Due to the Coronavirus, everything is cancelled on a grappling front until further notice. There will be no classes at Mill Hill BJJ, all comp are cancelled, and all upcoming seminars have met the same fate. It's shit but it's shit for everyone.
This is something I have been working on for a long time now, and with the extra free time I currently have, I am close to finishing the project. Within the next month I will officially launch the site, which will contain a plenty of content and a very systematic approach to online learning.
I have many ideas for Grappling Systems and this will just be the start. I feel the products on the current market are poorly organised and focus mainly on kicking out as much content as possible, and don't consider how their students will learn and develop from it (there are some exceptions). I want to do this better.
Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Black Belt under Nicholas Brooks. Sponsored athlete with leading fight wear company Scramble. Over 150 competitive grappling matches in a variety of rulesets, with 101 wins via submission!
Multiple IBJJF European Titles
Multiple British and English Titles
ADCC Nationals Ireland and Germany Champion
NAGA European Title and Multiple Expert Championships
Threw AJ Agazarm and Benson Henderson off a stage at Polaris!
Multiple time Battle Grapple Winner
First and Only SubF15teen Heavyweight Champion!
Level 40 Pokemon Go (26,310,926 XP)
My academic background includes a BSc in Psychology and a MSc in Cognitive Neuroscience (*Publication for those interested). I pursued further study into a PhD, focusing on the neuropsychological underpinnings of memory and learning, in particular those affected in neurodegenerative memory disorders such as Alzheimer's disease and other types of dementia. This has hugely influenced the way I personally developed my grappling skill set and how I teach others.
I have a very systematic approach to teaching and endeavour to find the optimal learning style and environment for each individual student.
Inside Sankaku Recovery System - Kuma Ashi (1 of 5)
The first of a 5 part mini-series on The Inside Sankaku Recovery System AKA Kuma Ashi. This video outline the position and how it is used to rescue a failing Inside Sankaku.
Inside Sankaku Recovery System - Kuma Ashi (2 of 5)
Switching legs from the Kuma Ashi.
Mount Control and Maintenance.
Smashed Sumi Gaeshi to Kneebar/Inside Sankaku - Inside Leg Lever
Dealing with annoying guard passers that smash your hooks when your trying to get to the Saddle/Inside Sankaku. Also, an incredible informative discussion about the John Wayne Sweep and its origins, featuring the comedy stylings of Steve Fage.
Smashed Sumi Gaeshi Hook to Kneebar/Inside Sankaku - Chin Strap
Second option to piss off the hook smashers and get to their leg.
IBJJF Legal Footlock from 50/50.
A nice switch grip footlock that you set up while transitioning from Outside Ashi to 50/50. I believe that it is legal at ALL belt levels under IBJJF rules...I think 😬
Identifying your personal learning style and preferences, in order to create an optimal approach and environment for progression.
In-depth analysis of previous fight footage, identifying strengths, weaknesses, and future training direction. Producing specific approaches to maximise your chances of defeating certain opponents or winning tournaments.
A complete approach to preparing you for competition. Are you preparing in the most efficient way to win?
All privates are taught at Mill Hill BJJ unless otherwise agreed
These can be utilised on a short or long-term basis. Short-term, they can help to tweak specific areas or solve technical problems. Long-term they will be used to systematically work through an optimal approach to rapidly enhance your all around grappling. In other words, you'll tap more people!
I am a big fan of creating beneficial working pairs when it comes to developing grappling skills. A reliable and engaging training partner can be a huge advantage. This option allows you to share the cost, as well as create an efficient collaborative group to push your learning forward.
Seminars (3 Hours) & Workshops (2 Hours) focusing on a wide range of technical areas in both gi and nogi grappling. **Prices on enquiry**
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