Compella & the Twister – “Dropped” (Pole Show LA Afterparty, 1/23/10, Los Angeles, CA)

January 28th, 2010 In Uncategorized | 3 Comments

The Twister and Compella Live at Legends MMA f/ Forsaken Soul, Tim Dawg and DJ Alder


10th Planet HQ/Legends Tour w/ Ms. Rara

December 29th, 2009 In News | 1 Comment


How To Abuse Children Using 10th Planet Jiu Jitsu

March 21st, 2009 In Comedy, Techniques | 12 Comments

I’m going to overlook the wack baseball bat control because this kid is so cute


Sean Bollinger: Straight Jacket

March 7th, 2009 In Techniques | 12 Comments

Sean Bollinger demonstrates his own creation the Double Bagger to Straight Jacket. Sean is the inventor of the Double Bagger, Strait Jacket and Special K.

Sean Bollinger is an expert at the 10th Planet Jiu Jitsu system and has taken the evolution of grappling to the next level by adding his own creation of technique.
It is a rare few people in the world that can create effective grappling technique from nothing, Sean is one of the few.


Conor Heun Interview

January 18th, 2009 In Interviews | 2 Comments

 

From great mma newsletter FIGHTLIKEACHAMPION.COM
FightLikeAChampion: How do you develop mental strength to perform
your best?

Conor Heun: I developed my mental toughness growing up with my
father. He was a wrestling coach and I always really looked up to
him. He taught me to always try and out work everyone. It didn’t
matter what the task was, I was taught to always push my self
farther and harder than I thought possible. If I was told to go out
for firewood, I would always try to impress him with how many logs I
could carry back to the house in one load. Or if it was doing chin
ups, I would always strive to do one more than I had the day before.
In practice when everyone did 20 push ups I did 21. At first it was
because I knew he was watching and I wanted to impress him, but it
eventually just became a habit. In workouts we would do what we
called adversity training. For example we would be doing
situations in practice and he would say that I was down by a point.
I would get the escape to tie it and then the takedown to win before
the time would run out. I would think the match was over but then
he would say something like, “Oh, no! There’s some confusion at the
table and it looks like the Russian judge is indicating the takedown
came after the whistle. We are in sudden death overtime.” Then I
would have to start on my feet with a fresh opponent and I would
have to wrestle 30 second matches with fresh guys until I got the
takedown. He taught me to always prepare for the worst and to
make sure your training is tougher than your competition.

FightLikeAChampion: How do you remain motivated?

Conor Heun: I am motivated by an internal angst and uneasiness
that doesn’t allow me to remain satisfied with anything. I need a
constant challenge or I become bored. I fear mediocrity and am
unhappy unless I am being challenged. Because of these feelings it
is easy to remain motivated. The idea that someone else thinks they
can beat me eats at me and drives me to prove them wrong. As long
as I feel that there is a good chance my opponent will beat me, I am
extremely motivated by my own fears and self doubt. I train hard to
be sure that I am outworking my opponent and to give my self the
confidence to stand in the cage and face my fears. I remember being
almost paralyzed by fear when I knew that there was a bully waiting
to fight me after school. I was so scared before hand but
felt so good and such a sense of accomplishment after I choked the
asshole out that I vowed I would never allow my fears to dictate my
behavior. Looking at my profession, I guess that’s more than a
little ironic.

FightLikeAChampion: How do you build your strategy prior to your
fights and adjust during your fights?

Conor Heun: I watch tape with my trainer and look for weaknesses
in my opponent but mainly I just rely on my strengths and ability to
push the pace and bring the fight where I want it. I don’t adjust
much in the cage I just push forward and force my opponent to deal
with my game.

QUICK HITS w/ Conor Heun

5 favorite fighters to watch Why? Wanderlie Silva, Anderson
Silva, Fedor, Shinya Aoki, Uriah Faber

Favorite products that you use (food, supplements, equipment,
clothing, etc.) AstroGlide

Favorite songs to train to: House music and anything by Eminem

Most common training mistakes you see: Stopping ’cause it hurts

Most common mistakes you see with people during a fight:
Stopping ’cause it hurts

Favorite technique combinations: Short sonic boom to suplex

Most important drills or exercises: Adversity Training

Most important things to remember during the fight when you’re
WINNNG: Hands up, chin down, and work

Most important things to DO during the fight when you’re LOSING:
Keep your hands up, your chin down and work harder.


10th Planet Jiu-Jitsu Riverside Ca

January 14th, 2009 In News | 3 Comments

10th Planet Riverside, CA Jiu Jitsu / Grappling. If you are in the Inland Empire come and learn the rubber guard from Eddie Bravo Brown Belt Sean Bollinger.

Creator of the Double Bagger, Special K and Strait Jacket.

Only $75 a month.

Come in for a free week to try it out.
951-359-5040


10th Planet Jiu Jitsu’s Scott “Einstein” Epstein: Boys Town Pass To The D’arce

January 5th, 2009 In Techniques | 4 Comments


Half Guard Sweep: The Mechanic

January 4th, 2009 In Techniques, Uncategorized | Comments Off


10th Planet Rubber Guard: Scott Einstein’s Gogo Plata

January 3rd, 2009 In Techniques | 3 Comments

10th Planet Rubber Guard… Scott Einstein’s Gogo Plata


Einstein in action 2

January 2nd, 2009 In Sparing | 1 Comment

Scott “Einstein” Epstein rolling with Ian Quinto, to the sounds of Beep! “Pastafari. Big up to Reid Speed and DJ Origin for the original music.


Alder Interviews Scott “Einstein” Epstein pt 3

December 31st, 2008 In Interviews | 1 Comment

Part 3 of the trilogy. 10th Planet Watch’s Alder interviews Scott “Einstein” Epstein. This may be the most uncomfortable and awkward interview ever.


Alder Interviews Scott “Einstein” Epstein pt.2

December 28th, 2008 In Interviews | 9 Comments

I continue my duty as a respectable journalist. This is part 2 of the Einstein interview trilogy.


Einstein in action Part 1

December 27th, 2008 In Uncategorized | 1 Comment

Scott Einstein Epstein Rolling to the sounds of Common’s “Universal Mind Control” and DJ Shadow’s “Organ Donor”


Alder Interviews Scott “Einstein” Epstein pt.1

December 26th, 2008 In Interviews | 1 Comment

This is by far the most awkward interview of all time. 10th Planet brown belts Scott Epstein and Alder Hampel sit down for a hard hitting one on one. Watch As the madness unfolds. This is part one of a trilogy.


Black Out 2: Choke from Crucifix

November 1st, 2008 In Techniques | Comments Off