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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.

x4 Combat Jiu-Jitsu Arm Breaks for Real Self Defense

Free TRITAC Intro Course: Learn 4 ways to break the arm using TRITAC-Jitsu concepts and Japanese Ju-Jitsu or Aiki-Jutsu Techniques for Modern Street Self Defense. Matt Bryers and Sean Jugler, co-founders of TRITAC-Jitsu use a lot of...

x4 Wrestling Takedowns & Half Guard Sweeps: TRITAC Combat Guard

In this TRITAC Combat Guard Series - we will show you 4 Wrestling takedowns and half guard sweeps from the TRITAC Combat Guard.

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.

TRITAC Frame "Flow" - Combat Entry Drill

John Leabo and Mike Simon: Co-Founders of TRITAC Martial Arts show a TRITAC Combat Entry drill showing how you can "flow" between the different Frames in TRITAC Martial Arts. John shows how to Frame Flow from FRAME 1 to FRAME 4 in this self-defense video. Frames are both defensive and offensive "tools" in the TRITAC Martial Arts Systems. The TRITAC Frames are used to defend against a variety of attacks such as punches, grabs, kicks, knees, etc; but also used to destroy the attack and respond instinctually and naturally. The effective use of TRITAC Frames can dramatically change the fight. TRITAC Frames come from the influence of Keysi Fighting Method. The Keysi Fighting Method or sometimes called KFM was a system of self defense and hand to hand combat. Keysi Fighting Method was created by Andy Norman and Justo Dieguez. KFM was known close quarters combat techniques and using a double arm cover over its head which was known as The Pensador. KFM split and Andy Norman Founded Defence Lab, and Justo founded Keysi. Defence Lab calls their frames: "Defence Lab Shapes". You will hear Defence Lab reference "Shape-Shifting" compared to TRITAC Frame Flowing. John Leabo and Mike Simon are both Black Belts in Keysi Fighting Method and Defence Lab. Together, along with other partners, they formed TRITAC Martial Arts and is offered through Soul Fighters Academy. You can learn more about these other systems here: Keysi: Defence Lab: == TRITAC Martial Arts Resources == Home Page: Training, Locations, Network: Free TRITAC Course:

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-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.

TRITAC-Flow: Grab Self-Defense › Wrap-N-Snap: Street Fight Techniques

TRITAC Combat MMA Flow street fight techniques focusing of self defense from a grab. This Grab Self-Defense Technique Flow uses TRITAC Frames and Arm-Breaks, which are included in our TRITAC Flow Course in our Wrap-N-Snap series.

Kobukai Ju-Jitsu / TRITAC Holiday Bash Highlights 2016 - YouTube

Combat Jiu-Jitsu Highlight from the Kobukai Ju-Jitsu and TRITAC-Jitsu Holiday Bash at the Jiu-Jitsu and Strength Academy in Cromwell, CT. The Kobukai Ju-Jits...

Recent Comments

  1. sfaadmin
    @cobrafire27 Thanks for the feedback!
  2. cobrafire27
    Brilliant alternative to the old stand-by wrist lock when they grab your shirt.
  3. warhammer9319
    I would love to see a drills DVD come out!
  4. warhammer9319
    At first I was resistant do to the stylized keysi feel. Honestly I now enjoy the concepts and I'm sold. I'm a hard sell. I've seen alot...its nice to see guys that over all philosophies align
  5. sebastien
    Great and efficient armbreaks.:)