Heavy Hand Fighting: A Systematic Approach to Collar Ties...


This Instructional WILL teach you how to gas your opponents out & Create more Scoring Opportunities on the Feet


This course will be focused primarily on hand fighting from the most common position in stand-up grappling: The Collar Tie.


Course Outline:

Instructional Length: 1 Hour 47 Minutes


Section 1: Techniques

  • Intro: 1 minute 20 seconds
  • The Back Hand: 1 minute 9 seconds
  • Lead Hand: 1 minute 15 seconds
  • Stance: 2 minutes 2 seconds
  • Collar Tie Position: 2 minutes 16 seconds
  • Secondary Hand Positioning: 1 minute 29 seconds
  • Head Position: 1 minute 15 seconds
  • Fighting for Inside Position: 2 minutes
  • Wrist Roll: 5 minutes 11 seconds
  • Wrist Snap: 3 minutes 18 seconds
  • Elbow Pass: 2 minutes 30 seconds
  • Putting it All Together: 1 minute 42 seconds
  • Countering Wrist Roll: 5 minutes 1 second
  • Short Choppy Snaps at An Angle: 1 minute 50 seconds
  • Replacing Collar Ties: 3 minutes 59 seconds
  • Create a Snap: 3 minutes 34 seconds
  • Steering Wheel: 1 minute 55 seconds
  • Steering Wheel Combo: 2 minutes 26 seconds
  • Utilize Fakes & Heavy Hands: 3 minutes 15 seconds
  • Short Choppy Steps & Wrist Snaps: 2 minutes 31 seconds
  • Fakes to Wrist Snaps: 1 minute 8 seconds
  • Wrist Roll Fake Snap: 1 minute 47 seconds
  • Intro to Over Tie: 1 minute 51 seconds
  • Using the Over Tie Effectively: 1 minute 54 seconds
  • Over Tie Snap to Collar Tie: 1 minute 42 seconds
  • Putting it All Together: 2 minutes 38 seconds
  • Pummel Drill: 1 minute 4 seconds
  • 2-2-2 Drill: 1 minute 29 seconds
  • Iowa-Okie Drill: 2 minutes 39 seconds
  • Hand Fighting Rounds: 2 minutes 41 seconds
  • What Now? (Conclusion & Word of Advice): 2 minutes 45 seconds


Section 2: Match Review

  • ADCC Trials vs Division 1 Big 10 Champion, UWW Grappling World Champion, and ADCC Trials Finalist Mario Gonzales
  • 2021 NAIA National Finals vs. USA Greco World Team Trials Finalist Tanner Farmer
  • IBJJF No-Gi Worlds vs. Columbian Free Style World Team Member & CCCA National Champion J. Darius Smith
  • No-Gi World Finals vs. Former College Wrestler M.G-Espinoza


In grappling, whether it be BJJ or Wrestling, Hand Fighting is the foundation of any great takedown artist game. In fact, I would argue that if one is not good at hand fighting, then they are not good at takedowns. 


With that being said, there are many different areas of Hand Fighting and therefore so many different areas to be studied. This course will cover one of those specific areas in depth: The Collar Tie.


This is without a doubt the most common tie-up/form of hand fighting that we see utilized in all forms of No-Gi Grappling and therefore should be studied and practice in-depth.


A Collar-Tie can be your best friend OR your worst enemy...


Once you've developed significant knowledge covering the Collar-Tie, you can control where the match goes on the feet, you can gas your opponents out, and you can force your opponent to take bad shots, leading to counters like re-attacks in Wrestling, or even more dangerously, submissions in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.


That's the power of a good Collar-Tie and that's what you'll learn to utilize very well in this instructional.


Start Drowning Your Opponents With heavy Hand Today!


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