Greg Nelson – NHB Workshop
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NHB Workshop with Greg Nelson
Maintain a competitive advantage. Being successful in all ranges of fighting and a threat whether standing or on the ground will provide you with a decisive advantage over your opponent. Today, ALL of the best NHB and submission competitors employ cross training. Combining hitting from Muay Thai, takedowns and control from wrestling, position, submission, and escapes from Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, and Combat Submission Wrestling solves the issue of efficient cross training. The same exercises, tactics, and training methods utilized by elite Muay Thai, NHB, Submission Wrestlers, UFC veterans, and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu athletes may be yours. Greg Nelson is the owner of the Minnesota Martial Arts Academy and one of the country’s best Muay Thai and Mixed Martial Arts instructors.
Greg Nelson, a former college wrestler, Advanced Student in Shooto, Combat Submission Wrestling Instructor, Brown Belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, and top Muay Thai Instructor, is able to teach the essence of all of these arts in a progressive and effective way that benefits all levels, from beginner to competitive fighter.
Greg has produced several high rated fighters throughout the years, including Sean Sherk, Dave Menne, Brad Kohler, John Renken, James Cook, and countless amateur NHB and Muay Thai champions.
Techniques in Volume 1
Straight Knee, Curve Knee, and Straight Upward Knee
4. Arm Weaving 5. Chest Pummeling 6. Lat Pull
7. Arm Dragging
9. Over-Under Weaving; 10. Head and Elbow Crunch; 11. Elbow Lift to Straight Knee
12. Body Tackle to Elbow Lift
13. Clinch Curve Knee Flow 14. Same Side Knee Off Balancing Pull
15. Off-Balancing Pull on the Opposite Side
17. Head Steering to Knee 16. Inside Foot Sweep
18. Outside Foot Sweep 19. Outside Leg Sweep Running time: 45 minutes
Techniques in Volume 2
1. Hip-Knee Pop
2. 3/4 cut 3. Sprawl to 3/4 cut
4. Rigid Arm
5. Stop for the Forearm 6. Stop for the Head
7. Overhand uppercut
Stop Counter for the Forearm
Warm-up Thigh Kicking
10. Double Leg Catch
11. Leg Catch for Cut Support
12. Knee Bar Support Cut
13. 3/4 half vs single
14. Side Position Single Arm Attack
15. Body Lift with Both Legs
16. Corner Turn 17. Guard Pass Hip In
Running time for the Wall Pin is roughly 48 minutes.
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