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7/4/07 12:51 AM
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spc36
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Luis, Does the guard you teach for the ISR program differ greatly from your regular BJJ material. For example is it more protecting against punches and quick reversals to gain top position as oppossed to submissions? I would very much like your take on how to best adjust the use of the guard in a self defense situation. Also, will any of this be available on upcoming dvd's? Thanks
7/4/07 8:51 AM
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Hi spc36, Its to avoid primarily by a heavy emphasis on clinch work but yes, get back to standing and/ or reversals for escape or control. No dvds planned for the ISR material as its training oriented and we feel its best to experience the drills, tactics, instruction etc in person. At least for the results we want from our affiliates, instructors, and personnel. The guard for self-defense is primarily there to create space via angles or kicking to eventually turn them over and get vertical again so we do not teach it as a closed wait and/ or submit position. If you train BJJ, then that will certainly make you better at doing work from there but if its your life or loved ones life at stake, forget points, stalling, or looking for a submission and use it to better your position for dominance, neutralizing them or escaping. Yes, chokes and submission from there work no doubt but you should train for what you are preparing for specifically. You can get very good and using the guard as your back up to your clinch and stand up work and as a back up, it should only be used until you can regain your primary tools and tactics. The best way to adjust the guard to self-defense situations is to drill it with time limits and goals stated above, to dominate, neutralize, or escape that position. In other words, can you cuff them if that your job or stop their aggression to get control or away. Hope that helps, -Luis
7/4/07 3:47 PM
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Edited: 04-Jul-07 08:13 PM
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Yes Luis, that helps a lot. I totally agree with each point you made. Thankyou for your reply to my question. Are there any seminars planned for the Atlanta area coming soon? Thanks, Shane

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