“Fast” and “Crush” are the two names I loosely apply to my two modes of training. Which one I use depends on my opponent and what I’m working on.

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In Fight To Win Pro 33 we saw Aleksandar Rajacic secure a submission victory over William Von Hoenne with a slick inverted armlock. This Serbian born Team Ryan Gracie representative is a super technical submission artist who is quickly making a name for himself in the professional grappling scene.

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Vicente Junior is a 4th degree black belt directly under Master Ricardo De La Riva. He is one of the most active and decorated DLR Academy representative in current IBJJF competition. This instructional displays the purest form of DLR’s system. In this clip VJ talks about the concept of distance management and control against a starting opponent.

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Playing on top is one of the best ways to immobilize and submit your opponent. Keep these tips in mind when you are developing your game:

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This clip is from Gianni Grippo’s “Dynamic Leg Drags and Drills” instructional. This pass is more suitable for intermediate players, because it requires some repetition and timing. Drill this a lot so that your timing is on point.

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Unconventional Progress Measures: If you train often and recover properly you will see results. Here are a few progress markers that aren’t as obvious as “tapping people more often”.

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Near Side Darce - Edwin Najmi
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This clip is from Edwin Najmi's new instructional Darce The World. This set up is perfect off the knee cut pass or from the quarter mount!

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Photos by: Callum Medcraft

When you prepare for a tournament, you get ON POINT with your body care, don’t you? You restrict your diet to only healthy foods (eventually, when the scale really won’t budge), you get more sleep, you’re working out strategically around training, you take supplements like BCAAs and fish oil to help your joints and muscles recover so you can accommodate a higher training volume, don’t you?

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