Are You Struggling With Standing Up In NoGi? We all heard of the white belt dance, right? Picture two beginners trying to take each other down, they’re both collar tied up, both unsure about what their next move is, and both afraid that sooner or later they’ll get taken down. Does this sound like a problem you deal with?
What Should I Expect To Learn Inside Darryl’s Course? Inside this course, you will learn the importance of grip fighting, how to break your opponent’s grips, how to get to the collar tie plus how to destroy your opponent’s collar tie, how to bait your opponent using tips & tricks plus many ways to close the distance between you and your opponent so you can take your opponents down or harass them with front headlocks. We hope your guard passing is above average because once you master these grip fighting techniques, people will rather just pull guard than feel silly trying to stand up with you.
Does It Sometimes Get Awkward? There’s nothing more frustrating than when you get to nogi class and the coach tells everyone to grab a partner and drill their favorite takedown entries… but you have none. Sure, you might hit a basic armdrag or reach out to pick up your partner’s leg for a single leg, but it doesn’t take you long to realize you have no idea how to actually get past your opponent’s hands and arms to take them down if you actually had to. Fear not, we got the solution.
Learn How To Wrestle From Someone That Knows How To Teach People How To Wrestle. UFC Championship wrestling coach Darryl Christian is here to share with YOU everything he knows about the art of grip fighting. The techniques and ideas Darryl shows you inside this course have worked with UFC champions, Olympic champions, and multiple ADCC medalists. If you’re someone that wants to level up their stand-up, this is the course for you.
I was in a tournament recently vs a purple belt (i`m a white belt) and I lost 2-0 and I would say I did as well as I did because of this course as most of the match was on the feet.
This course just did so much for my stand up game. I still struggle vs the college wrestlers but people of equal skill/time I definitely have an advantage now. My take downs still need a lot of work but I`m winning all the grip battles or vs the D1 guys & brown/black belts I at least understand why I`m losing.