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Basics To Advanced: The Low Knee Shield by Aaron Benzrihem

Learn The Ins And Outs To One Of The Most Unique And Versatile Positions In BJJ, The LOW KNEE SHIELD with Bernardo Faria Black Belt, Aaron Benzrihem - Over 4 Hours Of Content Across 6 Volumes!

  • The Low Knee Shield Is Easy To Implement And Works Well In Gi And No Gi - Stop Getting Smashed By People And Start Using Their Weight Against Them - Aaron goes into detail about GI and NO GI
  • With over 4 hours of segmented and sequential content across 6 volumes, this easy to implement instructional series will show you EVERYTHING you need to know to start playing The Low Knee Shield
  • Aaron shows several options to sweep, submit or transition using the Low Knee Shield when you are getting completely smashed in the half guard or dealing with highly explosive guard passers
  • On this instructional you will find a COMPLETE road map that is laid out. Aaron is going to start by devoting the whole first volume to basics of control, concepts, movement, mobility and mechanics. This will lay the foundation so you are able to use the techniques RIGHT AWAY
  • From there you will learn sweeps, passes that connect to the sweeps, back takes, submissions if the sweeps fail, transitions if both the submissions and sweeps fail and then discuss defensive concepts and common encounters


Course Content

Volume 1

Volume 1: Basics and Control Principles. Introduction 0
Why the low knee shield? 1:15
Low knee shield vs high 5:28
Basics and control principles 8:51
The clamp 16:05
Proper body position/hip position 18:53

Volume 2

Volume 2: Entries to the low knee shield. Introduction 0
Entry concepts / attack one side of the body 1:01
Entry using collar and sleeve vs opponent on knees 7:24
Entry using arm drag against kneeling opponent 10:55
Entry using 2 on 1 opponent on knees 13:54
Entry from stand up / repeat above entries 18:12
Combat base entries - repeat above 22:26

Volume 3

Volume 3: Dealing With Kneeling Opponent - Most Common. Introduction 0
Emphasize frames and distance control 1:12
Entry to “attack” position 2:17
Coyote entry from the “attack” position 5:23
Roll over sweep from “attack” position 9:13
Double ankle pick from “attack” position 13:09
Single leg overview attack position 17:47
Deep half entry from “attack” position 19:49
Single leg x entry from “attack” position - far leg 23:35
Entering leg entries from attack position 27:21
X entry from “attack” position 31:02
Back take from “attack” position 34:10
Single leg x entry from “attack” position - shin to shin 36:39

Volume 4

Volume 4: Dealing with common passes. Introduction 0
Discuss importance of timing 1:15
Discuss the “bait” to butterfly sweep 3:55
Dealing with cross face using transition to Half Butterfly sweep 7:36
Dealing with under hook with transition to half butterfly sweep 10:13
When to switch to half butterfly 13:31
Dealing with reverse half passes 15:10
Dealing with leg weave intro 19:43
Baiting the leg weave for triangle 22:32
Triangle from forward pressure 25:32
Baiting the leg weave for omoplata 27:25
Omoplata variation number 2 31:19
Drag vs the leg weave pass 34:52
Getting to closed guard against leg weave 38:36

Volume 5

Volume 5: Dealing with combat base and standing. Introduction 0
Going to a leg lift against combat base 1:23
Attacking singles and doubles against combat base 7:21
Attacking shin to shin against combat base 10:09
Shin to shin vs combat base - single x pull 12:08
Shin to shin vs combat base - takedowns 17:49
Going to deep half vs combat base 19:49
Going to x vs combat base 22:33
Discuss standing 25:36
Importance of learning RDLR for standing opponent 28:06
Discuss shin to shin attacks vs standing opponent 34:33
Discuss takedowns vs standing opponents 38:13
Discuss getting to open guard vs standing opponent 40:47

Volume 6

Volume 6: Review of material, conclusion. Introduction 0
Review of control principles 1:23
Review of entry using one side of body 4:18
Review of dealing with knees 7:27
Review of combat base 9:09
Review of standing 10:42
Discussing the connections 12:42
Discussing implementation strategy 16:24
Discussing gi vs no gi 21:09
Discussing common failures and fixing them 23:39
Discussing timeline for progression 26:30
Outro 27:43

Basics To Advanced: The Low Knee Shield by Aaron Benzrihem

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Learn The Ins And Outs To One Of The Most Unique And Versatile Positions In BJJ, The LOW KNEE SHIELD with Bernardo Faria Black Belt, Aaron Benzrihem - Over 4 Hours Of Content Across 6 Volumes!

  • The Low Knee Shield Is Easy To Implement And Works Well In Gi And No Gi - Stop Getting Smashed By People And Start Using Their Weight Against Them - Aaron goes into detail about GI and NO GI
  • With over 4 hours of segmented and sequential content across 6 volumes, this easy to implement instructional series will show you EVERYTHING you need to know to start playing The Low Knee Shield
  • Aaron shows several options to sweep, submit or transition using the Low Knee Shield when you are getting completely smashed in the half guard or dealing with highly explosive guard passers
  • On this instructional you will find a COMPLETE road map that is laid out. Aaron is going to start by devoting the whole first volume to basics of control, concepts, movement, mobility and mechanics. This will lay the foundation so you are able to use the techniques RIGHT AWAY
  • From there you will learn sweeps, passes that connect to the sweeps, back takes, submissions if the sweeps fail, transitions if both the submissions and sweeps fail and then discuss defensive concepts and common encounters


Course Content

Volume 1

Volume 1: Basics and Control Principles. Introduction 0
Why the low knee shield? 1:15
Low knee shield vs high 5:28
Basics and control principles 8:51
The clamp 16:05
Proper body position/hip position 18:53

Volume 2

Volume 2: Entries to the low knee shield. Introduction 0
Entry concepts / attack one side of the body 1:01
Entry using collar and sleeve vs opponent on knees 7:24
Entry using arm drag against kneeling opponent 10:55
Entry using 2 on 1 opponent on knees 13:54
Entry from stand up / repeat above entries 18:12
Combat base entries - repeat above 22:26

Volume 3

Volume 3: Dealing With Kneeling Opponent - Most Common. Introduction 0
Emphasize frames and distance control 1:12
Entry to “attack” position 2:17
Coyote entry from the “attack” position 5:23
Roll over sweep from “attack” position 9:13
Double ankle pick from “attack” position 13:09
Single leg overview attack position 17:47
Deep half entry from “attack” position 19:49
Single leg x entry from “attack” position - far leg 23:35
Entering leg entries from attack position 27:21
X entry from “attack” position 31:02
Back take from “attack” position 34:10
Single leg x entry from “attack” position - shin to shin 36:39

Volume 4

Volume 4: Dealing with common passes. Introduction 0
Discuss importance of timing 1:15
Discuss the “bait” to butterfly sweep 3:55
Dealing with cross face using transition to Half Butterfly sweep 7:36
Dealing with under hook with transition to half butterfly sweep 10:13
When to switch to half butterfly 13:31
Dealing with reverse half passes 15:10
Dealing with leg weave intro 19:43
Baiting the leg weave for triangle 22:32
Triangle from forward pressure 25:32
Baiting the leg weave for omoplata 27:25
Omoplata variation number 2 31:19
Drag vs the leg weave pass 34:52
Getting to closed guard against leg weave 38:36

Volume 5

Volume 5: Dealing with combat base and standing. Introduction 0
Going to a leg lift against combat base 1:23
Attacking singles and doubles against combat base 7:21
Attacking shin to shin against combat base 10:09
Shin to shin vs combat base - single x pull 12:08
Shin to shin vs combat base - takedowns 17:49
Going to deep half vs combat base 19:49
Going to x vs combat base 22:33
Discuss standing 25:36
Importance of learning RDLR for standing opponent 28:06
Discuss shin to shin attacks vs standing opponent 34:33
Discuss takedowns vs standing opponents 38:13
Discuss getting to open guard vs standing opponent 40:47

Volume 6

Volume 6: Review of material, conclusion. Introduction 0
Review of control principles 1:23
Review of entry using one side of body 4:18
Review of dealing with knees 7:27
Review of combat base 9:09
Review of standing 10:42
Discussing the connections 12:42
Discussing implementation strategy 16:24
Discussing gi vs no gi 21:09
Discussing common failures and fixing them 23:39
Discussing timeline for progression 26:30
Outro 27:43

Learn The Ins And Outs To One Of The Most Unique And Versatile Positions In BJJ, The LOW KNEE SHIELD with Bernardo Faria Black Belt, Aaron Benzrihem - Over 4 Hours Of Content Across 6 Volumes!

The LOW KNEE SHIELD Is Easy To Implement And Works Well In Gi And No Gi - Stop Getting Passed By Athletic, Explosive Guard Passers 

The Low Knee Shield Guard With Aaron Benzrihem

What Will You Learn?

With over 4 hours of segmented and sequential content across 6 volumes, this easy to learn instructional series will show you EVERYTHING you need to know to start playing The Low Knee Shield.  The Low Knee Shield is a position that is not taught as frequently as other more traditional half guards but is just as, if not MORE effective.

The benefit of the Low Knee Shield is the fact that you limit your opponent's hip mobility by clamping on to their lower body. As they pressure forward, they are easier to lift, move, and attack. It is an EXCELLENT guard for slowing down wrestlers, athletic guard passers, spazzes, and explosive people. 

If you follow some of the basics and control principles of the position that Aaron shows, you will be able to sweep and control almost anyone with this position.  One of the biggest benefits to the Low Knee Shield is the fact that it allows you to have CONTROL.

Aaron shows several options to sweep, submit or transition using the Low Knee Shield against all of the reactions you may encounter.  That is the beauty of this position, you can use it when you are normally down and out, or against those guys that run around your guard. The Low Knee Shield is also a GREAT position to enter the legs and level the playing field by entering into any other guard you may like. 

On this instructional you will find a COMPLETE road map that is laid out.  Aaron is going to start by devoting the whole first volume to basics of control, concepts, movement, mobility and mechanics. This will lay the foundation so you are able to start using the techniques right away.  From there you will learn entries, then sweeps, passes that connect to the sweeps, back takes from the "attack position," submissions if the sweeps fail, transitions if both the submissions and sweeps fail and then discuss defensive concepts and common encounters. 

When To Switch To Half Butterfly:

Who Is Aaron Benzrihem?

Aaron Benzrihem is a Marcelo Garcia Brown Belt and now Bernardo Faria's first black belt, he is and Instructor/avid competitor at The Bernardo Faria Academy in Bedford, MA.  With multiple IBJJF medals and Fight To Win victories as well as dozens of local tournament medals and open class medals where he frequently competes and wins as a Light Feather (137.0 lbs). 

He is also an up and comping YouTube instructor with thousands of subscribers and hundreds of thousands of views.  Aaron is growing because of his incredible way of breaking down a technique.  Many people consider him an incredible instructor. Here is what some people are saying about his teaching. 

 

So What Exactly Do You Get?

Volume 1: Basics and Control Principles

  • Introduction 
  • Why the low knee shield? 
  • Low knee shield vs high 
  • Basics and control principles 
  • The clamp 
  • Proper body position/hip position

Volume 2: Entries to the low knee shield

  • Introduction 
  • Entry concepts / attack one side of the body 
  • Entry using collar and sleeve vs opponent on knees
  • Entry using arm drag against kneeling opponent 
  • Entry using 2 on 1 opponent on knees 
  • Entry from stand up / repeat above entries
  • Combat base entries - repeat above

Volume 3: Dealing With Kneeling Opponent - Most Common

  • Introduction 
  • Emphasize frames and distance control 
  • Entry to “attack” position 
  • Coyote entry from the “attack” position
  • Roll over sweep from “attack” position 
  • Double ankle pick from “attack” position 
  • Single leg overview attack position 
  • Deep half entry from “attack” position 
  • Single leg x entry from “attack” position - far leg 
  • Entering leg entries from attack position 
  • X entry from “attack” position 
  • Back take from “attack” position 
  • Single leg x entry from “attack” position - shin to shin

Volume 4: Dealing with common passes

  • Introduction 
  • Discuss importance of timing 
  • Discuss the “bait” to butterfly sweep 
  • Dealing with cross face using transition to Half Butterfly sweep 
  • Dealing with under hook with transition to half butterfly sweep 
  • When to switch to half butterfly 
  • Dealing with reverse half passes 
  • Dealing with leg weave intro 
  • Baiting the leg weave for triangle 
  • Triangle from forward pressure 
  • Baiting the leg weave for omoplata 
  • Omoplata variation number 2 
  • Drag vs the leg weave pass 
  • Getting to closed guard against leg weave

Volume 5: Dealing with combat base and standing

  • Introduction 
  • Going to a leg lift against combat base
  • Attacking singles and doubles against combat base 
  • Attacking shin to shin against combat base 
  • Shin to shin vs combat base - single x pull 
  • Shin to shin vs combat base - takedowns 
  • Going to deep half vs combat base 
  • Going to x vs combat base 
  • Discuss standing 
  • Importance of learning RDLR for standing opponent 
  • Discuss shin to shin attacks vs standing opponent 
  • Discuss takedowns vs standing opponents
  • Discuss getting to open guard vs standing opponent

Volume 6: Review of material, conclusion

  • Introduction 
  • Review of control principles 
  • Review of entry using one side of body 
  • Review of dealing with knees 
  • Review of combat base
  • Review of standing
  • Discussing the connections 
  • Discussing implementation strategy 
  • Discussing gi vs no gi 
  • Discussing common failures and fixing them 
  • Discussing timeline for progression 
  • Outro


So What Does It All Cost? 

 

$77

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