Any tips on solo drills?
Somewhat annoyingly after tonight I wont be able to train for about a month. I will, however, have access to a good gym but not (m)any training partners.
So I want to do something to keep my hand in, and the only thing I can think of are solo drills. I searched youtube and seen loads of different drills, but I've no idea if they're any good. Can anyone recommend some drills or something else that I can do on my own (also considering I have little experience).
Thanks in advance,
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Originally Posted by Sledge
BJJ Black Belt
Nathan-You are very,very welcome here and you're input will be greatly appreciated.
Here is the best drills video i know of.A lot of the techniques can be drilled alone.The teacher is Oswaldo Alves whose Jiu Jitsu has been passed down to
Carlson Gracie Revolution Team London through some of our instructors.
For solo drills.
Shrips to turtle position.
rickson sit outs..
list goes on and on..
Its not his cup you can feel....
Doesn't Rickson believe you should spend more time on drilling than actual rolling ?
Last edited by Jogs D; 16-04-2009 at 11:33 AM.
Simon: Thanks a lot looks like a great vid.
Dutchman: Thanks also, I hadn't heard of some of those until I googled them, so something new.
Nathan: There isn't a specific reason or part of my game I want to work on. Rather, I just want to do something in addition to strength and fitness, while I can't make lessons. Thanks for the list - I'll do those with a couple of the other suggestions.