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Brazilian Jiu Jitsu in Japan Video - The Lytle Technique explained!

After reading the Judo Chop on "The Lytle" from UFC 116, I thought now was as good a time as any to share a video I made earlier this year.

Some of you may have seen this on my blog, or on Fightlinker.

It's a series I'm making called "Grappling Dummies" about MMA and jiu jitsu, with the focus on grapplers and grappling.

It's about a trip I took to Japan (where I used to live) and the BJJ training I did there. I'm returning there in September for a top secret project involving - hopefully - lots of famous Japanese MMA people.

I've also just finished editing an interview with Greg Nelson that will be up in the next couple of days.

Anyway, if you want to see a jiu jitsu style explanation of "The Lytle", skip to around 18:30 (yes, it's a long video!)

BJJ black belt Yuki Ishikawa explains.

Or you could just watch the whole thing.

 

Grappling Dummies 2.0 BJJ in Japan from martial farts on Vimeo.

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