Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Black Belt David Garmo Shares The Keys To His Success Using These High Level Front Headlock Techniques That Will Make You One Of The Most Feared And Dangerous Competitors Out There
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What Will You Learn?
Being a known dangerous front headlock competitor definitely perks the ears of your opponents. Being stuck in the front headlock is one of the most frustrating positions to be in due to the amount of control and submission opportunities it offers. With the proper front headlock technique you can begin to dominate your matches, leaving your opponents wishing they had your technique. In this series, black belt David Garmo provides detailed insight into the high level techniques he has been using to win competitions for years.
Look at various set up options from the feet and the knees, using underhooks, collar ties, and gator rolls to keep your opponent vulnerable to matter their position. Dive deep into finishing mechanics of the guillotine, darce, and other submissions and pair that technique with these high level set ups and become unstoppable from the front headlock position. David also provides a lesson on theory of the front headlock to not only ensure that you can do the techniques themselves, but so you possess an understanding of how they work that can be translated into all areas of Jiu Jitsu.
Set up a half nelson choke from top half guard or a rolling guillotine from shin on shin from the open guard, making your game versatile from every position. As you go through these techniques, you will be amazed at how many successful options the front headlock gives you to master the ultimate goal of Jiu Jitsu; control and submit.
David Garmo is a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu black belt under Danny Agemy, and is widely thought of as one of the top competitors of his generation. He has an extremely successful career in IBJJF and other high level tournaments, and continues to compete and progress his game. As you watch David effortlessly flow through this impressive technique, you will start to ask yourself why you haven’t improved your front headlock game sooner; so don’t wait any longer and check out his instructional now!
So, What Exactly Do You Get?
FRONT HEADLOCK THEORY
ART OF THE GUILLOTINE FINISHING MECHANICS
ART OF THE GUILLOTINE LASSO DRILL
"PUSH IN" HALF GUARD FINISH
PEEP OUT FINISH "DECAPITATION STRANGLE"
BACK TAKE FINISH "EXECUTIONER"
ONE HAND FINISH FROM GUARD
BOTTOM CROSS HIGH ELBOW GUILLOTINE
ANACONDA GRIP VARIATIONS
SET UPS FROM STANDING
SNAP DOWN FROM UNDERHOOK
SNAP DOWN FROM COLLAR TIE
SINGLE LEG DEFENSE / COUNTER
DOUBLE LEG DEFENSE / COUNTER
CHIN STRAP THROW FROM BACK ATTACK
FINISH SUBMISSION FROM STANDING
SET UPS FROM THE KNEES
MIYATA FRONT HEADLOCK
FRONT HEADLOCK TO TURTLE
SET UPS FROM TOP HALF GUARD
UNDERHOOK FROM CAIQUE PASS TO CHINSTRAP
HALF NELSON CHOKE
OVERHOOK FROM CAIQUE PASS TO CHINSTRAP
COUNTER TO DEEP HALF GUARD
CAIQUE PASS TO TOP CROSS DARCE
SET UPS FROM TOP OPEN GUARD
ROLLING GUILLOTINE FROM SHIN TO SHIN
SET UPS FROM GUARD
ARM DRAG TO HEAD WRAP
HEAD WRAP TO COMING UP TO FRONT HEAD LOCK