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The Maia Backpack System: Transitions To The Back by Demian Maia

$197.00

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Designed For All Levels - Whether you’re a beginner or an advanced fighter, this course will change your game.
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Professional Fighter

Get To The Back With Battle-Tested Technique From MMA’s Greatest Back Attacker Demian Maia Shows His Entire System For Gaining Combat’s Most Dominant Position

  • Find back control that you can use to finish the fight from common positions like side control, the guard, turtle, passing guard, and more
  • Demian Maia is a veteran Brazilian jiu-jitsu black belt and UFC legend, known as one of the most dangerous and skillful grapplers in the history of MMA
  • This 3-volume series shows some of Demian’s favorite techniques, including ones that he used for victory against top contenders in the UFC
  • Grapplers of all levels and ages can use these concepts, principles, and technically-focused lessons to add to their skillset
  • Focus on efficiency with Demian’s careful instruction on how to use your energy better

Course Content

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Volume 1

Intro 0
Concepts Of Transition To The Back 0:56
How The Course Is Divided 1:42
Principles Of Transition 2:14
Principles Of Defending The Back 4:25
Principles Of Defending The Back - From “Cem-Quilos” To The Back - Reacting 4:32
From “Cem-Quilos” To The Back - Forcing 9:37
From “Cem-Quilos” To The Back - Inducing 15:09
Transitions To The Back From The Top - From The Guard Pass 23:56
Passing The Butterfly Guard Inducing Back Exposure 29:57
Passing The Butterfly Guard Forcing Back Exposure 36:25
From Half-Mount To The Back 41:44
From Half-Mount To The Back 2 46:04

Volume 2

Countering half-guard sweep going to the back 0
Transitions To The Back From The Top - In Front Of The Opponent - Chin/Triceps Control 10:26
The Bowling Move 17:00
Variation Using The Knee 20:28
Transitions To The Back From The Top - From The Mount 24:29
Transitions To The Back From The Bottom - Half-Guard 28:22
Variation Against Strong Opponent 38:39
Variation When Legs Are Away 41:05
Variation Pulling The Arm 46:07
Half Guard Crossing Arms 49:01
Transitions To The Back From The Bottom – Guard - Arm-Drag 54:31
Against Under Hook Guard Pass 1:01:28
Against Double Under Hook Pass 1:07:25
From The Close Guard 1:11:39
Transitions To The Back From Stand Up- Against The Single Leg 1:16:05
From The Under Hook 1:20:16

Volume 3

Defending The Back - Belly Up 0
Defending The Back - Leg Work In Depth 7:04
Defending The Back - Falling To The Side Of The Attack Arm 10:57
Variation Breaking Opponent’S Grip 14:19
Variation Escaping from the Top Hook 17:40
Defending The Back - Turtle Position - Turtle With No Hooks 21:01
Variation When Opponent Try To Put The Hook 25:24
Turtle With One Hook In 29:17
Turtle With Two Hooks In 32:49
Conclusion 37:55

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WHAT WILL YOU LEARN?

UFC Legend & grappling great Demian Maia is back with BJJ Fanatics to show you his techniques & systems for transitioning to the back - his signature position where he secured his greatest wins. Learn all the ways that you can take someone’s back from tons of common grappling and combat positions, including from side control, from turtle, from passing guard, and more.

Demian Maia is a veteran black belt competitor in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu who successfully transitioned to MMA and became a legend through his UFC run. Known for his dominant and refined skill on the ground, Demian would systematically break down opponents and often finish with his signature rear naked choke. Now, you can learn those secrets here as he shows tons of ways to obtain back control against talented opposition.

With breakdowns of every position and technique, see how grapplers of any level can improve their game and find back control as often as possible from top and bottom. With tips for hunting the back from the guard, from top position, including the techniques that Demian used in the UFC, you’ll add a whole new arsenal to your skillset.

So, What Exactly Do You Get?

PART 1

  • INTRO
  • CONCEPTS OF TRANSITION TO THE BACK
  • HOW THE COURSE IS DIVIDED
  • PRINCIPLES OF TRANSITION
  • PRINCIPLES OF DEFENDING THE BACK
  • TRANSITIONS TO THE BACK FROM THE TOP - FROM SIDE CONTROL "CEM-QUILOS"

  • FROM "CEM-QUILOS" TO THE BACK - REACTING
  • FROM "CEM-QUILOS" TO THE BACK - FORCING
  • FROM "CEM-QUILOS" TO THE BACK - INDUCING
  • TRANSITIONS TO THE BACK FROM THE TOP - FROM THE GUARD PASS
  • PASSING THE BUTTERFLY GUARD INDUCING BACK EXPOSURE
  • PASSING THE BUTTERFLY GUARD FORCING BACK EXPOSURE
  • FROM HALF-MOUNT TO THE BACK
  • FROM HALF-MOUNT TO THE BACK 2
  • PART 2

    COUNTERING HALF-GUARD SWEEP GOING TO THE BACK

    TRANSITIONS TO THE BACK FROM THE TOP - IN FRONT OF THE OPPONENT

  • CHIN/TRICEPS CONTROL
  • THE BOWLING MOVE
  • VARIATION USING THE KNEE
  • TRANSITIONS TO THE BACK FROM THE TOP - FROM THE MOUNT
  • TRANSITIONS TO THE BACK FROM THE BOTTOM - HALF-GUARD
  • VARIATION AGAINST STRONG OPPONENT
  • VARIATION WHEN LEGS ARE AWAY
  • VARIATION PULLING THE ARM
  • HALF GUARD CROSSING ARMS
  • TRANSITIONS TO THE BACK FROM THE BOTTOM - GUARD

  • ARM-DRAG
  • AGAINST UNDER HOOK GUARD PASS
  • AGAINST DOUBLE UNDER HOOK PASS
  • FROM THE CLOSE GUARD
  • TRANSITIONS TO THE BACK FROM STAND UP- AGAINST THE SINGLE LEG
  • FROM THE UNDER HOOK
  • PART 3

    DEFENDING THE BACK - BELLY UP

  • DEFENDING THE BACK - LEG WORK IN DEPTH
  • DEFENDING THE BACK - FALLING TO THE SIDE OF THE ATTACK ARM
  • VARIATION BREAKING OPPONENT'S GRIP
  • VARIATION ESCAPING FROM THE TOP HOOK
  • DEFENDING THE BACK - TURTLE POSITION - TURTLE WITH NO HOOKS
  • VARIATION WHEN OPPONENT TRY TO PUT THE HOOK
  • TURTLE WITH ONE HOOK IN
  • TURTLE WITH TWO HOOKS IN
  • CONCLUSION
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