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Paul Herzog

Total live articles: 4

Member since: Mar 02, 2012

Paul began his interest in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu in 1995, as one of the first students with Mestre Carlos Machado when he opened a Dallas area school in a back room on the "Walker, Texas Ranger" television studio set. After a lengthy absence from training, Paul was inspired to get back on the mat by his son Christopher's enthusiasm and aptitude for the sport. Looking at many martial arts schools around the Twin Cities, there is nowhere he'd rather be than Petushin Martial Arts in Rosemount, Minnesota!

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Nothing is more frustrating in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu than being stuck in someone's guard. The Double Underhook guard pass is one of the most straightforward techniques available, and yet, can be

Recreation & Sports> Martial Arts l 2 years ago

One of the first positions we learn in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is the top side mount. The basics of it are simple, yet effective. But a couple of simple tips can take you from ordinary to a lock-down

Recreation & Sports> Martial Arts l 2 years ago

One of the most common submissions in Judo and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is the straight arm bar, known as "jujigatame". If this move isn't a strong threat to any opponent of yours on the mat, you are

Recreation & Sports> Martial Arts l 2 years ago

When we grapple against an opponent with similar skill to our own, we end up in a half-guard position much of the time. Being able to improve on this position is often the difference between victory

Recreation & Sports> Martial Arts l 2 years ago

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