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Aiki-Jitsu Street Combat: Wrist Lock from Wrestling Control - YouTube

Matt Bryers from TRITAC-Jitsu shows you how to use Aiki-Jitsu Techniques, particularly the Kote Gaeshi self defense technique or Wrist Lock for the street from a wrestling control called the wrestling Russian or 2 on 1 control.

Combat Jiu-Jitsu Escapes: Technical Standup - Uchi Mata

Use the technical stand-up to frame against your opponents face to create space for you to escape your legs using shrimping movements.

Street Fight Straight Punch Defense & KO - TRITAC Flow Drill

Mike Simon, co-founder of TRITAC Martial Arts shares how to defend against a straight punch, typically the cross, and then knock them out with punches and elbow strikes. The cross punch is one of the most common street fight punches, and can be a very powerful punch to defend against. Mike shows you how to bait your opponent into throwing the cross punch, so you can easily slip defense the punch and then attack back with elbow strikes to the body, head punches, and elbows to the face. Mike Simon uses TRITAC Frames to defend against the cross punch, but also to finish off with attacker with Frame 1. TRITAC Frames are a braced elbow strike that was made popular by Keysi Fighting Method and Defence Lab.

How to Defeat STRONG Grips - TRITAC Grab Defense Series

Learn How to Defeat a VERY Strong Shirt Grab in a Self Defense Situation with TRITAC. John Leabo: Co-Founder of TRITAC demonstrates the concepts of how to defend against an attacker who has a very strong grip. This Shirt Grab Defense Techniques focuses on diverting the focus of your attacker by using strikes and TRITAC Frames to hit your opponents head, and then defend against the shirt grab.

TRITAC Frame & Hammer Flow - Punch Defense & Counter Attack

Mike Simon, Co-Founder of TRITAC Marital Arts with John Leabo show a Self Defense Techniques Against a Punch Attack using TRITAC Frames and Hammer Strikes. This TRITAC Frame Flow drill showing how you can "flow" between the different Frames in TRITAC Martial Arts. Mike shows how to Frame Flow from FRAME 1 to FRAME 3 into a Ascending Hammer in this self-defense technique.

TRITAC-Jitsu Wrestling Takedowns - Smash. Enter. Ankle Pick.

TRITAC-Jitsu, at the Blue Belt Level, uses a lot of Combat Wrestling Takedowns and Wrestling Techniques for Self Defense. Wrestling is one of the overall best martial arts for takedowns, and takedown defense. But - when dealing with a Self Defense situation, the ability to use wrestling takedowns for Self Defense or combat relies heavily upon the Entry. This TRITAC Lesson video utilizes TRITAC Frames to enter into combat wrestling or combat jiu-jitsu range, and then use the Muay Thai Clinch to throws knees and elbows. From there, you will learn how to setup the Front Headlock in Wrestling and finish with 2 ankle picks. The Wrestling Front Headlock is a powerful wrestling control position that allows you to move your opponent with ease and then hit the ankle pick. The Front Headlock to Ankle Pick can be used in any combat situation. It is a great self defense technique, or hand to hand combat technique, but is also seen used in MMA Fights.

TRITAC Origins: Self-Defense Use of Force Continuum

Do you know the self-defense laws in your state? Does your martial arts and self-defense training address the Use of Force Continuum? Joho Leabo - Co-Founder of TRITAC-Marital Arts goes over the Use of Force Continuum and how it relates to the world of martial arts and self-defense. For TRITAC Martial Arts, the TRIANGLE is a very important part of our name and ethos. The Use of Force Martial Arts Triangle is: Soft Force - Avoidance, De-escalation, Control Physical Force - Defend, Counter, Finish Deadly Force - Life is in danger, use what you can to survive.

TRITAC Origins: How to Train 'Combat' Martial Arts

Do you really know how to train combat martial arts or self-defense? Are you learning by "situational self-defense' only? Or do you have the ability to move, fight, react and defend yourself with "instinct"? John Leabo: Co-Founder of Soul Fighters: TRITAC Martial Arts shows you how to train combat martial arts and self-defense like a sport. Learn how to develop the necessary skills, combat-flows and techniques like a BJJ practitioner, Boxer, Muay Thai or MMA Fighter. Sport Fighters know 'how to fight'. Take the sport fighting drills, movements, sparring and training principles - and then add in sparring, drills, and techniques to defend against real street fights with multiple attackers, weapons, and the unknown environment.

TRITAC "Split" Frame Flow: Punch Defense to Attacking Frames

In this TRITAC Flow Lesson, you will learn how to defend against straight punches such as the jab or cross, or wide punches such as the sucker punch or hook punch. The Split Frame is when your hands are not connected as you would commonly see in "Frame 1". This allows you to have a much more dynamic method of defending against punches or grab self defense. John Leabo and Mike Simon: Co-Founders of TRITAC Martial Arts breakdown how to use the split-frame defense... similar to a boxers parry defend against a jab or cross defense. From this Split-Frame Defence - John Leabo shows how to enter in using hammer strikes and then to attack your opponent with a "Frame Flow" from Frame 1 to Frame 2.

TRITAC-Jitsu Ground Flow #2: Kimura Lock Flow

The Kimura Lock and Submission in Jiu-Jitsu is one of the most powerful grips and Jiu-Jitsu Control principles that works in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Competitions, MMA Fights or Reality-Based Self Defense. In this TRITAC-Jitsu Ground Flow - Matt Bryers and Sean Jugler show how to use the Kimura Lock to get the Kimura Submission, the Kimura BJJ Sweep or Hip Bump Jiu-Jitsu Sweep. From the kimura sweep, you will learn how to transfer from the jiu-jitsu mount position into the knee on belly position. From here learn how to attack the Kimura Lock submission from knee on belly when your opponent pushes on your knee. After the Knee on Belly Kimura Submission, you will reset and get the kimura submission from side control. Finally, the person on the bottom will use the Kimura Grip and Submission to Escape Side Control.

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  1. sfaadmin
    My favorite time of the year!!!
  2. Kahunadog
    That looks so fun. Train. Train. Play hard. Then Sake. I likey.
  3. Kahunadog
    I like your video and methodology a lot here. You cover multiple techniques, but more importantly core elements and movements. "Re-squaring the hip" after failed scissors to kick sweep....
  4. David Lee
    Hey @sfaadmin This is a really great synopsis of the mental outlook of TTJ and TRITAC as a whole. I hope all new students have the chance to watch this one! Osss, David
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