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The Guard Retention Formula Rory Van Vliet & Stephan Kesting

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The Guard Retention Formula Rory Van Vliet & Stephan Kesting

A Retenção Guarda é uma das habilidades mais importantes do Jiu-Jitsu

A guarda é a posição definidora no Jiu-Jitsu.

Qualquer um pode ganhar uma luta a partir da posição superior, mas se você acabar na parte inferior, então sua guarda é a única coisa que vai salvá-lo.

Mas se alguém passa pela guarda, então você não pode raspar. Se alguém passa sua guarda, então você não pode finalizá-lo. Ou se alguém passa sua guarda, então você não pode se defender de golpes.

Então, ter um guarda intransponível é a coisa mais importante que você pode desenvolver em seu jogo de jiu-jitsu!

Para ajudá-lo a fazer a sua guarda muito mais difícil este curso apresenta a fase final de edição da Fórmula de Retenção de Guarda com bjj faixa preta Rory Van Vliet.

Neste conceitualmente fundamentado instrucional você vai ter passo-a-passo métodos para parar todos as passagens de guarda mais comuns e mais poderosas, incluindo o joelho cortante, toreando, passagem amassando, passagem esgrimada, leg drag, com esgrima dupla, e muito mais.

É incrivelmente extensa e dá-lhe tudo o que você precisa para uso com kimono, sem gi, MMA e aplicações de autodefesa.

Conteúdo do Curso

Guard Retention Concepts
What is the Guard?
Proper Alignment in Guard
Frames and Levers for Guard Retention
Layers of Frames for Defense
Controlling Inside Space
Knee-Elbow Connection
Regulated Tension
Blocking the Leading Edge
Hip Direction and Efficiency of Movement
Turtle as a Last Defense!
Don’t Use Closed Guard as a Beginner!
The 3 Phases of Guard and Ranges
The Ranges of Guards
Solo Movements and Drills
Introduction to Solo Movements
Bridging and Shrimping
Half Granby
Full Granby Inversion
Wall Inversion
Pummeling Legs and Egg Beaters
Pendulum and Turkish Get Up
Technical Stand Up a) From Hand
Technical Stand Up b) From Elbow
Turnover to Turtle
Sit Down From Turtle
Back Roll
Seated Guard Pass Early Stage Defenses
Proper Alignment and Hip Movement
Managing the Range with Frames
Opponent Controls Feet or Ankles – Grab the Wrists
Opponent Controls Feet or Ankles – Establishing Butterfly Hooks
Opponent Controls Feet or Ankles – Open Elbow & Arm Drag
Opponent Controls Feet or Ankles – Collar Drag (Gi Only)
Opponent Deadlifts Legs – Circle Legs Early or Late
Opponent Controls Collar and Pants – Establishing Butterfly Hooks and Frame
Opponent Closes the Distance – Retreat to Closer Range Guard
Opponent Closes the Distance – Short Frame and Half Granby
Recumbent Guard Pass Early Stage Defenses
Opponent Stays at a Distance
Opponent Controls Ankles – Egg Beaters and Grip Breaks
Opponent Controls Ankles – Sit Up and Frame
Opponent Lifts Legs to Stack Pass – Circle Legs Out
Opponent Controls Pants – Egg Beaters and Grip Breaks
Opponent Controls Pants – Counter Sleeve Grips and Lever Control
Opponent Forces Feet Down – Switch to Butterfly Guard
Leg Drag and Cross Step Over Pass Defenses
Intro to the Leg Drag Pass
High Leg
High Leg to Full Granby
Leg Frame and Hip Escape
Arm Frame and Insert Bottom Hook
Cannonball and Mantis Guard Defenses
Cross Step Over Pass Defenses
Toreando Pass Defenses
Intro to the Toreando (Bullfighter) Pass
Elbow Manipulation and Redirection
Knee Grip Neutralization with Feet (Gi Only)
Frame and Reguard
Frame and Inversion
Frame and Leg Pummel
Turn Away Granby
Granby to Vampire Roll
X Pass Defenses
Intro to the X Pass
Neutralizing Grips and High Leg
Invert and Spin
Half Granby and Vampire Roll
Knee Cut Pass Defenses
Intro to the Knee Cut Pass
Falling Back to Reverse De La Riva
High Leg or Top Knee
Falling Back to Half Guard
Frame and Hip Escape
Knee-Elbow Connection and Bump
Bump and Low Single
Recovering vs Sleeve Grip (Gi Only)
Falling Back to Deep Half Guard
Long Step and Over-Under Pass Defenses
Long Step Pass Defenses – Recognition, Framing, and Sit Up
Intro to the Over-Under Pass
Frame and Hip Escape
Manipulating Opponent’s Center of Gravity
Twist Sweep
Bicep Frame/Caio Terra Defense
Roll Over Defense (Gi Only)
Using the Kimura for Defense
Knee Staple Pass Defenses
Intro to Knee Staple Pass
Hip Mobility and Knee Frame
Vampire Roll
Double Unders Pass Defenses
Intro to the Double Unders Pass
Heavy Hips
Sit Up Defense
Wrist Control
Elbow Push Escape
Frame and Shoulder Walk
Back Roll
Pants or Belt Grip Defenses (Gi Only)
Double Overs Pass Defenses
Intro to the Double Overs Pass and Basic Defense
Double Overs Defense – The Switch
The Collar Tie Series
The Collar Tie
Reverse Collar Tie vs Opponent Ducking Under
Frame and Hip Escape vs Collar Tie Killer
Half Granby When Being Collapsed
Overhook Tie and Hip Heist
Box Tie vs Tight Opponent
Hip Switch from Box Tie
Back Roll vs Forward Momentum
Butterfly Hooks and The Admiral Sweep
Folding Pass Defenses
Intro to Folding Pass and Collar Tie Defense
Butterfly Hook Insertion
Twisted Mount/Dope Mount Defenses
Half Guard Pass Defenses
Intro to the Half Guard and Recovery to Full Guard
Recovery vs Folding Pass and Leg Weave
Recovery vs Kick Out
Recovery vs Knee Control
Recovery vs Leg Drag
Recovery vs Underhook
Recovery vs Cross Face
Recovery from Reverse Half Guard
Recovery vs ¾ Mount
Deep Half Guard Pass Defenses
Intro to Deep Half Guard and Its Purpose in Retention
Using Hooks and Going Out the Back
The Waiter Sweep and Moving to Other Guards
Turtle Escapes
Intro to the Turtle Position and its Purpose in Guard Retention
Turning Into Your Opponent
Sitting Down to Guard
Turning Away from Opponent
Half Granby
The Robson Hook
The 2 on 1 Control (aka the Turtle Cheat Code)
Guard Retention Drills and Examples
Drilling Guard Retention – Frames and Levers Passing (aka FYJJ)
Frames and Levers Passing 1 (No Gi)
Frames and Levers Passing 2 (Gi)
Frames and Levers Passing 3 (No Gi)
Frames and Levers Passing 4 (Gi)
Frames and Levers Passing 5 (No Gi)
Guard Retention Conclusion

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