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New Wave Jiu Jitsu: A New Philosophy Of Submissions Escapes by John Danaher

Enter a new way to escape submission holds, as John Danaher teaches you the same systems and methods his students use to escape some of the tightest, most potentially-devastating locks with no damage!
  • Launch immediate counter attacks for position and submission against failed submission attempts with these key insights into each position from John.
  • Get out of guillotines, armbars, triangles, kimuras, and even heel hooks on this 8-volume mega series.
  • Study the precise details on how to finish the submissions, so you can totally understand how to shut them down and prevent them.
  • John Danaher is the Brazilian Jiu Jitsu coach of champion athletes like Gordon Ryan, Garry Tonon, Craig Jones, and Georges St. Pierre.

Course Content

Volume 1

Introduction 0
Escaping the Guillotine - Standing Guillotine Defense - Hip Post Method 7:25
Ude Gaeshi 16:24
Tradition 28:49
Centerline Theory 34:56
Beating the High Elbow 50:19
The Spinning Escape 55:07
Defending the Arm-In Guillotine - Sit-Out Wrist Control 1:03:14
Arm Spin to Centerline 1:17:32
First reactions: Traditional VS Modern 1:21:32
Knee Posting 1:30:58
Hand Fighting and Guillotines 1:37:50

Volume 2

Defending the Guillotine in Closed Guard - Head Slipping 0
Hip Slip 11:57
Intro to the Von Flue 22:49
Mechanics of the Von Flue 27:45
First Application: Closed Guard 34:02
Second Application: Side Control 42:24
Third Application: Guard Passing 47:53
A Summary of Our Guillotine Defense Philosophy 55:24

Volume 3

Arm Bar (Juji Gatame) Defense - Important Considerations 0
Variations in Arm Configuration 10:18
Counter Offense From Juji Gatame 15:27
Elbow Escape From Juji Gatame 19:53
The Turning Escape 28:23
The Passover Escape 49:36
The Cross Face Escape 1:01:21
The Misdirectional Escape 1:08:12
Defending Juji Gatame From Guard 1:20:10
Defending Juji Gatame From Rear Mount 1:30:43
Escape Juji Gatame From Turtle Position 1:37:51

Volume 4

Triangle Defense - General Considerations on the Triangle 0
The Thumb Post Escape 15:13
Cross Ankle Defense 27:40

Volume 5

Kimura Defense - Understanding Kimura So That We Can Escape Kimura 0
Keeping Your Hand in Front Of You 9:50
Denying Wrist Control 28:28
Elbow Slipping 35:41
Freeing Your Head 45:06
The Best Kimura Defense Drill You Can use 52:02
Trap Kimura 1:02:49
Escaping T Kimura 1:10:10
Standing Kimuras 1:21:57
Layers of Defense to Kimura - 1st Layer of Defense - Wrists 1:30:47
2nd Layer of Defense - The Elbow 1:34:26
3rd Layer of Defense - Head Mobility/Body Mobility 1:36:14
Counter Attacking vs Kimura 1:41:42

Volume 6

Heel Hook Defense - The Law of Mutual Exposure 0
The Most Basic Distinction in Ashi Garami: Inside Position and Outside Position 9:53
Traditional Approaches to Heel Hook Defense in Jiu Jitsu 14:46
A New Philosophy of Heel Hook Defense 24:27
The Art of Heel Slipping 38:10
The Art of Heel Slipping 2 55:43
Hiding the Heel: The Law of Knee and Toes 1:02:45
The Art of Knee Slipping 1:09:56
The 4 Fundamental Defensive Positions for Inside heel Hooks 1:21:28
Ankle Control 1:44:54

Volume 7

Cross Ashi Garami Defense - Defending Inside Foot Position - Hip Scoot Escape 0
The Misdirectional Escape 6:52
Separation Escape 15:45
Countering a Lace Leg (Double Trouble) 21:27
Defending Outside Foot Position - Contrasting Inside and Outside Foot Position 36:06
Differences in Defending 50/50 vs Inside Sankaku 44:39
Heel Slipping in 50/50 51:50
True 50/50 58:49
Countering the Inverted Knee/Inside Shoulder 1:12:18
His Preference/Your Preference 1:21:12
Small Considerations That Make Big Differences 1:27:41
When to Turn/When Not to Turn 1:38:33
When to Turn/When Not to Turn part 2 1:49:46

Volume 8

The 3 Fundamental Defensive Positions in 50/50 0
51 0.09930555556
52 0.3263888889
53 0.5493055556
Backside Applications 0.9097222222
Defending Backside Part 2 29:00
Straight Ashi Garami Defense 33:32
Heel Slipping From Straight Ashi 38:05
Defending Irimi Ashi Garami Part 1 47:06
Defending Irimi Ashi Garami Part 2 53:35
Defending the Reap to Inside Ashi Garami 57:27
Defending Outside Ashi Garami 1:05:21
Defending Outside Ashi Garami Part 2 0.05116898148

New Wave Jiu Jitsu: A New Philosophy Of Submissions Escapes by John Danaher

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Enter a new way to escape submission holds, as John Danaher teaches you the same systems and methods his students use to escape some of the tightest, most potentially-devastating locks with no damage!
  • Launch immediate counter attacks for position and submission against failed submission attempts with these key insights into each position from John.
  • Get out of guillotines, armbars, triangles, kimuras, and even heel hooks on this 8-volume mega series.
  • Study the precise details on how to finish the submissions, so you can totally understand how to shut them down and prevent them.
  • John Danaher is the Brazilian Jiu Jitsu coach of champion athletes like Gordon Ryan, Garry Tonon, Craig Jones, and Georges St. Pierre.

Course Content

Volume 1

Introduction 0
Escaping the Guillotine - Standing Guillotine Defense - Hip Post Method 7:25
Ude Gaeshi 16:24
Tradition 28:49
Centerline Theory 34:56
Beating the High Elbow 50:19
The Spinning Escape 55:07
Defending the Arm-In Guillotine - Sit-Out Wrist Control 1:03:14
Arm Spin to Centerline 1:17:32
First reactions: Traditional VS Modern 1:21:32
Knee Posting 1:30:58
Hand Fighting and Guillotines 1:37:50

Volume 2

Defending the Guillotine in Closed Guard - Head Slipping 0
Hip Slip 11:57
Intro to the Von Flue 22:49
Mechanics of the Von Flue 27:45
First Application: Closed Guard 34:02
Second Application: Side Control 42:24
Third Application: Guard Passing 47:53
A Summary of Our Guillotine Defense Philosophy 55:24

Volume 3

Arm Bar (Juji Gatame) Defense - Important Considerations 0
Variations in Arm Configuration 10:18
Counter Offense From Juji Gatame 15:27
Elbow Escape From Juji Gatame 19:53
The Turning Escape 28:23
The Passover Escape 49:36
The Cross Face Escape 1:01:21
The Misdirectional Escape 1:08:12
Defending Juji Gatame From Guard 1:20:10
Defending Juji Gatame From Rear Mount 1:30:43
Escape Juji Gatame From Turtle Position 1:37:51

Volume 4

Triangle Defense - General Considerations on the Triangle 0
The Thumb Post Escape 15:13
Cross Ankle Defense 27:40

Volume 5

Kimura Defense - Understanding Kimura So That We Can Escape Kimura 0
Keeping Your Hand in Front Of You 9:50
Denying Wrist Control 28:28
Elbow Slipping 35:41
Freeing Your Head 45:06
The Best Kimura Defense Drill You Can use 52:02
Trap Kimura 1:02:49
Escaping T Kimura 1:10:10
Standing Kimuras 1:21:57
Layers of Defense to Kimura - 1st Layer of Defense - Wrists 1:30:47
2nd Layer of Defense - The Elbow 1:34:26
3rd Layer of Defense - Head Mobility/Body Mobility 1:36:14
Counter Attacking vs Kimura 1:41:42

Volume 6

Heel Hook Defense - The Law of Mutual Exposure 0
The Most Basic Distinction in Ashi Garami: Inside Position and Outside Position 9:53
Traditional Approaches to Heel Hook Defense in Jiu Jitsu 14:46
A New Philosophy of Heel Hook Defense 24:27
The Art of Heel Slipping 38:10
The Art of Heel Slipping 2 55:43
Hiding the Heel: The Law of Knee and Toes 1:02:45
The Art of Knee Slipping 1:09:56
The 4 Fundamental Defensive Positions for Inside heel Hooks 1:21:28
Ankle Control 1:44:54

Volume 7

Cross Ashi Garami Defense - Defending Inside Foot Position - Hip Scoot Escape 0
The Misdirectional Escape 6:52
Separation Escape 15:45
Countering a Lace Leg (Double Trouble) 21:27
Defending Outside Foot Position - Contrasting Inside and Outside Foot Position 36:06
Differences in Defending 50/50 vs Inside Sankaku 44:39
Heel Slipping in 50/50 51:50
True 50/50 58:49
Countering the Inverted Knee/Inside Shoulder 1:12:18
His Preference/Your Preference 1:21:12
Small Considerations That Make Big Differences 1:27:41
When to Turn/When Not to Turn 1:38:33
When to Turn/When Not to Turn part 2 1:49:46

Volume 8

The 3 Fundamental Defensive Positions in 50/50 0
51 0.09930555556
52 0.3263888889
53 0.5493055556
Backside Applications 0.9097222222
Defending Backside Part 2 29:00
Straight Ashi Garami Defense 33:32
Heel Slipping From Straight Ashi 38:05
Defending Irimi Ashi Garami Part 1 47:06
Defending Irimi Ashi Garami Part 2 53:35
Defending the Reap to Inside Ashi Garami 57:27
Defending Outside Ashi Garami 1:05:21
Defending Outside Ashi Garami Part 2 0.05116898148

Escape From Tight Strangles & Joint Locks With Systematic Technique And Answer Back With Effective Counter-Offense Your Training Partners Will Hate With Professor John Danaher’s New Wave Answer To Submission Escapes!

 

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What Will You Learn?

Professor John Danaher, regarded by many as the world’s greatest grappling coach, is back with BJJ Fanatics to share his New Wave Jiu Jitsu method for escaping from submission holds, one of his team’s most valued and trained skills, as he shows you how they turn every submission hold against them into a potentially devastating counter attack.

Use this New Wave method to become dangerous, even when trapped in tight submission holds, as you receive a master class in John’s escapes. Against guillotines, triangles, armbars, ashi garami, and more, you’ll get every detail you’ll ever need to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat as you move from submission defense to effective offense as quickly as possible.

Professor Danaher has built of team of some of the best grapplers on Earth, including champions like Gordon Ryan, Garry Tonon, Crag Jones, and more, and now you can hear the submission escape methods that are central to their training and a highly regarded part of all his athletes’ styles. John explains not just what he’s doing (in extreme, careful detail) but also why he does it, and how it fits into a larger system of attack.

This 8-volume course is a careful response to the rise in submission threats in grappling. As our opponents attack more, we have to be able to defend and counter, and this is a series around this revolutionary “New Wave” concept that can help you see every position in a new way that is never far from a fight ending hold of your own.

 

So, What Exactly Do You Get?


PART 1

  • INTRODUCTION

    ESCAPING THE GUILLOTINE

  • CENTERLINE THEORY
  • BEATING THE HIGH ELBOW
  • THE SPINNING ESCAPE
  • HIP POST METHOD

    DEFENDING THE ARM-IN GUILLOTINE

  • SIT-OUT RISK CONTROL
  • ARM SPIN TO CENTERLINE
  • FIRST REACTIONS: TRADITIONAL VS MODERN
  • HAND FIGHTING AND GUILLOTINES

    PART 2

    DEFENDING THE GUILLOTINE IN CLOSED GUARD

  • HEAD SLIPPING
  • HIP SLIPS
  • KATA GATAME (VON FLUE) VS GUILLOTINE

    PART 3

    STANDING GUILLOTINE DEFENSE

  • UDE GAESHI
  • TRADITION
  • A SUMMARY OF OUR GUILLOTINE DEFENSE PHILOSOPHY

    PART 4

    ARM BAR (JUJI GATAME) DEFENSE

  • IMPORTANT CONSIDERATIONS
  • VARIATIONS IN ARM CONFIGURATIONS
  • COUNTER OFFENSE FROM JUJI GATAME
  • ELBOW ESCAPE FROM JUJI GATAME
  • THE TURNING ESCAPE
  • THE PASSOVER ESCAPE
  • THE CROSSFACE ESCAPE
  • THE MISDIRECTIONAL ESCAPE
  • DEFENDING JUJI GATAME FROM GUARD
  • DEFENDING JUJI GATAME FROM REAR MOUNT
  • ESCAPE JUJI GATAME FROM TURTLE POSITION

    PART 5

    TRIANGLE DEFENSE

  • GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS ON THE TRIANGLE
  • THE THUMB POST ESCAPE
  • CROSS ANKLE DEFENSE

    PART 6

    KIMURA DEFENSE

  • UNDERSTANDING KIMURA SO THAT WE CAN ESCAPE KIMURA
  • KEEPING YOUR HAND IN FRONT OF YOU
  • DENYING WRIST CONTROL
  • ELBOW SLIPPING
  • FREEING YOUR HEAD
  • THE BEST KIMURA DEFENSE DRILL YOU CAN USE
  • TRAP KIMURA
  • ESCAPING THE T KIMURA
  • STANDING KIMURAS

    LAYERS OF DEFENSE TO KIMURA

  • 1ST LAYER OF DEFENSE - WRISTS
  • 2ND LAYER OF DEFENSE - THE ELBOW
  • 3RD LAYER OF DEFENSE - HEAD MOBILITY/BODY MOBILITY
  • COUNTER ATTACKING AGAINST KIMURA

    PART 7

    HEEL HOOK DEFENSE

  • THE LAW OF MUTUAL EXPOSURE
  • THE MOST BASIC DISTINCTION IN ASHI GARAMI: INSIDE POSITION AND OUTSIDE POSITION
  • TRADITIONAL APPROACHES TO HEEL HOOK DEFENSE IN JIU JITSU
  • A NEW PHILOSOPHY OF EEL HOOK DEFENSE
  • THE ART OF HEEL SLIPPING
  • HIDING THE HEEL: THE LAW OF KNEE AND TOES
  • THE ART OF KNEE SLIPPING

    THE 4 FUNDAMENTAL DEFENSIVE POSITIONS FOR INSIDE HEEL HOOKS

  • ANKLE CONTROL

    PART 8

    CROSS ASHI GARAMI DEFENSE

    DEFENDING INSIDE FOOT POSITION

  • HIP SCOOT ESCAPE
  • THE MISDIRECTIONAL ESCAPE
  • SEPARATION ESCAPE
  • COUNTERING A LACE LEG (DOUBLE TROUBLE)

    DEFENDING OUTSIDE FOOT POSITION

  • CONTRASTING INSIDE AND OUTSIDE FOOT POSITION
  • TRUE 50/50
  • COUNTERING THE INVERTED KNEE/INSIDE SHOULDER
  • HIS PREFERENCE/YOUR PREFERENCE
  • SMALL CONSIDERATIONS THAT MAKE BIG DIFFERENCES
  • WHEN TO TURN/WHEN NOT TO TURN
  • WHEN TO TURN/WHEN NOT TO TURN PART 2


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