Course curriculum

  • 1

    Welcome + Resource Material

    • Start Here: Orientation

    • Alpha MMA Manual Stand Up Game - Part 3

    • Alpha MMA Manual Stand Up Game - Part 2

    • Alpha MMA Manual Stand Up Game - Part 4

    • Alpha MMA Manual Stand Up Game - Part 1

  • 2

    Part 1 - Mastering the Stand-up game

    • Footwork Drills

    • Shell Defense

    • Weave Drills

    • The Sprawl

    • Stand Up Striking

    • Stand Up Clinching

    • Stand Up Kicking

    • Stand Up Reaction Drills

    • Clinch Takedowns

    • Shoot Takedowns

  • 3

    Part 2 - Mastering the Ground-Game

    • Top Control Drills

    • Mount Control

    • North South Control

    • Side Control

    • Ground Control

    • Sprawl Top

    • Ground Game Passing

    • Ground and Pound Defense

    • Guardwork Drills

    • Open Guard Defense

    • Closed Gaurd Attacks

    • Sprawl Bottom

    • Sprawl Bottom

    • Ground Game Escapes

  • 4


    • Assessment - Video Submission

Instructors for Alpha MAA Course

Master Instructor

David Meyer

David Meyer was born in October 1962, in Los Angeles, California, United States. From a very young age, Meyer felt drawn to martial arts, kick starting his combat sporting life at the age of 6 with a modern form of Japanese jiu-jitsu (also known as ju-jutsu). At the time David’s brother was being bullied at school and his parents believed learning a form of self-defense would be a valid confidence booster for the two brothers. Influenced by their cousin, who was a black belt under Sensei Jack Seki, a well-known ju-jutsu instructor in the LA area, David joined Seki’s workgroup.

Master Instructor

John Will

John Will was born on the 16th of April, 1957 in Geelong, Victoria – Australia. Though John’s father was a law enforcer, Will was bullied at school, and it was this that propelled his wish to start doing contact sports. He started wrestling at his local church club before he was introduced to the world of traditional martial arts by Tae Kwon Do, the Korean kicking based art when he was 15. He grew more and more interested in fighting sports and 3 years later he left Australia to study Pentjak Silat – more commonly known as plain “Silat”, an Indonesian Martial art. He would later (1982) become the first non-Indonesian to win the World Silat Championship in Jakarta.. cont

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