DOJO vs STREET: Fighting Techniques with Hoodie

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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.

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