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Ahirbudnya Yoga BULLDOG PARRAMATTA YoGaJuJiTsU Today is Thursday and that means its YoGaJuJiTsU Day at Bulldog Parramatta BJJ. Class structure will be the same as usual : 1) Short and Slow warm ups including core work and solo movement drills 2) 6 six minute spars 3)Ahirbhundya Yoga Flow sequences for lower limb rehab then complete with 4) Yoga Nidra. Yoga and Meditation segment of the class starts at the 8:10 mark. Any member can attend the yoga and meditation portions of the class if they wish to do so. About the Video: The type of Yoga that is currently taught at Bulldog Parramatta BJJ is a little known Yoga called Ahirbhudnya Yoga. In Vedic Dharma, the oldest living culture in the world, there are 6 schools of thought with yoga being one of those 6 schools. Yoga means to YOKE or LINK with the Supreme Being and thus when you see the word Yoga there is always another word preceding it (Jnana Yoga, Raja yoga, Ati yoga etc). The philosophical school of yoga is fairly large as it has 84,000 different types of Yoga's (a yoga to remedy each of the 84,000 possible thought states a human beings can experience) in its repertoire each supported by at least 72 Tantras (Skillfull means or ways/skills) which adds up to 6,600,000 different types of supporting tantras. What we call Yoga in the West today is really only two types of Yoga that people put their names or terms of choice unto (for example, Vikram yoga, Power yoga etc), these Yoga's are Ashtanga and Hatha Yoga. Ahirbhudnya Yoga practitioners are hetero-orthodox in their approach and thus it’s not advertised and sold as other types of Yoga. Its depth makes this impossible, to bring this point home: Ashtanga and Hatha Yoga has 48 to 108 postures they generally practice, some orthodox practitioners have 1008 postures they can use for development. In Ahirbhudnya Yoga and according to the Ahirbhudnya Samhita the practitioner has 8,400,000 different postures to choose from, all used on specific days and times during those days. Etymology of AHIRBHUDNYA YOGA = Ahir ( Swirling,serpintine, a hero by association,ancient nomadic branch of the Yadavas skilled in combat) Budhnya (to become aware, to know) Yoga (to link or yoke). In this case (as a name for a type of yoga) the translation is : He who is expert at linking with the Supreme Being by controlling the spiraling ,swirling faculties (nerves,breath,wind,blood flow etc etc) that are both within and outside of the body"". The simple word for word translation is : "one who knows serpents". Ahirbhudnya Yoga uses circular spiral movements to assist the practitioner in systematically discovering the potential of his or her body. It is similar to Ashtanga yoga with its Ashta (Eight) Angas (limbs) but the depth and approach to these segments is vastly deeper. The supporting text for this Yoga, Ahirbhudnya Samhita, is so large and difficult to translate that currently only the first chapter (out of 72 Chapters) have been partially translated to English , each of the two translators had to give up as they suffered mental breakdowns during the translation process (Sanskrit to English). It is important to say anyone can learn Ahirbhudnya yoga and the depth one wants to delve into is dependent on the practitioner themselves. Here in this video Professor Alexander Aguet is demonstrating a rarely seen flow combining Hala-asana, Supta Asana, Ashtang-asana, Prasarita Padotttanasana, Savasana, Chakra-asana, Baka-asana, Supta Kona-asana, Adho Muka Kapotasana, eka pada, salamba Sarvanga-asana and Setu-Bandha Asana to name a few. This is an intermediary flow routine in Ahirbudhnya Yoga. Professor Alexander spent 10 years studying and teaching in Asia, India in particular, and he's an initiated and authorized Pandit in the line of both the Brahma Madhava Gaudiya and Kumara Sampradaya, the ancient (7000 plus years old) lineages under which Ahirbhudnya Yoga is maintained and practiced. Professor Alexander Aguet holds the equivalent of a Masters Degree in Vedic Philosophy and Sanskrit and is an adept at explaining complex vedic principles in a simple and easily understood manner. If you are serious about your mental, physical and spiritual health and have the discipline and means to make an investment in your health, then feel free to speak to Alex about private or small group lessons. Also for a more holistic approach to Martial Arts training Bulldog Parramatta Gym is the place to be, we may not have 5 star facilities as we are a grass root fight gym but we compensate with the quality and depth of lessons we provide. Dandavats.
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Ginastica Naturale
Ginastica Naturale was developed over 25 years ago, in the heart of Brazil by world-fitness leader and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu black belt Alvaro Romano, adapting ancient techniques, modern and natural to the spirit of women and men in a completely and unique manner. Including eastern techniques and movements of the primitive man, the main influence of Ginastica Naturale are the ground movements of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. Ginastica Naturale uses both the muscle and cardiovascular systems in a complementary manner. It is a complete bodyweight training method that fuses Jiu Jitsu ground movements with AHirbudnya yoga (vaishnava yoga) principles. This training system, combines strength and conditioning exercises utilising body weight, stretching techniques to increase flexibility, simulation of animal movements to enhance balance and body control, with meditative breathing exercises. Ginastica Naturale benefits both the body and mind, helping you to move better, and in a more flexible and fluid way. Elevate your overall well-being with improved strength, endurance, balance, core stability, mobility, coordination, focus and breath control. Practitioners develop greater muscle tone, core-strength and mindful awareness. In this video, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu black belt Alexander Aguet beautifully displays the art of Ginastica Natural. Professor Alexander encourages and inspires his students to develop a regular Yoga practice to get the most out of their training, and deeply integrates animal flow movement drills into his BJJ program. Private lessons available with Professor Alexander Aguet PM for more information or any enquiries.
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The 3 Different types of Surya Namaskars
Carrying on from our last post on SURYA NAMASKARS for wrestlers. In this video we explain the main three different types of Surya Namaskars that are used by different practitioners if yoga and and Malla.
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MOvement Drills
Wednesday night warm up and partner movement drills with the BJJ team at Bulldog MMA! Here, Professors Alexander Aguet and Pedro Paiva demonstrate some very dynamic drills which can be done solo or with a partner. Just a little teaser of what we offer at Bulldog. Big thank you to Ashley Betpeara for filming and editing the video great job Ash.
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The history of the jo (short staff)
The history of the jo (short staff) includes a divine birth and a noble heritage. It began in the early 1600s when a samurai named Muso Gonnosuke meditated in the mountains after his first and only defeat, at the hands of Japan's greatest swordsman, Miyamoto Musashi. The result of Muso's meditation was a 'divine insight' that led him to develop a shorter staff and a style of fighting with it. He called this style shindo muso ryu jojitsu, and with it he defeated Miyamoto in a second dual. Jojitsu is a dynamic, versatile and effective fighting art encompassing thrusting, striking, sweeping and receiving movements. To enhance the effectiveness of these movements, you must transfer the power of your body to the jo through your grip, without weakening or breaking on impact. The jo is gripped in the same way as one would grip his opponents GI in JiuJitsu. In this video, our black belt BJJ Professor Alexander Aguet shows the art of Jojitsu in free flowing movements. Good training forms teach good movement, which means good Suburi (different forms of thrusting, striking, sweeping and receiving) and kata (how to move effectively from one movement to another) are built on the principles of good body mechanics. In the video, Professor demonstrates flowing forms blending both suburi and kata, paying attention to balance, precision and smoothness. The staff (jo, bo or hanbo) is an extension of the martial artist’s hands, therefore any training derived from the staff can only benefit empty-hand techniques applied in other martial arts such as JiuJitsu, Aikido, etc. Private lessons available with Professor Alexander Aguet PM for more information or any enquiries.
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Primal Movement Flows (The Elephant Walk)
Explained everything in the video
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Primal movement drill THE SOFT BUNNY HOP
The Soft Bunny, a very good primal drill for strength, subtly, balance and stamina,an all arounder that covers all of the 4 S's mentioned above.
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FUNCTIONAL primary Movement Flows ((Four Legged and two legged crab))
FUNCTIONAL primary Movement Flows Four Legged Crab and Two legged crab. DESCRIPTION IS INCLUDED IN THE VIDEO.
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Old School Puligism for MMA and self defence
Boxing is one of the most popular sports and was earlier known by the name Pugilism, meaning the sweet science. The rules were crude then and boxers often indulged in lethal boxing rounds with leather taped on their bare hands. Jack Boughton, also known as the 'Father of Boxing' was an English bare-knuckle boxer who published a set of rules for boxing in 1743. His seven rules of how boxing would be conducted at his amphitheatre (the largest and most influential at that time) evolved later into the London Prize Ring rules which are widely regarded as the foundation stone of the sport that would become boxing, prior to the development of the Marquess of Queensberry rules in the 1860s. It is important to note before Jack Broughton, the first idea of current boxing originated from James Figg, who is viewed as the founder of cutting edge boxing. In 1719, he set up a 'pugilistic foundation' and regarded himself as 'a professional in the Noble Science of Defense' to instruct boxers on the utilization of clench hands, sword, and quarterstaff. While boxing has always included punching, historically it also included grappling techniques like throws, arm locks, chokes as well as kicks. These techniques were banned during the several rule changes which turned classical pugilism, or bare knuckle boxing, into the modern sport of boxing. An important player of the sweet science to consider is Daniel Mendoza (Father of Scientific Boxing). Pugilists had formerly stood toe to toe and simply slugged each other back and forth. Fighters would block shots but there was very little weaving, bobbing, and fancy footwork. Mendoza’s fighting style changed the nature of the sport. Mendoza was often much smaller than his opponents, and excelled in the technical striking department, he developed a stance that not only allowed him to attack, but also assisted him in negating his opponents attempt's to grapple and throw him, bringing in the dancing and the defence made his style of boxing highly successful. After the Queensberry Rules were established, the requirement of pugilists to don gloves, drastically changed the nature of the sport. While gloves made the sport less brutal in some ways, they made boxing more dangerous and deadly by allowing fighters to punch with far greater strength, thus the gloves helped the hitter and hurt the hittee. This accelerated the development of the more defensive style of boxing that Mendoza had begun, with a greater emphasis placed on bobbing, slipping and blocking. Intentional or accidental, it is interesting how in trying to adapt boxing to the cage, we find a re-emergence of many of the same tried and true methods of the past. It leads one to wonder what more there is to learn from these past masters of an "extinct" style of combat fighting. Here at Bulldog MMA we think outside the box and provide a flexible and diverse approach to striking in our Tuesday 7pm Gracie JiuJitsu Vale Tudo class run by Professor Alexander Aguet. Come join us and put your knowledge and skills to the test!
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bruce lee lost footage 1969
Ofcourse you know its not the real bruce lee,but hey looks sweet still.
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Yamaha XT660r evening ride
Using a GOPRO motorsport hero hd camera.
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Stambhasana: intro and preparatory practice
Kimberley Aguet is demonstrating the preparatory practices and some tips for more intermediate practices in order for individuals to develop the skill to be able to hold the Stambhasana or head stance pose.
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Kawa Z750 Bath Time
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Three pre-primal movement knee exercises
These exercises prepares you to use your knee appropriately when doing deep knee bends during primal movements. Explanation is in the video.
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The white one isn't little anymore;-)Everytime after watching my jujitsu classes my boys do this.
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This video was uploaded from an Android phone.
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Sliding downward and upward mountain primal flow (legs wide version)
Description of benefits and tips for better execution of the move is given in the video.
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Brazilian Jujitsu Throws
Here at Bulldog MMA Parramatta our Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu program covers all aspects of BJJ including Tachi-Waza (throws and takedowns). Just as with Jiu-Jitsu, internalizing the principles behind fighting on your feet is vital in order to utilize balance, power and timing. In a self defense situation, would you fall back to the pavement and invite the aggressor to start in your butterfly guard? Would they allow you to secure your sleeve grips before trying to punch you in the face? No! In reality, whether you’re in a competition or street fight, take downs are going to be of the utmost importance. Takedowns are a vital part of your Jiu-Jitsu arsenal. In this video, BJJ Black Belt Professor Alexander Aguet and BJJ Brown Belt Lucas Cannon, demonstrate the art of Tachi-Waza (standing techniques) and Nage Waza (throwing techniques), including Te Waza (hand techniques), Ashi Waza (foot/leg techniques), and Koshi Waza (hip techniques). Both alternating the roles of Tori (to take) and Uke (to receive) during Randori (free practice) demonstrating timing precision, balance and leverage (also important aspects of BJJ ground game). The Uke and Tori relationship is as important as the technique. If we are practicing in Randori and we remain stiff and defensive, we prevent our partner’s learning. When you and your partner are paired for practice, you will each have specific parts to play. If the technique you are practicing is a new technique for you, as tori you will be learning Kuzush (how to off-balance), Tsukuri (fit-in), Kake (execute), and protect your Uke. As Uke, you will be learning how the technique will feel in all the parts that Tori is practicing, while feeling the Ukemi must be done to protect yourself. The role of Ukemi is a vitally important aspect of a practitioner’s training. Ukemi in a literary sense means "receiving body or self." In the simplest terms possible, the "uke" part of Ukemi as in Tori and Uke means "receiving" and is a person who is on the receiving end of throw. In his Kodokan Judo, Kano Sensei states, "before practicing throwing techniques or engaging in Randori, it is imperative to master Ukemi, the technique of falling safely." So, Ukemi means to fall safely when one receives a throw. One should master this before throwing a partner or taking on free practice. As a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu practitioner, you need to spend just as much time working on your Tachi-Waza (throws and takedowns) as your ground game. In a real life self-defense scenario, being able to take down an opponent is very useful in taking control over the fight and keeping yourself safe.
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Raptor delta
Short vid of my mate and his raptor doing their thing.
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Primal movement flows combinations
In this video we show how to combine the three basic primal movement drills we have learnt : 1) elephant walk 2) sneak cat with roll and 3) log roll. This will get you prepared to learn how to combine your flows which will eventually assist you to make bigger and bigger combinations. A good will planned flow combination can have you feeling like you ran a marathon within 5 to 10 minutes. All in a little space with no equipment needed. Perfect for those that are travelling, live in a small space or just don't have the time for big programs or routines of anything.
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7 August 2016
Video from Kalikaputra
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DOG Jitsu
My Boys rolling
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Staffie Football Practice.
My Little staffie's (Tilak) football practice.
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My new BMW My :-)
HPI sprint 2 flux BMW m3 at half throttle. Will do a daylight video when the weather is better.
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Subaru weej
My Subaru drift rc
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Traxxas Rustler vxl
Traxxas ruslter vxl on 2s lipo doing flat out grass run.
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