Professor Steve Hordinski

Professor Steve Hordinski

5 Episodes

Steve Hordinski is a third-degree Gracie Jiu-Jitsu Black Belt under Master Caique Elias. Starting his journey in 1997, while stationed in Hawaii during his military services Hordinski discovered Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, beginning his training under the legendary Grandmaster Relson Gracie. Over the past twenty-two years, Professor Hordinski has developed an uncharted efficient Jiu-Jitsu grappling system that aspiring competitors to recreational practitioners can benefit from, taking one's game to the next level.

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Professor Steve Hordinski
  • Modified Russian Seminar 1of5

    Episode 1

    Welcome to JJOTG's online Modified Russian seminar series featuring Professor Steve Hordinski. In part one of this five part series Professor Steve will be showing us a highly effective sweep using the Modified Russian from the ground...oh yeah, and some lovely wrist locks to take on your journey.

  • Modified Russian Seminar 2of5

    Episode 2

    In the second installment of the Modified Russian series Professor Steve will be showing us a very fast Kimura finish combined with another nice wrist lock.
    Always stay curious and always keep exploring...

  • Modified Russian Seminar 3of5

    Episode 3

    When attempting the Kimura from the Modified Russian grip you will sometimes encounter an opponent that will roll through the move. In this video, Professor Steve will show us how to maintain control through the roll and establish a solid top position. There are also many submissions from this ...

  • Modified Russian Seminar 4of5

    Episode 4

    In the fourth installment of this Modified Russian series we will be exploring how to utilize the modified Russian grip in closed guard. From closed guard Professor Steve will show us a very easy sweep resulting in full mount control as well as simple adjustments to transition your opponent into...

  • Modified Russian Seminar 5of5

    Episode 5

    In our last video of the Modified Russian series Professor Steve leaves us with some very quick and effective wrist locks and Americanas from open guard.
    When you can consistently catch your opponent early it will surely change the way they approach you in the future.