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Accelerated Learning for the Grappling Arts

Accelerated Learning for the Grappling Arts

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Accelerated Learning
for the
Grappling Arts
By
Dr. David Ripley DC
Copyright 2001
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1.
Introduction
Chapter 2.
Superlearning
Chapter 3.
Instinctive Response and the Myth Of Muscle Memory
Chapter 4.
Rhythmic Keyword Sequencing
Chapter 5.
Visualization
Chapter 6.
The Superlearning Exercise
Chapter 7.
Position Meditations and the creation of position triggers.
Chapter 8.
How To Use The Accelerated Learning Video Tapes
Chapter 9.
The Big Mistake
Chapter 10.
Using Accelerated Learning with other BJJ or grappling tapes.
Appendix
Names of Positions
Recommended Reading (Mental Training)
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Chapter 1
\u201c\u2026The ultimate court of appeal is observation
and experience, not authority\u201d
Huxley
Introduction

The Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Accelerated Learning Course was created in Nov 1999 by Robert Morales, a brown belt under Joe Moreira, and Dr. David Ripley DC a BJJ student and researcher in the field of accelerated learning. Robert has his own Brazilian Jiu Jitsu School in southern California.

Using various accelerated learning methods we present the teaching of BJJ in such a way that the techniques are learned and developed into an instinctive response or a near instinctive response very quickly. An instinctive response is defined as an action or a reaction in which there is no conscious thought or intention to perform the action prior to its occurrence. It\u2019s a completely subconscious instinctive response. A near instinctive response is a response that is preceded by a conscious decision to perform it or any one of a number of other options. The near instinctive response is really an instinctive response but the response is a decision tree or thought process rather that an immediate physical action. In our BJJ Home Study program we\u2019ve incorporated a number of techniques that greatly accelerate the learning process. These accelerated learning methods enable one to accomplish in months what would have otherwise taken many years. The proficiency needed to achieve the various belt levels can be attained in a fraction of the time it takes when these methods aren\u2019t used

Our belt program is unique because by using Dr. Ripley's accelerated learning method, you learn the techniques much quicker than you normally would by training 2 or3 times a week. The techniques become ingrained in your sub-conscious and under "crisis" when sparring you are able to recall the proper move. By organizing our material by belt level the student can progress at an even quicker rate because he/she is not learning moves too complicated for their current skill level.

I totally believe that there is no substitute for mat time. In this case, mat will be used to enhance you as a grappler, to develop FEEL if you will. Sensitivity is an important physical attribute that cannot be ignored. But most jiu-jitsu fighters are developing Jiu-jitsu submission skills and grappling skills at the same time and this is why progress is delayed. Now if you were learning jiu-jitsu submissions and sweeps and escapes etc. at home with Dr. Ripley\u2019s method Class time will consist of becoming a better grappler developing sensitivity and the jiu-jitsu techniques will flow out naturally. I know it sounds to good to be true but it isn't. Belt promotions will be given to those who have used our method and DISPLAY the level of skill required for that belt level. By using our method you will progress much quicker than if you "just attend class" and wait for progress. It takes an average of 4

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