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Tai Kai Purple Belt Requirements

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Purple Belt Test
Self Defense
Demonstrate 10-15 Gracie Self Defense Moves
Demonstrate Guard work against punches
Takedowns
Demonstrate 10 Takedowns (Should include shots and throws)
Demonstrate Proper Guard Pulling to sweeps
Escapes
Demonstrate 5 Mount Escapes
Demonstrate 4 Side Escapes Plus at least 1 way to escape  Modified Scarfhold(under armpit) and Reverse Scarfhold
Demonstrate 3 Downed Headlock Escapes
Demonstrate 2 Back Escapes
Demonstrate Submission Escapes from: RNC, Kimura, Armbar, Triangle Choke, Guillotine, Footlock, and Heelhook
Guard Passes
Demonstrate 5 Closed Guard Passes
Demonstrate 3 Half Guard Passes
Demonstrate 3 Butterfly Passes
Sweeps
Demonstrate 8-10 Closed Guard Sweeps (This should include multiple sweeps for when the opponent stands)
Demonstrate 3-5 Half Guard Sweeps
Demonstrate 3-5 Butterfly Sweeps
Be prepared to Demonstrate Knowledge of one or more of the many specialty guards of your choice (Spider, Rubber, X, Single X, De La Riva, Reverse De La Riva, Berimbolo, Deep Half, Octopus, Etc.)
Submissions
Guard:  Triangle, Armbar, Omoplata, Telephone, Kimura, Palm Up/Palm Up Choke, Palm Up/Palm Down Choke, Guillotine, and demonstrate how to chain these together and/or set them up
Mount:  Americana, Armbar, Triangle, Head and Arm (triangle), Palm Up/Palm Up choke, Palm Up/Palm Down Choke, Telephone and demonstrate how to chain these together
Side:  Americana, Kimura, Armbar, Howdy Choke, Baseball Choke (Demonstrate these from Knee on Belly too)
Back:  RNC, Armbar, Lapel Chokes, Bow and Arrow
Leg Locks:  Straight (Achilles) Lock, Heel Hook, Knee Bar
The final phase of the test will be grappling for 45 minutes with all of your peers

Tai Kai Blue Belt Requirements/ Purple Belt will be Posted Tomorrow

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Blue Belt Requirements

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fundamentals


Ukemi-Rolls & Falls

Rolls (Front/Back) Falls (Back, Side, Front, Rolling)

Basic Movements/Positions

Base, Shrimp, Bridge, Bridge to Knees, Guard Replacement Roll (Granby Roll)
Mount control (swim, “spiderhands”, Modified mount, take the back, remount)
Guard control (Guard swim, Under/Over hooks, armdrag, take back, punch block series)
Side control (Standard, Kesa, 500 Kilos, Reverse Kesa, Knee on Belly, North South)
Clinch Control (Pummel) Gripfighting (Hand/wrist control, armdrag, 2 on 1)
Back Control (Take the back, Hooks, Seatbelt, Side/side, Flattening out, Remount)

Self Defense

Standing up Properly (“Masters Lift”)
Front Bear Hug (Arms Over)
Double Leg Defense (Knee & Guillotine)
Front Bear Hug (Arms Under)
Standing Headlock (Bent F & B)
Standing Headlock
Standing Guillotine (Takedown&Sit)
Standing Rear Choke
Defense Against Right Hook
Standing Rear Choke (Posture Broke Back)
Wrist Grab (Palm Up & Palm Down)
2 Handed Front Choke (Basic & Throw)
2 Handed Wrist Grab
Single Lapel Grab (To Back)
Double Lapel Grab (Hands Together)
Shoulder Grab (Bent & Straight)
Rear Bear Hug (Arms In)
1 Hand Throat Grab (Armlock)
Rear Bear Hug (Arms Out)
Double Lapel Grab (Hands Apart)
Guard Pull
Punch Block Series (1-5)

Escapes

Mount Escapes

Upa Upa (Hand on throat)
Upa (Arm Under Head or In Collar)

Shrimp/Elbow Escape
Foot Over/Foot Under Shrimp Escape

Knees In/Butterfly

Side Escapes

Shrimp Go to Knees (Single Leg)
Shrimp to Butterfly Spin

Headlock Escapes(Ground)

Frame Escape (Leg Over)

Hooks Escape
Bridge and Roll To Knees

Back Escape

The Basic Pass

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Wrong-Side Bridge and Elbow Push

Opponents Feet Crossed

Knee on Belly

Hip Push and Shrimp to Ankle Pick

Ankle Push to Half Guard

Submission (Escapes)

Guard Arm Bar (Stack)

Top Arm Bar (Running Escape)
Guard Guillotine (Head down Butt up)

Triangle (Bully Escape & Technical)

Guard Passes

Closed Guard

Double Underhook

Over/Under Pass
Single Under (Standing)
(Combat Passes) Knee Slide Pass

Half Guard

101 (Mount and Side)

World’s Pass

Butterfly Guard

Basic Butterfly Pass
Sweeps

Guard

Scissor Sweep Scissor W/Knee Push
Hip Heist Flower
Butterfly/Hook (Elevator)

Guard-Opponent Stands

Double Ankle

Hook Sweep

Tripod Sweep
Sickle Sweep

Push Sweep(double Ankle with feet in hips)

Half Guard

Guard Replacement
Take The back from half Guard
Put in one hook butterfly sweep

Takedowns

Rear Takedown(Sit and Roll)

Osoto Gari
Body Fold

Single Leg (Run the Pipe)
Double Leg (Leg Trip/Cut the Corner)

Inside Leg Trip

Hip Toss Arm Throw/ Seoi nage
Guard Pull/Sweep

Leg Hook Takedown

Submissions

Guard

Collar Choke Palm Up/ Palm Up Collar Choke Palm Up/ Palm Down
Guillotine

Triangle
Arm Triangle

Armbar
Kimura

Telephone(inverted) Armbar
Omoplata Transition from Armbar/Triangle/Omoplata

Mount

Standard Armbar

Collar Choke Palm Up/Palm Down
Americana

S-Mount to Armbar
Collar Choke Palm Up/ Palm Up

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Side Control

Kimura Armbar
Americana Straight Armlock
Arm Triangle

Back

Rear Naked Choke
Sliding Collar Choke
Single Wing Choke

You will also be expected to grapple your peers for at least 30 minutes

Flavio Behring Seminar at Tai Kai- WOW!!!

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All I can say is Wow. That was one of the best seminars I have ever been to. We are already looking forward to having him back.

Kids Seminar

The kids seminar lasted for an hour. It was great. Master Behring was patient with all the children and really wanted the kids to understand the details in every move. There were even a few moves from the kids seminar I picked up, including a sneaky choke from being placed in Kesa-Gatame. He went over self defense and ground techniques with the children. He also made sure the kids understood the history of Jiu-Jitsu and some of the experiences he had growing up in Brazil. The kids loved it.

Adult Seminar

The adult seminar lasted 3 hours. It was simply awesome. It started off by Master Behring explaining his history of studying and teaching Jiu-Jitsu. We then went into some self defense. The way he put the self defense moves together and combined them was incredible. We then went into some ground techniques. There were quite a few techniques along with some little details no one in the room had seen before. Some of it was the invisible jiu jitsu techniques you hear about these days. He also blended into the seminar his experience and stories of training and living in Brazil. He had so much positive energy and encouragement during the seminar that it made you feel so alive being there. We are ready to have him back today if possible. I would give this seminar the highest rating. So if you have the chance to attend a Flavio Behring seminar in the future, run don’t walk to the seminar!

One More Week to the $1,000 Cash Drawing at Tai Kai

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On February 22, 2014(My Birthday), I will be drawing from the prize box to pull one lucky winner who will win 1,000 in Cash. There is still over a week left to get your entries into the prize box. You can get more entries in there by:

1) You get 1 Ticket for anyone that you bring into the school to try a class
2) You get 5 Tickets if they enroll at Tai-Kai
3) You get 5 Tickets for attending the Flavio Behring Seminar this weekend

Who will win 1,000?????