3x3x3 Fighting Techniques Series: Striking Self Defense

Free TRITAC Intro Course:

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:

Combat Jiu-Jitsu Throws to Armlock – TRITAC-Jitsu “Flow” Lesson

Free TRITAC-Jitsu Course: https://soulfighterstraining.com

Learn the combat jiu-jitsu throws Ogoshi and Kesa Nage. The Jiu-Jitsu lesson taught by Matt Bryers starts off with grappling and pummeling to get body lock control and underhook control.

From there Matt shows how to use the Jiu-Jitsu Throw Kesa Nage from the grappling clinch and underhook control position.

You will also learn how to finish with standing armlock submission or wing lock submission.

Learning how to drill and “flow” through combat are essential fighting skills for real self-defense. Jiu-Jitsu students need to learn the basic jiu-jitsu movements, such as pummeling, and then learn how to setup ju-jitsu throws and takedowns.

For more Jiu-Jitsu Throws and Takedowns such as the Ogoshi Throw, Osoto Gari and other Ju-Jitsu Throws, go to:

Soul Fighters Academy Home Page:

DOJO vs STREET: Fighting Techniques with Hoodie

Free TRITAC Street Fighting Techniques:
» https://goo.gl/3jYx9I

Techniques Real Street Fighting are much different then when learning martial arts techniques in the dojo. The martial arts fighting techniques still work, but how to fight with these techniques for a street fight is much different.

In this TRITAC-Jitsu Video, Matt Bryers and Sean Jugler shows you fighting techniques to use in the street using a “Hoodie”.

The ability to fight using clothing as a weapon is vital for surviving the worst street fights.

Matt Bryers shows you how to throw someone using the hoodie with the Ippon Seoi Nage throw. This Judo throw is a common martial arts fighting technique that you’ll see in dojos across the world. But, fighting in the street and using the judo throw is harder than it looks! Matt shows a nice grip control using the hoodie to throw someone in a real street fight.

This is not to say the martial arts techniques practiced in the dojo are not good street fighting techniques; but they just need to be modified.

In TRITAC-Jitsu one of the biggest fighting techniques or concepts we focus on is “Combat Entries”. Learning how to enter into grappling range to use martial arts techniques such as throws is the secret. The fighting techniques used in TRITAC-Jitsu focus on using combat entries to smash, enter and then throw your opponent and finish.

Matt also shows you how to use Jiu-Jitsu techniques for street combat. One of jiu-jitsu techniques Matt Bryers shows is the grounded BJJ Guard to Tripod Sweep.

The Tripod sweep is a common Jiu-Jitsu technique that is found in all Jiu-Jitsu dojos. It is a great sport BJJ technique, but it can also be used for real street fight and self-defense situations.

Free TRITAC Street Fighting Techniques:
» https://goo.gl/3jYx9I

Best Grab Self-Defense: Headbutt, Headbutt Throw

One of the Best Self-Defense Moves from a Single-Handed grab is a simple headbutt… and another headbutt that gives you the option to throw your opponent using the Kesa Nage Throw.

This Self-Defense Technique is from our TRITAC-Jitsu: our Self-Defense Class and Combatives Jiu-Jitsu System focusing on teaching the Best Self-Defense Techniques, Self-Defense Classes and Reality-Based Combatives Training.

How to Learn Martial Arts: Grab Self-Defense

LEARN MARTIAL ARTS ONLINE: https://soulfighterstraining.com

In our new “Learn Martial Arts” series, Matt Bryers and Sean Jugler from Soul Fighters Academy give a self-defense lesson on how to defend against a grab and sucker punch.

When learning martial arts, it’s important to understand the basic concepts of movement, self-defense principles and instinctual defense.

FREE Training Course: http://soulfighterstraining.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:


Jiu-Jitsu and Strength Academy in Cromwell, CT

How to Defeat STRONG Grips – Shirt Grab Defense Technique

Free TRITAC Training Course:
» https://goo.gl/3jYx9I

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 focuses a lot of shirt grab or lapel grab defense in a reality-based self defense situation. Our white belt curriculum in TRITAC-Unarmed and TRITAC-Jitsu focus on defending throat grabs, collar grabs, and shirt grabs.

The grab self-defense techniques all use the same concepts, it’s just the attack that varies.

To learn more about TRITAC, and other grab self-defense videos, please subscribe to our YouTube Channel!

Check out a FREE TRITAC Intro Course that also includes two handed grab defense techniques and other self defense techniques.
» https://goo.gl/3jYx9I

Black Belt Grappling Class: Georgian Grip – Sambo Fusion | BJJ | TRITAC

Free BJJ & Self-Defense Course: https://soulfighterstraining.com
Sambo Master of Sport, Judo Black Belt, and all around Grappling Bad-Ass: Vlad Koulikov shares one of his favorite setups for Sambo Throws and Judo Throws: The Georgian Grip.

Vlad shares his Sambo Fusion (Sambo, Judo, BJJ) techniques with TRITAC-Jitsu Co-Founders: Matt Bryers (BJJ Black Belt & Japanese Ju-Jitsu Black Belt) and Sean Jugler (Japanese Ju-Jitsu Black Belt).

Vlad shows the Ouchi Gari (judo technique) throw (inner reap trip), the Harai Goshi Judo Throw, Uchi Mata Judo Throw, and many other Judo / Sambo Throws.

Combat Sambo & Sambo Fusion shares many of the same principles, throws and grappling techniques as TRITAC-Jitsu. Vlad Koulikov is a wealth of knowledge on Combat Sambo, Judo and Jiu-Jitsu. Big thanks to Vlad for sharing!!

x5 Beginner Jiu-Jitsu Techniques for Self-Defense

In this Beginner Jiu-Jitsu Techniques lesson for Self-Defense you will learn how to do 5 Jiu-Jitsu and Self-Defense Techniques.

To get more Beginner Jiu-Jitsu and Self-Defense Techniques, check out the FREE TRITAC Intro Course here:

Here are the 5 Beginner Jiu-Jitsu Techniques

#1: Punch Defense using TRITAC Frame 1. Learn how to defend against a haymaker punch and enter into grappling range with TRITAC Frames

#2: Learn the Jiu-Jitsu Takedown Osoto Gari from an overhook control.

#3: The standing Jiu-Jitsu Armbar technique that is an easy self-defense and combat jiu-jitsu submission technique

#4: Side Control Escape. Side Control is one of the most difficult positions to escape from.

#5 Getting back to your feet. This is an underutilized Jiu-Jitsu technique that applies to self-defense, Jiu-Jitsu training and MMA.

For more Beginner Self-Defense Techniques, check out the TRITAC Martial Arts Intro Course: https://goo.gl/jVSpBR

The Jiu-Jitsu Combat Guard – TRITAC-Jitsu Scissor Guard Flow

Free TRITAC-Jitsu Lessons:
+ https://soulfighterstraining.com/ttj-lessons

Develop a BJJ “Combat Guard” with the first ground flow series in TRITAC-Jitsu: Scissor Guard Sweep Series.

Whether you’re learning Jiu-Jitsu for Self-Defense or BJJ for competition or just to train jiu-jitsu; you need to develop a good Jiu-Jitsu Guard.

In TRITAC-Jitsu, our focus in Combat Jiu-Jitsu. Our Jiu-Jitsu techniques need to work regardless if I am in a jiu-jitsu for self-defense situation, or I am just BJJ training, rolling or competing.

We call this our Jiu-Jitsu Combat Guard. BJJ is known for the ability to fight off your back and use the guard to sweep and submit your opponent.

In this TRITAC-Jitsu Jiu-Jitsu Combat Guard Video; you will learn:

00:00 – Introduction to the Combat BJJ Guard Scissor Sweeps by Matt Bryers from TRITAC-Jitsu
00:31 – BJJ Combat Guard vs BJJ Sport Guard
00:49 – Why learn the basic jiu-jitsu guard for self-defense and sport
01:01 – How to fight and defend in BJJ guard when you have no grips
01:36 – Fighting Stance of the Jiu-Jitsu Combat Guard, defensive position
02:01 – How to get to the scissor guard position and grip control
02:45 – Grips and controls when in the BJJ scissor guard
03:05 – Self-Defense strikes and applications in the BJJ Guard
03:50 – How to do the BJJ scissor sweep from scissor guard
04:35 – How to sweep and defend from guard when your opponent has a strong base
05:05 – The knee push sweep from the BJJ combat guard
06:05 – How to sweep and defend when your opponent starts standing in guard
06:30 – Elavator sweep from the scissor guard
07:30 – Importance of learning the elevator sweep for hip switch and learning to hooks in the BJJ guard
08:25 – Learning to use hooks in guard
08:45 – Another option to sweep your opponent or get out of the guard
09:30 – Use your legs and body to move your opponent in scissor guard
10:04 – Review of the sweeps from the BJJ Combat Guard / Scissor Guard position

More Info on TRITAC / BJJ

Free TRITAC 3-Part Course:
+ https://soulfighterstraining.com

Free TRITAC-Jitsu Lessons:
+ https://soulfighterstraining.com/ttj-lessons

Learn More about Soul Fighters Academy:
+ http://soulfightersacademy.com