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The Front Headlock System by John Danaher

If you talked to the one hundred most knowledgeable grapplers in the world and asked them, “Who would you most like to learn grappling from?” ninety-eight, ninety-nine, or maybe even all one hundred of them would give you the same answer: John Danaher. There is just no equal.

  • “The Front Headlock System" from John Danaher: The Most Sought After Grappling Instructor On The Planet
  • John helped coach Georges St Pierre and Chris Weidman to UFC World Titles. Garry Tonon has become a 3x ADCC competitor and a grappling Icon
  • John has guided guys like Eddie Cummings and Gordon Ryan to stardom in a fraction of the time that it would take ordinary people
  • The Front Headlock system John teaches is excellent for both Gi and No Gi and applicable for Self-Defense
  • This system will change your perspective on Jiu Jitsu


Course Content

Volume 1

System Overview 0 - 18:05
Introduction Front Headlock 18:05 - 24:52
Control vs Submission 24:52 - 27:42
4 Main Scenarios of Front Headlock System 27:42 - 30:46
4 Points of Control 30:46 - 37:48
Vulnerabilities of Front Headlock 37:48 - 45:06
Helpful Terminology and Concepts 45:06 - 49:52
4 Step System 49:52 - 54:25

Volume 2

Reactive entries 0 - 6:17
Reactive entries single 6:17 - 11:11
Reactive entries down blocks 11:11 - 16:09
Proactive entries snap downs 16:09 - 23:20
Inside tie straight snap 23:20 - 27:51
Inside tie side to side snap downs 27:51 - 30:04
Mutual collar ties snap down 30:04 - 34:39
Inside tie cross snap 34:39 - 39:17
Over tie snap down - outside Control 39:17 - 46:42
Half overtie snap 46:42 - 50:39
2 on 1 snap down 50:39 - 58:38
Over hook and under hook snap downs 58:38 - 1:03:09
Fake shot snap down 1:03:09 - 1:10:14
Taking standing front headlock to Mat - circling method 1:10:14 - 1:13:22
Taking stand front headlock to Mat sumi-gaeshi 1:13:22 - 1:17:11

Volume 3

introduction To Kneeling Fronbt Headlocks 0 - 2:54
high wrist series 2:54- 14:47
centerline shift 14:47 - 17:54
high elbow guillotine first impressions 17:54 - 23:12
low elbow guillotine high wrist position 23:12 - 27:30
arm in guillotine high wrist position 27:30 - 32:48
high wrist position one handed guillotine 32:48 - 36:56
high wrist power guillotine 36:56 - 41:40
Kneeling front headlock katagatame series 41:40 - 47:19
front katagatame anaconda strangle 47:19 - 55:32

Volume 4

Front kata gatame anaconda strangle - Olympic roll 0 - 8:32
Anaconda strangle leg assist 8:32 - 14:58
Anaconda strangle critical details 14:58 - 20:05
Anaconda strangle elbow to elbow method 20:05 - 32:41
Darce strangle / inverted kata gatame 32:41 - 54:30

Volume 5

Darce strangle / inverted kata gatame elbow to elbow method 0 - 3:28
Seated kata gatame 3:28 - 10:23
Seated kata gatame - alternative finish 10:23 - 13:40
Cradle series 13:40 - 19:35
Cradle Leg Assist 19:35 - 28:36
Knee block go behind - mixing submission and position 28:36 - 38:06
Hand block go behind 38:06 - 41:03
Arm drag go behind 43:33 - 47:52
Putting it all together 47:52 - 53:24

Volume 6

Introduction To Seated Front Headlocks 0 - 4:47
Seated guard snap downs 4:47 - 10:11
Seated guard snap down leg assist 10:11 - 11:57
Forward shift snap down 11:57 - 13:54
High elbow guillotine in detail 13:54 - 28:47
Low elbow guillotine in detail 28:47 - 36:45
Arm in guillotine in detail 36:45 - 46:41

Volume 7

Hip heist 0 - 6:44
Collar tie hip heist 6:44 - 12:07
Shoulder post hip heist 12:07 - 16:40
Forward shift and hip heist 16:40 - 18:30
Overhook hip heist 18:30 - 21:35
Protecting the knee line with hip heist 21:35 - 26:19
Seated front headlock positional game 26:19 - 32:58
Yoko Sumi gaeshi 32:58 - 40:48

Volume 8

Introduction to Guard Passing 0 - 8:10
Conventional guillotines vs seated guard 8:10 - 11:45
Front headlock guard pass 11:45 - 14:55
Front headlock inverted North South 14:55 - 20:00
Front headlock vs half guard 20:00 - 28:16
Front headlock vs half guard 2 28:16 - 33:31
Front headlock vs half guard 3 33:31 - 38:25
Front headlock vs half guard 4 38:25 - 42:02
Thumb to sternum the principle of closure 42:02 - 47:10

The Front Headlock System by John Danaher

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If you talked to the one hundred most knowledgeable grapplers in the world and asked them, “Who would you most like to learn grappling from?” ninety-eight, ninety-nine, or maybe even all one hundred of them would give you the same answer: John Danaher. There is just no equal.

  • “The Front Headlock System" from John Danaher: The Most Sought After Grappling Instructor On The Planet
  • John helped coach Georges St Pierre and Chris Weidman to UFC World Titles. Garry Tonon has become a 3x ADCC competitor and a grappling Icon
  • John has guided guys like Eddie Cummings and Gordon Ryan to stardom in a fraction of the time that it would take ordinary people
  • The Front Headlock system John teaches is excellent for both Gi and No Gi and applicable for Self-Defense
  • This system will change your perspective on Jiu Jitsu


Course Content

Volume 1

System Overview 0 - 18:05
Introduction Front Headlock 18:05 - 24:52
Control vs Submission 24:52 - 27:42
4 Main Scenarios of Front Headlock System 27:42 - 30:46
4 Points of Control 30:46 - 37:48
Vulnerabilities of Front Headlock 37:48 - 45:06
Helpful Terminology and Concepts 45:06 - 49:52
4 Step System 49:52 - 54:25

Volume 2

Reactive entries 0 - 6:17
Reactive entries single 6:17 - 11:11
Reactive entries down blocks 11:11 - 16:09
Proactive entries snap downs 16:09 - 23:20
Inside tie straight snap 23:20 - 27:51
Inside tie side to side snap downs 27:51 - 30:04
Mutual collar ties snap down 30:04 - 34:39
Inside tie cross snap 34:39 - 39:17
Over tie snap down - outside Control 39:17 - 46:42
Half overtie snap 46:42 - 50:39
2 on 1 snap down 50:39 - 58:38
Over hook and under hook snap downs 58:38 - 1:03:09
Fake shot snap down 1:03:09 - 1:10:14
Taking standing front headlock to Mat - circling method 1:10:14 - 1:13:22
Taking stand front headlock to Mat sumi-gaeshi 1:13:22 - 1:17:11

Volume 3

introduction To Kneeling Fronbt Headlocks 0 - 2:54
high wrist series 2:54- 14:47
centerline shift 14:47 - 17:54
high elbow guillotine first impressions 17:54 - 23:12
low elbow guillotine high wrist position 23:12 - 27:30
arm in guillotine high wrist position 27:30 - 32:48
high wrist position one handed guillotine 32:48 - 36:56
high wrist power guillotine 36:56 - 41:40
Kneeling front headlock katagatame series 41:40 - 47:19
front katagatame anaconda strangle 47:19 - 55:32

Volume 4

Front kata gatame anaconda strangle - Olympic roll 0 - 8:32
Anaconda strangle leg assist 8:32 - 14:58
Anaconda strangle critical details 14:58 - 20:05
Anaconda strangle elbow to elbow method 20:05 - 32:41
Darce strangle / inverted kata gatame 32:41 - 54:30

Volume 5

Darce strangle / inverted kata gatame elbow to elbow method 0 - 3:28
Seated kata gatame 3:28 - 10:23
Seated kata gatame - alternative finish 10:23 - 13:40
Cradle series 13:40 - 19:35
Cradle Leg Assist 19:35 - 28:36
Knee block go behind - mixing submission and position 28:36 - 38:06
Hand block go behind 38:06 - 41:03
Arm drag go behind 43:33 - 47:52
Putting it all together 47:52 - 53:24

Volume 6

Introduction To Seated Front Headlocks 0 - 4:47
Seated guard snap downs 4:47 - 10:11
Seated guard snap down leg assist 10:11 - 11:57
Forward shift snap down 11:57 - 13:54
High elbow guillotine in detail 13:54 - 28:47
Low elbow guillotine in detail 28:47 - 36:45
Arm in guillotine in detail 36:45 - 46:41

Volume 7

Hip heist 0 - 6:44
Collar tie hip heist 6:44 - 12:07
Shoulder post hip heist 12:07 - 16:40
Forward shift and hip heist 16:40 - 18:30
Overhook hip heist 18:30 - 21:35
Protecting the knee line with hip heist 21:35 - 26:19
Seated front headlock positional game 26:19 - 32:58
Yoko Sumi gaeshi 32:58 - 40:48

Volume 8

Introduction to Guard Passing 0 - 8:10
Conventional guillotines vs seated guard 8:10 - 11:45
Front headlock guard pass 11:45 - 14:55
Front headlock inverted North South 14:55 - 20:00
Front headlock vs half guard 20:00 - 28:16
Front headlock vs half guard 2 28:16 - 33:31
Front headlock vs half guard 3 33:31 - 38:25
Front headlock vs half guard 4 38:25 - 42:02
Thumb to sternum the principle of closure 42:02 - 47:10
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