Gracie Master Cycle Blue Belt Stripe 1 mp4
Salepage : Gracie Master Cycle Blue Belt Stripe 1 mp4
Courses Filesize : 1.33 GB
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HandBrake DVD rip to mp4 encode for mobile devices, and includes the PDFs
Beyond blue belt, Gracie Jiu-Jitsu consists of hundreds of advanced techniques, all of which have been organized into a clearly defined, systematic curriculum called the Master Cycle . The Master Cycle is broken down into three levels: purple belt, brown belt, and black belt. Advancement within each belt level requires successful completion of four stripe courses, each of which features 50-60 lessons which are divided into seven positional chapters. On this DVD, Ryron and Rener explain the entire Blue Belt Stripe 1 testing process and they demonstrate all 160 techniques that must be perfected for promotion consideration.
The Six Drills
The Blue Belt Stripe 1 Official Test consists of six drills, three Technical Drills and three full-resistance Sparring Drills. On this DVD, Ryron and Rener Gracie discuss the parameters of each drill as well as demonstrate all 160 techniques in the exact order that will be expected of you. The brothers also explain the grading criteria that will be used to grade your performance.
Drill 1: Mount & Side Mount Techniques
Drill 2: Guard & Half Guard Techniques
Drill 3: Back Mount, Leg Locks & Standing Techniques
Drill 4: Gi Sparring
Drill 5: No-gi Sparring
Drill 6: Fight Simulation Sparring
Bonus Section: Brotherly Battles
(Only 1 narration track encoded for the Brotherly Battles, I’ll look at re-encoding with both when I get time)
Hélio Gracie (October 1, 1913 – January 29, 2009) was a Brazilian martial artist who together with his brothers Oswaldo, Gastao Jr, George & Carlos Gracie founded and developed the self-defense martial art system of Gracie Jiu-Jitsu, also known as Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.
Considered as the Godfather of BJJ, according to Rorion Gracie, his father Hélio is one of the first sports heroes in Brazilian history; he was named Man of the Year in 1997 by the American martial arts publication Black Belt magazine. A patriarch of the Gracie family, multiple members of his family have gone on to have successful careers in combat sport competition including mixed martial arts (MMA)