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Posts: 383 | Registered: Dec 2004
All of the techniques in this forum are Alphabetically listed under main categories, based on position. Within the Online classes forum, each position is listed alphabetically, then there are techniques from that position. In the individual techniques forums, they are first categorized from the position, then under that positional category, you can find the moves you are looking for within, arranged in alphabetical order.
How to I view the Techniques?
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Are these moves good for MMA, No Gi or just Gi?
Many of the moves you see here are demonstrated with the gi on - however, the fundamental movements in most cases are the same, unless, of course, the move is gi specific - which, in most cases, it will be listed as such. Most of the techniques presented here can be done with or without the gi - such as a triangle choke, omoplata, rear choke or armbar. If a move is gi specific or it is addressing a situation where punches are involved, then it will be listed that way. In addition, the instruction within the videos will usually elaborate on what situation the move is being used for and what changes should be made.
The video quality here is slightly reduced from what you would see on the DVD sold at this site so that they can be seen in a reasonable amount of time over the internet. Videos listed as *Video have been reduced in quality more drastically than videos listed as *HD Video. While still not at true HD DVD quality, the HD Videos are all filmed with a High Definition (1080) camera and are of better quality than typical Internet video.
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