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    Grip Power Matters

    60 percent of jiu jitsu is grip power and engagement of dominant grips. Everybody is talking about dominant positions but the real key is that. When you have right connections with your opponent even you know a few techniques you can kill him. So keep in mind dominant grips before position before submission.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the Lich Samurai View Post
    60 percent of jiu jitsu is grip power and engagement of dominant grips. Everybody is talking about dominant positions but the real key is that. When you have right connections with your opponent even you know a few techniques you can kill him. So keep in mind dominant grips before position before submission.
    Grip breaks and grip fighting also matter also. Jimmy Pedro and Rhadi Ferguson changed my mentality on all that jive around blue belt. It is good mindset to add to defense first escape second position first submission second.

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    too many alsos*

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    Grip, squeeze, clinch, pressure, all of it
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    It’s a question of range. At the farthest ranges, Grips are first, once you’re closer, they naturally are not.
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    I used to take the grippers and then twist my wrist in 90 degrees

    these are awesome grippers
    http://www.ironmind.com/product-info/grip-strength-training-tools/captains-of-crush-grippers/


    they've expanded their products since I last had a look there, lots of awesome grip training tools.

    here this link is better, they talk about the 3 dimensions of grip training
    http://www.ironmind.com/product-info...-to-dust-cube/


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