OG Clinic 3 DVD Winners are… Drum Roll, Please…

June 26, 2009

I told everyone that wrote a comment on my video blog they would have a chance to win a free copy of my OG Clinic 3 DVD Giveaway.

To see who the winners are and what were the winning blog posts, please click the link below…

http://dwarfurl.com/1f16f

Congrats to the winners, make sure that you email me your mailing address so that I can get your DVDs to you.

And a very special thanks to everyone that submitted a comment, the insight and kind words were very much appreciated!

Dedicated to improving your mat experience!

Paul Greenhill (aka The Wise Grappler)

P.S. Don’t forget that the OG Clinic 3: OG Defense 101 DVD becomes available at 2pm EST today (June 26, 2009) for a discounted price.


(new videos) OG Defense 101 – DVD Price Announced

June 25, 2009

Tomorrow, I release “OG Clinic 3: OG Defense 101” at a great discount. I’m only selling the course at this price until midnight Monday, June 29, 2009.

Here are the video links that I’ve sent from OGC3 just in case you missed any of them or couldn’t watch them because they didn’t load correctly.


Video #1 –“Driving the Head” from the Guard Escape

Video #2 – Less Than 70 Rule” Transition Concept

Video #3 – Two Arm Drag Variations From Open Guard to Back Position


The cost of the OG Clinic 3: OG Defense 101 2-DVD Set is $87 plus S&H ($7 us, $14 intl), for a total investment of $94 USD ($101 USD Intl).

However, if you get your copy before midnight Monday, June29, 2009, your investment in this specialized grappling resource is only $69…and the shipping is on me!

Dedicated to improving your mat experience!

Paul Greenhill (aka The Wise Grappler)

PS. Remember, the OGC3 will return to its original price of $94-$101 on midnight, Monday, June 29, 2009. Don’t miss out on a great introductory special to take your grappling to the next level, along with free shipping.


(new video #3) OG Defense 101

June 24, 2009

Hey everybody,

The response from the second video was great and thanks if you posted a comment on the blog! If you liked the last video, then you’ll going to love this one as well.

The third video consists of a common technique that I use as a tool to disrupt my opponent’s attacks while they’re trying to pass my guard… the arm drag.

I show two variations of the arm drag that can be used in both open and closed guard situation (regardless of whether your partner is standing or on their knees) and will allow you to be able to take their back or allow you to capture the top position.

http://dwarfurl.com/d9788

This is simple to do and will catch your opponent totally off guard because they won’t see it coming and that’s the key point to consider when mastering the arm drag.

Check it out for yourself.

http://dwarfurl.com/d9788

Dedicated to improving your mat experience!

Paul Greenhill (aka The Wise Grappler)

P.S. On Friday, June 26, 2009 at 2pm EST, I will release the “OG Clinic 3: OG Defense 101” DVD System at a great discount. The OGC3 training resource will remain on sale at the discounted price until midnight, Monday, June 29, 2009.

P.P.S. For those OGs that joined the list after I sent out the first two “OG Defense 101” Videos, here are the links:

Video #1 – http://dwarfurl.com/6d141
Video #2 – http://dwarfurl.com/edcb6

Enjoy the videos and make sure you leave a comment on the blog.


(new video #2) “Less than 70 Rule” Transition Concept

June 23, 2009

The response from the first video that I sent out on Friday was
amazing! If you liked the “Driving the Head” Technique, then you’re
going to love this one.

The second video is a defensive strategy that I call the “Less than
70 Rule” Transition Concept that works extremely well with “Driving
the Head” and from other defensive positions as well.

Click here to watch the video.

This is super simple to do and will catch your opponent totally off
guard because they will always be playing catch up with you or
wondering why you’re always one step ahead of them.

Trust me, this works like magic and you’ll be able to do it in your
sparring matches in no time without thinking about doing it.

Check it out for yourself.

Click here to watch the video.

Dedicated to improving your mat experience!

Paul Greenhill (aka The Wise Grappler)


(new video #1) OG Defense 101

June 19, 2009

If you could have some simple, effective, and very quickly to implement defensive grappling techniques (from standing down to the ground) that would frustrate and shut down your opponent’s offensive attacks, would you be interested in implementing them
into your grappling game?

Of course, you would and I’m going to let you see a “sneak preview”
of some of them right now.

Over the years, I’ve learned that defense is rarely focused on in
BJJ and so often overlooked by many grapplers.

And when I say defense, I don’t mean to “hold on and wait” until
the round is over!

When I think of defense in BJJ or submission grappling, that means
– Having the ability to shut down your opponent’s advances
– Creating angles and targets of opportunity
– Recognizing those angles and targets
– Exploiting those holes in your opponent’s offensive defense to
 seize the upper hand and positions

And a few other things that I don’t have time to mention here.

That’s what defense means to me and that’s what you’ll discover
when you get your hands on these techniques to put them into your
game plan from my “OG Clinic 3: OG Defense 101” DVD Series.

Fortunately for you, I want you to get a taste of what you’ll be
learning and implementing into your game to try the next time
you’re in class.

The first video is how I use the “Driving the Head” Concept from
the guard to reverse the position to secure the knee-on-belly.

I originally talked about “Driving the Head” in one of my closed
guard tip videos on my website and most OGs should be familiar with
it.

But if you’re hearing about it for the first time, watch the
video and try it class the next chance you get.  You’ll be AMAZED
at how easy it works for you. Enjoy!

http://dwarfurl.com/6d141

Dedicated to improving your mat experience!

Paul Greenhill (aka The Wise Grappler)

PS.  I’m going to be sending you two more very simple yet effective
defensive techniques and concepts over the next few days. So, take
out your notebook, enjoy the video, and make sure to leave a
comment after you’ve watched the videos!

http://dwarfurl.com/6d141

 Copyright (c) 2007-09. Paul M. Greenhill. All Rights Reserved.


Why waste time making videos without any BJJ techniques in them?

June 15, 2009

That’s what a young gun grappler asked me the other day after I
asked him if he watched the videos on my website.

He said yes and that he enjoyed them, but wondered why I would make
a video without any grappling techniques being shown in them,
especially since he didn’t see how a video with me “just sitting in
a chair talking” would help him on the mat.

Fortunately, I needed a good laugh at that moment and he provided
me with one.  And after I answered his question, I think he
understood my point.

But after I finished talking to him, it made me realize that LOTS
of grapplers feel the same way based on the number of views I get
on my grappling tips videos as compared to the other videos.

So, I thought I’d maybe others could benefit from the answer I gave
the young gun with another video… without any grappling technique.
😉

Click here to watch the video.

Oh, and before you watch the video, I must tell you that I was
experimenting with a new production tool and I goofed!

I chopped the first minute of the interview and it looks a little
grainy, but I didn’t realize it until it was online and an OG had
looked at it and had already given it a good review.

And since he liked it, I didn’t see the point in taking it down
once I realized that the message wasn’t lost in the experiment.

Enjoy!

Click here to watch the video.

Dedicated to improving your mat experience!

Paul Greenhill (aka The Wise Grappler)

P.S.  The OG Clinic 3: OG Defense 101 DVDs will make its official
debut on June 25, 2009.  Be on the lookout for “sneak preview”
videos from OGC3 over the next few days.


6 Yr Blue Belt Credits OG Clinics For Brown Belt Promotion!

June 12, 2009

Paul,

Thanks for the OG 4 Life T-shirt and I’m sorry for the late response to you. The 2XL fits nicely and I will send the pics to you for the website.

After purchasing the OG Clinics, I practiced the techniques you taught for 3mos straight (non-stop) and I received my brown belt. That was only after receiving my purple belt 10 months earlier. I was a blue belt for almost 6 years before receiving my purple belt.

 I wish I’d discovered your products (along with Coach Lloyd’s) years ago. Now, I currently have upper belts that want to train with me now because of my new found knowledge and skills you all shared.

I read that you were living here in Atlanta. Well I would love for you to come back and open a school if possible. I would be the first in line along with a lot of others to sign up.

On my page, it shows me proudly showing off the OG 4 Life T-shirt. I couldn’t figure out how to send it you on the website. Thank you is not sufficient enough to show how your products changed my jiu-jitsu life. But I will continue to try to show you that I will never forget what you have done for me by giving my all to your style of jiu-jitsu.

Thank you and may God bless you and yours for what you have done for countless others.

Damon B
GA

 PG: Hey Damon, thanks for all the kind words. It’s good to hear that you’re seeing the success on the mat from the products. The hardest part of being a coach (in my opinion) is getting people to trust your advice and give it a chance before they decide it won’t work. You were open to our style of grappling and not ONLY are you seeing the results, but you’ve got people that want to train with you now! That’s pretty cool. Keep up the good work!

As for me coming back to Atlanta, I don’t think so, champ! They take pretty good care of me and treat me with the kind of respect an OG should get up here in Maryland… except for that Mike Fowler guy and his old jokes! 🙂

Dedicated to improving your mat experience!

Paul Greenhill