Incorporating a new move into your sparring and competition repertoire can be tricky. Too many people go and and try their nifty new technique on everybody right away, hoping that it will work at least some of the time. But this may not actually be the best way to do it.
In fact, this scattershot method, and not having a concrete plan for rolling out new moves, can even be counterproductive…
In the 9:48 video below I give you a step-by-step strategy for adding a new technique to your game. This approach applies equally well to submissions, sweeps, escapes, guard passes or any other category of ground-based technique.
If you start using this method it’ll make your training much more efficient and productive, which is especially valuable for those of us who can’t spend as much time on the mats as we would like. Check it out: