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The Knee Wedge Guard Break


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Ivan says May 9, 2018

Every video I’ve watched has great solutions. I have problems getting out of holds and you have given me solutions.

Thank you so very much

    David Avellan says May 11, 2018

    You are welcome 🙂

Orlando says March 3, 2019

I receive the daily message. The content provided in these communications are at a high level technical and effectiveness that do not lead the grappler down the path of strength being the determinant of success. It actually provides leads the grappler done a path of sound technique. Others have tried but their instruction is not at the “Avellan Level!” I have subscriptions to many websites with good instructors with good intentions, but a good teacher is evaluated by the success that their students achieve. I have grappled for years, never earned a belt because of life work and travel, but after trying using the Avellan approach has been the most effective for me a 55 year old man! Hey, I just created the term “Avellan Approach!! Yeah Boy!

Gaurav says October 2, 2019

Awesome technique..really like the way you describe the things..and when I roll these things work 80% of the time…thanks..

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