White Belt University 1.42 Hip Mobility - Traditional, One Foot, and Two Feet Hip Escapes

White Belt University 1.42 Hip Mobility - Traditional, One Foot, and Two Feet Hip Escapes

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This core movement is used to train ourselves to pivot our hips in a way to increase mobility and create space in sticky situations. It's often used to create distance between fighters or to escape from bad positions. Hip movement is very important for bottom guard players in grappling. It can also be used to create leverage, get back to standing, or finish submissions. This movement is practiced daily at most grappling gyms to ingrain it into muscle memory.


White Belt University 1.43 Hip Mobility - Hip Escape Belly Down

White Belt University 1.43 Hip Mobility - Hip Escape Belly Down

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In this lesson we combine the movement from the previous lesson and hip escape to swing our hips to a belly down situation to get back up to our knees or feet. This movement is commonly used by grapplers who are pinned on bottom and are looking to escape from side control to recover their guard or get back to a standing position.

White Belt University 1.44 Hip Mobiliy - Ginaustica Side to Side Drill

White Belt University 1.44 Hip Mobiliy - Ginaustica Side to Side Drill

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This floor drill is a Ginaustica Natural movement and teaches balance and mobility to swing your legs from side to side. This drill can be used to build endurance, strength, and mobility in your abs and hips to condition our fighters to be more nimble in their seated transitions.

White Belt University 1.51 Standing - The Technical Standup and Getup

White Belt University 1.51 Standing - The Technical Standup and Getup

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Xande teaches the proper way to perform a technical stand up. This drill teaches fighters how to go from a seated position to your feet while minimizing the risk of being kicked in the face or being taken down in the process.

White Belt University 1.52 Sitting - The Safe Seat

White Belt University 1.52 Sitting - The Safe Seat

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Xande teaches the proper way to go from your knees or a standing position back to a seated position. This movement is important to condition in grapplers to avoid unnecessary trauma to our knees when falling backwards. It is common for our opponents to push and pull to destabilize our balance and this drill conditions us for safety in these situations.

White Belt University 1.53 Standing - The Warrior Walk

White Belt University 1.53 Standing - The Warrior Walk

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Xande teaches a Ginaustica Natural movement called the Warrior Walk often found in guard passing such as the double underleg guard pass. This movement teaches us how to raise one knee and come forward so that we can apply pressure and immobilize our opponent's hips to pass their guard.