Modern No-Gi Backtakes

5.00(4 Ratings)

Description

Getting to the back is great. What’s not great is letting all your hard work go down the drain when you suddenly find that your opponent has finessed you and retained their guard. Not only do you have to begin putting in the work to get to a position you already had, you also have to do it twice as tired. 

Work Smarter, Not Harder.

This instructional is the glue that will stick you to your opponent’s back. This is your answer to one of jiu jitsu’s most frustrating problems, the inability to stabilise a position. 

Copy & Paste Trialed and Tested Techniques Into Your Game 

Mike Salazar Modern No-Gi Backtakes

Mike Salazar is a national no-gi treasure who’s taken the American no-gi scene by storm. Going up against some of the top level no-gi competitors, and consistently ending up on the podium. Now, he’s compiled his best back taking details into an easy to follow and implement instructional.

 

 

This course includes everything you need to know about how to take the back, stabilising the position once you get there and attacking from the back successfully. 

 

Target Audience

  • If you do all the work to get to the back just to let your opponent retain their guard, THIS IS FOR YOU.
  • Can’t finish your opponent once you’ve taken their back? With this course you can.
  • For those who want to add on to their no-gi game.
  • For those who want to increase their confidence in the back position

Course curriculum

24 Lessons

Introduction

Backtakes

Counters

Outro

Watch The Uninterrupted Version Of This Course HERE

Materials Included

About the instructor

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amazing information, there going to something in this instructional for everyone from white to black belt.

Amazing new Ideas and Techniques !!! If you want be ahead in this game, this is the way to go !

$77.00
Intermediate

What Will I Learn?

  • Taking the back from various positions
  • Stabilising the back position once you get to it
  • Attacking from the back position
  • Countering opponents’ reactions

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