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Basics To Advanced: Ankle Picks For Jiu Jitsu by Aaron Benzrihem

Add One Of The Most Versatile Takedowns In All Of Jiu-Jitsu To Your Takedown Arsenal, The Ankle Pick!

  • Aaron Benzrihem is a Bernardo Faria black belt and has refined his ankle pick system for over a decade!
  • Build confidence in your standing skills with the ankle pick and it’s endless setups and finishing variations.
  • Deploy the ankle pick from a wide range of scenarios including standing, standing three point stance, and even from the seated position!
  • Keep opponents guessing with ankle pick combinations that put opponents on defense and keep them there as you work towards securing the top position.
  • Avoid dangerous submissions with the low-risk options the ankle pick provides!

Course Content

Volume 1

Introduction 0
Why ankle picks? (Distance, stall, grips) 1:07
Three different types (standing both grips, standing three point stance, seated/guard pull) 7:06
Cross body vs same side 12:53
Finishing mechanics same side (drop one knee, trip, run them down) 16:21
Finishing mechanics cross body 21:18

Volume 2

Standing. Introduction 0
The common ankle pick (both partners gripped - double knees, single knee, etc) 0:40
Fake inside trip, go same side 3:10
Fake outside trip - go cross 5:27
Fake uchi mata to ankle pick 7:56
Fake guard pull go same or cross 11:00
Fake hip throw to ankle pick 12:51
Lapel snap down to ankle pick 14:55
Cross grip snap down to head and arm ankle pick 16:23
Collar drag to ankle pick 19:08
Time guard pull ankle pick (points) 20:42

Volume 3

Seated Guard. Introduction 0
Seated guard standing basics (roll over knee) 0:54
Guard pull into aggressive stance ankle pick 3:25
Guard pull to foot kick ankle pick 6:37
Guard pull they break grip ankle pick (Marcelo style) 10:00
Fake high go low ankle pick 13:50
2 on 1 guard pull to ankle pick (Marcelo) 16:34
Ankle pick vs combat base 18:05

Volume 4

Three Point Stance. Introduction 0
3 point vs seated - key differences 1:14
3 point stance basic ankle pick 3:39
When to pull 5:15
Conclusion - connecting everything 7:44

Basics To Advanced: Ankle Picks For Jiu Jitsu by Aaron Benzrihem

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Add One Of The Most Versatile Takedowns In All Of Jiu-Jitsu To Your Takedown Arsenal, The Ankle Pick!

  • Aaron Benzrihem is a Bernardo Faria black belt and has refined his ankle pick system for over a decade!
  • Build confidence in your standing skills with the ankle pick and it’s endless setups and finishing variations.
  • Deploy the ankle pick from a wide range of scenarios including standing, standing three point stance, and even from the seated position!
  • Keep opponents guessing with ankle pick combinations that put opponents on defense and keep them there as you work towards securing the top position.
  • Avoid dangerous submissions with the low-risk options the ankle pick provides!

Course Content

Volume 1

Introduction 0
Why ankle picks? (Distance, stall, grips) 1:07
Three different types (standing both grips, standing three point stance, seated/guard pull) 7:06
Cross body vs same side 12:53
Finishing mechanics same side (drop one knee, trip, run them down) 16:21
Finishing mechanics cross body 21:18

Volume 2

Standing. Introduction 0
The common ankle pick (both partners gripped - double knees, single knee, etc) 0:40
Fake inside trip, go same side 3:10
Fake outside trip - go cross 5:27
Fake uchi mata to ankle pick 7:56
Fake guard pull go same or cross 11:00
Fake hip throw to ankle pick 12:51
Lapel snap down to ankle pick 14:55
Cross grip snap down to head and arm ankle pick 16:23
Collar drag to ankle pick 19:08
Time guard pull ankle pick (points) 20:42

Volume 3

Seated Guard. Introduction 0
Seated guard standing basics (roll over knee) 0:54
Guard pull into aggressive stance ankle pick 3:25
Guard pull to foot kick ankle pick 6:37
Guard pull they break grip ankle pick (Marcelo style) 10:00
Fake high go low ankle pick 13:50
2 on 1 guard pull to ankle pick (Marcelo) 16:34
Ankle pick vs combat base 18:05

Volume 4

Three Point Stance. Introduction 0
3 point vs seated - key differences 1:14
3 point stance basic ankle pick 3:39
When to pull 5:15
Conclusion - connecting everything 7:44

Secure The Ankle Pick From EVERYWHERE With Ankle Picks For Jiu-Jitsu A 4-Part Instructional From Aaron Benzrihem!

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What Will You Learn?

The ankle pick is one of the most powerful and effective takedowns in Jiu-Jitsu. It offers a safe platform that helps you avoid submissions while opening up ample opportunities to set up and land the takedown. With his latest instructional, Aaron Benzrihem looks to provide a complete game plan to consistently land the ankle pick from a wide range of positions and scenarios.

Aaron is a black belt under Bernardo Faria, and an instructor at The Bernardo Faria Academy. He has been refining his ankle pick system for over a decade. In that time he has developed a high-level system that applies to ALL levels of Jiu-Jitsu. The ankle pick is a great takedown for ANYONE'S arsenal, but also can be a main focal point of your standup strategy. 

Why the ankle pick? This classic technique is used at the highest levels of the sport for good reason. It is a powerful takedown that doesn’t require immense strength to pull off, keeps you safe from submissions, has endless amounts of setups, and to top it off there are plenty of finishing variations. Regardless of prior experience, anyone can learn to use the ankle pick to its full potential. 

In the Gi it is even more effective! Throughout the series, Aaron explores how to execute the ankle pick from a wide range of positions and scenarios. You will learn techniques from standing, standing three point stance, and from seated guard. Along with each scenario you will learn grip variations, setups, and finishing variations. If you are looking to add a go-to takedown system to your arsenal, look no further than Aaron Benzrihem’s 4-part series Ankle Picks For Jiu-Jitsu!

So, What Exactly Do You Get?

PART 1

  • INTRODUCTION
  • WHY ANKLE PICKS? (DISTANCE, STALL, GRIPS)
  • THREE DIFFERENT TYPES (STANDING BOTH GRIPS, STANDING THREE POINT STANCE, SEATED/GUARD PULL)
  • CROSS BODY VS SAME SIDE
  • FINISHING MECHANICS SAME SIDE (DROP ONE KNEE, TRIP, RUN THEM DOWN)
  • FINISHING MECHANICS CROSS BODY
  • PART 2

    STANDING

  • INTRODUCTION
  • THE COMMON ANKLE PICK (BOTH PARTNERS GRIPPED - DOUBLE KNEES, SINGLE KNEE, ETC)
  • FAKE INSIDE TRIP, GO SAME SIDE
  • FAKE OUTSIDE TRIP - GO CROSS
  • FAKE UCHI MATA TO ANKLE PICK
  • FAKE GUARD PULL GO SAME OR CROSS
  • FAKE HIP THROW TO ANKLE PICK
  • LAPEL SNAP DOWN TO ANKLE PICK
  • CROSS GRIP SNAP DOWN TO HEAD AND ARM ANKLE PICK
  • COLLAR DRAG TO ANKLE PICK
  • TIME GUARD PULL ANKLE PICK (POINTS)
  • PART 3

    SEATED GUARD

  • INTRODUCTION
  • SEATED GUARD STANDING BASICS (ROLL OVER KNEE)
  • GUARD PULL INTO AGGRESSIVE STANCE ANKLE PICK
  • GUARD PULL TO FOOT KICK ANKLE PICK
  • GUARD PULL THEY BREAK GRIP ANKLE PICK (MARCELO STYLE)
  • FAKE HIGH GO LOW ANKLE PICK
  • 2 ON 1 GUARD PULL TO ANKLE PICK (MARCELO)
  • ANKLE PICK VS COMBAT BASE
  • PART 4

    THREE POINT STANCE

  • INTRODUCTION
  • 3 POINT VS SEATED - KEY DIFFERENCES
  • 3 POINT STANCE BASIC ANKLE PICK
  • WHEN TO PULL
  • CONCLUSION - CONNECTING EVERYTHING
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