How to Defend Punches and Takedown Opponent with Jiu-Jitsu Drill

Free Punch Defense and Takedown Techniques:
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Learning how to defend a punch attack is one of the most important martial arts skills you can learn. In Jiu-Jitsu, we learn how to defend a punch attack by “crashing in” in order to takedown our opponent with a Jiu-Jitsu Throw.

In this punch defense video, the Jiu-Jitsu Takedown we use is Osoto Gari with a Kata Gatame grip.

You will learn how to defend the punch with a boxing slip combined with a parry to enter into the Jiu-Jitsu Takedown range.

From the punch defense, you will learn how to takedown your opponent with Osoto Gari.

To get these punch self-defense techniques and Jiu-Jitsu takedowns, check out our TRITAC Intro Course:
http://tritacmartialarts.com/free-intro

How to Train Martial Arts Skills for Real Self-Defense

There is a process for learning and to train martial arts skills for Self-Defense. It’s not a simple as training one martial art technique. You need to test and train those skills in order to develop real self-defense skills.

In this TRITAC Martial Arts video, Co-Founders Matt Bryers and Sean Jugler train their martial arts skills to develop a self-defense training flow for their TRITAC Classes.

You will see the process they go through to developing the martial arts training flow as well as some investigation into how to train martial arts properly for self-defense.

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Free 3-Part TRITAC Intro Course:
http://tritacmartialarts.com/free-intro

Day in the Life: Martial Arts Entrepreneur & TRITAC Grappling Class


In this episode of Day in the Life of TRITAC Academy, I talk at length with my partner Pat Precourt about what it means to be a Martial Arts Entrepreneur and the struggles associated with Martial Arts Business.

You’ll also get a chance to see a full TRITAC Grappling class including some awesome rolls with some of the best grapplers in Connecticut.

If you like Day in the Life, please be sure to subscribe!
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Day in the Life: TRITAC Martial Arts, Fight Business & Matt Bryers


At TRITAC Academy, we’re going to try something a bit different. I (Matt Bryers) am going to start documenting some aspects that go into developing TRITAC as well as running a successful martial arts business.

Part of that is the development of the TRITAC Martial Arts System and Media Channel (YouTube). We have big dreams and hopes for TRITAC, and this is one the ways we’re going to start experiencing this journey.

PLEASE – any feedback or comments – let us know!

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Matt Bryers: TRITAC
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• Email: mbryers@tritacmartialarts.com

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Free TRITAC Course:
http://tritacmartialarts.com/free-intro

How to Fight Multiple Opponents: TRITAC Flow Drill

TRITAC Martial Arts is one of the unique fighting systems that instantly address how to fight against multiple opponents / attackers.

In today’s violent society, your self-defense system or martial arts system needs to address who to defend against multiple attackers. If not, then you martial arts training may be hurting you when it comes to a real street fight, or self-defense situation.

In TRITAC, one of our unique approaches to multiple attacker self-defense is using our “FRAMES”. TRITAC Frames are a “moment in time” where we use them to defend against multiple attackers or to close the distance to Smash & Enter.

Ready for the next step?

Get this training flow and more with the TRITAC Combat-Striking Fundamentals Course

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


The TRITAC Martial Arts Origin Story – Is your martial arts designed to Function in Reality-Based Combat? Learn about the history and philosophy of Soul Fighters: TRITAC Martial Arts from Co-Founder: John Leabo

John Leabo highlights: “What is TRITAC Martial Arts?” He reviews the power of “Three” in martial arts; and how it relates no only martial arts training, but self-defense and reality-based combat applications.

POWERFUL Hammer Fist Strikes: TRITAC Martial Arts Training


Learn More Hammer Fist Strikes for Martial Arts with our TRITAC Intro Course: » https://goo.gl/3jYx9I

The Hammer Fist is one of the most powerful weapons for self defense in martial arts – yet it highly underutilized because not many people train hammer fist strikes in martial arts for real self defense.

In this Martial Arts Training Video, Mike Simon, co-founder of TRITAC Martial Arts shows how to use the descending hammer fist strike to knock out your opponent with a hammer fist, or use the hammer fist to setup TRITAC Frames / Elbows.

This TRITAC Martial Arts Training Drill for Hammer Fist Strikes also can be used as a multiple opponent self-defense. The Hammer fist can become a powerful self defense weapon. Also, if you put a self-defense weapon such as a pen, cell-phone, bottle, or any impact weapon; the hammer strike also can be used with a self-defense weapon in your hand.

To learn more about TRITAC Martial Arts Training, including more Hammer Fist Strikes, check out free TRITAC Martial Arts Intro Course here:
» https://goo.gl/3jYx9I

3x3x3 Fighting Techniques Series: Striking Self Defense


Free TRITAC Intro Course:
https://soulfighterstraining.com

The first episode of the 3x3x3 Fighting Techniques for Self Defense / Hand to Hand Combat explores how to defend against punches and punch combination attacks.

The 3 Punch Defense Fighting Techniques in this episode are:

The Fence: the fence is your distance creating, self defense “bubble” protection and your fighting stance to defend against punches, grabs, etc.

Framing: TRITAC Frames are a fighting technique to defend and attack against punches, grabs, kicks, knees, etc. Frames allow you to Smash and Enter against your opponents attack. They create opportunities for counter punching, are perfect for setting up self-defense throws and takedowns.

Head Movement: Boxers use head movement like slips and weaves to defend against punches such as jabs, crosses, hooks, etc. Head movement is an important skill-set for self defense. When you are surprised and your hands are down, you need to be able to avoid those punches and attacks.

Be sure to subscribe for 3x3x3 Fighting Techniques Series by TRITAC Martial Arts

Free TRITAC Intro Course:
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Vlad Koulikov – How to Coach and Train Martial Arts


See more of Vlad: http://ultimategrapplingpack.com

Vlad Koulikov – Master of Sport in Sambo tells you how to coach and train martial arts – especially the grappling sports.

Vlad highlights the mechanics, movements and martial arts training tips to improve as an over all marital artist / training for jiu-jitsu.

Vlad shows you the necessary movements that you need for Sambo Takedowns and throws.

See more of Vlad Koulikov here:
http://sambofusion.com

Check out the new Ultimate Grappling Pack featuring Vlad Koulikov
http://ultimategrapplingpack.com

Kobukai Ju-Jitsu / TRITAC Holiday Bash Highlights 2016


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-Jitsu Bash has been a tradition for 22 years. Each year Jiu-Jitsu schools and TRITAC Martial Arts Schools get together to “bash it out”.

The rules are simple – go as hard as you want to go! Punches, Hammer Fists, Knees, Elbows, Takedowns, and Submission Fighting.

Each year non-Black Belt students have a chance to challenge the black belts for a bottle of sake. This year we used tournament style to allow the under-belts a chance to battle each other for the sake!

Important Resources:

Kobukai Ju-Jitsu:
http://kobukaijujitsu.com

TRITAC-Jitsu:
http://tritacjitsu.soulfightersacademy.com

Jiu-Jitsu and Strength Academy in Cromwell, CT
http://jiujitsuct.com