My wife and I are getting ready to embark on our honeymoon to the Maldives within the next few days. Of course, I’m excited to get to do more scuba diving and enjoying the beautiful views.
But, a part of me is not looking forward to breaking my routine. Not so much the fitness routine, as I can maintain that over there well enough. I’m talking about my daily posts. It took a year and change for me to get my act back together, and after a few good weeks of building my content up, I’m going to have to cut and run. I won’t have internet access for the first half of the trip, which definitely makes it tricky.
Fortunately, I have a plan. I have a treasure trove of seminar and camp footage that I have not released publicly before that I’m going to share while I’m away. Looking through my content, I’m going to share my last camp in Costa Rica, back from April 2021. This was an encore Kimura Trap System camp, where we focused on everything Kimura.
I start the camps with a bang, focusing on the most important aspect of the system – the Kimura from side control. When this technique is fully understood and mastered, you will be a menace to everyone that shares the mats with you.
There are 8 key points to this technique, which most beginners only know 3-4, with experts knowing maybe 5-6. I have yet to encounter someone that knew all 8 points before I met them, so before you dismiss the Kimura from side mount as being “basic,” I urge you to take a close look. The 1 or 2 points you might not know can result in huge gains of efficiency.
P.S. > If you enjoyed this video, you could be featured in my next video by joining my next camp. I’m going to be heading back to Costa Rica from June 6-12 with Hero Academy.
Hero Academy is a 501c3 charity that helps the local community of Tamarindo, in part by giving all kids free instruction in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. So by registering, not only are you rewarding yourself with a training vacation, but the proceeds are going to support the charity and local community. A true win/win situation. You can learn more about it below:
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