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Escaping From Side Control and Knee on Belly by Ante Dzolic

STOP getting stuck on the bottom! Ante Dzolic has been a fixture on the mats for over two decades and he's here to provide you with new and exciting options to help you get out of danger and turn the tables on your training partners and opponents

  • Master the art of escaping from two of the most common positions in all of BJJ and start exiting the bottom with greater ease
  • Explore options from one of the largest libraries of technique ever assembled on the subject with instruction on escaping, guard recovery, proper posture, new escape routes that will help you get out of danger, and much much more!


Course Content

Volume 1

Big Picture 0:00 - 3:32
Posture 3:32 - 6:19
Addressing the Cross Face 6:19 - 8:59
Getting to the Knees (Leg Side) 8:59 - 13:23
Guard Recovery (Leg Side) 13:23 - 17:12
Footwork 17:12 - 22:13
Distinguishing When to Recover Half Guard vs Full Guard 22:13 - 25:59
The Rollover (Leg Side) 25:59 - 27:45
Countering the Post 27:45 - 29:19
Rollover to Shin in Biceps Series 29:19 - 31:30
The Head Side Rollover 31:30 - 35:12
The Head Side Rollover Follow-ups 35:12

Volume 2

The Rolling Base Out 0:00 - 4:14
The Rolling Base Out to Single Leg and/or Guard Recovery 4:14 - 6:11
The Rolling Base Out to Shin in Biceps 6:11 - 7:52
The Rolling Base Out to Elbow Push 7:52 - 9:15
Cylinder Roll Reversal 9:15 - 12:50
Cylinder Roll to Guard Recovery 12:50 - 14:05
Cylinder Roll to a Rollover 14:05 - 16:32
Cylinder Roll to The Rolling Base Out 16:32 - 18:13
Head Side Single Leg 18:13 - 21:27
Head Side Single Leg to Elbow Push 21:27 - 23:40
Overcoming a tight seatbelt to Elbow Push to Guard Recovery 23:40 - 25:56
Elbow Push to Americana 25:56 - 28:27
Elbow Push to Head Hug Cylinder Roll 28:27 - 30:31
Elbow Push Series (Follow Ups) 30:31 - 34:09
Elbow Push Series (Dealing with Grips) 34:09

Volume 3

X Overhead Pass to Guard Recovery 0:00 - 4:51
X Overhead Pass to Head Hug Cylinder Roll 4:51 - 6:45
X Overhead Pass (Overcoming Modified Kesa) 6:45 - 9:23
X Overhead Pass (Overcoming Reverse Kesa) Hip Bump 9:23 - 10:53
X Overhead Pass (Overcoming Reverse Kesa) Taking the Back 10:53 - 12:35
X Overhead Pass (Bailout) 12:35 - 14:35
Turn Away Series 14:35 - 19:31
Turn Away to Guard Recovery 19:31 - 21:35
Turn Away Series (Addressing the Leg Side Arm) 21:35 - 24:37
Turn Away to The Deep Half Guard 24:37 - 26:41
Overcoming a Tight Seatbelt (The Windmill) 26:41 - 29:33
Windmill to The Half Guard 29:33 - 33:28
Half Guard Recovery to Leg Side Turn Away Series 33:28

Volume 4

Shin in Biceps Series to The Get Up 0:00 - 2:18
Shin in Biceps Series to Guard Recovery 2:18 - 4:01
Shin in Biceps Series to Sling Shot Sweep 4:01 - 5:48
Shin in Biceps Series to Reverse Triangle Series 5:48 - 8:20
Shin in Biceps Series to Kimura and Wrist Lock 8:20 - 10:06
Shin in Biceps Series to The Rolling Base Out Series 10:06 - 12:04
Escaping Kesa: 3 Point Bridge 12:04 - 14:09
Escaping Kesa: 3 Point Bridge to Back Take 14:09 - 15:10
Escaping Kesa: Bridge to Hip Shovel 15:10 - 16:27
Escaping Kesa: Straight and Bent Arm Locks 16:27 - 19:36
Escaping Kesa: Posture Defense to the Back 19:36 - 22:54
Escaping Modified Kesa: Walk Away to The Sit Up 22:54 - 25:10
Escaping Modified Kesa: Walk Away to Elbow Push 25:10 - 27:29
Common Problems: Recovering Lost Frames 27:29 - 32:17
Common Problems: Dealing with Passes Focused on Hip Control 32:17 - 35:00
Common Problems: Dealing with Head and Shoulder Focused Passes 35:00 - 37:48
Common Problems: Countering the Knee on Belly Transition 37:48 - 38:51
Common Problems: Troubleshooting Guard Recovery Issues I 38:51 - 41:49
Common Problems: Troubleshooting Guard Recovery Issues II 41:49 - 44:13
Conclusion 44:13

Volume 5

Escape Destinations 0:00 - 1:54
Follow Through 1:54 - 3:39
Weight placement and our movement 3:39 - 6:17
Finding the Dead Angle 6:17 - 7:58
Posture and Hand Placements 7:58 - 12:47
The Reverse Shrimp 12:47 - 14:38
Variation 14:38 - 16:39
Fouling the Transition I 16:39 - 20:35
Fouling the Transition II 20:35 - 24:30
Bump Escape 24:30 - 28:05
Make a Hole 28:05 - 30:57
Grab a Belt/Grab a Heel Escape 30:57 - 33:18
Leg and Arm Weave Escape 33:18

Volume 6

Belt and Heel: Guard Recovery 0:00 - 3:36
Undercutting a Mobile Opponent 3:36 - 5:59
Containing the Ankle 5:59 - 8:33
Belt/Skirt Reversal 8:33 - 10:40
Countering the Windshield Wiper Transition 10:40 - 13:41
Shin in Biceps Reversal 13:41 - 16:35
Recovering Guard 16:35 - 18:18
When we Can’t Access the Arm 18:18 - 21:14
Bridge to a Single 21:14 - 23:38
Belt/Skirt Reversal 23:38 - 25:27
Guard Recovery 25:27 - 27:03
Undercutting the Opponent 27:03 - 28:40
Dealing with a Controlled Near Side Arm 28:40 - 30:30
Reversal Escape 30:30 - 33:12
Guard Recovery When They Chase 33:12 - 34:47
Countering Alternating Knee on Belly and Reverse Knee on Belly Transitions 34:47 - 36:23
Countering the Backstep 36:23 - 38:44
Conclusion 38:44

Escaping From Side Control and Knee on Belly by Ante Dzolic

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STOP getting stuck on the bottom! Ante Dzolic has been a fixture on the mats for over two decades and he's here to provide you with new and exciting options to help you get out of danger and turn the tables on your training partners and opponents

  • Master the art of escaping from two of the most common positions in all of BJJ and start exiting the bottom with greater ease
  • Explore options from one of the largest libraries of technique ever assembled on the subject with instruction on escaping, guard recovery, proper posture, new escape routes that will help you get out of danger, and much much more!


Course Content

Volume 1

Big Picture 0:00 - 3:32
Posture 3:32 - 6:19
Addressing the Cross Face 6:19 - 8:59
Getting to the Knees (Leg Side) 8:59 - 13:23
Guard Recovery (Leg Side) 13:23 - 17:12
Footwork 17:12 - 22:13
Distinguishing When to Recover Half Guard vs Full Guard 22:13 - 25:59
The Rollover (Leg Side) 25:59 - 27:45
Countering the Post 27:45 - 29:19
Rollover to Shin in Biceps Series 29:19 - 31:30
The Head Side Rollover 31:30 - 35:12
The Head Side Rollover Follow-ups 35:12

Volume 2

The Rolling Base Out 0:00 - 4:14
The Rolling Base Out to Single Leg and/or Guard Recovery 4:14 - 6:11
The Rolling Base Out to Shin in Biceps 6:11 - 7:52
The Rolling Base Out to Elbow Push 7:52 - 9:15
Cylinder Roll Reversal 9:15 - 12:50
Cylinder Roll to Guard Recovery 12:50 - 14:05
Cylinder Roll to a Rollover 14:05 - 16:32
Cylinder Roll to The Rolling Base Out 16:32 - 18:13
Head Side Single Leg 18:13 - 21:27
Head Side Single Leg to Elbow Push 21:27 - 23:40
Overcoming a tight seatbelt to Elbow Push to Guard Recovery 23:40 - 25:56
Elbow Push to Americana 25:56 - 28:27
Elbow Push to Head Hug Cylinder Roll 28:27 - 30:31
Elbow Push Series (Follow Ups) 30:31 - 34:09
Elbow Push Series (Dealing with Grips) 34:09

Volume 3

X Overhead Pass to Guard Recovery 0:00 - 4:51
X Overhead Pass to Head Hug Cylinder Roll 4:51 - 6:45
X Overhead Pass (Overcoming Modified Kesa) 6:45 - 9:23
X Overhead Pass (Overcoming Reverse Kesa) Hip Bump 9:23 - 10:53
X Overhead Pass (Overcoming Reverse Kesa) Taking the Back 10:53 - 12:35
X Overhead Pass (Bailout) 12:35 - 14:35
Turn Away Series 14:35 - 19:31
Turn Away to Guard Recovery 19:31 - 21:35
Turn Away Series (Addressing the Leg Side Arm) 21:35 - 24:37
Turn Away to The Deep Half Guard 24:37 - 26:41
Overcoming a Tight Seatbelt (The Windmill) 26:41 - 29:33
Windmill to The Half Guard 29:33 - 33:28
Half Guard Recovery to Leg Side Turn Away Series 33:28

Volume 4

Shin in Biceps Series to The Get Up 0:00 - 2:18
Shin in Biceps Series to Guard Recovery 2:18 - 4:01
Shin in Biceps Series to Sling Shot Sweep 4:01 - 5:48
Shin in Biceps Series to Reverse Triangle Series 5:48 - 8:20
Shin in Biceps Series to Kimura and Wrist Lock 8:20 - 10:06
Shin in Biceps Series to The Rolling Base Out Series 10:06 - 12:04
Escaping Kesa: 3 Point Bridge 12:04 - 14:09
Escaping Kesa: 3 Point Bridge to Back Take 14:09 - 15:10
Escaping Kesa: Bridge to Hip Shovel 15:10 - 16:27
Escaping Kesa: Straight and Bent Arm Locks 16:27 - 19:36
Escaping Kesa: Posture Defense to the Back 19:36 - 22:54
Escaping Modified Kesa: Walk Away to The Sit Up 22:54 - 25:10
Escaping Modified Kesa: Walk Away to Elbow Push 25:10 - 27:29
Common Problems: Recovering Lost Frames 27:29 - 32:17
Common Problems: Dealing with Passes Focused on Hip Control 32:17 - 35:00
Common Problems: Dealing with Head and Shoulder Focused Passes 35:00 - 37:48
Common Problems: Countering the Knee on Belly Transition 37:48 - 38:51
Common Problems: Troubleshooting Guard Recovery Issues I 38:51 - 41:49
Common Problems: Troubleshooting Guard Recovery Issues II 41:49 - 44:13
Conclusion 44:13

Volume 5

Escape Destinations 0:00 - 1:54
Follow Through 1:54 - 3:39
Weight placement and our movement 3:39 - 6:17
Finding the Dead Angle 6:17 - 7:58
Posture and Hand Placements 7:58 - 12:47
The Reverse Shrimp 12:47 - 14:38
Variation 14:38 - 16:39
Fouling the Transition I 16:39 - 20:35
Fouling the Transition II 20:35 - 24:30
Bump Escape 24:30 - 28:05
Make a Hole 28:05 - 30:57
Grab a Belt/Grab a Heel Escape 30:57 - 33:18
Leg and Arm Weave Escape 33:18

Volume 6

Belt and Heel: Guard Recovery 0:00 - 3:36
Undercutting a Mobile Opponent 3:36 - 5:59
Containing the Ankle 5:59 - 8:33
Belt/Skirt Reversal 8:33 - 10:40
Countering the Windshield Wiper Transition 10:40 - 13:41
Shin in Biceps Reversal 13:41 - 16:35
Recovering Guard 16:35 - 18:18
When we Can’t Access the Arm 18:18 - 21:14
Bridge to a Single 21:14 - 23:38
Belt/Skirt Reversal 23:38 - 25:27
Guard Recovery 25:27 - 27:03
Undercutting the Opponent 27:03 - 28:40
Dealing with a Controlled Near Side Arm 28:40 - 30:30
Reversal Escape 30:30 - 33:12
Guard Recovery When They Chase 33:12 - 34:47
Countering Alternating Knee on Belly and Reverse Knee on Belly Transitions 34:47 - 36:23
Countering the Backstep 36:23 - 38:44
Conclusion 38:44

Escape From Two of the Worst Positions in All of Grappling with Veteran BJJ Black Belt BJJ Instructor Ante Dzolic

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What Will You Learn?

With Escaping From Side Control and Knee On Belly veteran BJJ black belt practitioner and revered Ohio BJJ Coach Ante Dzolic will provide you with ALL of the tools necessary to make a clean getaway from side control and knee on belly! Through an incredibly vast array of options and strategies, Dzolic will instruct you on the critical intricacies of movement, posture, and technique needed to dismantle and ultimately escape from these two incredibly common positions!

From basic scenarios to more high level forms of control, Dzolic has you covered in this encyclopedia of getting unstuck. Choose your own specific problems to explore or follow along to the instructional as Dzolic starts with the more common scenarios and progresses through more intricate ones. You'll find dozens of guard recovery options and strategies that include the elbow push, single legs, rollover techniques, pullover options, ideas on body positioning and weight placement, and tons more, all with the goal of getting you out of bad positions and back on track!

Stop spending precious minutes on the bottom! If you've been struggling to find your way out of these super common dominant positions, this is the blueprint you've been looking for. Dzolic has thought of everything and he's assembled it into the perfect roadmap to help get unstuck and return to a better position so that you can get back to attacking!

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So, What Exactly Do You Get?

Part 1:

  • Big Picture 
  • Posture 
  • Addressing the Cross Face 
  • Getting to the Knees (Leg Side) 
  • Guard Recovery (Leg Side) 
  • Footwork
  • Distinguishing When to Recover Half Guard vs Full Guard 
  • The Rollover (Leg Side) 
  • Countering the Post 
  • Rollover to Shin in Biceps Series
  • The Head Side Rollover
  • The Head Side Rollover Follow-ups 

Part 2:

  • The Rolling Base Out 
  • The Rolling Base Out to Single Leg and/or Guard Recovery 
  • The Rolling Base Out to Shin in Biceps 
  • The Rolling Base Out to Elbow Push 
  • Cylinder Roll Reversal 
  • Cylinder Roll to Guard Recovery 
  • Cylinder Roll to a Rollover
  • Cylinder Roll to The Rolling Base Out 
  • Head Side Single Leg 
  • Head Side Single Leg to Elbow Push 
  • Overcoming a tight seatbelt to Elbow Push to Guard Recovery 
  • Elbow Push to Americana 
  • Elbow Push to Head Hug Cylinder Roll
  • Elbow Push Series (Follow Ups) 
  • Elbow Push Series (Dealing with Grips) 

Part 3:

  • X Overhead Pass to Guard Recovery
  • X Overhead Pass to Head Hug Cylinder Roll 
  • X Overhead Pass (Overcoming Modified Kesa) 
  • X Overhead Pass (Overcoming Reverse Kesa) Hip Bump 
  • X Overhead Pass (Overcoming Reverse Kesa) Taking the Back 
  • X Overhead Pass (Bailout) 
  • Turn Away Series 
  • Turn Away to Guard Recovery 
  • Turn Away Series (Addressing the Leg Side Arm) 
  • Turn Away to The Deep Half Guard 
  • Overcoming a Tight Seatbelt (The Windmill) 
  • Windmill to The Half Guard 
  • Half Guard Recovery to Leg Side Turn Away Series 

Part 4:

  • Shin in Biceps Series to The Get Up
  • Shin in Biceps Series to Guard Recovery 
  • Shin in Biceps Series to Sling Shot Sweep 
  • Shin in Biceps Series to Reverse Triangle Series 
  • Shin in Biceps Series to Kimura and Wrist Lock 
  • Shin in Biceps Series to The Rolling Base Out Series 
  • Escaping Kesa: 3 Point Bridge 
  • Escaping Kesa: 3 Point Bridge to Back Take 
  • Escaping Kesa: Bridge to Hip Shovel 
  • Escaping Kesa: Straight and Bent Arm Locks 
  • Escaping Kesa: Posture Defense to the Back 
  • Escaping Modified Kesa: Walk Away to The Sit Up 
  • Escaping Modified Kesa: Walk Away to Elbow Push 
  • Common Problems: Recovering Lost Frames 
  • Common Problems: Dealing with Passes Focused on Hip Control 
  • Common Problems: Dealing with Head and Shoulder Focused Passes
  • Common Problems: Countering the Knee on Belly Transition 
  • Common Problems: Troubleshooting Guard Recovery Issues I 
  • Common Problems: Troubleshooting Guard Recovery Issues II 
  • Conclusion 

Part 5:

  • Escape Destinations 
  • Follow Through 
  • Weight placement and our movement 
  • Finding the Dead Angle 
  • Posture and Hand Placements 
  • The Reverse Shrimp 
  • Variation 
  • Fouling the Transition I 
  • Fouling the Transition II
  • Bump Escape 
  • Make a Hole
  • Grab a Belt/Grab a Heel Escape 
  • Leg and Arm Weave Escape 

Part 6:

  • Belt and Heel: Guard Recovery 
  • Undercutting a Mobile Opponent 
  • Containing the Ankle 
  • Belt/Skirt Reversal 
  • Countering the Windshield Wiper Transition 
  • Shin in Biceps Reversal 
  • Recovering Guard
  • When we Can’t Access the Arm 
  • Bridge to a Single 
  • Belt/Skirt Reversal 
  • Guard Recovery 
  • Undercutting the Opponent 
  • Dealing with a Controlled Near Side Arm
  • Reversal Escape 
  • Guard Recovery When They Chase 
  • Countering Alternating Knee on Belly and Reverse Knee on Belly Transitions 
  • Countering the Backstep 
  • Conclusion 

So, What Does It All Cost?

$77

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