How to Choke Out, Lock Up or KO Any Attacker ...within Seconds!
(with Live Proof on Video)
After achieving Black Belt Certification at 17 in Kyokushin Karate (the strongest Karate system in the world) & becoming one of the youngest "non-Asian" Bare Knuckle Full Contact champions at only 21 in 1987 (recorded live on the "Knock Out Any Attacker" Video), I put on a white belt & earned Black Belts in Judo & Brazilian Jiu Jitsu! You will save many years of guesswork and thousands of dollars.
I actually "cracked the code" to highly accelerated learning techniques!
With the very information revealed in these videos, I was throwing & tapping BLACK BELTS with decades of experience in the Black Belt division of many tournaments. (see live matches on the "Advanced Grappling & Groundfighting" Video)
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Respectfully, Marco Lala
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This tape is a continuation of volume 1 with the following "master" list of positions and drills covered:
1. Top hold position continued
2. Vertical 4- corner hold ( the mount )
3. Floating hold / uki gatame
4. Mounted triangle hold
5. Hands and knees position
6. Flat on stomach position
7. Working off knees to get into a top position such as scarf hold
8. Spin-and-pin drill
9. Mount/guard rolling drill
10. Turnovers of opponent in turtle position
11. Striking possibilities against someone in turtle or hands and knees position
12. The Osae komi or Pinning kata (predetermined sequence of top positions, done as a continuous pattern for maximum muscle memory)
Moving from position to position is to either achieve a submission or to move to a superior position. To end the fight in a NHB or street context, strikes can also be included to achieve this aim. The idea of holding down an opponent for a certain length of time seems to be oriented mostly to sport competition, such as in Judo. Mr. Lala correctly makes the point that it is ironic how certain events call themselves NHB, when they disallow such tactics. In demonstrating these techniques Mr. Lala once again clearly shows how self defence oriented his mix of striking and grappling arts is.
This video follows Mr. Lala's typical format of showing many of the smaller, yet important details of the techniques, showing possible variations, counters to escape attempts and using, as usual, multiple angles where and when necessary. The Osae komi kata alone is worth the price of this tape.
Original Release: 1997 RT: 50 min
Founder of Tettsu-Bushi Jitsu Fighting System
Holds Black Belts in Kyokushin Karate; Brazilian Jiu Jitsu & Kodokan Judo
Former Bare Knuckle Champion
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I started my martial arts training in 1994. Once I started I was hooked for life. I would buy every TKD and martial arts magazine I could find in the bookstores. I was always interested in the ads I would see for different products or videos (this was before dvd’s:). I can’t tell you how much money I spent on different videos, books, and stretching machines, but I can tell you that most of them were not worth what I paid for them. I remember very clearly ordering and receiving my first video from Marco Lala, “Beyond Splits, Volume 1”. I can’t remember what I paid but I do remember thinking I got more than my money’s worth. It wasn’t long before I owned every vhs tape he had produced. What I loved and still love about the videos is that I find them incredibly inspirational. When I see Marco going through the drills or exercises in a school yard, his backyard, basement, or old dojo I get excited and ready to train. I opened my own TKD academy in 1999 and purchased all the Iron Warrior instructional as DVD’s. Over the years I no longer watch anything on DVD eventually got rid of all those videos. I am so thrilled that they are being re-released on a downloadable format. These videos are just as educational, relevant, and inspirational to me today as they were over 20 years ago. I think they are an invaluable addition to anyone’s library regardless of the art you practice. If you are a karate or TKD practitioner these videos will give you endless ideas for training, teaching classes, and can add a whole new dimension of ground fighting to your arsenal. I find my energy to train and teach gets a boost every time I watch a few minutes of the videos. I am very grateful these are available to us all again! OSU!!
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