roughly contrary tack might ultimately be more practical).
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