Avoid shooting for the darce because you think your arms just aren’t long enough?
You know the darce is a killer finishing move. After all, so many high-level athletes have made their name based on this technique alone. So, why can’t you? Your training partners have said that maybe you’re too short or stocky to use the darce effectively. But that can’t be right, can it? There has to be something you’re missing in the setup, right? But for some reason, even when you do get the darce locked on… your opponent is always able to make just enough space to save their neck…
The truth is, the biggest mistake here has nothing to do with the length of your arms. No, you see the biggest mistake you could ever make is… giving up on the darce.
Imagine knowing you could hit the darce every time you tried, regardless of how long your arms are.
Don’t you just wish someone could lay out all the little tweaks and adjustments you’ve been missing all this time – in plain English? Better yet, what if you could get these adjustments from one of the most successful jiu jitsu athletes to use the darce in the game today? Who not only let you in on all his secrets to the choke but also opened your eyes to his system for connecting the darce with other high percentage match finishers.
Master the darce and use it to cast your opponent down a never-ending spiral of threats and submissions.
Everyone knows Edwin Najmi for his mastery of the darce, but that’s only a part of what makes his style of execution so dangerous. Right now is your golden opportunity to absorb his modus operandi and combine submissions like the anaconda, the arm-in guillotine, and of course the darce, into an infinite loop known as the washing machine system. Don’t let the name fool you, this isn’t home ed class. Once you understand the basic concept behind this system, your opponent will be stuck on spin and everything they try will only lead them into deeper waters…where the tap is inevitable.