Category: Revgear MMA Videos

TOW #33 – Muay Thai: Advanced Combo #2

This week we have an all new Muay Thai technique presented to you by Alan Jouban.  Combos are a great way to gain an advantage over your opponent. Mixing up kicks and punches will make it difficult for your opponent to effectively counter. Make sure to sit down a tad in order to ready yourself to deliver a body shot. Lastly, step out 45 degrees on...

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TOW #29 – Jiu Jitsu: Iron Sheik

Jiu Jitsu is the discipline in discussion this week folks. Scotty Epstein is going to walk you though the motions of the submission move known as  the Iron Sheik. This move is effective if your opponent has a good defense making it difficult to slip in your arm for the choke. You’ll need to stay dominant with your hip control as you move your arms...

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TOW #27 – Muay Thai: Jab Feint to Low Kick

This week we are coming at ya from Legends MMA in Huntington Beach. Our coach for this technique is none other than Alan Jouban.  Jab feint to low kick is this week’s Muay Thai tip and when executed properly can be devastating to your opponent. Start by working the jab and finding your distance. Once your opponent is tired of eating your jabs they will...

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TOW #26 – Jiu Jitsu: One Arm Choke

This week we are bringing you an all new Jiu Jitsu technique.  Having good hand positioning in Jiu Jitsu is crucial if you want to gain an advantage over your opponent. Watch and learn as Scotty breaks down the One Arm Choke step by step. For this technique you must first break your opponents grip then slip your arm under their chin and finally finish...

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TOW #25 – Muay Thai: Clinch To Knee

This week we have a Muay Thai technique for you. In Muay Thai, having control in the clinch could be beneficial.  This video will teach how to gain an advantage in the clinch and deliver a powerful knee. Remember to not get stuck fighting for position while in the clinch. Instead use your technique and body position to gain an advantage and throw a counter...

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TOW #24 – Wrestling: Hi-Crotch to Double Leg

We’re back again with a all new technique for you to learn. This week Conor “The Hurricane” Heun and Curtis Hembroff take you through the motions of shooting a Hi-Crotch and transitioning to a Double Leg finish. Level changes and head placement are very important things to keep in mind when utilizing this technique. Did you like this video? Want to see more? Be sure...

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TOW# 23 – Wrestling: Pull Over to Double Leg Take Down

The double leg take down is the most popular take down in all of MMA. This week’s technique is the pull over to double leg take down. Watch as Curtis demonstrates the pull over set up and how to properly finish the double leg take down. Pay attention to hand placement, your opponents balance and driving through your opponent to finish the shot. What is...

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Jon Jones Winning in Revgear MMA Shorts

Before he was the famous UFC Light Heavyweight Champ, Jon Jones entered into grappling competitions. You can see him here wearing Revgear MMA Shorts at the 2008 Northeastern Grappler’s Challenge. See all of Revgear’s MMA shorts they have to offer here http://www.revgear.com/category/men-shorts     ...

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TOW #21 – Jiu Jitsu: No Hand Pass

Do you know how to pass guard with no hands? Watch and learn as Revgear team fighters Scott Epstein and Dean Geyer (yes, the Australian) break down the Jiu-Jitsu NO hand pass. Some key things to remember when practicing this technique are to not let your opponent keep their double under hooks, make sure your hips stay on top and drive your weight forward. If...

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TOW #20 – MMA: Pummel Push Drag Double Leg Take Down

This week’s MMA technique is another key set up to have in your grappling arsenal. Learn as Conor and Curtis take you through the steps of how to secure your hand position and transition into a setup for your double leg take down. Remember, head placement, hand position and lowering your level are all ways to ensure your take down.  Now over to you, how...

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