Friday, March 23, 2012

Stance, Posture and Defense

When it comes to the basics of a solid Stance/Posture Rodney King (of South Africa) is the MAN!!! I've trained in over 22 different fighting systems/martial arts and for teaching a fundamental defense to all types of punches, kicks, and clinching his is the Quickest to learn and easiest to put into practice, and THAT is what you need! Something that WORKS when all else doesn't and that gives you a strong foundation or even a default for when the flashier stuff doesn't work. Believe me few strategies can be applied so easily and so well to boxing, Muay Thai Kickboxing, and Mixed Martial Arts as this.

In short, when the shit hit's the fan go Crazy Monkey!

Unfortunately due to people trying to steal a lot of his material I can't embed all of his Youtube videos on my blog so I'm just going to post the links and let you do the rest!!!

Enjoy and Improve! This is a INCREDIBLE series I HIGHLY suggest you give it your attention!

CM Hunchback Stance

Understanding the Outside

Rimshot Range Concept

The BIG MISTAKES 1 (learn how to avoid them)



Footwork Strategy for Sparring (SUPER IMPORTANT)

Diving Board Jab and Cross the CMD way

Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Striking/Boxing 101: Offense

Welcome to my next series of Technical Martial Arts Training post. The first will be what everyone wants to learn which is offense, the second part will be defense, and then we will go into the clinch, and from there go over ground fighting tactics, for BJJ, Grappling and MMA. I hope you enjoy. If you have any questions feel free to contact me at :

More videos on youtube at

Lets start with the jab, the back bone of boxing and Kickboxing

Loose jab

Stepping in on the jab

The Cross

Lead Hook (The Basics)

Rear hook


Lead Uppercut

Jab, Cross, Hook, Cross Combination

Jab, Cross, Uppercut, Cross Combination

Jab cross, Hook, Cross/Jab, Cross, Lead Uppercut,Cross/Jab, Rear Uppercut, hook, Cross

Sunday, March 11, 2012

Clinching 101: How to Pummel for Underhooks

How to pummel for the underhooks for Wrestling, Submission Wrestling, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Muay Thai, Boxing, and Mixed Martial Arts. The underhook is one of the single most dominant grips in the clinch but is highly misunderstood and under utilized after you learn how to use your underhooks and use your footwork to manipulate your opponent it opens up your game to tons of strikes, takedowns, and submissions standing and on the ground.