Does your opponent frequently weasel their way out of your submissions?
Or maybe you find yourself constantly winning matches on points but failing to secure victory with a submission? In this course, Keenan will take you through a range of submissions, how to successfully prescribe them to your opponent and how to defend them when you screw up and get stuck in one. After finishing this course. you’ll be equipped with all the tools to terrorize your opponent, whatever the position.
Submissions From The Guard
One could argue that effective submissions from the guard give jiu jitsu the edge over other grappling arts. By attacking from the bottom, you can submit a much larger opponent. In this section, Keenan takes you through some of his arsenal that will hopefully ignite a bond between you and submissions from guard.
Submissions From The Back & Turtle
The back is one of the most dominant positions in jiu jitsu and getting there is an opportunity you don’t want to miss. Your internet sensei Keenan is a back attack aficionado and submits his opponents from this position frequently. This section consists of lessons that will drastically improve your finishes from the back.
Submissions From Side Control
Being able to pin someone in side control is a huge advantage. This is because side control has a lot of variety when it comes to submissions. Join Keenan as he dives deep into a plethora of high percentage submissions of all types such as arm locks, shoulder locks, chokes, & more!
Submissions From The Top
Are you ready to absolutely terrorize your training partners as soon as you get on top of them?! GOOD.
In this section, we’ll focus on attaining technical mastery when submitting your opponent from the top position.
At some point in your jiu jitsu career, whether you like it or not, you’ll get stuck in a submission. Now that you’ve come to terms with that, it’s time to find a solution.
In this section of the course, Keenan will show you how to escape, defend and crush your opponent’s submission dreams as you take them one more step away from the win.
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