Zenyo’s Fundamental Program builds upon the base you’ve created. The program adds another layer of control and movement to your Jiu Jitsu. Zenyo’s fundamental program gives you a structure to know exactly what you need to learn.
Our focus is on learning as a skill first; then how to apply learning to jiu jitsu. Learning is a process. Learning takes relaxation at times, and intense focus at other times. Learning happens not only consciously but also subconsciously. If you follow the process, and trust the process, you will succeed.
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“The uncomfortable reality is this,” Peter Brown writes in Make It Stick: The Science of Successful Learning. “The most effective learning strategies do not feel productive, whereas the less effective strategies we often favor create illusions of mastery … Mastery requires understanding of the concepts behind a (subject), connecting them to what you already know and elaborating on them in your own (way). For memory to be durable, you need to periodically practice retrieving it.”
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Wth standard lapel and sleeve Judo grips, pull and sweep to the sleeve side. The foot works mainly as a block as you rotate your partner around. Focus on keeping your back straight and your hips extended.
The kimura is applied with the figure-four grip around the elbow and wrist. Start with the far-side underhook from side control. As you bring yourself to kneeling, switch your grip and apply force behind the back.
The butterfly sweep is executed with one hook underneath your partner’s knee. The other leg pushes into the ground and raise your hips. Make sure to block the arm on the sweep side. Tuck your elbow and roll over your shoulder to finish in side control.
The torso escape is three movements: first escape your head, then escape your hips; third, recover your guard with the outside leg first. It is important to escape your head first to avoid being trapped under the weight of your partner.
The knee cut is used when your partner blocks you from passing with two legs outside the guard in the leg drag. Step into the middle with one leg outside of the guard, drive the knee over the thigh and to the ground. Control the lapel and sleeve to keep your partner flat and finish the pass.
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