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Side Control Masterclass by Matheus Gonzaga

Smash And Tap Your Next Opponent From Top With Matheus Gonzaga’s Complete System Of Destruction From Side Control

  • Attack submissions with the most leverage and the best set ups, to give yourself the highest chance for success against opponents of any level
  • Study one of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu’s most important positions with Matheus Gonzaga’s Side Control Masterclass, an 8-volume series around how to win from top side control
  • Learn all of the hidden details that will let you control opponents with leverage and technique from the side control, including from knee on belly and the kesagatame
  • Work to all levels of the arm with shoulder locks, arm locks, wrist locks, and twisting kimura locks using Matheus’s signature side control series
  • Become more dangerous from Side Control


Course Content

Volume 1

Side control concepts: how to keep it/block guard recovery - Intro0 - 5:51
Securing Side Control with both knees on the ground5:51 - 16:10
Arm between the legs16:10 - 20:53
One knee up and under the hamstring20:53 - 27:25
One knee on the ground and under the thigh27:25 - 34:45
Hips sideways34:45 - 40:59
Countering the spin out escape40:59 - 45:01
Countering the underhook with the long step45:01 - 52:11
North South52:11 - 58;33
Side Control to North South to Mount Drill58:33 - 1:02:07
Long Step Drill1:02;07 - 1:05:41
Opening the frames - Opening close elbow using opposite hand1:05:41 - 1:10:08
Opening close elbow using the hips1:10:08 - 1:12:58
Opening close elbow using the opposite knee1:12:58 - 1:15:24
Pushing the elbow under the chin with the chest1:15:24 - 1:18:17
Moving around the frame1:18:17 - 1:21:59

Volume 2

Knee on Belly Concept - The Real knee on belly0 - 8:16
Knee on Belly Drills8:16 - 11:30
Shoulder Locks - Mounted shoulder lock11:30 - 18:58
Omoplata if triangle fails18:58 - 27:56
Counter attacking the underhook with omoplata27:56 - 34:14
Monoplata34:14 - 39:07
Nearside omoplata39:07 - 45:51
Baratoplata if dorsal kimura fails45:51 - 51:54
Conclusion51:54 - 59:35
Wrist locks - Wrist lock if triangle fails59:35 - 1:05:11
Wrist lock using the chin1:05:11 - 1:08:51
Stopping the underhook with a wristlock1:08:51 - 1:12:10
Wristlock from Americana1:12:10 - 1:15:11
Step over the head wristlock1:15:11 - 1:18:01
Wristlock from dorsal kimura1:18:01 - 1:23:01
Conclusion1:23:01 - 1:27:27

Volume 3

Arm Locks - Modified mounted armbar0 - 20:37
Americana20:37 - 34:44
Armbar part 134:44 - 50:19
Armbar part 250:19 - 1:08:40
How to unlock the full power of the arm bar1:08:40 - 1:17:54

Volume 4

Breaking Arm Bar Defenses - When the opponent connects the hands or grabs the wrist0 - 11:55
Using the triangle and arm bar at the same time11:55 - 20:21
When the opponent grabs his collar20:21 - 32:27
When the opponent grabs the biceps (rnc) part 132:27 - 40:20
When the opponent grabs the biceps (rnc) part 240:20 - 50:00
When the opponent cups the thigh50:00 - 56:22
Taking the back when nothing worked56:22 - 1:02:03
Armbar from paper cutter1:02:03 - 1:09:20

Volume 5

Kimura0 - 7:40
Kimura when opponent defend by straightening the arm7:40 - 12:38
Kimura when the opponent defend by grabbing the belt12:38 - 18:08
Kimura when the opponent is all closed up18:08 - 29:42
The one handed Kimura29:42 - 32:20
Kimura to armbar32:20 - 37:19
Modified Americana when the opponent tries the under hook37:19 - 41:28
Invisible arm bar41:28 - 45:44
Knee On Belly -Spinning armbar from knee on belly45:44 - 51:18
Dealing with hitchhiker defense51:18 - 54:56
Inverted armbar from knee on belly54:56 - 58:30
Armbar from knee on belly when pushing your chest58:30 - 1:04:28
Modified armbar when attempting the knee on belly1:04:28 - 1:11:04
Modified Kimura with a grip on the collar from knee on belly1:11:04 - 1:15:14
Scorpion death lock1;15:14 - 1:19:45

Volume 6

Kesagatame - Armbar from kesagatame part 10 - 3:31
Armbar from kesagatame part 23:31 - 6:18
Armbar from kuzure kesagatame part 16:18 - 10:08
Invisible arm bar from kuzure kesa gatame part 210:08 - 13:09
Conclusion13:09 - 26:42
Strangles - Modified triangle from side control26:42 - 32:06
Baseball bat trapping the arm with the lapel32:06 - 36:14
Baseball bat with lapel or without lapel36:14 - 42:32
Paper cutter with the arm trapped42:32 - 48:20
Trapping the arm from Kimura to strangle using the hand behind the head48:20 - 56:18
Taking the back with the arm trapped56:18 - 1:03:13
North/south strangle1:03:13 - 1:11:10
Modified arm triangle1:11:10 - 1:17:16

Volume 7

Darce 0 - 6:31
Katagatame 6;31 - 23:10
Katagatame + Ezequiel 23:10 - 32:56
Paper cutter/bread cutter 32:56 - 41:35
Cross collar strangle 41;35 - 52:12
cross lapel strangle 52:12 - 56:06
North south strangle with my lapel 56:06 - 1:05:30
Two variations of the strangle from whizzer when the opponent gets the underhook and comes for the legs 1:05:30 - 1:14:30

Volume 8

Knee On Belly - Cross collar strangle from knee on belly0 - 14:22
Two variations using cross lapel strangle from knee on belly14:22 - 22:28
Using a modified Ezequiel to counter attack the knee on belly defense22:28 - 31:08
Two variations using the baseball bat from knee on belly31:08 - 39:33
Two loop choke variations from the belly39:33 - 47:13
North south strangle from knee on belly47:13 - 53:00
Three variations of Flavio Canto strangle53:00 - 1:04:14
Triangle if Flavio canto strangle fails1:04:14 - 1:09:12
Leg scissors strangle if dorsal Kimura fails1:09:12 - 1:15:02
Conclusion1:15:02 - 1:21:47
How to properly mount - Mounting sliding the knee over1:21:47 - 1:27:05
Scissoring our legs to mount1:27:05 - 1:30:57
Grabbing own foot to mount1:30:57 - 1:32:51
Using the arm between the legs to mount1:32:51 - 1:35:46
Taking the back - Using the chest to roll the opponent away from you to take the back1:35:46 - 1:40:51
Taking the back after we scissor our legs1:40:51 - 1:46:58

Side Control Masterclass by Matheus Gonzaga

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Smash And Tap Your Next Opponent From Top With Matheus Gonzaga’s Complete System Of Destruction From Side Control

  • Attack submissions with the most leverage and the best set ups, to give yourself the highest chance for success against opponents of any level
  • Study one of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu’s most important positions with Matheus Gonzaga’s Side Control Masterclass, an 8-volume series around how to win from top side control
  • Learn all of the hidden details that will let you control opponents with leverage and technique from the side control, including from knee on belly and the kesagatame
  • Work to all levels of the arm with shoulder locks, arm locks, wrist locks, and twisting kimura locks using Matheus’s signature side control series
  • Become more dangerous from Side Control


Course Content

Volume 1

Side control concepts: how to keep it/block guard recovery - Intro0 - 5:51
Securing Side Control with both knees on the ground5:51 - 16:10
Arm between the legs16:10 - 20:53
One knee up and under the hamstring20:53 - 27:25
One knee on the ground and under the thigh27:25 - 34:45
Hips sideways34:45 - 40:59
Countering the spin out escape40:59 - 45:01
Countering the underhook with the long step45:01 - 52:11
North South52:11 - 58;33
Side Control to North South to Mount Drill58:33 - 1:02:07
Long Step Drill1:02;07 - 1:05:41
Opening the frames - Opening close elbow using opposite hand1:05:41 - 1:10:08
Opening close elbow using the hips1:10:08 - 1:12:58
Opening close elbow using the opposite knee1:12:58 - 1:15:24
Pushing the elbow under the chin with the chest1:15:24 - 1:18:17
Moving around the frame1:18:17 - 1:21:59

Volume 2

Knee on Belly Concept - The Real knee on belly0 - 8:16
Knee on Belly Drills8:16 - 11:30
Shoulder Locks - Mounted shoulder lock11:30 - 18:58
Omoplata if triangle fails18:58 - 27:56
Counter attacking the underhook with omoplata27:56 - 34:14
Monoplata34:14 - 39:07
Nearside omoplata39:07 - 45:51
Baratoplata if dorsal kimura fails45:51 - 51:54
Conclusion51:54 - 59:35
Wrist locks - Wrist lock if triangle fails59:35 - 1:05:11
Wrist lock using the chin1:05:11 - 1:08:51
Stopping the underhook with a wristlock1:08:51 - 1:12:10
Wristlock from Americana1:12:10 - 1:15:11
Step over the head wristlock1:15:11 - 1:18:01
Wristlock from dorsal kimura1:18:01 - 1:23:01
Conclusion1:23:01 - 1:27:27

Volume 3

Arm Locks - Modified mounted armbar0 - 20:37
Americana20:37 - 34:44
Armbar part 134:44 - 50:19
Armbar part 250:19 - 1:08:40
How to unlock the full power of the arm bar1:08:40 - 1:17:54

Volume 4

Breaking Arm Bar Defenses - When the opponent connects the hands or grabs the wrist0 - 11:55
Using the triangle and arm bar at the same time11:55 - 20:21
When the opponent grabs his collar20:21 - 32:27
When the opponent grabs the biceps (rnc) part 132:27 - 40:20
When the opponent grabs the biceps (rnc) part 240:20 - 50:00
When the opponent cups the thigh50:00 - 56:22
Taking the back when nothing worked56:22 - 1:02:03
Armbar from paper cutter1:02:03 - 1:09:20

Volume 5

Kimura0 - 7:40
Kimura when opponent defend by straightening the arm7:40 - 12:38
Kimura when the opponent defend by grabbing the belt12:38 - 18:08
Kimura when the opponent is all closed up18:08 - 29:42
The one handed Kimura29:42 - 32:20
Kimura to armbar32:20 - 37:19
Modified Americana when the opponent tries the under hook37:19 - 41:28
Invisible arm bar41:28 - 45:44
Knee On Belly -Spinning armbar from knee on belly45:44 - 51:18
Dealing with hitchhiker defense51:18 - 54:56
Inverted armbar from knee on belly54:56 - 58:30
Armbar from knee on belly when pushing your chest58:30 - 1:04:28
Modified armbar when attempting the knee on belly1:04:28 - 1:11:04
Modified Kimura with a grip on the collar from knee on belly1:11:04 - 1:15:14
Scorpion death lock1;15:14 - 1:19:45

Volume 6

Kesagatame - Armbar from kesagatame part 10 - 3:31
Armbar from kesagatame part 23:31 - 6:18
Armbar from kuzure kesagatame part 16:18 - 10:08
Invisible arm bar from kuzure kesa gatame part 210:08 - 13:09
Conclusion13:09 - 26:42
Strangles - Modified triangle from side control26:42 - 32:06
Baseball bat trapping the arm with the lapel32:06 - 36:14
Baseball bat with lapel or without lapel36:14 - 42:32
Paper cutter with the arm trapped42:32 - 48:20
Trapping the arm from Kimura to strangle using the hand behind the head48:20 - 56:18
Taking the back with the arm trapped56:18 - 1:03:13
North/south strangle1:03:13 - 1:11:10
Modified arm triangle1:11:10 - 1:17:16

Volume 7

Darce 0 - 6:31
Katagatame 6;31 - 23:10
Katagatame + Ezequiel 23:10 - 32:56
Paper cutter/bread cutter 32:56 - 41:35
Cross collar strangle 41;35 - 52:12
cross lapel strangle 52:12 - 56:06
North south strangle with my lapel 56:06 - 1:05:30
Two variations of the strangle from whizzer when the opponent gets the underhook and comes for the legs 1:05:30 - 1:14:30

Volume 8

Knee On Belly - Cross collar strangle from knee on belly0 - 14:22
Two variations using cross lapel strangle from knee on belly14:22 - 22:28
Using a modified Ezequiel to counter attack the knee on belly defense22:28 - 31:08
Two variations using the baseball bat from knee on belly31:08 - 39:33
Two loop choke variations from the belly39:33 - 47:13
North south strangle from knee on belly47:13 - 53:00
Three variations of Flavio Canto strangle53:00 - 1:04:14
Triangle if Flavio canto strangle fails1:04:14 - 1:09:12
Leg scissors strangle if dorsal Kimura fails1:09:12 - 1:15:02
Conclusion1:15:02 - 1:21:47
How to properly mount - Mounting sliding the knee over1:21:47 - 1:27:05
Scissoring our legs to mount1:27:05 - 1:30:57
Grabbing own foot to mount1:30:57 - 1:32:51
Using the arm between the legs to mount1:32:51 - 1:35:46
Taking the back - Using the chest to roll the opponent away from you to take the back1:35:46 - 1:40:51
Taking the back after we scissor our legs1:40:51 - 1:46:58

Smash And Tap Your Next Opponent From Top With Matheus Gonzaga’s Complete System Of Destruction From Side Control

World Class Atos Black Belt Matheus Gonzaga Teaches You How To Control And Submit From Side Control, Even Against Way Bigger People

Cross Lapel Strangle:

What Will You Learn?

Study one of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu’s most important positions with Matheus Gonzaga’s Side Control Masterclass, an 8-volume series around how to win from top side control. Matheus is a world class black belt who teaches every concept (from the basics to advanced) around controlling the fight from top, transitioning and mixing your different kinds of side controls, and finishing the fight with the most effective submissions. Learn some of the best side control systems in all of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu with this complete series of techniques and concepts.

Learn all of the hidden details that will let you control opponents with leverage and technique from the side control, including from knee on belly and the kesagatame. Work through your opponents defenses systematically with grip fighting and body positioning that will give you more pressure and attacks, all while using preventing the guard recovery and movement. Matheus shows you how once you can control the position, attacking is easy, and how you can use the most leverage and technique to get that control.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Attack submissions with the most leverage and the best set ups, to give yourself the highest chance for success against opponents of any level. Matheus shows how to systematically approach submitting from side control, securing chokes and armlocks with Matheus’s important details for the most impact possible. Work to all levels of the arm with shoulder locks, arm locks, wrist locks, and twisting kimura locks using Matheus’s signature side control series. Matheus also shows how to strangle with the most efficiency, using positioning and not strength to attack darces and lapel chokes.

This 8-volume series offers a deep look at submissions and positional attacks, including how to use different kinds of side control for the best results. Mix positions like the knee on belly, the kesagatame, and the north south so you can increase control and improve your attacks against high level opposition. From the side control, learn how to advance position without risk, as Matheus shows the keys behind mounting and taking the back.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

You can use this series to increase your fundamental understanding of side control, and learn how to pin down your opponents and tap them out. Atos fighter Matheus Gonzaga is a world class black belt who has trained with some of the best instructors in the world, including Bernardo Faria and Andre Galvao, and he shows his complete system for winning this important position.

What Exactly Is On This Series?

Part 1: 

Side control concepts: how to keep it/block guard recovery

Intro

Securing Side Control with both knees on the ground

Arm between the legs

One knee up and under the hamstring

One knee on the ground and under the thigh

Hips sideways

Countering the spin out escape

Countering the underhook with the long step

North South

Side Control to North South to Mount Drill

Long Step Drill

Opening the frames

Opening close elbow using opposite hand

Opening close elbow using the hips

Opening close elbow using the opposite knee 

Pushing the elbow under the chin with the chest

Moving around the frame

Part 2:

Knee on Belly Concept

The Real knee on belly

Knee on Belly Drills

Shoulder Locks

Mounted shoulder lock

Omoplata if triangle fails

Counter attacking the underhook with omoplata

Monoplata 

Nearside omoplata 

Baratoplata if dorsal kimura fails

Conclusion

Wrist locks

Wrist lock if triangle fails

Wrist lock using the chin

Stopping the underhook with a wristlock

Wristlock from Americana

Step over the head wristlock

Wristlock from dorsal kimura

Conclusion

Part 3:

Arm Locks

Modified mounted armbar

Americana

Armbar part 1

Armbar part 2

How to unlock the full power of the arm bar

Part 4:

Breaking Arm Bar Defenses

When the opponent connects the hands or grabs the wrist 

Using the triangle and arm bar at the same time

When the opponent grabs his collar

When the opponent grabs the biceps (rnc) part 1 

When the opponent grabs the biceps (rnc) part 2 

When the opponent cups the thigh 

Taking the back when nothing worked 

Armbar from paper cutter

Part 5:

Kimuras

Kimura

Kimura when opponent defend by straightening the arm 

Kimura when the opponent defend by grabbing the belt 

Kimura when the opponent is all closed up 

The one handed Kimura

Kimura to armbar

Modified Americana when the opponent tries the under hook

Invisible arm bar

Knee On Belly

Spinning armbar from knee on belly

Dealing with hitchhiker defense

Inverted armbar from knee on belly

Armbar from knee on belly when pushing your chest

Modified armbar when attempting the knee on belly

Modified Kimura with a grip on the collar from knee on belly

Scorpion death lock

Part 6:

Kesagatame

Armbar from kesagatame part 1

Armbar from kesagatame part 2 3:31 - 6:18

Armbar from kuzure kesagatame part 1 6:18 - 10:08

Invisible arm bar from kuzure kesa gatame part 2 10:08 - 13:09

Conclusion 13:09 - 26:42

Strangles

Modified triangle from side control 

Baseball bat trapping the arm with the lapel 

Baseball bat with lapel or without lapel 

Paper cutter with the arm trapped 

Trapping the arm from Kimura to strangle using the hand behind the head 

Taking the back with the arm trapped

North/south strangle

Modified arm triangle

Part 7:

Darce

Katagatame 

Katagatame + Ezequiel 

Paper cutter/bread cutter

Cross collar strangle

Cross lapel strangle

North south strangle with my lapel

Two variations of the strangle from whizzer when the opponent gets the underhook and comes for the legs

Part 8:

Knee On Belly

Cross collar strangle from knee on belly

Two variations using cross lapel strangle from knee on belly 

Using a modified Ezequiel to counter attack the knee on belly defense 

Two variations using the baseball bat from knee on belly

Two loop choke variations from the belly 

North south strangle from knee on belly

Three variations of Flavio Canto strangle

Triangle if Flavio canto strangle fails 

Leg scissors strangle if dorsal Kimura fails

Conclusion

How to properly mount 

Mounting sliding the knee over 

Scissoring our legs to mount

Grabbing own foot to mount 

Using the arm between the legs to mount

Taking the back 

Using the chest to roll the opponent away from you to take the back 

Taking the back after we scissor our legs

Countering The Under Hook:

 

So What Does It All Cost? 

$77

 

 

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