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How to Learn Martial Arts: Grab Self-Defense

In our new Learn Martial Arts series, Matt Bryers and Sean Jugler from Soul Fighters Academy give a self-defense lesson on how to defend against a grab and sucker punch. When learning martial arts, it's important to understand the basic concepts of movement, self-defense...

Jiu-Jitsu Club Weapon Defense - Ippon Seo Nage or Choke

TRITAC-Jitsu lesson showing how to defend against a weapon attack (club) using Combat Jiu-Jitsu. Matt Bryers shows how to defend and enter when an attack swings a club. A club can be any weapon that is swung at your head.

Combat Jiu-Jitsu Throws to Armlock - TRITAC-Jitsu "Flow" Lesson

Learn the combat jiu-jitsu throws Ogoshi and Kesa Nage. The Jiu-Jitsu lesson taught by Matt Bryers starts off with grappling and pummeling to get body lock control and underhook control.

How to Fight With Aggressive Combat Jiu-Jitsu: Hit, Snap, Choke

Matt Bryers explains his philosophy of how to fight with combat Jiu-Jitsu during a self-defense situation.Matt then shows how to defend against a clubbed weapon attack and them how to enter using combative striking and finish with a standing rear naked choke technique.

Recent Comments

  1. sfaadmin
    @release7 Thanks for the awesome feedback! We believe that during training you need to train under "stress". During that stress training, we are hoping / expecting that hesitation, fear,...
  2. release7
    Nice response with the defense and offense tactics. However, in an actual Road Rage incident we can't forget to add a little hesitation and or fear, surprise, or maybe is this really happening to...
  3. Kahunadog
    Great breakdown. Smash, Enter
  4. sfaadmin
    My favorite time of the year!!!
  5. Kahunadog
    That looks so fun. Train. Train. Play hard. Then Sake. I likey.