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Trav, Definitely enjoying the vid series on not getting hit. The two things I learned about myself day 1 of MMA training were that I love the sport and that I really don't like getting hit. Fight while not getting punched all the time is pretty much my favorite thing to do. While I was able to do this with moderate success by simply moving my head like you recommend as often as possible, the tight movements and specific muscle groups you cover were exactly what I needed to defend with more intent and less effort - and look cool as hell in the process.Andrew G
I've been doing the Head Movement and Striking workouts in combination for about three weeks. All this ducking, bobbing and core rotation work caused by the routines you created are causing at least two side effects. Firstly, I'm starting to get ridges across my obliques and they are starting to appear on my abs, and secondly, my love handles have disappeared.Leow
"The Head Movement Program” is freakin' awesome. I'm a U.S. Marine yet still could improve on fighting. The instruction is very detailed and clear. Explained so that you will understand the concept of every technique. This layout builds confidence by repetition. The more time you spend on each technique, the smoother and quicker you become. Throw on music and do the techniques in front of a mirror to encourage good form and explosiveness. Devote time to this excellent presentation over months and you will advance to a new level of readiness as a warrior.Chris Salazar
Hey Trav, I love the program. It's the only thing that I use for fitness and it keeps me in good shape. I can feel the movements happening really fluidly, and the only hard part is that it's kind of hard to be creative when linking slips, ducks, and bobs. Your magical-combination-maker thing helps guys like me get through the lack of head movement creativity, and I really dig it. Aside from that, you're a funny dude, thanks for not being dry and s***ty! Thanks for making this program, and keep the awesomeness comin' brother!Cisco Franyutti
I can highly recommend the Head Movement Training program. Trav is a great coach who breaks down each slip step-by-step. Through a comprehensive training routine, he builds those skills which will make you as slippery as snot and make you a devastating counter puncher. You need very little equipment; just a mirror, a piece of rope, skipping rope and pool noodles…yes I said pool noodles. If you have ever wanted to slip like Mike Tyson, this revolutionary program will teach you those skills, all you have to do is to apply the knowledge. I'm currently running through it for a second time to sharpen up my skills the Head Movement Training program is a great value for the money and great fun too.Sean Austin
Dude I need so much work still! I want to say thank you!!! I was ducking more shots than ever, as you can see I could have ducked a few more 🙂 I really was listening to your mp3 bobbing and weaving literary every day and doing the work outs in between my regular training. Thanks dude :-). My balance and foot work was better than ever, but still needs more work only my forth fight! 😉Jesus Morales
Hi Trav, I’m Giuseppe from Italy. I just used your training for Head Movement some times and I've already seen some results. Thank you a lot. I’m going to do it with the heavy bag, and thanks to your videos I’m improving my English. Thank you a lot bró!Giuseppe Cea
Dear Trav, Thank you for your excellent products. I already purchased your Head Movement and Striking Dojo programs, I absolutely love them. They coincide perfectly with the coaching that I'm getting from my professional trainers. They are truly well put together, easy to follow, and excellent programs that inter-mingle perfectly with the training I'm getting. They are excellent at sharpening my skills significantly! It's great to be able to watch the videos and listen to them when I'm sitting comfortably in my home; then I rehearse and visualize the movements in my mind over and over. And finally, I put them to use at the gym and mixed along with the training I get from my coaches your videos have significantly boosted my skills in many ways. Thank you.Peter
Hi Trav! I'm an Italian boy and it's been so difficult for me to understand what u say in training…but since I learned I understood how good and hard it is. I'm learning a lot with your Head Movement course. I love what u are doing, keep doing it man. U helping people to learn how to stand up for themselves! Good man!Ivano Rivellino
Hey Trav, Hope you are having a good time with your family & son & thank you that Head Movement Program. It is very effective, I am making my sparring partners miss every punch thank you!!Cesar Salas
Trav, I was in the garden with my autistic son this afternoon and he moved a tree to a different location. Inside the large tree pot was a heavy post digging bar. My kid tilted the tree and the post came toward my head straight on – not sure why, but I instinctively slipped and it just scraped my skull behind the ear. Just a minor headache now and some shock wondering how I avoided major injury. Oh, and a good story to tell. No shit, one inch more to the right and I would have been F***** up! THANKS TO YOU AND YOUR HEAD MOVEMENT PROGRAM!Theo
I purchased your head movement program for my son (17) months ago. He was jumped by some idiots at a New Year’s Eve party that wanted to steal his phone and money. He avoided major injury by remembering and utilizing techniques from your program and took 0 hits to the face and was able to get away from the situation (with all his belongings). Thank You and God bless you and your family.Joseph
Hey Trav these videos are awesome man. My footwork is more fluid and my head movement has improved just need to keep drilling and try it when I spar. Thanks pal I appreciate the help.Gurdip Singh
Hi Trav, Just a few words to thank you (hoping my poor English will be enough...) I started your Head Movement Training in September and watched all your videos many times...Just what I was searching for! Techniques Very very well explained, not only the "HOW TO" but also "WHY"! Man... You are very good at your work, really! I followed your program with religious respect and began with the Training, I trained, trained, trained...Now I'm feeling like my legs begin to dance every time I slip, I duck, I U slip... I begin to feel myself more relaxed and my movements just begin to be more automatic I will carry on with my training, your program is dynamite! I just want to really THANK YOU for your effort to create all these good stuff greetings from Switzerland!Davide Tomasetti
Hey Trav! I started watching your videos about a week ago and I loved em. I practiced hooks, crosses and kicks on my heavy bag. My dad helped me when I practiced leg locks. I found your videos interesting and educational. I’ve even applied stuff I learned. At school (yes, I'm 14) some dude started fighting with my sister. I approached and asked "What's the problem?" and then he started saying things like "I will crush you" etc. I didn't want any trouble, so I tried to talk to him. Then suddenly, he hit my sister! (He's 16 tho.)Then he tried to hit me, but I remembered stuff that you have taught me. I slipped and he missed. And again .And again. Then I hit him with a left hook and a few crosses. It seemed like they were ineffective against him. So I kicked him in the kneecap. He grabbed his leg, so I used my chance-I hit him in the face with my heel!!! He started bleeding and he fell "asleep" :P. So yeah, now everyone looks at me like I'm a hero-thanks to you! I mean like, YOU ARE AWESOME! P.S.-U r the best. I will continue watching your videos! Thanks for everything.Phillip Buba
rebeltime65I'm a 17 year old and your training saved me. One day a drunk dude at Winn Dixie tried taking my wallet and he tried to hit me. I slipped it and hit him and he was down for the count. I thank you mate you’re a good guy.
Hey there Travis, Let me start with some serious gratitude: thanks! I'm a peace-living old guy (62) who minds his own business; but three days ago, a guy half my age with at least 125 pounds on me attacked me as I was leaving the fucking grocery store. This jerk cornered me; asked what my fucking problem was; and when I told him that my only problem was him jumping in my face, he shoved off directly in my chest--both hands with all the force he could leverage. I regained my balance without falling; and when I got stable, I went to work. I beat him down. I punched him when he advanced. I slipped, ducked, and dodged every blow he threw--except for the right-handed haymaker he threw immediately after "sucker-shoving" me. And that one only grazed the left side of my jaw to no effect because I was able to party evade it by moving my head. When he tried to take me down by driving for my legs, I jumped back and shoved him straight down to the ground. When he got up, I knocked him down with a straight left, and a right hook. As he went down, he was able to grab my jacket and pull me down. As I fell forward, I smashed the fucker in the middle of his face with my right elbow. We tussled, I came out on top, but I got up quickly because he had too much of a weight advantage. When we were both back on our feet, he came me with some kind of a little-sister right jab, and I realized, this SOB is out of gas! I raised my open hands above my head, and said, "I don't want to fight you, sir." The guy is huffing for air and damn near stumbling over, but he comes back with, "Oh, now that you gave me a bloody nose, you don't fucking wanna fight." Truth is he was bleeding from above his right eye, the bridge of his nose, from inside his nose, and maybe from his mouth. At that point, I could have taken the guy apart. However, instead, I hustled around his attempts to get at me, gathered my groceries, cap, and glasses from the ground, and left the store parking lot. The fight lasted about 90 seconds, but I can only remember about 10 or 15 seconds, and that's what I shared above. I sprained my left thumb, but my right hand is jacked up: Knuckles badly scraped and still swollen after 3 days. I don't have a training partner, so I "shadow train" using your programs, MP3's, and videos as my "simulated partner/Sensei."Sai
Hey Trav, I just wanted to say thanks and "nice bonus" on the Philly Shell/Mayweather Defense seminar. I don't know if you promoted that in the Head Movement course pitch e-mails, but I don't remember seeing it. Anyway, awesome. I'm going to enjoy digging into this. I am generally much more comfortable in a "traditional boxer" stance, and sort of gravitate towards the Tyson/peekaboo thing, but my Taekwondo instructor is insisting on a stance that is basically for all intents and purposes a "Philly Shell" (to protect the ribs from sidekicks and such). I was thinking how uncomfortable the transition was going to be, how much I don't like it, etc., and boom, there's your seminar in my Head Movement course. Nice timing! GreggGregg
Trav, Just to let you know I have already purchased the Head Movement program on my mums computer and I’m thoroughly enjoying it. I’ve been boxing/doing Muay Thai for 6 years now. I have had a number of amateur Muay Thai/ a few boxing bouts, live spars and a contests, but now i have shifted my focus to boxing. Personally, I have always felt I have won my fights by sheer power and good footwork but recently I realized that I needed more skills in order to improve. So, I bought a cheap double-end bag and your program. Since then, my progress has shot through the roof after only 4 days of your great teachings. Although I’m not even close to finishing it, practicing techniques like the u-slip plyometric and dip-slip plyometric have already given me great counter-punches to add to my repertoire. Thank you so much.Jude Lane
Dear Trav, I'm sure I've emailed you before on how swickedly swepic (sweet, wicked, epic) you are but if I haven't then I'm telling you right now you are a complete wizard dude. After watching your Bob and Weave videos I actually have been practicing your lessons and now the lean back and the slip are almost automatically programmed in my brain. Though I need more help working my footwork and distance and learning new dodges, I definitely feel myself becoming more and more awesome by the second and closer to greatness than ever before. I sadly cannot learn martial arts like I want to since, for one, I am WAAAAYYYY too far from a gym, and two, my fam says I'll just quit but I've been teaching myself how to strike, block, move, and thanks to you, dodge. So thank you Trav for being an awesomely swicked online coach to the masses and I hope you keep doing what you do best. Sincerely From Your Future UFC Champion,Javoris Johnson
Henry StamperRingside world boxing tournament was held in Kansas City Mo this year. I was able to attend and fight in the master division of USA boxing. I stepped up at the last minute from heavyweight to super heavyweight to fill a fight they needed set up. I had to gain a few lbs for weigh in to make min of 202. I was able to win with a stoppage in the second round for a TKO. I came home with the title and a very nice championship belt. What I wanted to let you know is how much help your training videos have been. I just purchased the head movement video prior to the fight and it was a great help. Love your passion for the sport. Keep up the good work. Thanks,
Qua LongI'm watching you today 12 clips. 2 days ago, I tried using head movement with my friends- who train in boxing and others kinds, I got them miss any punch. I was interested. Your program is so good. Thank you, Trav.
Hi Trav, Just want to say a quick thank you. I'm boxing in a White Collar Boxing event here in the UK in aid of Cancer Research UK soon. Never boxed before but always been a big fan. After seeing your head movement video on YouTube...I was hooked. I've purchased the Head Movement MP3 and have watched pretty much every video you have put out there. My movement already has my training colleagues baffled and I'm feeling pretty smug about myself. So...not so quick really, but thank you. Thanks once again,Andrew 'Here Comes The Boom' Fellows
Hey Trav my name is Bryn, I’m 17 years old. Last week I got into a fight at a carnival. I didn't start it but anyways, the other guy was throwing punches like crazy and didn't land one thanks to your Bobbing and Weaving videos. Then I executed a jab followed by a double leg takedown and just started pounding him into the ground... Thanks for saving my ass with your videosBryn Sciranko
Hey Trav, I'd just like to say that you inspire me. You've helped me learn to dodge punches and not get hit in the face...the person even got fed up and just had enough and walked away. I didn't even have to hit them back. I bet you've helped other people too and I hope you have a good one. Many thanks,Chantelle Doyle
Joe Avery JonesToday I was walking home with my girlfriend and we were jumped by 3 guys. I was able to fight them off using your Power Punch technique and the Bob and Weave technique, thanks a lot man, really saved my ass. I’ve been a fan for a while and I knew it would pay off, thanks man. I appreciate what you do for us, keep doing what you're doing! Peace.
Thank you Trav and this program is absolutely amazing. Forever grateful I bought it and when I make it in professional boxing I’ll be sure to spread your name everywhere. God blessAaron B
G'day Trav, Mate I wanted to say how much I enjoy your program. I have had it for almost a year. I am almost three months post op (shoulder/bicep) and I have started using the program again. It has been great for getting back to training. It has forced me to focus on techniques that I would normally neglect. I can slip and dip, U-slip and follow through on the movement in my own way without f***ing my shoulder. I am ex-army serving 16 years in the Australian army, yes we have one. I help run a boxing gym in Sydney. I have even gotten in the ring and sparred with a mate, we took it easy due to me being a sook about my shoulder but I just slipped and dipped, I was nowhere near unhittable, but I could clearly see an improvement. I have passed your program on to a few of the boys from the army and they are enjoying it as they can take it anywhere and train in the field. Can't think of much that I could suggest to improve things. So from this 41 year old army veteran, thanks mate. Thanks for the info, thanks for understanding what people might need to know, thanks for the time and effort you must go through improving your brand and getting it out there. Take care mate RegardsGeoff Janson
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I am a skinny 58 year old goat. I had the opportunity this weekend to cut a young bull down to size a bit. I took a shot at his front leg, grabbed a heel hook, and made him scream and surrender. Man it felt good! I had a talk with him about “mutual respect” before letting him back up. One of the most exciting experiences I’ve ever had. Thank you for making these techniques available to people like myself.Andre S.
Thank you my good man for supplying us with videos to make us awesome! I really like your stuff and I am enjoying the Leg Lock videos with Dan Fisher. I am catching a lot of guys in our gym with stuff no one has seen.
I must say thank you. You have kept me safe and will keep me safe in the future; the Leg Lock course is magnificent. I have let the river of brutality flow I might be 16 and still in high school but most certainly impressed a girl and will keep her safe as well. Thanks so much and keep up the good work.
This Leg Lock course was fantastic! I find different details almost every time I watch the videos. I'm sure I'll be watching them for years to come. I would love something similar on ways to take the back. 🙂
Thanks again for the great material!
I've been enjoying your course so far. I like to go slow and make sure I'm developing it into my memory. It's been easy to follow. I can readily apply these moves to my grappling dummy. Thanks for all the training info you've been providing me. Keep on making more.
Your Leg Lock Course was one of the best things to happen to me for a long time! A game changer for my whole grappling approach, I would say. Yes, I admit it, I’m one of these Wing Chun guys with 10 years plus training. But in my defense, it’s the way you train I think is important. So I practice in a MMA environment and do no gi grappling too.
I’m around 156 lbs. and the main guys I roll with are 198 lbs. and more. I think you can imagine the looks they gave me in the past, when I was trying to put a leg lock on them. Now things have changed and they keep watching their legs much more than before. The best thing is that I start to see opportunities. When in a bad situation, just looking for that leg or foot that is within. And to say, your mount escape ( to leg lock ) is awesome.
If you planned some more grappling courses with Dan Fisher, I think I’m gonna buy them too.
Cheers and Thanks
As usual your stuff works bro. I accidentally used it whilst working on the doors this weekend, where I ended up on my a** lol.
I shot straight back on my knees with a takedown and boom the lock was in. Before I knew that was the end of it, the guy was screaming - luckily I didn't tear his kneecap apart but there was enough pain and fright to stop him right there without going to blows.
I'm really glad I bought the Leg Lock course. This has some amazing techniques to completely cripple your attacker. Keep up the great work.
The Leg Lock course is an amazing course filled with not only the fundamentals and basics of leg locks as advertised--but it was so great I wanted to drop a line to give my testimony that this course is the most complete compilation of knowledge when it comes to attacking the lower-body that I've ever seen in one place. Not to mention most of these things, I've never seen AT ALL. I love MMA and have trained Jiu-Jitsu, both gi and no gi, and it's amazing how nearly all MMA gyms have ignored and continue to ignore pretty much all lower body attacks even though they are SUCH quick fight enders.
Since going through this course, I've pulled off several of these moves with partners and let me say this, they have NO IDEA what's going on or what to do. Even some of the best guys I've rolled with only know how to lazily roll-out of a standard knee-bar. Get this course, drill it, and you will start owning folks left and right.
I really enjoyed the course. I had never been exposed to leg locks because the BJJ/kickboxing/Krav Maga classes won’t focus on them because they are too "dangerous to train". I feel like a whole new world has been opened to me and I’ve been using this stuff to create all kinds of havoc on my training partners. Thanks again man. This is well worth the money.
PS. Love the striking stuff you do too. Feel free to drop another MP3 for your boy. I use the olds ones couples time a week.James McCreary
Firstly I'd like to thank you for putting together such an awesome set of online courses. I first discovered you a while back through your Head Movement video and the other free videos you had put out on YouTube. I then signed up to receive some of your bonus videos and receive your emails. Recently I purchased your Leg Lock and supplemental Striking Dojo courses. I must say, I'm really happy with both of them.
I'm also extremely stoked because I've managed to finally assemble a small squad (3 + me) of my close personal defense minded (violent) friends to train on a weekly basis. This first session was great. We spent a bit of time hitting pads as well as drilling some choke defense and a few moves a couple of us had learned in Krav Maga classes. I then had them watch the first leg lock video, about escaping mount and going into a heel hook. It was great to be able to watch the video and then drill the moves. This is a very effective way to learn.
There’s only one word - Awesome!! I like your fresh approach to training in general whether it is the Striking courses or this Leg Lock course!!
My background is Sambo and we did a ton of leg locks, but the variations that Dan and you taught are just awesome!! My new go to moves are the knee separator from the guard and my fav of all time figure four leg tie up after a double or single leg takedown!!
I’m looking forward to some more training vids
This Leg Lock course is a great! If I had all the instincts, time and training partners needed, I would have already tried to impart this wisdom at the dojo where I study. I can see this being valuable in almost any curriculum focusing on ground fighting. Thanks for putting this together.
The Leg Locks is a GREAT course. Your videos are always great to watch and the course is pretty easy to learn. Your videos are detailed and practical. I have even tried some moves on a friend with whom I train different self defense techniques. Your Leg Locks course techniques have given me a great advantage over him even if he is taller and heavier. It’s worth every single dollar I have paid.
I have been extremely happy with the content you put out in the Leg Lock course! I've learned more about leg locks in this course than in my two years of training BJJ. Its crazy how many opportunities there are that we just don't recognize! I stopped training for a while but after getting this I am hyped to start again and try some of these nasty finishes out! Thanks again and keep doing what you are doing!
Your Leg Lock course is a bloody ripper!
I love your stuff. I’ve purchased your Leg Lock series and it is awesome. It works really well for someone like me who has four kids, works 50 hours a week, travels a lot with work, and can’t get to a BJJ or MMA gym but can get a training partner once or twice a week. You pack a lot of information into your stuff and your videos are entertaining to watch.
I just finished the Leg Lock program after about 7 months of training. It is an amazing course; it’s very comprehensive and complete. I couldn't find a partner willing to take the chance to practice these moves with a beginner, so I used a Jiu-Jitsu dummy. But this allowed me to practice the moves hundreds and hundreds of times as hard as possible. It's to the point where the Fischer figure four to heel hook is almost automatic. It's good to know that if a fight ever comes my way, I can grab a foot and it end it quickly and brutally.
And now on to the Fighting Larger Opponents program.
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I've learned a ton so far in this program. Watched every video and am more than halfway through completing the drills. I am psyched to keep training this, and repeat, and ingrain it more. Through this training I am confident that I could win a fight with a much bigger and stronger opponent if necessary. I'm not by nature the most coordinated guy but by sticking to the techniques and drills in this program, by getting the form down through your awesome videos (and then doing a lot of repetition), I know I have improved dramatically... I will be very dangerous if I need to use this in a fight. Working this program makes me more psyched to get back into a dojo/gym again at some point to do more sparring. Looking forward to learning more from your website and your future programs. Best wishes with your new ninja tyke in training.Erik Nielsen
If you’re looking for realistic and devastatingly effective techniques to quickly end a fight, esp against larger opponents- this is it. I’ve trained and later taught a variety of martial arts over the years, and also purchased several instructional programs (in the early days of UFC). Fight Smart wins; not even a close match. Travis has a talent for teaching; no BS, but lots of humor. If you wanna learn how to kick butt in a street fight or to get submissions during training/match- this series will do it.Gene Bolduc
This program is worth 3X what I paid for it. Your hard work is very appreciated Trav. I'm purchasing the Head Movement Program and almost certainly any program you do in the future.
The horizontal elbow... Diabolically effective. Tonight I was sparring with a bigger opponent and I was doing a pretty good job of slipping his punches but he was getting frustrated and got a little aggressive, so he started moving in on me which was promptly halted by a well placed horizontal elbow to his solar plexus. He went down and stayed down for a couple of minutes... Damn it sucked to be him tonight! The thing is, the move was instinctual. I did not plan to do it, it's just a move I feel comfortable throwing at the heavy bag and it came so naturally tonight so the moral of the story is this: if I drill the techniques in the way you show, I know that they will be there when I need them. Thanks TravDustin
Trav, thank you very much for this program! Also thanks to everybody involved making it! With quite some athletic background, it has been my first online course, and it helped me tremendously ! Breaking down every move was a big help for me, since at my MMA school, there´s not always the time. Also with my busy work schedule, family life and other obstacles, it`s perfect for me to be able to zigzag through the tutorials -- (and also mix them with the HM program or the free videos). So this all by itself was giving 100 % satisfactory -- but your strong communication skills and the unique and entertaining way in front of the camera made it even more inspiring -- excitement for the entire duration of that program -- ! the quality of your movements are amazing and are my aim for what to strive for - the ‘arts’ in ‘martial-arts’! It was a great experience! thanksThomas M
Trav, just wanted say your program is awesome so far man. I got a chance to skim through the Week 4 vids and the 'Getting the most out of your movement' video was a total light bulb moment for me. I am a firm believer in this style... the destructive power of these moves is one of the reasons why I love to watch Tyson mess people up!Q
Trav, just a quick note to say that I'm absolutely loving your program - despite not being a more vocal member. Game changing stuff you are doing here; it is truly excellent stuff.Mitchel McIntyre
Your elusive workouts are not only effective for moving ones ass, but also great at building up muscles, ligaments and tendons that support my rather unfit frame!Greg Golden
If you have ever worried about Fighting Bigger People, then this is the program for you. Trav uses his expert knowledge in MMA to break down the most effective fight strategies, step-by-step, for the street and for the ring. Trav has built a comprehensive training program that takes you from keeping your distance, to using long range weapons to stop a charging opponent, to using head movement and taking angles getting in close to deal out damage with various strikes. From there you will learn how to take a larger opponent to the ground and to finish them off with some of the most devastating Jiu-Jitsu submissions ever seen. Whatever your goals are, be it dealing with that larger bully or that larger opponent in the ring, the Fighting Bigger People training program will give you the skills you need to come out on top, literally! All you have to do is to follow the program and do the work.
Trav I will be one of the first in the queue for the Clinch Program. My personal fighting style has always been to get in close and deal damage so the clinch program looks tailor made for me. I echo the other comments on this site, I've always loved your teaching style some of your videos especially with that dude Casey have me in stitches! So thanks for everything Trav.
Trav, I love your program, it's really good. Sorry I'm not more vocal in discussions, but I am working the program. At least I was until I pulled a hammie playing rugby last week. The doctor thinks I should stop playing at 52 yrs old, but I think he needs to slap himself.
Being classically trained in TKD, this program appeals to my veteran core of "do whatever it takes." Your program reminds me of what a Ranger instructor said during hand-to-hand training - "when your life depends on it, there is no shame in the nut game."
So Trav, keep on keeping on, and I will use visualization until the hammie recovers.
Trav, I just wanted say your program is awesome so far man. I got a chance to skim through the Week 4 vids and the “Getting The Most Out Of Your Movement” one was a total light bulb moment. I’m a firm believer in that style and it’s one of the reasons why I love to watch Tyson mess people up.
I'm a Deputy Sheriff in Florida. I caught some dude breaking into cars. As I was on top of him trying to handcuff him, his buddy came over to try to get me off of him. After a SINGLE front kick, he was in the fetal position on the ground and cuffed up when back up arrived. I learned and drilled that move entirely from your videos. Thanks.
I'm a defensive tactics instructor and I find your stuff 100% better than the stuff the State approves. I pass on as much as possible and recommend your stuff all the time. My camera didn't catch the kick, but it got the aftermath.
Thanks again, man. Your stuff is the best.
You really break it all down easily so even a pacifist like me can understand the techniques. I hope to never have to use it, but it's good to know how to jiggle a head with a slip-5-2-3.
Your program is a nice comprehensive mix of boxing, mma, etc. I have learned a lot.
Hey man thanks again for all this info and training. I am definitely noticing a difference not only in my workouts but in sparring as well.
There is GOLD in this program. The Fighting Bigger People program is not just a bunch of techniques; it is a ginormous strategy that consists of many sequences that are made up of individual techniques that set each other up and counter the defense of the opponent. Each of the sequences can be a fighter’s signature technique because they are incredibly effective and can be used over and over again. I personally love the submission series from side control; it’s my ace-in-the-hole when I’m on top on the ground. Some techniques might not be as flashy as others, but they WORK.
I absolutely love this program, and I believe anyone who wants to fight intelligently would benefit A LOT from this program.
Thanks for the awesome program man. Good teachers are few and far in-between and you good sir have a knack for breaking things down in an entertaining way that anyone can understand. Add the fact that you're genuinely passionate about what you do, and you have a top-notch practical program that's worth every penny! On the real I've learned a great deal from you dude and will continue to grab other programs from you as they come out. Hell maybe one day I'll come through for a live lesson!Shaker Q
I'm back in college at New Mexico State… so me and this guy from class are hanging out. He invited me to his house. He is like 6'7 350. We were pounding beers. All of a sudden he starts blurting racist crap and all this Cartel bulls***. I tell him "Hey, I'm leaving, I don’t want to hear it." I go to leave and he grabs me by the shirt from behind. Thanks to the training, I automatically turn and Fade-Away-Hook to take an angle. That hurts him but he still comes at me, so I move away towards the door and outside of the house.
Based some of your advice, I think in my head, "I have no chance at boxing this guy", so I do a Tyson slip and grab his leg... Perfect single leg takedown!. So I put his leg into position and yell “Stop you $%^& or I will break your ankle!”... That was it. End of story. He said "No. No... please don't" and gave up. All I had to do was THREATEN him with one of the footlocks from the FBP course. Then we just stood there about 20 yards apart while I called my fiancée to pick me up. True story Travis..you saved my life. I’m so lucky I found your website. Keep doing what you are doing. You are actually saving lives.
Just wanted to say, the closing distance methods are awesome. I've been doing Muay Thai for 15 years but somehow managed to never learn how to close distance properly. I did the drills today... feels great!James
Hey Trav, after studying and practicing martial arts and boxing for the last couple of years I was eager to dig into this course.
The vids, pdf's and live hangouts were above and beyond expectation.
The course was well thought out and had a great sequential progression to it. Really enjoyed how each new lesson built on the last.
The outlined sets and reps matrix for practicing and training is invaluable for making the moves second nature when needed.
I would recommend this to anyone interested in the fighting arts.
Looking forward to future offerings.James Heid
Personally, I wasn't sure what to expect with this program but having seen the quality of the head movement series I had a feeling it was going to be well worth a punt. Coming from a background of 6 years of mixed martial arts, and actively training and teaching myself, I think that this program was a real must watch. Full of expert tips, brand new never before seen tricks and techniques and tons of legit street applicable tactics to learn and pass on to my students. Best of all the material is delivered in a hilarious and easily watchable way that will have you returning to the program again and again. Congratulations on a ground breaking program! The way distance learning martial arts should be taught.Stephen Pencil
I've been psyched working on everything and especially lately the boxing combos and slips. I feel I am improving and I am just loving every new day of this program. I am always pumped to start the next day and each new phase of this. I am planning on repeating this program the next three months and getting better and better. Thanks for making this Trav... it makes autonomous home training very achievable. I also want to join the next Fight Smart program you put together.Eric
10 minutes after watching the leaping hook video and i still have a residual boner.Ben MacKenzie
Buying this program is the best money I ever spent.The Illustrist
First, let me say that while normally I regard online "advice" as a bunch of hacks and frauds (see Kiai master vs MMA on YouTube for some laughs). I went through the journey of finding your free videos on YouTube, checking your site, and then joining the Fighting Bigger People program. It has been one of the best purchases I've made in recent years. Twelve weeks of videos is much more than I expected.
Although I’ve been doing Muay Thai for years, this program completely changed the way I fight and train, and it has added multiple elements to my game, so thanks for that. Your method of conveying the lessons is fun and engaging. The best thing, in my opinion, is the actual workouts which I print and laminate and take with me to the gym. I have read every bit and have watched every video at least 3 times, sometimes at work which was difficult to hide!
The program is awesome; keep at it because it works for everyone. Good luck with your life and your baby, I am about to become a first time father soon and super excited about it. I’m looking forward to more programs.
This program (Fighting Bigger People) is worth 3X what I paid for it. Your hard work is very appreciated Trav. I plan on purchasing the Head Movement program and almost certainly any program you do in the future.
I've been psyched working on everything and especially the boxing combos and slips. I feel I am improving and I love every new day of this program. I am always pumped to start the next day and each new phase. I am planning on repeating this program over the next three months and getting better and better. Thanks for making this Trav, it makes autonomous home training very achievable. I also want to join the next HTFN program you put together.
I am not able to master or even practice your techniques as quickly as you send them so I am waaaaay behind on the program, but, I am definitely making progress. I am a type 2 diabetic and since starting the course (and making other changes) I have had the best readings since I was diagnosed. So that, more than defending myself in a street fight, is my real motivation for doing this. I am 50 next year and have avoided fighting for the past 25 years - so don’t think I’m suddenly going to run into fights any time soon. Maybe I have the ultimate defense which is to avoid and/or talk your way out of trouble? Who knows - maybe I’ll go around and look for trouble. But that would be bad I guess.
Cheers my man.
I have been involved in boxing and martial arts for the past 40 years.
My resume includes self defense supervisor for a major metropolitan police department, Krav Maga Assistant Instructor (Brown belt); Machado BJJ (Blue belt); Vale Tudor Studio owner and California Novice Boxing Champion.
Ok big deal, everyone has a resume. I only provide as a basis for my recommendation.
I would highly recommend Travis' program. I purchased both the "Fighting Bigger People" and the "Leg Locks". It is funny, has great instruction and is very informative. There is tons of knowledge for your dollar!
I am 62 years old and don't have the inclination to roll around with young/stupid gladiators at this point in my elderly life. I train alone, and these programs are perfect. Give them a try, you won't regret it.
I wanted to tell you personally that your videos have already helped me a ton! I can't afford to buy the DVDs, but I have spent about six hours in the last four days practicing your take downs and staying in the dominant position with my boyfriend. I am a 23 yr old female who is a domestic violence survivor and a mother of a 3 year old son. Currently I am dating a 6'3" 190 lb lineman. I actually hurt him today because I didn't realize the power I have when exerted in the proper manner. I am more comfortable with being alone in public now and I feel like I can be a more normal and productive member of my family not living in total fear of being caught in the wrong situation. It is because of the tools I have developed in the last year with the knowledge you provided. I would like to thank you. You have improved my quality of life.
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I just started the HM mp3 last night. Dude its f***ing awesome. I managed to do about 95% without fault. Is there any chance you're making more of these? I’m pretty sure anyone who got the first mp3 would get another one!
I started listening to the mp3 and I was lost within the first minute, lol. I turned to the video for some help and followed along for a couple rounds in my swivel chair until I got familiar with the movements. Sitting in my chair, I felt my heart pumping, which motivated me to get up and finish the rest of the work-out on my feet. Without indulging in too many details I say this, I began the Mp3 workout in my pj's and by the time it was done, I was in my nickers!
This workout has given me a new spring in my step. Movin' like Joe Calzaghe.
The first time through was tough, but the 2nd time through it was a lot better and easier. I had a comprehension on what combos were coming next, so it all started to build. It's given me a new immense respect on how head and foot movement are so imperative in the fight game. Really love this program.
Trav, you’ve really help me with my balance. I got into a fight the other day and the slightest head movement worked. I didn’t fight the kid; instead I just moved around a lot and stayed on my feet. The kid got so mad he didn’t want to fight anymore. Thanks Trav
Hey man, I just want to check in with you.
Between your How to Fight Bigger People and Head Movement Master Programs, I'm taking in some seriously dangerous moves. I've been boxing for over 15 years. I've had over 3 different trainers in NYC, one even worked w/ Tyson. What I've realized is that everyone thinks they know "the right way". So I’ve learned to select what works for me and leave out what doesn’t.
I’ve been a sponge watching your vids over and over, and then I go practice and practice and so on. You dish out some very nice morsels of nastiness that I haven't seen. I’ve already incorporated many of these into my style. The good news is I’m seeing sick results. Take my hook for example; your technique has doubled my power. I can fold the bag. Thank you! You're a thinking man’s fighter and you study each nuance and deliver them in a unique way. Also, I’ve never thrown a straight right with a step in. That little ditty you taught me makes a huge power difference!
Btw, I went ahead and purchased your head movement mp3 too. The first time I did it was a nightmare; I only got through 2 rounds. I was pissed that I couldn't keep up. Next time, I went 4 rounds. Today is the 3rd time and I did all 10 rounds. I have to say, it's a sick workout and I plan to do it on the heavy bag to see how that works.
Thanks again Trav. Keep up the great work. Much love.
This workout is awesome! It sticks in your head forever. I was taking a nap and for some reason I could still hear your commands in my head. I guess that's kind of freakish, but it shows it works! Lol I’m looking forward to the future of Fight Smart!
Just wanted to say these workouts are getting me in the best shape of my life. Thanks man.
Yo Trav, I just wanted to email you and inform you that you are bomb shnizzle. I've been training in MMA for a few years but can't afford a trainer anymore. You have been a huge help In my home training until I can save a few $$. Just got your MP3 and it is bomb. #KeepKickingFaces
First off let me say great training and insights on your site. I bought the Head Movement mp3 training program the 1st time I saw it. Fortunately I haven't had to use it in the real world, but I did manage to lose 12 pounds, which is a lot given that I still eat and drink as frequently as I like. 🙂
I am loving the head movement/counter punching mp3. I have used it outside multiple times and it is very energizing and skill building. Keep this goodness coming man, it's all great.
Dude that mp3 head movement workout is out - f'ing- standing my friend! I have been using it as a warm up before bag and drill work and I am on fire by the time I get done. I have noticed that I am getting a lot faster with my combinations and more stable in my stance while throwing hand leg combos on my poor heavy bag as well as whatever poor sap is willing to hold the Thai pads for me. My head and legs just want to move more without really thinking about it. Seriously, thank you - please make more of whatever it is you make because it's all good.
Matt in Marlboro
I’m 47 and in pretty good shape. I listen to your MP3 every morning in a studio at my local NYSC, it’s awesome. Your videos and your sarcastic deliveries are awesome. My head is in a better place since following your direction. Thanks!
I just wanted to say good work on the workout mp3. Here is my feedback:
It got me off my ass. I am quite active but the psychological factory of paying for the mp3 made me invest time in actually doing all the various free techniques you share and drilling them.
I am building the muscle memory and technique vocabulary necessary to be a solid fighter. Right now it seems like it has been a great success, and I hope future projects are equally as good.
I was initially skeptical about how effective this workout would be, but after I got it and ran through half of it before work; I was pleasantly surprised that I was starting to breathe hard. Only when I woke up to my entire back and obliques being sore did I realize just how great this workout is, and I only had time to do half of it!
I just wanted to say great work and I'm glad I forked over the money for this MP3. I love watching your videos and they have inspired me to get back in shape and put more effort behind defending myself. My fiancé is in Columbus for school and I can say that after having her learn some techniques from your videos, I feel a lot safer having her there alone. Keep up the great work and I can't wait to see what you have in store for the future.
Thanks a lot,
Just a quick update about how your Head Movement MP3 has helped me. Before I do that though, I'd like to give a quick background about myself.
I've been teaching Taekwondo ITF for over 10 years. Now that might sound impressive to some, but my instructor friends have been teaching and training even longer than I have. I'm always the one getting bullied when sparring with them.
I practiced your MP3 workout only TWICE before sparring with my younger bro, who has been a black belt for 2 years. Sure I knew about head dodging from seeing boxers on YouTube but never really managed to put it to practice when fighting.
The sparring session with my brother went great in large part because I was able to dodge his punches and kicks. I felt more confident, had a better fighting stance and maintained my balance easily. He was surprised at how much of a difference this new skill made in my sparring. I'm waiting to meet up with my co-instructors to have another sparring session. We'll see how it goes!
Mike in Montana
Hey Trav, I just did the MP3 head-movement work out, and it was just as great as you proclaimed. I have to admit I had some trepidation beforehand. I have absolutely no tolerance for the gross overuse of the word "like" in contemporary speech. It's not so bad in strangers; I just call them idiots in my head and move on. But when well-spoken and articulate people -- such as yourself -- succumb to this linguistic virus, it's like finding out a smokin' hot babe you had the hots for is actually a lesbian. A great sadness ensues. And so I was a bit nervous playing the MP3 but lo and behold, not a single "like" in the whole thing! Hallelujah! And now that I've broken the seal I will be doing this workout twice a week. Thanks for a great supplement to my training program.
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