Epi 211 Autopsy of the Unconscious Grappler

This week we help you determine what went wrong with your game that resulted in getting tapped out (or choked unconscious). How can you learn from getting tapped out? and how to break down the trouble spots in your game.

We talk about:

  • Why it is important to learn from mistakes
  • Having a good attitude about getting tapped out
  • Learning defense of moves you get caught in too much
  • How to determine if it is a mistake you are making or your getting tapped by something that someone is really good at
  • How to identify major problems in your game
  • Finding help for trouble spots in your game
  • Learning from training vs competition
  • Preventing a submission vs escaping a submission
  • We share a few stories of being choked unconscious on the mat

Quote of the week:  “Train like you’ve never won, Fence like you’ve never lost”

Article of the week: Top 5 Jiu Jitsu Street Fight Moves

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BjjBrick radio Episode 6 Jake Fox

Jake Fox and Andre "Tim" Monteiro

Jake Fox and Andre “Tim” Monteiro

The BjjBrick Podcast is in iTunesand Stitcher radio
Jake is a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu black belt under Andre Tim Monteiro. He opened up his own academy in Wichita Kansas about a year and a half ago.
Jake has done MMA, Muay Thai, and Jiu-Jitsu.
We start off this interview about Andre telling us a little about Jake.
Jake talks with us about:
-Opening up his own school
-His journey from white belt to black belt
-His training philosophies
-Training at different skill levels
-Dealing with injuries
-Overcoming Obstacles

Quote of the week “we are not here to knit” Jake Fox
Article of the week The Bleacherroport.com “BJJ Has Lost it’s Effectiveness as an MMA Base”
Links:
Fox fitness
Fox fitness Facebook page
Fox raw bars Facebook page
The Bleacherroport.com “BJJ Has Lost it’s Effectiveness as an MMA Base”
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