MAKE IT HARDER FOR
TO PIERCE THROUGH
By exploring the setups and principles of submissions from all angles
Let me regale you with a tale.
One of the submissions that I understand the best is the ezekiel choke. Countless hours have gone into refining that choke, and I’ve experienced all kinds of resistance on the mat. Thus, I understand at a deep level what makes the choke work and what factors can neutralize or eliminate the threat.
And for that reason, I can’t remember how long it’s been since anyone has caught me with it.
Oh, they’ve tried.
It matters not though.
I recognize the signs of the threat in its infancy, and I know exactly how to stop things from progressing further.
That didn’t come drilling escapes though.
It came from understanding all the elements of the threat and what has to happen for it to work. And that’s exactly what this course is about. We’re going to focus on the crucial aspects of a wide variety of submission entries and setups, and over time, your insight into your opponent’s intent will exponentially grow.
Every week, specific submission transitions will broken down with a focus on the principles behind what is being accomplished and tips for how to kill the threat.
That production schedule is strict, and at the very least, one additional lesson will be added on a weekly basis.
Over time, your ability to recognize and obliterate submission threats will shoot through the roof. But becoming submission proof is no easy task. It’ll take time, effort and dedication.
There’s no magic bullet.
But this course will make the process easier.
Here’s a small taste of what you’ll learn inside:
How people make themselves vulnerable to the triangle like lambs to the slaughter and what you can do to avoid it. (It’s one of those bad habits that absolutely have to be destroyed. )
The one grip that you can never be complacent about in closed guard. (Being anal retentive about addressing this grip early gives you an aura of power when it comes to attacking the closed guard.)
One of the easiest transitional escapes from the omoplata. (But only if you work on it, and systematically improve your timing and execution.)
The triangle escape that used to serve me well broken down in a situation where it almost must be used. (The situation dictates the response.)
A stoopid simple way to untangle yourself from an ankle lock. (Not only will it help you escape the leglock but often it also puts you in great position to pass the guard.)
One of the worst ways to get caught in the triangle and exactly what you can do to stop the threat early. (Most triangle escapes WILL NOT work if you’re caught in this particular setup.)
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