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Today I taught them some basic drills from side control. I taught them how to keep their opponents hand from gaining bonus head control. I taught them how to manipulate into the guard, I taught them how to turn and pick up for a single leg takedown. Then I taught a knee bar from both positions.
We went in progression and both Baylen and Ryan seemed to catch on very well. I feel as if these is not enough time to concentrate on all aspects. I could spend a few hours on groundfighting alone, or any aspect for that matter. (Judo throws, takedowns, groundfighting, small circle techniques, series, kicking, punching, etc etc)
I have to cover all aspects and I try to cover them all, but it never seems to be enough.
I will do the best I can and learn each and every day that I teach how to become a better teacher.