Destroying Larger Opponent From Open Guard by Matheus Gabriel
Matheus GabrielProfessional Fighter
Learn The Same Secret Techniques That Black Belt World Champion Matheus Gabriel Use To Make His Open Guard As Dangerous As Most Guys’ Mount Or Back Position
- These open guard attacks require no flexibility, speed, or strength to work on bigger people, and all of them lead to the submission!
- Stop getting smashed on bottom and learn how to create sweeps and submissions from your open guard with this new four-volume series
- You will always need a plan from open guard, and now you can use the same one as one of the most successful fighters on Earth
- Matheus Gabriel’s open guard is becoming world-famous after his debut year at black belt
- Become more dangerous from everywhere
|Introduction||0 - 0:30|
|Modern Scissor Sweep||0:30 - 7:38|
|Modern Scissor Sweep to Armbar||7:38 - 13:16|
|Knee Shield to Opposite Triangle||13:16 - 24:28|
|Knee Shield to Standard Triangle||24:28 - 39:10|
|Knee Shield to Straight Arm Lock||39:10 - 48:59|
|Attacking Combat Base with Triangle||0 - 11:01|
|Attacking Combat Base with Armbar||11:01 - 23:15|
|Reverse Arm Lock Against Knee Shield||23:15 - 32:04|
|De La Riva Short Lasso to Triangle||0 - 7:41|
|Short Lasso to Omoplata||7:41 - 12:32|
|Arm Lock vs torreando||12:32 - 21:13|
|Arm lock vs torreando 2||21:13 - 26:13|
|Knee Stop to Triangle||26:13 - 33:04|
|Knee Shield to shoulder lock||0 -11:17|
|Knee Shield to reverse arm lock||11:17 - 21:18|
|Arm/shoulder variation system with drill||21:18 - 41:53|
|Outro||41:53 - 42:54|
Learn The Same Secret Techniques That Black Belt World Champion Matheus Gabriel Used To Make His Open Guard As Dangerous As Most Guys’ Mount Or Back Position
These open guard attacks require no flexibility, speed, or strength to work on bigger people, and all of them lead to the submission!
What Will You Learn?
Stop getting smashed on bottom and learn how to create sweeps and submissions from your open guard with this new four-volume series from a guy who won worlds his first year at black belt, Matheus Gabriel! Matheus shows some of his favorite attacks from guard, including the moves he used in his black belt world debut. These are moves that anyone can do, no speed or flexibility needed for success, just crisp technique from Matheus’s own game.
You will always need a plan from open guard, and now you can use the same one as one of the most successful fighters on Earth as he shows his system for taking control of a fight from bottom. Instead of getting smashed and having to work from bad position, use these grips and little details that Matheus has discovered that work for him. By combining the open guard with some of Matheus’s best positions like knee shield and lasso guard, you can become a way more dynamic fighter who can work for submissions all the time.
Matheus Gabriel’s open guard is becoming world-famous after his debut year at black belt. With gold medal performances at the Pan Am and World championships, and wins over the division’s elite, everyone is now seeing him doing great from the open guard. The secrets to his success in this common position are now here in this four-volume series where every attack is a chance to end the fight.
Focus on how Matheus off balances people for the sweep and isolates the limbs to attack the submission from his favorite guards. Matheus shows his system around using the knee shield as a dynamic weapon, combining it with his favorite moves in interesting and effective ways. These modern takes on old school positions can give huge results to the average grappler.
Don’t worry about big flashy moves, these are all concepts and techniques that require no speed, flexibility, or athleticism. Instead, this is clever and useful ways to use your guard to create leverage in all the best ways. Lock down your next opponent with all these options on how to turn your open guard into a minefield with the help of world champion Matheus Gabriel.
What Exactly Do You Get?
Modern Scissor Sweep
Modern Scissor Sweep to Armbar
Knee Shield to Opposite Triangle
Knee Shield to Standard Triangle
Knee Shield to Straight Arm Lock
Attacking Combat Base with Triangle
Attacking Combat Base with Armbar
Reverse Arm Lock Against Knee Shield
De La Riva Short Lasso to Triangle
Short Lasso to Omoplata
Arm Lock vs torreando
Arm lock vs torreando 2
Knee Stop to Triangle
Knee Shield to shoulder lock
Knee Shield to reverse arm lock
Arm/shoulder variation system with drill
So What Does It All cost?
Well, that depends, what is it worth to learn from a black belt world champion who is dominating at his first year as a black belt?
Matheus Gabriel had one of the best black belt debut's of all time.. We could have easily charged you $147, but we're not going to do that, instead, cut that price by almost 50%
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