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W3 Flow Overview: TRITAC-Jitsu Lesson Preview

W3 is one of the most effective white belt entrances for TRITAC-Jitsu.

BJJ Closed Guard Basics: TRITAC-Jitsu Lesson Preview - YouTube

In our TRITAC-Jitsu Classes this week; we'll be focusing on THE BJJ GUARD! I know, I know - WHY are we going to the ground for self-defense? Well, the guard is one of the MOST important concepts in Jiu-Jitsu and a very powerful position to fight from.

W2 Combat Flow Lesson Preview: TRITAC-Jitsu - YouTube

In this week of our TRITAC-Jitsu Classes we will be working on: W2 Entrance. W2 Stands for W=WHITE 2... the second entrance on the TRITAC-Jitsu White to Blue Curriculum. The technical application if W2 is the "kill the lead" with an internal hammer strike (similar to a boxing parry) and ..

TRITAC Origins: How to Train Combat Martial Arts

Free TRITAC-Martial Arts Course: https://soulfighterstraining.com 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"?

TRITAC Martial Arts: ORIGINS - Can your art FUNCTION in Combat? - YouTube

The TRITAC Martial Arts Origin Story - Is your martial arts designed to Function in Reality-Based Combat?

W1 to Kubi Nage to Straight Armlocks (Standing / Ground): TRITAC-Jitsu Lesson Highlight

Full Lesson Here: https://goo.gl/pRwzhs Preview of the upcoming less using the W1 Entrance into the Kubi Nage and Kubi Nage Otoshi. We'll also learn how to feed through from the W1 Entrance into an underhook to attack the straight armlock.

W1 - Ogoshi & Kesa Nage - Standing Armlock: TRITAC-Jitsu Lesson Highlight

Full TRITAC-Jitsu Lesson Here: https://goo.gl/pRwzhs Lesson Overview: W1 - Gorilla Grip Smash Entrance to Side Clinch, Underhook Control or Head Lock Control Ogoshi - Big Hip Throw from the side clinch position found in Japanese Ju-Jitsu and Judo. Kesa Nage - Big Hip...

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.