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    I train 50/50 gi/no-gi. Pretty much everything i learn in 10th Planet I use in gi and it works great, if not better. It's much harder for your opponent to get out of your clinching game when there is a gi involved. Plus there is all kinds of grips you can find to make it even better, like the one mentioned above about hugging your knee in RG and gripping back of the collar. I love that one, once you get it it's effortless to hang out there and create opporutnities.

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    The best thing about no gi, is that when your hands cramp from gripping the gi, you just go back to your no gi grips to stay in the fight.

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    Silva BJJ Yucaipa
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    This thread really speaks for training both ways.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trez Reyna View Post
    Interesting. Will try this Monday. Thanks for posting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Hickman View Post
    Interesting. Will try this Monday. Thanks for posting.
    I came across that video about a year ago haha. Glad I could help. See you Saturday!!
    10th Planet, It's How I Roll

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trez Reyna View Post
    I came across that video about a year ago haha. Glad I could help. See you Saturday!!
    Thnx for posting it

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