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I think you’re right about this. I like the ‘weak area’ idea! Very different cuz everyone always wants MORE subs but that doesn’t mean you’ll tap any less, right? Thanks, man!
thanks, bob! it seems like such a common sense way to get better, but who ever thinks to do it? i will be!
I already do something like this and it works great!!! This a really good detailed explanation and your “step by step” method is perfect.
If you do this, how can you not get better?
Great idea – I’ll be teaching this in class tomorrow night. Glad I thought of it ; – )
Your right. You wanna get your degree. In this case higher belt rank. Gotta do your. Homework
I agree 100% with what you’re putting forth in this video. This is essentially deliberate, focused practice, and it should work to rapidly accelerate the BJJ learning curve.
I wish I could download this video.
thanks bob it is a great idea i will start whit this many thanks
This is a well organized approach to identifying and training our weaknesses. It makes sense to have a system to create awareness and track where we get stuck – this is the only way we can start to improve – instead of relying on our strengths all of the time. I look forward to the rest of the protocols
A systematic approach to get the most of your (always limited) training time.This makes a lot of sense.Great.
Great man! The “weak areas”are really important and goal main point. Here in Brasil I will start these steps. I am still waiting for gappling dommy. Thank you Bob,
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Fantastic explanation. Currently when I get submitted I go home and work on the counters for the submission. I’ll expand my homework to include the times that I’m stalled in certain positions so that I have a faster response to these situations.
it can be useful , but don’t forget that a real fight is very very different …
wow as somebody that doesn’t have a grappling coach and have to figure this stuff out on your own this approach will be really useful
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