So What's On This Series?
An Open And Shut Guard
-Any grappler at the highest level knows that passing the best guards isn’t about dealing with the crazy stuff, it’s about addressing the fundamentals, so Jake begins with the most common fight from top: breaking and passing the closed guard. Always a staple of BJJ, you must know how to attack and defend inside the guard if you hope to survive and thrive on the mats. With a combination of old school pressure passing techniques, and more modern standing breaks, there are solutions here for any body type or skill level. Once the guard is opened, learn how to break down the position and pass with a unique combination of pins, smashes, and techniques that Jake has mastered. As you go through this 4-volume set, Jake addresses position after position you can use to keep adding to your game, including a series of half guard passes (coming from a half guard master in his own right).
Pass, Smash, And Finish The Fight
-Learn to smash through the guard, control your opponent, and move to the back for that perfect choke with these new and effective turtle attacks. Instead of grabbing and trying to jump and roll, possibly losing position, instead use this simpler, more effective special from Jake, using a crucifix set up to roll your way through to the back. Some of the details and finer points make this a can’t miss attack. See variation after variation on how to use your control to safely and securely get to the back and finish the fight.
Take On All Guards With This
-Once you have learned to control and pass the most basic and problematic BJJ guards, expand your game out with some specialty passes from Jake’s repertoire. Float and flow technically through the traps of single leg x, deep half, and butterfly, among others, and never be left without a reliable answer again.
-Plus much, much more...