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Closed Guard: BJJ Fundamentals - Go Further Faster by John Danaher

Learn the fundamentals and concepts behind one of grappling’s most important positions, as Professor John Danaher helps you go further, faster from the closed guard

  • John Danaher is widely regarded as one of the world’s foremost experts in grappling, and his goal in our Go Further, Faster is to explain the underlying fundamentals and concepts that govern Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
  • Professor Danaher explains not just how to attack from closed guard, but also why each attack is working on a mechanical and strategic level
  • The closed guard, as Professor Danaher explains, is governed by six main vulnerabilities that you can exploit for huge success
  • With systematic concepts around how to counter your opponent’s moves, see the most technical ways to get to top locks, clamp guards, side scissors, and more


Closed Guard: BJJ Fundamentals - Go Further Faster by John Danaher

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Learn the fundamentals and concepts behind one of grappling’s most important positions, as Professor John Danaher helps you go further, faster from the closed guard

  • John Danaher is widely regarded as one of the world’s foremost experts in grappling, and his goal in our Go Further, Faster is to explain the underlying fundamentals and concepts that govern Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
  • Professor Danaher explains not just how to attack from closed guard, but also why each attack is working on a mechanical and strategic level
  • The closed guard, as Professor Danaher explains, is governed by six main vulnerabilities that you can exploit for huge success
  • With systematic concepts around how to counter your opponent’s moves, see the most technical ways to get to top locks, clamp guards, side scissors, and more


John Danaher’s Scientific Approach To The Closed Guard: Identify The Six Vulnerabilities People Inside It Face & Exploit With High Percentage Attack Sequences Designed For Each Vulnerability

In Perhaps John’s Best Organized Instructional To Date: You Can Learn To Make Closed Guard Your Most Dangerous Position


Attacking From The Top Lock With John Danaher:

What Will You Learn? 

Learn the fundamentals and concepts behind one of grappling’s most important positions, as Professor John Danaher helps you go further, faster from the closed guard. Get the same instruction John gives to his championship athletes, and discover the power of closed guard with this systematic approach. Professor Danaher gives a masterclass in the vulnerabilities and concepts that govern closed guard, and how you can maximize your potential there.

John Danaher is widely regarded as one of the world’s foremost experts in grappling, and his goal in our Go Further, Faster is to explain the underlying fundamentals and concepts that govern Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. John is the notorious coach behind some of the sports most successful grapplers and fighters, including Gordon Ryan, Garry Tonan, and Georges St. Pierre. From the blue basement at Renzo Gracie Academy in New York City, John has produced a squad of dangerous submission hunters who demonstrate a mastery of the fundamentals in the positions they fight from.

 

Professor Danaher explains not just how to attack from closed guard, but also why each attack is working on a mechanical and strategic level. Learn the hidden “top hip” principle that can totally turn around the way you look at this common position, and the skills necessary to exploit your opponent’s weaknesses. With 8-volumes full of information, this is like taking a college course in how to sweep and submit with some of jiu-jitsu’s most powerful attacks and combinations.

The closed guard, as Professor Danaher explains, is governed by six main vulnerabilities that you can exploit for huge success. Learn each vulnerability, and how he connects them to all his favorite positions and submissions. Use your closed guard to set up submissions like armbars, triangle chokes, kimuras, and more with precise technique. Sweep with John’s four fundamental sweeps to mount, and turn your closed guard into back takes where you can finish with signature Danaher strangles. Bring together all of John’s best attacks by learning his method for systematizing closed guard.

 

The closed guard’s main vulnerabilities are positions in the guard where you can reliably get to and attack from. John explains in great detail each vulnerability, including how to get there and what to do when you’re there.

With systematic concepts around how to counter your opponent’s moves, see the most technical ways to get to top locks, clamp guards, side scissors, and more. Each position has huge potential, and by combining all of them you will have a complete guide on winning from closed guard.

You will even learn how to recover from bad positions inside the closed guard with this full-service fundamentals series. Good opponents are always trying to open the closed guard, so learn the most common threats you’ll see and how to counter those back into your game. Take standing opponents right off their feet by understanding John’s methods for off-balancing and using kuzushi. 

Defend off your back by understanding how John breaks down an opponent’s attacks. Build the essential skills that Professor Danaher has identified that will let you improve faster than ever from guard. With off-balancing, pinning, and gripping systems that will work for anyone who can execute them, this is one of the deepest explorations of technical closed guard ever.

2 On 1 Scissor Sweep by John Danaher:

So What Exactly Do You Get?

Vol 1:

Closed Guard Overview

What Is The Central Message Of This Video?

The First Three Abilities We Need To Be Effective From Closed Guard 

The Deepest Message Of This Video – The Six Vulnerabilities Inside A Closed Guard 

The Six Vulnerabilities - Part 1 

The Six Vulnerabilities - Part 2 

The Six Vulnerabilities - Part 3 

The Six Vulnerabilities - Part 4 

The Six Vulnerabilities - Part 5 

The Six Vulnerabilities - Part 6

Vol 2:

Understanding A closed Guard

General Overview Of The Closed Guard

A Key Insight With Closed Guard: Who Is Really On Top?

Holding And Controlling A Closed Guard

The Second Key To Postural Control: The Cross Collar Grip

Establishing Angle From Closed Guard

The Theory Of A Strong First Move

Vol 3:

The Side Scissor: Elbow Across The Centerline - Converting a Closed Guard to a Side Scissor

The Subtle Push Pull Dynamic of the Side Scissor Position

Locking Down The Side Scissor 

Unlocking The Great Secret of the Side Scissor Position

The Wrist Sweep From Side Scissor

The Elbow Sweep From Side Scissor

Rolling Armbar (Juji Gatame)

Side Scissor into Rear Triangle (Ushiro Sankaku) 

Side Scissor Position Working with Lower Head Position: Flower Sweep 

Pendulum Sweep 

Knee Lever sweep 

Hook Sweep (Sumi Gaeshi)

Hook Sweep (Sumi Gaeshi) Part 2

Troubleshooting The Transition From Closed Guard To Side Scissor: Shoulder Posting

Troubleshooting The Transition From Closed Guard To Side Scissor: Shoulder Posting 2

Troubleshooting The Transition From Closed Guard To Side Scissor: Shoulder Posting 3- Overcoming Biggest Problem with Side Scissor: Hip Sweep 

Overview of the Side Scissor Series

Vol 4:

The Top Lock/Armbar - The Top Lock 

The Number One Grip 

Attacking With the Arm Lock (Juji Gatame) From Top Lock Position 

The 45 Inside Position 

Arm Bar (Juji Gatame) From Closed Guard

Vol 5:

Knees/Hip On Floor - Flower Sweep 

The Hip Sweep

Hip Sweep Setup - Misdirection 

Hip Sweep Setup - Cross Elbow Post

Hip Sweep Setup - Grip Break Method 

The Golden Rule of The Hip Sweep 

Breaking Your Opponent’s Posture - Flower Sweep to Hip Sweep 

Breaking Your Opponent’s Posture - Collar Tie Method 

Breaking Your Opponent’s Posture - Scoop Sweep to Hip Sweep 

Breaking Your Opponent’s Posture When Your Opponent Posts One Leg: Scoop Sweep to Hip Sweep

Cross Cuff Hip Sweep 

The Hip Sweep: Putting It All Together

Vol 6:

Scissor Sweep

Scissor Sweep Double Sleeve Grips 

2 On 1 Grip Scissor Sweep 

Scissor Sweep On a Posted Leg 

The Pendulum Sweep 

Pendulum Sweep With Cuff Grip

The Pendulum Sweep as a Learning Device

The Strongest Pendulum Sweep: Trapping The Arm 

The Versatility of The Arm Trap 

The Versatility of The Arm Trap Part 2

The Versatility of The Arm Trap Part 3

Vol 7:

The Clamp/Hand On Floor - Transition From Closed Guard to The Clamp

Attacking From The Clamp

Trap Triangle/Inside Wrist - Inside Wrist Grip 

Overhead Sweep

Vol 8:

Attacking A Standing Opponent - applying The Principle of Opportunity: The Scooping Sweep 

Applying The Principle of Opportunity: The Handstand Sweep

Applying The Principle of Opportunity: The Leg Trap Sweep

Omoplata Sweeps on a Standing Opponent 

The Double Ankle Sweep

So What Does It All Cost?

Well, that depends, what is it worth to learn how to finally master one of the most IMPORTANT positions in BJJ with the BEST coach on earth?

How much do you think a private lesson cost with John Danaher? 

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