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Feet To Floor Volume 2 by John Danaher


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John Danaher

Professional Fighter

Learn the key details to some of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu’s most effective throws, as Professor John Danaher shows you how to safely and reliably take down your opponents and training partners.

  • Use throws like the Tomoe Nage, Sumi Gaeshi, Osoto Gari, Kouchi Gari, and more for maximum results with Professor Danaher’s methods.
  • Get your opponents down in the most technical, strategic ways for submission grappling and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu with John’s BJJ-specific “Feet To Floor” system.
  • Study some of judo’s strongest throws and see how you can start adding them to your arsenal with this 8-volume mega series!
  • Combine your skills and start setting up grips, kuzushi, and then launch into one of these battle-tested and proven throws and foot sweeps.
  • Professor John Danaher is considered by many to be the greatest grappling coach in the world, with elite championship students like Gordon Ryan, Georges St. Pierre, and Garry Tonon.
  • Know more. Win more.

Master The Most Effective Throws and Trips like:
Tomoe Nage, Sumi Gaeshi, Osoto Gari, Kouchi Gari, For Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu With The World’s Most Sought After Coach, Professor John Danaher

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What Will You Learn?

In this newest installment of Professor John Danaher’s blockbuster “Feet To Floor” series, learn how to master all of the most effective and important throws for Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and start attacking your opponents and training partners with real technique and strategy from standing.

In this second installment, start learning all the keys and methods to throwing with techniques like the tomoe nage, kouchi gari, sumi gaeshi, and more. Across these eight volumes, Professor John Danaher shows each one in exact detail, showing you gripping, movement, and mechanics to getting the most leverage into every attack.

In this volume of “Feet To Floor”, these judo moves can finally be understood fully, in a more direct and useful way. Throw opponents to the floor with techniques that already work as sweeps, with tomoe nage, yoko tomoe nage, and sumi gaeshi. Keep opponents moving (and falling) with foot sweeps like the de ashi harai, kouchi gari, and sasae tsuri komi ashi. All these and more are broken into their important details for you to study with John.

Professor Danaher’s goal for the “Feet To Floor” series is to revolutionize the way jiu-jitsu practitioners see the standing position and to fit their styles to the sport. By using classic judo techniques that have high strategic value, you can supercharge your game with John’s whole new outlook on the standing position.

Most BJJ practitioners are weakest in the standing position because they don’t have the knowledge or time to improve these positions, but every fight starts on the feet and you must have some skill there. Now, you can learn from the most sought after coach in the world as he fixes your game with the most thorough coaching possible.

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So, What Exactly Do You Get?

Part 1:


  • Introduction to Feet to Floor Volume 2
  • A Simplified Theory Of Gripping
  • Small Ashi Waza 
  • Kouchi Gari 
  • The Mechanics Of Kouchi Gari 
  • Sole Of The Foot 
  • The Ideal Arm Action For Kouchi 
  • Split The Legs And Pull 
  • Sweeping A Foot vs Blocking A Foot 
  • Committing Body Weight 
  • Back Step And Side Step For Kouchi Gari 
  • Creating The Best Opportunities For Kouchi Gari
  • Kouchi Gari Ai-Yotsu Situation
  • Kouchi Gari Kenka-Yotsu Situation 
  • Alternative Grips For Kouchi Gari 
  • Hand Assist Kouchi Gari 
  • The Immense Tactical Value Of Kouchi Gari
  • Kosoto Gari 
  • Mechanics 
  • Weighting And Unweighting The Foot
  • The Hook And Hop Method 
  • Plant And Sweep Method 
  • Sticky Foot Method 
  • Hand Assist Method 
  • The Immense Tactical Value Of Kosoto Gari 

Part 2:


  • Sasae Tsuri Komi Ashi 
  • The Concept Of Sasae 
  • Mechanics Of Sasae 
  • Rotation With Arms 
  • Hips Forward/Head Back 
  • Center Step, Side Step, Cross Step 
  • Two Directions Of Throwing 
  • An Easy Way To Increase Your Throwing Power 
  • Look Where You Want Them To Land 
  • Hopping To Finish Sasae 
  • Sasae Tactics 
  • Grips For Sasae
  • Arms Length Gripping 
  • One Handed Gripping 
  • Half Trap Grip 
  • Waist Gripping 
  • The Great Value Of The Cross Step 
  • De Ashi Harai
  • The Basic Concept 
  • Mechanics Of De Ashi Harai 
  • Applications Of De Ashi Harai 
  • Off The Grip 
  • The Pulling Man 
  • The Lateral Burst 
  • The Circular Pull 
  • Cross Cuff And Scapula 

Part 3:

  • Big Ashi Waza 
  • Ai-Yotsu Ouchi Gari 
  • Kenka-Yotsu Ouchi Gari 
  • Hand Assist Ouchi Gari 
  • Cross Ankle Pick 
  • Knee Pick Ouchi 
  • Double Ouchi 
  • Cross Cuff Ouchi 
  • Osoto Gari 
  • Classic Osoto Gari 
  • Weakening Our Opponent’s Defenses
  • Hook And Hop 
  • Backstep Entry And Side Step Entry 
  • Head Position
  • Knee Drop Osoto Gari 
  • Grips 
  • Sleeve Lapel 
  • Cross Grip And Sleeve 
  • Scapula And Sleeve 
  • Ippon Seoi Grip 
  • Kenka-Yotsu Osoto Gari 
  • Osoto TvS Position 

Part 4:

  • Sutemi Waza 
  • Tomoe Nage 
  • Why Tomoe Nage Is The Ideal Takedown For Jiu Jitsu 
  • The Central Problem Of Tomoe Nage 
  • Tomoe Nage Comes In Two Forms 
  • The Mechanics Of Side (Yoko) Tomoe Nage
  • Placement Of The Foot Of The Throwing Leg 
  • Creating The Hollow Body 
  • A Specialized Head Position For Yoko Tomoe Nage
  • Footwork For Tomoe Nage 
  • The Falling Step 
  • The Burst Step
  • The Cross Step 
  • The Single Most Important Grip For Yoko Tomoe Nage 
  • The Special Case Of Kenka-Yotsu Side Tomoe Nage

Part 5:

  • 5 Alternate Grips For Yoko Tomoe Nage 
  • Overwrap Grip
  • Side Step Tomoe Nage 
  • Double Tricep Grip 
  • An Excellent Alternative Kenka-Yotsu Grip: Tricep And Cuff 
  • Cross Body Finishes For Tomoe Nage 
  • Turning Failure With Tomoe Nage Into Success
  • Two Stage Tomoe Nage

Part 6:

  • 6 Front Tomoe Nage 
  • Understanding The Mechanics Of Front Tomoe Nage
  • The Sumi Gaeshi Hybrid 
  • Opening Elbows And Closing Elbows
  • The Backwards Shuffle
  • Tomoe Nage: Landing On Top For Jiu Jitsu

Part 7:

  • 7 Sumi Gaeshi 
  • Why Sumi Gaeshi Is The Best Throw For Jiu Jitsu 
  • The 3 Major Forms Of Sumi Gaeshi
  • Side (Yoko) Sumi Gaeshi 
  • Front Sumi Gaeshi 
  • Landing On Top With Front Sumi Gaeshi 
  • Butterfly Sumi Gaeshi
  • The Mechanics Of Sumi Gaeshi
  • Directionality For Perfect Throws 
  • Penetration 
  • Connection To The Floor With a Drive Leg 
  • Positioning Of Elevator Hook And Knee 
  • The Right Right Right Rule 
  • Sumi Gaeshi Is A Rotational Throw

Part 8:

  • 8 The Most Important Variations Of Sumi Gaeshi 
  • Arm Trap Sumi Gaeshi
  • The Half Trap 
  • Over Back Sumi Gaeshi 
  • Tricep And Cuff Sumi Gaeshi 
  • The Single Biggest Problem With Sumi Gaeshi: Predictability
  • The Special Relationship Between Uchi Mata And Sumi Gaeshi 
  • Uki Waza 
  • Why Uki Waza Is An Excellent Throw For Jiu Jitsu
  • Cross Cuff And Scapula Grip/Reverse Scapula Grip Uki Waza
  • Arm Trap Uki Waza 
  • Half Trap Uki Waza 
  • Overhook And Pant Grip Uki Waza 
  • Tricep And Cuff Grip Uki Waza
  • Overwrap Uki Waza 
  • Hybrid Uki Waza 

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