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13 August 2018

13/08/2018 - BJJ Globetrotter Camp | Heidelberg 2018 | Priit's 'Don't Do It'

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BJJ Globetrotter Camp (Olympiastützpunkt Rhein-Neckar) Priit Mihkelson, Heidelberg, Germany, 13/08/2018

Priit went for a different format this time, which I can remember him planning at Leuven. The theme was, quite simply, things he feels you shouldn't do in BJJ. The big one, which I'd agree with (I think I got this originally from Caio Terra). Toes on the mat. Same in combat base. With seal feet, can push em over.

Also, in closed guard, staying on your toes helps to open guard. Toes at 90 degrees, need to build up the flexibility.

Don't give them underhook in side control. Underneath half, coming up on your elbow, back keep straight, come up. On top half guard, putting your foot in to prevent lockdown.






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