In this controversial video production from Paladin Press, groundfighting expert and best-selling author Mark Hatmaker shows you that there's little to fear when you're inside your opponent's guard. With his typical attention to detail, Hatmaker begins this veritable encyclopedia of antiguard techniques by teaching the "buzzsaw": striking, grinding and brutal pressuring moves that will make your opponent wish he'd never gotten on the mat in the first place. He then goes into grappling techniques from every aspect of the guard: when you're in the low guard, the half guard and the high guard, with all the necessary variations: when your opponent's feet are in your hips, when your opponent has wrist grab cohesion, when he has double elevators in and more.
Online Classes are follow-along style workouts filmed at the GB Master Affiliate, Awaken Gymnastics Inspired Fitness and taught by Orench and his top instructors. Each week we will post new classes and you can either do them as they come out or browse the video library to do your favorite workouts again. In essence you can become a virtual student of GymnasticBodies.
The Quick Callanetics series allow you to concentrate on a specific area while still giving you a balanced overall 20-minute workout. Many fans have raved about the effectiveness of doing the 60-minute program once or twice a week and then complementing it with a QUICK workout an additional day or two.
When it comes to red hot boogie guitar, you can't get hotter than Alvin Lee, especially when he's firing on all fretboards. That's certainly the case with this aptly named Best Of compilation. This unmissable 2CD set is jam packed with dazzling performances by the former Ten Years After guitar hero. We hear Alvin singing and playing on 30 tracks, culled from the many solo albums he released during the years when he led his own bands, from the 1970s through to recent times. Backed by top rock session players, old mates and his regular sidemen, Alvin sounds at home in a variety of moods and styles, from blues to rock'n'roll…
This journey through the decade takes viewers from a time of just three channels, when TV beauty contests and TOTP’s Legs & Co cavorting in next to nothing ruled the airwaves – all the way through to the worst TV awards ceremony of all time and the insane beginnings of ‘Yoof’ TV. Along the way, we gained a fourth channel, a kids' TV music show called The Minipops, TV’s worst ever sitcom, abysmal new soaps, toe-curling chat shows, disastrous ‘live’ performances, The Hitman & Her – and Anthea Turner having her head set on fire. Of course, for viewers, the disasters can be hugely entertaining – and sometimes when TV went seemingly wrong, it actually helped rewrite the rulebook – if we hadn’t met a new breed of chef in Keith Floyd, we may never have had Gordon Ramsay.