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Systematic Submission Dilemmas: High Level Triangle and Leg Lock Combos by Craig Jones

Learn the system Craig Jones uses to combine triangle chokes and leg locking into a devastatingly dangerous submission game

  • See how to lock on triangles from everywhere and create the most leverage possible for full strangulation
  • Study Craig’s genius leg locking transitions and finishes for maximum control and breaking power
  • COMBINE triangle chokes and leg locks to start attacking upper and lower body dilemmas
  • Craig Jones is one of the best no-gi grapplers ever, and one of the most technical and feared submission artists on Earth
  • See the dilemma system in action as Craig breaks down live rolling footage so you can watch the strategy and techniques take life


Course Content

Volume 1

Chapter 1 - Intro 0:00 - 01:14
Chapter 2 - Cross Blocking 01:14 - 07:55
Chapter 3 - Cross Blocking With Counter Options 07:55 - 11:26
Chapter 4 - Cross Block Scoop Counter 11:26 - 15:08
Chapter 5 - Body Kick Catch Counter 15:08

Volume 2

Chapter 1 - Straight Locks - Ankle Lock: Solving 'The Kick Through Problem’0:00 - 09:33
Chapter 2 - 50/50 Straight Ankle09:33 - 13:02
Chapter 3 - Knee Bars13:02

Volume 3

Chapter 1 - The Triangle (Sankaku) - Triangle (Sankaku) Finishing Mechanics - Front Triangle (Omote Sankaku) & The Two Main Problems 0:00 - 07:42
Chapter 2 - Hantai Sankaku & Overcoming the Hip Grip 07:42 - 14:12
Chapter 3 - Ushiro Sankaku (Rear Triangle) 14:12 - 20:23
Chapter 4 - Overcoming 'The Roll Out Problem' To Finish an Ushiro Sankaku: The Extension Grip 20:23 - 25:00
Chapter 5 - Troubleshooting the Rear Triangle (Ushiro Sankaku) with Front Triangle (Omote Sankaku) 25:00 - 26:54
Chapter 6 - Gyaku Sankaku (Reverse Traingle) and the 'Step Over Problem' 26:54 - 30:27
Chapter 7 - Yoko Sankaku (Side Triangle) 30:27 - 35:20
Chapter 8 - The Tightest Yoko Sankaku Finish - Overcoming ’The Wardzinski Bridge Over’ Problem 35:20 - 39:26
Chapter 9 - Triangles & The ONLY TIME I’ve Ever Been Heel Hooked - The Nathan Orchard Story 39:26 - 44:08
Chapter 10 - Triangling for Endomorphs 44:08

Volume 4

Chapter 1 - Entering the Triangle (Sankaku) - Entering From Bottom Position - Fighting for your two on one grips 0:00 - 03:46
Chapter 2 - Front Sankaku Entry Against Kneeling Opponent 03:46 - 07:25
Chapter 3 - Front Sankaku Entry Against Standing Opponent 07:25 - 11:12
Chapter 4 - Hip Bump Entry from Open Guard 11:12 - 16:05
Chapter 5 - Hip Bump Entry From Closed Guard 16:05 - 18:57
Chapter 6 - Lumberjack Entry 18:57 - 24:25
Chapter 7 - Overhook Entry 24:25 - 30:02
Chapter 8 - Exploring Triangles From the Williams Guard 30:02 - 37:11
Chapter 9 - The Relationship Between Arm in Guillotines and Triangles 37:11 - 41:22
Chapter 10 - Understanding the Relationship Between High Knee Shields, Low Knee Shields, & Triangles 41:22 - 47:07
Chapter 11 - Low Knee Shield Scissor Entry 47:07 - 58:55
Chapter 12 - Knee Shield to Butterfly to Kuzushi 58:55 - 01:04:53
Chapter 13 - Scoop Grip Entry for Gyaku Sankaku 01:04:53

Volume 5

Chapter 1 - Entering from Top Position - Introduction to the Shoulder Pry 0:00 - 08:58
Chapter 2 - Entering Front Triangle from Shoulder Pry 08:58 - 13:00
Chapter 3 - Ankle Sankaku From Shoulder Pry 13:00 - 19:25
Chapter 4 - The Ushiro/Ankle Sankaku Dilemma from Shoulder Pry 19:25 - 28:53
Chapter 5 - Incorporating the Shoulder Pry From Side Control 28:53 - 33:53
Chapter 6 - Entering Yoko Sankaku From the Kimura Trap 33:53

Volume 6

Chapter 1 - Playing the Dilemma Between Upper Body & Lower Body Attacks 0:00 - 07:33
Chapter 2 - Transitioning to the Legs - Omote Sankaku to Back Side 50/50 07:33 - 17:50
Chapter 3 - Addressing the Problem of a Split Squat from Backside 50/50 17:50 - 20:39
Chapter 4 - Imanari Roll Entry to Cross Ashi From Omote Sankaku 20:39 - 27:42
Chapter 5 - Omote Sankaku to X-Guard 27:42 - 36:14
Chapter 6 - Addressing the 'Back Step Problem' from Reverse X 36:14 - 40:28
Chapter 7 - Entering Backside 50/50 From X-Guard 40:28 - 45:48
Chapter 8 - Omote Sankaku to Standard Ashi Garami 45:48

Volume 7

Chapter 1 - Failed Off Balance from Standard Ashi Garami 0:00 - 04:37
Chapter 2 - Using Kuzushi to Enter Reverse X from Ashi Garami 04:37 - 08:35
Chapter 3 - Exploring the Relationship Between Ashi Garami & X-Guard 08:35 - 11:23
Chapter 4 - Exploring the Intricacies of Reaping 11:23 - 17:08
Chapter 5 - Breaking Our Opponents Stance with a Lace to Lace Kuzushi (The Anthony Rumble Entry) 17:08 - 22:54
Chapter 6 - Hantai Sankaku To Backside 50/50 22:54 - 26:30
Chapter 7 - Iminari Roll Entry to Cross Ashi from Hantai Sankaku 26:30 - 30:22
Chapter 8 - Entering 50/50 from Hantai Sankaku 30:22 - 33:31
Chapter 9 - Generating Heel Exposure Towards the Inside & the Outside Against A Split Squat 50/50 33:31 - 38:22
Chapter 10 - Backside 50/50 Entry from Standard 50/50 38:22 - 43:24
Chapter 11 - Flanking Our Opponent From 50/50 43:24 - 47:59
Chapter 12 - Gyaku Sankaku to Back Side 50/50 47:59 - 50:13
Chapter 12 - Dealing with the 'Step Over Problem' from Gyaku Sankaku 50:13

Volume 8

Chapter 1 - COMMENTARY - Craig vs. Jake Shields 0:00 - 11:59
Chapter 2 - COMMENTARY - Craig vs. Vinny Magalhaes 11:59 - 31:18
Chapter 3 - COMMENTARY - Craig vs. Gilbert Burns 31:18 - 45:53
Chapter 4 - COMMENTARY - Craig vs. Anthony Rumble Johnson 45:53 - 59:38
Chapter 5 - COMMENTARY - Craig vs. Adam Wardzinski 59:38 - 01:18:21
Chapter 6 - COMMENTARY - Craig vs. Nick Calvanese 01:18:21

Systematic Submission Dilemmas: High Level Triangle and Leg Lock Combos by Craig Jones

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Learn the system Craig Jones uses to combine triangle chokes and leg locking into a devastatingly dangerous submission game

  • See how to lock on triangles from everywhere and create the most leverage possible for full strangulation
  • Study Craig’s genius leg locking transitions and finishes for maximum control and breaking power
  • COMBINE triangle chokes and leg locks to start attacking upper and lower body dilemmas
  • Craig Jones is one of the best no-gi grapplers ever, and one of the most technical and feared submission artists on Earth
  • See the dilemma system in action as Craig breaks down live rolling footage so you can watch the strategy and techniques take life


Course Content

Volume 1

Chapter 1 - Intro 0:00 - 01:14
Chapter 2 - Cross Blocking 01:14 - 07:55
Chapter 3 - Cross Blocking With Counter Options 07:55 - 11:26
Chapter 4 - Cross Block Scoop Counter 11:26 - 15:08
Chapter 5 - Body Kick Catch Counter 15:08

Volume 2

Chapter 1 - Straight Locks - Ankle Lock: Solving 'The Kick Through Problem’0:00 - 09:33
Chapter 2 - 50/50 Straight Ankle09:33 - 13:02
Chapter 3 - Knee Bars13:02

Volume 3

Chapter 1 - The Triangle (Sankaku) - Triangle (Sankaku) Finishing Mechanics - Front Triangle (Omote Sankaku) & The Two Main Problems 0:00 - 07:42
Chapter 2 - Hantai Sankaku & Overcoming the Hip Grip 07:42 - 14:12
Chapter 3 - Ushiro Sankaku (Rear Triangle) 14:12 - 20:23
Chapter 4 - Overcoming 'The Roll Out Problem' To Finish an Ushiro Sankaku: The Extension Grip 20:23 - 25:00
Chapter 5 - Troubleshooting the Rear Triangle (Ushiro Sankaku) with Front Triangle (Omote Sankaku) 25:00 - 26:54
Chapter 6 - Gyaku Sankaku (Reverse Traingle) and the 'Step Over Problem' 26:54 - 30:27
Chapter 7 - Yoko Sankaku (Side Triangle) 30:27 - 35:20
Chapter 8 - The Tightest Yoko Sankaku Finish - Overcoming ’The Wardzinski Bridge Over’ Problem 35:20 - 39:26
Chapter 9 - Triangles & The ONLY TIME I’ve Ever Been Heel Hooked - The Nathan Orchard Story 39:26 - 44:08
Chapter 10 - Triangling for Endomorphs 44:08

Volume 4

Chapter 1 - Entering the Triangle (Sankaku) - Entering From Bottom Position - Fighting for your two on one grips 0:00 - 03:46
Chapter 2 - Front Sankaku Entry Against Kneeling Opponent 03:46 - 07:25
Chapter 3 - Front Sankaku Entry Against Standing Opponent 07:25 - 11:12
Chapter 4 - Hip Bump Entry from Open Guard 11:12 - 16:05
Chapter 5 - Hip Bump Entry From Closed Guard 16:05 - 18:57
Chapter 6 - Lumberjack Entry 18:57 - 24:25
Chapter 7 - Overhook Entry 24:25 - 30:02
Chapter 8 - Exploring Triangles From the Williams Guard 30:02 - 37:11
Chapter 9 - The Relationship Between Arm in Guillotines and Triangles 37:11 - 41:22
Chapter 10 - Understanding the Relationship Between High Knee Shields, Low Knee Shields, & Triangles 41:22 - 47:07
Chapter 11 - Low Knee Shield Scissor Entry 47:07 - 58:55
Chapter 12 - Knee Shield to Butterfly to Kuzushi 58:55 - 01:04:53
Chapter 13 - Scoop Grip Entry for Gyaku Sankaku 01:04:53

Volume 5

Chapter 1 - Entering from Top Position - Introduction to the Shoulder Pry 0:00 - 08:58
Chapter 2 - Entering Front Triangle from Shoulder Pry 08:58 - 13:00
Chapter 3 - Ankle Sankaku From Shoulder Pry 13:00 - 19:25
Chapter 4 - The Ushiro/Ankle Sankaku Dilemma from Shoulder Pry 19:25 - 28:53
Chapter 5 - Incorporating the Shoulder Pry From Side Control 28:53 - 33:53
Chapter 6 - Entering Yoko Sankaku From the Kimura Trap 33:53

Volume 6

Chapter 1 - Playing the Dilemma Between Upper Body & Lower Body Attacks 0:00 - 07:33
Chapter 2 - Transitioning to the Legs - Omote Sankaku to Back Side 50/50 07:33 - 17:50
Chapter 3 - Addressing the Problem of a Split Squat from Backside 50/50 17:50 - 20:39
Chapter 4 - Imanari Roll Entry to Cross Ashi From Omote Sankaku 20:39 - 27:42
Chapter 5 - Omote Sankaku to X-Guard 27:42 - 36:14
Chapter 6 - Addressing the 'Back Step Problem' from Reverse X 36:14 - 40:28
Chapter 7 - Entering Backside 50/50 From X-Guard 40:28 - 45:48
Chapter 8 - Omote Sankaku to Standard Ashi Garami 45:48

Volume 7

Chapter 1 - Failed Off Balance from Standard Ashi Garami 0:00 - 04:37
Chapter 2 - Using Kuzushi to Enter Reverse X from Ashi Garami 04:37 - 08:35
Chapter 3 - Exploring the Relationship Between Ashi Garami & X-Guard 08:35 - 11:23
Chapter 4 - Exploring the Intricacies of Reaping 11:23 - 17:08
Chapter 5 - Breaking Our Opponents Stance with a Lace to Lace Kuzushi (The Anthony Rumble Entry) 17:08 - 22:54
Chapter 6 - Hantai Sankaku To Backside 50/50 22:54 - 26:30
Chapter 7 - Iminari Roll Entry to Cross Ashi from Hantai Sankaku 26:30 - 30:22
Chapter 8 - Entering 50/50 from Hantai Sankaku 30:22 - 33:31
Chapter 9 - Generating Heel Exposure Towards the Inside & the Outside Against A Split Squat 50/50 33:31 - 38:22
Chapter 10 - Backside 50/50 Entry from Standard 50/50 38:22 - 43:24
Chapter 11 - Flanking Our Opponent From 50/50 43:24 - 47:59
Chapter 12 - Gyaku Sankaku to Back Side 50/50 47:59 - 50:13
Chapter 12 - Dealing with the 'Step Over Problem' from Gyaku Sankaku 50:13

Volume 8

Chapter 1 - COMMENTARY - Craig vs. Jake Shields 0:00 - 11:59
Chapter 2 - COMMENTARY - Craig vs. Vinny Magalhaes 11:59 - 31:18
Chapter 3 - COMMENTARY - Craig vs. Gilbert Burns 31:18 - 45:53
Chapter 4 - COMMENTARY - Craig vs. Anthony Rumble Johnson 45:53 - 59:38
Chapter 5 - COMMENTARY - Craig vs. Adam Wardzinski 59:38 - 01:18:21
Chapter 6 - COMMENTARY - Craig vs. Nick Calvanese 01:18:21

Create The Ultimate Submission Dilemma Between Upper and Lower Body With These Triangle and Leg Lock Combos From International Grappling Star & DDS Team Member Craig Jones

Finish Fights With More Technique and Strategy With ADCC Medalist Craig Jones’s Step-by-Step System For Relentlessly Hunting The Submission



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What Will You Learn?

Craig Jones is BACK with BJJ Fanatics with a super-sized 8-volume instructional series on how to create the ultimate submission danger, using triangles and leg locks together for a dilemma-based system. By combining these two, your opponent will defend one attack only to give you another as you move from technique to technique until you get the finish.

As Craig has evolved from a promising no-gi grappling prospect to an ADCC medalist and one of the best submission hunters ever, he has learned an important truth: As your opponent defends one submission, they will give you access to other parts of the body. If they defend high, go low. They defend low? Go high. Now, this strategy has helped him develop into one of the most active finishers in submission grappling and you can learn how here.

By combining triangles (upper body) and leg locks (lower body), Craig shows how to take your submission game to the next level. He breaks down each submission in detail, including finishing mechanics and the solutions to the major problems of each hold. Then, you’ll learn how to combine the two by playing off of key weaknesses in the defense to each.

Once you have the submission dilemma system in place, Craig shows how to enter into the system from all his most effective positions. Attack leg locks and triangles from top position, open guard, half guard, closed guard, and more, each one giving you full access to the rest of the system. Included in here is real-world examples from some of Craig’s most high profile matches, so you can see the same entries that have worked against elite competition.

See the submission system in action as Craig breaks down live rolling footage from the gym, and shows you his strategy and choices as he goes so you can watch how these moves fit together against resistance. This new 8-volume series will give you a much more dangerous game as you start working off the upper and lower body dilemmas that Craig specializes in.

The Single Greatest Drill To Develop A Strong Inside Heel Hook

So, What Exactly Do You Get?

Part 1:

  • Introduction 
  • Leg Lock Breaking Mechanics 
  • Breaking the Unbreakable 
  • Twisting Locks 
  • Breaking Mechanics and Asymmetry: The Vinny Magalhaes Match 
  • Hierarchy of Breaking Grips for Inside & Outside Heel Hooks 
  • The Outside Heel Hook 
  • The Single Greatest Drill To Develop a Strong Outside Heel Hook
  • The Inside Heel Hook from Cross Ashi 
  • Inside Heel Hook from Cross Ashi - Outside Hip 
  • Inside Heel Hook from an Asymmetrical 50/50 
  • Inside Heel Hook from Backside 50/50 
  • The Single Greatest Drill to Develop a Strong Inside Heel Hook
  • Finishing the Toe Hold & The Two Most Powerful Grips 
  • Aoki Lock
  • Estima Lock
  • Reverse Toe Hold 

Part 2:

  • Straight Locks - Ankle Lock: Solving 'The Kick Through Problem
  • 50/50 Straight Ankle 
  • Knee Bars 

Part 3:

  • The Triangle (Sankaku) 
  • Triangle (Sankaku) Finishing Mechanics 
  • Front Triangle (Omote Sankaku) & The Two Main Problems 
  • Hantai Sankaku & Overcoming the Hip Grip 
  • Ushiro Sankaku (Rear Triangle)
  • Overcoming 'The Roll Out Problem' To Finish an Ushiro Sankaku: The Extension Grip
  • Troubleshooting the Rear Triangle (Ushiro Sankaku) with Front Triangle (Omote Sankaku) 
  • Gyaku Sankaku (Reverse Traingle) and the 'Step Over Problem
  • Yoko Sankaku (Side Triangle)
  • The Tightest Yoko Sankaku Finish - Overcoming ’The Wardzinski Bridge Over’ Problem
  • Triangles & The ONLY TIME I’ve Ever Been Heel Hooked - The Nathan Orchard Story 
  • Triangling for Endomorphs 

Part 4:

  • Entering the Triangle (Sankaku) 
  • Entering From Bottom Position 
  • Fighting for your two on one grips 
  • Front Sankaku Entry Against Kneeling Opponent 
  • Front Sankaku Entry Against Standing Opponent 
  • Hip Bump Entry from Open Guard 
  • Hip Bump Entry From Closed Guard
  • Lumberjack Entry 
  • Overhook Entry 
  • Exploring Triangles From the Williams Guard
  • The Relationship Between Arm in Guillotines and Triangles 
  • Understanding the Relationship Between High Knee Shields, Low Knee Shields, & Triangles 
  • Low Knee Shield Scissor Entry
  • Knee Shield to Butterfly to Kuzushi
  • Scoop Grip Entry for Gyaku Sankaku 

Part 5:

  • Entering from Top Position 
  • Introduction to the Shoulder Pry 
  • Entering Front Triangle from Shoulder Pry 
  • Ankle Sankaku From Shoulder Pry 
  • The Ushiro/Ankle Sankaku Dilemma from Shoulder Pry 
  • Incorporating the Shoulder Pry From Side Control 
  • Entering Yoko Sankaku From the Kimura Trap 

Part 6:

  • Playing the Dilemma Between Upper Body & Lower Body Attacks 
  • Transitioning to the Legs 
  • Omote Sankaku to Back Side 50/50 
  • Addressing the Problem of a Split Squat from Backside 50/50 
  • Imanari Roll Entry to Cross Ashi From Omote Sankaku
  • Omote Sankaku to X-Guard 
  • Addressing the 'Back Step Problem' from Reverse X 
  • Entering Backside 50/50 From X-Guard 
  • Omote Sankaku to Standard Ashi Garami 

Part 7:

  • Failed Off Balance from Standard Ashi Garami 
  • Using Kuzushi to Enter Reverse X from Ashi Garami 
  • Exploring the Relationship Between Ashi Garami & X-Guard
  • Exploring the Intricacies of Reaping 
  • Breaking Our Opponents Stance with a Lace to Lace Kuzushi (The Anthony Rumble Entry) 
  • Hantai Sankaku To Backside 50/50 
  • Iminari Roll Entry to Cross Ashi from Hantai Sankaku
  • Entering 50/50 from Hantai Sankaku 
  • Generating Heel Exposure Towards the Inside & the Outside Against A Split Squat 50/50 
  • Backside 50/50 Entry from Standard 50/50 
  • Flanking Our Opponent From 50/50 
  • Gyaku Sankaku to Back Side 50/50 
  • Dealing with the 'Step Over Problem' from Gyaku Sankaku 

Part 8:

  • COMMENTARY - Craig vs. Jake Shields 
  • COMMENTARY - Craig vs. Vinny Magalhaes 
  • COMMENTARY - Craig vs. Gilbert Burns 
  • COMMENTARY - Craig vs. Anthony Rumble Johnson 
  • COMMENTARY - Craig vs. Adam Wardzinski 
  • COMMENTARY - Craig vs. Nick Calvanese 

Hip Bump Entry From Closed Guard

So, What Does It All Cost?

$197

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