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TOW #39 – MUAY THAI: KICK FEINT TO BACK LEG SWEEP

Muay Thai is the name of the game this week.  This tip will focus on keeping your opponent off balance. Your opponent being off balance is a sure fire way to set up for almost any offensive strike.  In this week’s video Alan walks you through the Feint Kick to Back Leg Sweep. Make sure your first few kicks have some zip behind ‘em or...

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TOW #35 – Muy Thai: Advanced Combo #1

This week we venture back to “the art of eight limbs.” Combos are advanced techniques and take time to incorporate into your style. But once grasped the effectiveness of a good, clean combo can be deadly. Watch as Alan shows you the flow of an advanced Muay Thai combo. This combo will focus on changing levels in your strikes: lead leg switch kick to the...

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Intense Training Requires Intense Gear!

Contributing Guest Blogger Micah Hankins, Owner Paradox Fitness & Martial Arts, California In my twenty plus years as a trainer there is something I’ve observed that cannot be taught though is vitally important. Now don’t get me wrong, people can be made aware of this thing that I speak of, but it is on them to either foster it, build it or not build it. One...

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TOW #31 – Jiu Jitsu: Double Arm Bar

We have all seen the damage an arm bar can do in Jiu Jitsu. But what happens when your opponent figures out your set up move? Or maybe your rubber guard isn’t doing the trick. Don’t fear Scotty Epstein is here to help. Learn the fundamentals step by step as Scotty goes through the proper techniques of the double arm bar. Some key components of...

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TOW #30 – Muay Thai: Jab Switch Kick

This week we have a rather tricky Muay Thai technique for you.  In this tutorial, Alan and Eddie will show you how to use your lead side more efficiently. After peppering your opponent with cleans jabs he will begin to block the jabs which will hinder his line of vision. When your jab comes in, load up and prep your feet for a switch kick....

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Tim Kennedy Talks about his Freedom and Wearing Revgear Vale Tudo Shorts at UFC 162 vs Roger Gracie

On the brinks of his UFC debut this weekend at UFC 162, Tim Kennedy takes time out of his busy schedule to chat with Revgear.  As an active member of the Green Beret’s and Army Ranger’s, Kennedy has been recognized for his valor under fire during his time at war.  As a result of his decorated military career, Kennedy has strong opinions and feelings in...

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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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Revgear In UFC 161: Evans vs. Henderson

This past Saturday (June 15, 2013) fight fans packed the MTS Centre in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada for UFC 161 Evens vs. Henderson. Revgear sponsored fighters Mitch Clarke, James Krause, Rosi Sexton and Pat Barry were all part of the 161 card. Clark went home went home with a victory over opponent John Maguire. And Krause (see wearing the white Revgear Staredown Pro Vale Tudo shorts)  pulled out a...

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TOW #28 – Wrestling: Slap Drag Single

Boy do we have a great Technique of the Week for you.  All throughout my wrestling career, my number one shot was the arm drag single.  This is an excellent variation of that shot.  Learn how to catch your opponent off guard as Conor shows you the trick to finishing the slap drag single.  Hope this video helped and come back next week for an...

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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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