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I had been wanting to film this technique all last week after UFC 150 but it wasn’t until last night that I finally had the chance.

This video breaks down the details of the upkick that Ben Henderson hit Frankie Edgar with at UFC 150. I also include some other details that you can use in your training to make the attack very effective.

Hope you can put it to good use!

It’s been too long!

Too long since I posted a new MMA technique. I’ve been so busy with the new “Slammer in the Hammer” mixed martial arts event I’m promoting –on June 17th at Copps Coliseum in Hamilton– along with all of the other coaching I’ve been doing.

But I’m back and I promise to be back posting new, cool and useful stuff regularly.

In this video I show one way that I use often to work my way back to my feet from the closed guard position.

Check it out!

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Thanks to everyone for your feedback on the fighting stance video. The response was great.

I’m really glad you liked it and I hope it helps you get hit less often during your training and of course your fights as well :) .

A few guys posted and emailed to tell me that they like to keep their front foot facing forward instead of using my slightly inward style foot positioning.

What’s their reasoning for using that variation?

A few of them said so they can easily step forward while extending their jab.

They were wondering if I had any trouble jabbing from my stance.  If you watch any of my fights notice that the jab is one of my best weapons.

My stance is the main reason the punch works so well for me during training and in my fights!

It just takes some solid instruction and a lot of practice to master it.

In response to those questions I created a video to break down the basics of how I throw my jab and have also included some footage of me landing it against some tough opponents.

The instructional part of that video is one of the 100+ training videos that make up my new MMA QuickStart Training Program.

The program, designed specifically for beginners and those looking to master the basics is now available

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It’s full of many great features and I’m very excited to say that it is ready to launch after more than two years in development.

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My New MMA Training Program for Beginners!

To be completely honest, I remember a time, nearly fifteen years ago, when I couldn’t imagine my life without the thrill of competition.

I’d often ask my Dad, who was a three-time Canadian champion, when he had to retire from fighting.

I was worried that with every passing year my time to retire would come. Funny thing was that I was probably only twenty-three years old at the time.

What would I do? The thought was truly unbearable.

Unfortunately, I was forced to stop fighting in 2007 because of post concussion syndrome caused by an accumulation of hits taken throughout a lifetime of martial arts

Did my world end?

I’ll admit it; things were really rough for a while but I now find myself more motivated than ever before.

My goal?

A powerful desire to teach others how to become skilled mixed martial artists. To help them achieve their goals and experience the many benefits MMA training has given me in my life.

That desire and the fact that so many people out there are in search of quality MMA training inspired me to create my new MMA QuickStart Training Program.

and finally after more than two years in development it’s ready!

You’ll be able to purchase it this Monday Night (December 13th) at 12 O’clock midnight (EST)

I designed the MMA QuickStart Training Program to:

  • Get you off to the best start in your MMA training by teaching you the foundational techniques in the right order.
  • Lead you through every single workout with step by step instructions.
  • Prevent you from developing bad habits that are nearly impossible to break.
  • Allow you to train anytime and pretty much anyplace you like.
  • Get you into great shape while you have a lot of fun.

I’ll be having a contest before the launch date where I’ll be giving away 3 FREE copies of MMA QuickStart.

Check back tomorrow to find out how you can win…

Of course, as a coach, I’ll miss the opportunity to KO my opponent in front of 20,000 fanatical fans or win the “Submission of the Night.” bonus check at my next UFC fight.

That’s OK. My rewards are the kind words of appreciation I’ve received from my students both on and offline are just as awesome.

Here are a few of my favourites so far…

14 Time UFC Fighter Spencer The King Fisher
Alon Z
Ryan Dickson - (4-0 Amateur MMA Fighter)
Tapio T - Japan

Paul Guagliano, Head of Boys Phys. Ed, Westmount Secondary School


My Beginner MMA Program – MMA QuickStart launches on October 6th, 2010

Ever since I began offering online mixed martial arts (MMA)  instruction through this website, I’ve received countless emails from people asking for an MMA program training program specifically for those with little to no experience. Many mentioned that they don’t have access to high quality training, others were searching for a head start before they join a nearby gym.

Well, after more than 2 years in development the program is ready to go so I’ve set a launch date…

Check it out…

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Mar
09

Jeff Joslin MMA Live!

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Live BJJ, MMA, Boxing, Kickboxing and Submission Wrestling Technique plus a lot more!

It’ll all be available on a new page I’ve just added to the site and  I’m really excited about it. The page is called Jeff Joslin MMA live! and can be accessed through the Learn-MMA menu tab.

Look for future live streams from my home and workplace at Joslin’s Mixed Martial Arts. Content will include live group classes, private lessons, live special events, a weekly MMA show and anything else that will help provide MMA technique, info and entertainment for those in search of it.

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Apr
14

Self Defense Tip #8

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Awareness is the key

Increasing your personal awareness is probably the most important part of self-defense. An awareness of crime and violence along with an awareness of your environment are the keys to personal security. You do not have to be paranoid, simply be aware of the things that are happening around you. Be alert and use common sense to help you remain safe.

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Feb
26

Self Defense Tip #7

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Your first priority is escape

If you do end up in a dangerous situation, remember that you main priority is to escape not to fight. If you cannot escape immediately you may want to comply, at least until you can escape. When faced with someone who demands your wallet, purse etc. give it to them, and escape. No possession is worth risking your life over.

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Jan
19

Self-Defense Tip #6

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Avoid presenting a victim profile

An attacker will attack the targets that appear easiest. They will avoid those that appear to know what’s going on and might put up a fight. When you are out in public, look people in the eye, keep your head up, and walk confidently. This will take away their element of surprise and they will likely pass you up for an easier target.

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