J Getting Up

If you manage to force your opponent outside of striking range or he willingly gives you that distance, you want to w explode back to your feet utilizing this technique. It's something that most jiu-jitsu practitioners learn on their first day, yet it is the most overlooked move of all time. It's pretty self-explanatory. First, prop yourself up on one arm. Watch h your opponent's footwork and search for an opening to explode back to your feet. If your opponent comes in with a 2 kick as you're on your way up, drop back into the shell and immediately start throwing push kicks to create distance. 0 What you don't want is to get up slow and allow your opponent to hone in on his target and throw a fight-ending strike. You have to drill this movement over and over so you can explode up in a flash. Anytime you're lying down at the

0 beach, chilling on the mats, or watching TV on your living room floor, you want to utilize this technique to get up. In a 2 few weeks time you will realize that it's the most natural and effective way to get up off your back.

Boxing Simplified

Boxing Simplified

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