ESP RAW 156
Boxing Like Fitzsimmons, Guillotine Beats, & Cockle-Burr Ride Meanness
The 7th volume of the improved format includes:
- 19-GPP Combat Specific Conditioning Challenges.
- We will provide a Benchmark PT Test to open this unit and end this month with a repeat to see if we're getting the job done.
- Among the fun challenges: Lots of bridge work, agility rolls, bob & weave rope drills, and speed sprawl/pop-up & sprint circuits.
- This volume also has 6 Boxing Drills (24 rounds minimum w/ Compass Protocol) our focus on this volume is boxing like the Legendary Bob Fitzsimmons.
- You'll see why we've been so picky with footwork because now it's time to add that Fitz magic and start using his almost uncanny lifts and drops to put some crazy stink on uppercuts and straight rear hands.
- We will also drill his inside line safety-so, so sweet. If you are a Muay Thai practitioner you'll love the subtlety of securing the line.
- And we'll start using the Fitzsimmons Drag to literally spin an offensive opponent. You're going to want some additional protective gear for this one, it's got some surprising hurt on it.
- Next, let's talk Guillotine defense, specifically you've got a nice double-leg in your arsenal but that Team Alpha Male guillotine has you worried-and rightfully so.
- We present 5 Drills vs. the Guillotine that is slapped on versus your double-leg. Lack these tactics and perhaps you should re-consider that shoot.
- On the Mat we will put the oh, so useful Bar & Chancery series thru it's Short Offense paces and present "Yeah, but what if I can't secure the head?" options.
- On RAW 155 we presented more than a few fun finishes of of a Cockle-Burr ride but the intelligent question of just how does one secure this unusual ride have hit my inbox. Well, we shall deal with that, hit some Wrist Chanceries and Pump Handles along the way.
- We'll use some unpleasant Neck-Drives and Pulled Hammers vs. an opponent rising from the Cockle-Burr and believe it or not, how this ride opens up an honest-to-god Full Nelson. The real one, not the show version.
- We'll also use an exposed hip to slide a hook in, not to go Double-Knife Ride but to bait to a surprising reversal that gets your hips back to bi-section like a good wrestler wants it.
Man, I love this volume! We're finally getting out of the basics weeds into the mean, mean, meanness of the old school combination masters-what's not to love?
This volume (as with all volumes of RAW) comes with a printed syllabus for inclusion in your training notebook.