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VIDEO: Striking Combinations with Trevor Hayes

Striking combos with Trevor Hayes

Want to learn to punch and kick people better? Watch Trevor work Cowboy Karate magic in this first of two striking combination videos! (The one we posted earlier only half uploaded because of Jeff's janky home Internet. Eat it, Frontier Internet. Watch this one though!)

Posted by Dirty White Belt Radio on Thursday, February 11, 2016

VIDEO: Catch a Kick, Then Attack From the Clinch: Muay Thai w/Chris Clodfelter

Catch a kick, then throw elbows & knees for Muay Thai

Learn to properly catch a kick — and deliver elbows and knees in response — with show guest Chris Clodfelter of Eight Points Muay Thai & Fitness!

Posted by Dirty White Belt Radio on Friday, February 5, 2016

VIDEO: Side Control Pressure Techniques with Roy Marsh

Roy Marsh's pressure side control for jiujitsu

Need to exert dominance in side control? Sure you do! Roy Marsh, Royce Gracie black belt and ConcussionCast guest, shows you how to amplify your control and pressure. If you want to make opponents beg for mercy (or just see Jeff suffer), you need to watch this. And you also ought to listen to our interview with Roy on iTunes, and check out the Cageside ConcussionCast every Sunday at 10 a.m. on WHUPfm.org. The podcast is on iTunes and Stitcher and whatever podcatcher tickles your fancy.

Posted by Dirty White Belt Radio on Wednesday, January 20, 2016

VIDEO: Counter a Kick With a Catch & Right Cross: Muay Thai with Chris Clodfelter

Counter a kick with a catch & right cross

Catch a Muay Thai kick the right way, then deliver a counter right hand in response — under the expert tutelage of Eight Points Muay Thai & Fitness's Chris Clodfelter!

Posted by Dirty White Belt Radio on Monday, February 8, 2016

VIDEO: Fluffy Carb Theory of Nutrition with John “Bagels” Telford

Fluffy Carbs: Bagels explains fight nutrition

Learn your nutrition science! Listen to John "Bagels" Telford explain the difference between fluffy carbs and sticky carbs.

Posted by Dirty White Belt Radio on Monday, January 18, 2016

VIDEO: Striking Transitions to Takedowns With James Quigg

James Quigg: Striking Transitions to Takedown

Martial arts is problem solving: James Quigg shows you how to use strikes to set up your takedowns, solving the problem of a standing opponent. Quigg makes his pro debut Feb. 20 in Georgia: get tickets at this link and use the promo code "Quigg." (And go to our live event May 1, for the love of all that is good and decent).http://ev9.evenue.net/cgi-bin/ncommerce3/SEGetEventInfo?ticketCode=GS%3AAUGUSTA!M%3AAEC16%3AMMA16%3A&linkID=m-global-augusta&shopperContext&pc&caller&appCode&groupCode=MMA&cgc

Posted by Dirty White Belt Radio on Wednesday, February 3, 2016

VIDEO: The Razzle Dazzle Choke from Side Control with John “Bagels” Telford

When you don't just want to choke someone, but you want style points, try the Razzle Dazzle choke. Today's guest, John "Bagels" Telford shows you how!

Posted by Dirty White Belt Radio on Sunday, January 10, 2016

VIDEO: CJ Murdock’s Matches at South American Cup, 2016

CJ Murdock's first match at South American Cup

Toro athlete CJ Murdock just competed at the South American Cup in Brazil, and his matches were commented on by black belt world champion Felipe Costa! Check out his first match.

Posted by Dirty White Belt Radio on Monday, January 18, 2016

VIDEO: D’Arce Choke From the Double Under Pass with David Porter

David Porter's D'Arce choke from the double under pass

David Porter's D'Arce chokes are respected by everyone who has watched him work. Here, the Pedro Sauer brown belt — and our guest this Sunday — shows a sweet D'arce setup from the double under guard pass position. Watch, learn, and listen to Dave on the show Jan. 24 at 10 a.m. on WHUPfm.org! You can also download from iTunes, Stitcher or the podcatcher of your choice.

Posted by Dirty White Belt Radio on Thursday, January 21, 2016

VIDEO: David Porter’s D’Arce Finishes

Dave Porter's D'Arce Choke Finishes

Wondered how David Porter finishes his D'Arce? Learn how with this video. We got a great question for Dave about the choke, which can be finished top/bottom and/or on either hip. What is interesting about Porter is that he's one of the few people to voluntarily give up a top D'arce position to get there, often by something Bill Cooper calls a "Sonic the Hedgehog" roll. Andrew Foster suggested we ask Dave about that bottom hip and Sonic-roll finish: thanks for the great question! You can listen to Dave's answer on the podcast, and you can see a video with him finishing two D'Arces here.

Posted by Dirty White Belt Radio on Sunday, January 24, 2016