See Nogi, Hear Nogi, Speak Nogi
After finishing this nogi course, you will have a way better understanding of the art of strangling necks, utilizing the kimura trap to your advantage, playing guard, passing guard, standing, and overall being able to spot submissions before submissions spot you. Your training partners will hate you for this. But you don't care, and there's no shame in that!
Everyone and their Mom knows that Keenan is kinda famous for his skills in the gi. The lapel guards in particular are about as far away from a nogi course as possible.
*Insert your own “How do you apply the worm guard without the gi” joke here*. However let’s not forget Keenan has four medals from the ADCC. Two silvers and two bronzes. But what does that even mean to you? I’m glad you’ve asked! It means that Keenan is just as qualified to teach you nogi as he is qualified to teach you the power of the worm in the gi. This nogi course is Keenan’s take on the dark arts! Learn how Keenan thinks about nogi techniques and what he does differently from the mainstream approach.
Nogi Pan Ams
2X ADCC Silver &
2X ADCC Bronze
Keenan teaches you exactly what you need to do, how to get there, and how to finish what you started.
Trying to submit or control someone in nogi just doesn’t work the same as it does in the gi when you can grip sleeves, collars, and pants. One wrong squeeze and your opponent who’s only wearing spandex will slip out of your attack like a bar of soap in the shower. But don’t worry, there are levels to this, and you’re about to learn Keenan’s exact ways to dismantle your opponent’s, regardless of where the fight goes.
Don't just dream about being elite, start developing your nogi game now.
This nogi course holds the answers to your biggest problems on the mats. Waiting for you are eight sections that will completely transform your nogi game from potato to gem. From hunted to hunter. From getting rekt by athletic blue belts to doing the rekking. From… “Yeah I get the point, MOVE ON!”
Section 1: Crucifix
Section 2: Front Headlock
Section 3: Kimura Trap
Section 4: Leglocks
Section 5: Guard Passing
Section 6: Guard Playing
Section 7: Submissions
Section 8: Stand Up
Gain an unfair advantage over your training partners/ competition nemeses.
After finishing this nogi course, you will have a way better understanding of the art of strangling necks, utilizing the kimura trap to your advantage, playing guard, passing guard, standing, and overall being able to spot submissions before submissions spot you. Your training partners will hate you for this. But you don’t care, and there’s no shame in that!
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