Ever got your grips broken so easily you ended up getting your guard passed, mounted, and cross choked just because you were so schrocked at how easily your grip got destroyed and you totally forgot to even think about what your opponent was throwing at you? It’s a scary feeling, right? What once you thought was a strong grip is now a couple of fingers that will need tape for 3 weeks and a soul that will need healing before rolling with that person again.
Just because your grips are stronger than your average white beltch doesn’t mean you know how to PROPERLY grip. A strong squeeze will eventually die out, a technical grip will last as long as you need it to.
When you think of the sound of the name ‘Schrock’, you’re already picturing an iron grip. It’s time for your opponents to think the same when they see your name in the bracket. Regardless of your belt, this course is guaranteed to teach you something you’ve never seen before.
What do all of the above have in common? GRIPS!
I love this course! Great techniques and instructions. A great look into how essential and effective grips are. If you practice in the gi, buy this course.
I loved the human chess concept. It really opened my eyes to what grips are important and when. I thoroughly enjoyed the passing portion the most, because the grips in those positions really make or break the pass.
Buy this instructional you must, pass the guard you will.
Great course and a real jewel.
First of all: when I saw that there is a course of Nick Shrock on Jiu Jitsu X I needed to get it right away. I spent my summer holiday 2019 in California and as I train at Ribeiro Jiu Jitsu in Munich of course I had to go to the University of Jiu Jitsu. When I visited a morning class there Nick was running the class. At the end I had the opportunity to roll with Nick and this was a round I am still amazed by.
Of course it is not surprising at all that my guard gets pulverised when rolling with a high level black belt. But what completely struck me was how he did it (3 times within 3 minutes almost each time getting submitted wristlock, wristlock and saved by the clock :-)). I had the impression that Nick was passing like other people play chess. It was so effortless.
Now that I bought the course and saw the first videos I at least "get a first grip" of what he did.
This course is a great instructional that will take everyone`s game a few steps ahead by understanding details that one might not think about.
Thanks Jiu Jitsu X for making this instructional happen. The knowledge in this course should be rated as a performance enhancing drug and being banned right away.