Your cart
Total: $0.00

Sale Best Seller

Go Further Faster Bundle by John Danaher

Go Further, Faster With Professor John Danaher, As The Most Sought After Grappling Coach In The World Teaches You The Fundamentals of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu In This 8-Series Mega Bundle

  • This 8-volume bundle includes all 8 volumes of Professor John Danaher’s Groundbreaking Go Further Faster series, focused on the fundamentals of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
  • Learn how to keep your guard and escape from bad positions with more technique than ever!
  • Study all the most successful ways to attack and think about half guard, closed guard, and open guard
  • Master the fundamentals of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu with its most popular coach, as the great John Danaher shows you everything you need to Go Further, Faster

Course Content

Expand All Sections

Volume 01

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Leg Drag Retention 0 - 7:13
Leg Drag Retention 2 7:13 - 9:52
Leg Drag Retention 3 9:52 - 13:41
Leg Drag Retention 4 13:41 - 15:38
Leg Drag Retention 5 15:38 - 20:28
Long Step Guard Pass Retention 20:28 - 32:15
The Cranial Shift 32:15 - 41:21
Back Exposure Benign and Destructive 41:21 - 50:51
Head Protection 50:51 - 55:55

Volume 02

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Toreando Guard Pass Retention 0 - 8:21
Toreando Guard Pass Retention 2 8:21 - 12:17
Toreando Guard Pass Retention 3 12:17 - 17:14
Toreando Guard Pass Retention 4 17:14 - 19:49
Toreando Guard Pass Retention 5 19:49 - 24:47
Toreando Guard Pass Retention 6 24:47 - 26:53
Knee Slice Guard Pass Retention 26:53 - 35:14
Knee Slice Guard Pass Retention 2 35:14 - 39:32

Volume 03

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
The Specific Theory of Guard Retention 0 - 4:20
Double Under Pass 4:20 - 13:57
Double Under Pass Part 2 13:57 - 18:10
Double Under Pass Part 3 18:10 - 22:23
Double Under Pass Part 4 22:23 - 25:23
Putting It All Together 25:23 - 28:17
Over Under Guard Pass Retention 28:17 - 38:47
Over Under Guard Pass Retention 2 38:47 - 43:28
Over Under Guard Pass Retention 3 43:28 - 50:13
Over Under Guard Pass Retention 4 50:13:00

Volume 04

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Connection 0 - 6:26
5 Things Opponent Needs to Pass Your Guard 6:26 - 20:49
Single Most Important Tool of Guard Retention - Scissor Guard 20:49 - 30:59
2nd Most Important Tool of Guard Retention - Hip Heist 30:59 - 36:02
3rd Most Important Tool of Guard Retention - Back Heist 36:02 - 38:55
4th Most Important Tool of Guard Retention - Power Prop 38:55 - 49:14
The Theory of Cycles of Offense & Defense 49:14 - 1:01:09
the Theory of Cycles of Offense & Defense 2 1:01:09 - 1:05:21
The Crticial Importance of Head Control in Guard Retention 1:05:21 - 1:17:15

Volume 05

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
2nd Skill of Guard Retention - Framing - Nature and Purpose Of Framing 0 - 6:40
Frames & Distance - Forehand Frame 6:40 - 10:22
Forearm Frame 10:22 - 14:35
Back Hand Frames 14:35 - 20:58
Self Framing 20:58 - 24:07
3rd Skill of Guard Retention - Breakign and Negating Grips - Breaking vs Negating 24:07 - 32:45
Ultimate Theory of Guard Retention - Demarcation Lines 32:45 - 48:38

Volume 06

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
The First Skill of Guard Retention - Movement-Seated Position - Scooting 0 - 4:04
Rolling Inversion 4:04 - 8:52
Hip Heisting 8:52 - 15:46
Supine Position - Shrimping 15:46 - 21:55
Pummelling 21:55 - 26:24
Pendulum 26:24 - 29:36
Scissoring 29:36 - 34:59
Spinning Inversion 34:59 - 38:06
Rollbacks 38:06 - 40:59
back Heist 40:59 - 45:41
Turtle Position - Shoulder Roll 45:41 - 53:33
Sitting 53:33 - 58:22

Volume 07

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
The Big Picture - General Theory of Guard Retention 0 - 7:37
2 Most Basic Requirements of Guard Retention 7:37 - 11:23
The Importance of Guard Retention 11:23 - 20:13
The Unforgivable Sin of Guard Retention 20:13 - 26:01
The 3 Postures of Guard Retention 26;01 - 29:46

Volume 08

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Introduction To Guard Retention 0 - 24:00
Guard Retention Overview 24:00 - 1:16:06

Volume 09

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Introduction To Guard Retention 0 - 24:00
Guard Retention Overview 24:00 - 1:16:06

Volume 10

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
The Big Picture - General Theory of Guard Retention 0 - 7:37
2 Most Basic Requirements of Guard Retention 7:37 - 11:23
The Importance of Guard Retention 11:23 - 20:13
The Unforgivable Sin of Guard Retention 20:13 - 26:01
The 3 Postures of Guard Retention 26;01 - 29:46

Volume 11

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
The First Skill of Guard Retention - Movement-Seated Position - Scooting 0 - 4:04
Rolling Inversion 4:04 - 8:52
Hip Heisting 8:52 - 15:46
Supine Position - Shrimping 15:46 - 21:55
Pummelling 21:55 - 26:24
Pendulum 26:24 - 29:36
Scissoring 29:36 - 34:59
Spinning Inversion 34:59 - 38:06
Rollbacks 38:06 - 40:59
back Heist 40:59 - 45:41
Turtle Position - Shoulder Roll 45:41 - 53:33
Sitting 53:33 - 58:22

Volume 12

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
2nd Skill of Guard Retention - Framing - Nature and Purpose Of Framing 0 - 6:40
Frames & Distance - Forehand Frame 6:40 - 10:22
Forearm Frame 10:22 - 14:35
Back Hand Frames 14:35 - 20:58
Self Framing 20:58 - 24:07
3rd Skill of Guard Retention - Breakign and Negating Grips - Breaking vs Negating 24:07 - 32:45
Ultimate Theory of Guard Retention - Demarcation Lines 32:45 - 48:38

Volume 13

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Connection 0 - 6:26
5 Things Opponent Needs to Pass Your Guard 6:26 - 20:49
Single Most Important Tool of Guard Retention - Scissor Guard 20:49 - 30:59
2nd Most Important Tool of Guard Retention - Hip Heist 30:59 - 36:02
3rd Most Important Tool of Guard Retention - Back Heist 36:02 - 38:55
4th Most Important Tool of Guard Retention - Power Prop 38:55 - 49:14
The Theory of Cycles of Offense & Defense 49:14 - 1:01:09
the Theory of Cycles of Offense & Defense 2 1:01:09 - 1:05:21
The Crticial Importance of Head Control in Guard Retention 1:05:21 - 1:17:15

Volume 14

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
The Specific Theory of Guard Retention 0 - 4:20
Double Under Pass 4:20 - 13:57
Double Under Pass Part 2 13:57 - 18:10
Double Under Pass Part 3 18:10 - 22:23
Double Under Pass Part 4 22:23 - 25:23
Putting It All Together 25:23 - 28:17
Over Under Guard Pass Retention 28:17 - 38:47
Over Under Guard Pass Retention 2 38:47 - 43:28
Over Under Guard Pass Retention 3 43:28 - 50:13
Over Under Guard Pass Retention 4 50:13:00

Volume 15

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Toreando Guard Pass Retention 0 - 8:21
Toreando Guard Pass Retention 2 8:21 - 12:17
Toreando Guard Pass Retention 3 12:17 - 17:14
Toreando Guard Pass Retention 4 17:14 - 19:49
Toreando Guard Pass Retention 5 19:49 - 24:47
Toreando Guard Pass Retention 6 24:47 - 26:53
Knee Slice Guard Pass Retention 26:53 - 35:14
Knee Slice Guard Pass Retention 2 35:14 - 39:32

Volume 16

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Leg Drag Retention 0 - 7:13
Leg Drag Retention 2 7:13 - 9:52
Leg Drag Retention 3 9:52 - 13:41
Leg Drag Retention 4 13:41 - 15:38
Leg Drag Retention 5 15:38 - 20:28
Long Step Guard Pass Retention 20:28 - 32:15
The Cranial Shift 32:15 - 41:21
Back Exposure Benign and Destructive 41:21 - 50:51
Head Protection 50:51 - 55:55

Volume 17

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
overview 0 - 7:52
general introduction to half guard bottom 7:52 - 1:03:47

Volume 18

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
The Paradox of Half Guard 0 - 6:01
Half Guard Bottom - The Alignment Issue 6:01 - 10:40
Kuzushi From Half Guard Bottom 10:40 - 21:11
Half Elbow Escape Series 21:11 - 36:42
Grip Dominance in Half Guard 36:42 - 47:14

Volume 19

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Single Elbow escape series 0 - 11:43
Single Elbow Escape Part 2 - Shoulder Crunch Sumi Gaeshi 11:43 - 18:10
Single Elbow Escape Part 3 - Scoop Half Butterfly 18:10 - 23:14
Scoop Half Butterfly Series 23:14 - 30:17
Scoop Half Butterfly Series Part 2 Rotating Round Leg 30:17 - 38:12
Scoop Half Butterfly Series Part 3 Details of Scoop Grip 38:12 - 42;40
The Double Elbow Escape Series 42:40 - 54:13
Reverse Crossface - Reverse Elbow Escape 54:13 - 1:01:56
Elbow Escape vs Reverse Underhook 1:01:56 - 1:07:39
Summarzing Half Guard From Inferior Grips 1:07:39 - 1:13:07

Volume 20

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Getting to Underhooks 0 - 7:15
Winning From UnderhookS - The Tight Waist Series 7:15 - 15:07
Fundamental Reason Why the Tight Waist Series is Most effective half guar position - The Trilemma 15:07 - 21:57
Roll Through Sweeps 21:57 - 30:32
Roll Through Sweeps 2 30:32 - 33:33
Roll Through Sweeps 3 33:33 - 39:53
The Movements Behind The Moves 39:53 - 47:26
The Lower Leg Shift 47:26 - 58:09

Volume 21

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
The 90 Degree Rule 0 - 4:07
The Knee Lift 4:07 - 8:48
The Hip Shift 8:48 - 13:39
The Law of The Elbow 13:39 - 20:54
Directionality of Force For Roll Through Sweeps 20:54 - 28:04
The Single Most Important Section On This Video 28:04 - 41:30
Taking Your Opponents Back: Duck Under 41:30 - 46:25
Taking The Back From Tight Waist 46:25 - 54:45
The Limp Arm 54:45 - 1:00:38

Volume 22

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Tight Waist vs Whizzer Situation 0 - 7:44
Tight Waist vs Whizzer Situation 2 7:44 - 10:42
Tight Waist vs Whizzer Situation 3 10:42 - 14:42
Tight Waist vs Whizzer Situation 4 14:42 - 17:44
Tight Waist vs Whizzer Situation 5 - Going From Half Guard to Tight Waist 17:44 - 24:21
Foot Fighting From Half Guard 24:21 - 32:38
Practical Applications of Foot Fighting 32:38 - 35:36
Takedowns From Tight Waist: The outside Hook - Circular Finish 35:36 - 43:35
Linear Finish Double Leg 43:35 - 48:51
Linear Finish Double Leg Part 2 48:51 - 54:16
Reverse Double Leg 54:16 - 1:01:22
Stepping Around a Whizzer to a Far Hook 1:01:22 - 1:07:48
Summary of Tight Waist Series 1:07:48 - 1;14:40

Volume 23

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Lapel Single Legs From Half Guard 0 - 6:27
Lapel Single Legs From Half Guard 2 6:27 - 17:20
Lapel Single Legs From Half Guard 3 17:20 - 21:53
General Consideration on Posture for Half Guard Sweeps 21:53 - 31:28
General Consideration on Posture for Half Guard Sweeps 2 31:28 - 40:00
Summary of the Lapel Single Leg Series 40:00 - 44:57

Volume 24

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Knee Lever Series 0 - 12:21
Knee Lever Series 2 12:21 - 18:10
The Back Roll Sweep 18:10 - 38:14
Problem of Reverse Half Guards 38:14 - 53:56
Problem of Reverse Half Guards 2 53:56 - 1:04:58

Volume 25

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Closed Guard Overview 0 - 10:57
What Is The Central Message Of This Video? 10:57 - 20:02
The First Three Abilities We Need To Be Effective From Closed Guard 20:02 - 32:54
The Deepest Message Of This Video – The Six Vulnerabilities Inside A Closed Guard 32:54 - 36:27
The Six Vulnerabilities - Part 1 36:27 - 39:40
The Six Vulnerabilities - Part 2 39:40 - 42:24
The Six Vulnerabilities - Part 3 42:24 - 46:08
The Six Vulnerabilities - Part 4 46:08 - 52:02
The Six Vulnerabilities - Part 5 52:02 - 59:44
The Six Vulnerabilities - Part 6 59:44 - 1:06:10

Volume 26

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Understanding A closed Guard 0 - 7:36
General Overview Of The Closed Guard 7:36 - 26:37
A Key Insight With Closed Guard: Who Is Really On Top? 26:37 - 31:16
Holding And Controlling A Closed Guard 31:16 - 54:08
The Second Key To Postural Control: The Cross Collar Grip 54:08 - 1:02:24
Establishing Angle From Closed Guard 1:02:24 - 1:11:58
The Theory Of A Strong First Move 1:11:58 - 1:18:25

Volume 27

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
The Side Scissor: Elbow Across The Centerline - Converting a Closed Guard to a Side Scissor 0 - 26:02
The Subtle Push Pull Dynamic of the Side Scissor Position 26:02 - 30:26
Locking Down The Side Scissor 30:26 - 35:10
Unlocking The Great Secret of the Side Scissor Position 35:10 - 41:54
The Wrist Sweep From Side Scissor 41:54 - 51:06
The Elbow Sweep From Side Scissor 51:06 - 56:17
Rolling Armbar (Juji Gatame) 56:17 - 1:02:59
Side Scissor into Rear Triangle (Ushiro Sankaku) 1:02:59 - 1:08:41
Side Scissor Position Working with Lower Head Position: Flower Sweep 1:08:41 - 1:14:13
Pendulum Sweep 1:14:13 - 1:22:04
Knee Lever sweep 1:22:04 - 1:27:00
Hook Sweep (Sumi Gaeshi) 1:27:00 - 1:31:06
Hook Sweep (Sumi Gaeshi) Part 2 1:31:06 - 1:35:39
Troubleshooting The Transition From Closed Guard To Side Scissor: Shoulder Posting 1:35:39 - 1:44:22
Troubleshooting The Transition From Closed Guard To Side Scissor: Shoulder Posting 2 1:44:22 - 1:47:20
Troubleshooting The Transition From Closed Guard To Side Scissor: Shoulder Posting 3- Overcoming Biggest Problem with Side Scissor: Hip Sweep 1:47:20 - 1:53:51
Overview of the Side Scissor Series 1:53:51 - 2:04:19

Volume 28

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
The Top Lock/Armbar - The Top Lock 0 - 8:52
The Number One Grip 8:52 - 20:27
Attacking With the Arm Lock (Juji Gatame) From Top Lock Position 20:27 - 30:40
The 45 Inside Position 30:40 - 44:01
Arm Bar (Juji Gatame) From Closed Guard 44:01 - 54:33

Volume 29

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Knees/Hip On Floor - Flower Sweep 0 - 11;06
The Hip Sweep 11:06 - 23:21
Hip Sweep Setup - Misdirection 23:21 - 28:01
Hip Sweep Setup - Cross Elbow Post 28:01 - 31:04
Hip Sweep Setup - Grip Break Method 31:04 = 34:37
The Golden Rule of The Hip Sweep 34:37 - 39:56
Breaking Your Opponent’s Posture - Flower Sweep to Hip Sweep 39:56 - 46:23
Breaking Your Opponent’s Posture - Collar Tie Method 46:23 - 49:48
Breaking Your Opponent’s Posture - Scoop Sweep to Hip Sweep 49:48 - 55:45
Breaking Your Opponent’s Posture When Your Opponent Posts One Leg: Scoop Sweep to Hip Sweep 55:45 - 59:21
Cross Cuff Hip Sweep 59:21 - 1:08:18
The Hip Sweep: Putting It All Together 1:08:18 - 1:12:04

Volume 30

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Scissor Sweep 0 - 14:41
Scissor Sweep Double Sleeve Grips 14:41 - 19:56
2 On 1 Grip Scissor Sweep 19:56 - 23:00
Scissor Sweep On a Posted Leg 23:00 - 26:37
The Pendulum Sweep 26:37 - 43:31
Pendulum Sweep With Cuff Grip 43:31 - 48:31
The Pendulum Sweep as a Learning Device 48:31 - 52:17
The Strongest Pendulum Sweep: Trapping The Arm 52:17 - 59:09
The Versatility of The Arm Trap 59:09 - 1:02:27
The Versatility of The Arm Trap Part 2 1:02:27 - 1:06:03
The Versatility of The Arm Trap Part 3 1:06:03 - 1:10:57

Volume 31

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
The Clamp/Hand On Floor - Transition From Closed Guard to The Clamp 0 - 6:56
Attacking From The Clamp 6:56 - 30:13
Trap Triangle/Inside Wrist - Inside Wrist Grip 30:13 - 51:05
Overhead Sweep 51:05 - 1:00:07

Volume 32

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Attacking A Standing Opponent - applying The Principle of Opportunity: The Scooping Sweep 0 - 12:40
applying The Principle of Opportunity: The Handstand Sweep 12:40 - 18:27
applying The Principle of Opportunity: The Leg Trap Sweep 18:27 - 22:23
Omoplata Sweeps on a Standing Opponent 22:23 - 39:49
The Double Ankle Sweep 39:49 - 50:25

Volume 33

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Introduction to open guard 0 - 3:32
Theory - What is the value of the open guard position? 3:32 - 10:08
a contradiction in Jiu-Jitsu and the fundamental problem of guard position 10;08 - 14:18
Finding advantage within a neutral position 14:18 - 19:42
the four main scenarios you will need to deal with when working from open guard position 19:42 - 28:50
how to grip the Gi for maximum results 28:50 - 44:11
The single biggest determinant of success from open guard: Kuzushi 44:11 - 52:38
The single biggest determinant of success from open guard: Kuzushi Part 2 52:38 - 1:02:54
Overcoming the complexity problem: The 6 principles of sweeps from open guard - Feet off the floor principle 1:02:54 - 1:06:53
Double direction 1:06:53 - 1:10:31
Arm trap 1:10:31 - 1:14:46
Action reaction 1;14:46 - 1:21:20
Wrestling reversal 1;21:20 - 1:27:49
Double trouble 1:27:49 - 1:34:29

Volume 34

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Overcoming the offense/defense problem: balancing guard retention with guard offense 0 - 35:09
Two crucial skill sets for open guard development - the double seated position 35:09 - 47:37
Two crucial skill sets for open guard development - first contact and entry into open guard 47:37 - 1:02:16

Volume 35

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Practical Applications - Attacking an opponent on two knees - Special Study: The hook sweep/sumi gaeshi - hook sweep/sumi gaeshi 0 - 10:06
directionality of force 10:06 - 17:52
principle of ken ken 17:52 - 27:17
changing direction sumi gaeshi 27:17 - 31:00
hook sweep/sumi gaeshi practical application 31:00 - 41:18
the role of your two legs in hook sweeps 41:18 - 46:58
hook sweep/sumi gaeshi angles of attack 46:58 - 57:06
look where you want them to land 57:06 - 1:00:57
multiple grips for hook sweep/sumi gaeshi 1:00:57 - 1:23:50
hook sweep/sumi gaeshi grip and go 1:23:50 - 1:28:22
dealing with a posted hand 1:28:22 - 1:35:36
double direction sasae 1:35:36 - 1:42:38

Volume 36

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
sumi gaeshi and chest contact 0 - 10:05
hook sweep from a supine position 10:05 - 14:33
hook sweep from a supine position part 2 14:33 - 18:19
leg frames from butterfly guard 18:19 - 27:47
Arm trap sumi gaeshi/ hook sweep series 27:47 - 38:41
Hook sweep sumi gaeshi with arm trap 38:41 - 45:06
Hook sweep sumi gaeshi combined with sasae 45:06 - 52:20
Supine arm traps 52:20 - 57:03
Yoko sumi gaeshi 57:03 - 1:01:37
Side to side arm trap sumi gaeshi 1:01:37 - 1:06:29
Arm drag/arm trap hook sweep 1:06:29 - 1:12;27
sumi gaeshi on a standing opponent 1:12:27 - 1:19:03
spider sumi gaeshi 1:19:03 - 1:23:37
hiza guruma 1:23:37 - 1:33:53
hiza guruma from underhooks 1:33:53 - 1:39:00
spider guard on a kneeling opponent 1:39:00 - 1:49:23

Volume 37

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Attacking an opponent on one knee - an opponent on one knee/knee drop position 0 - 7:32
hiza guruma when opponent is on one knee 7:32 - 9:58
ankle pick (kibisu gaeshi) 9:58 - 14:55
shoe lace to shoe lace 14:55 - 19:23
kneeling opponent transition to ashi garami 19:23 - 25:33
Attacking a standing opponent - Special Study: Tomoe Nage - getting feet off the mat with tomoe nage 25:33 - 26:26
tomoe nage sweep De la riva variation 26:26 - 38:46
tomoe nage sweep De la riva variation (Part 2) 38:46 - 44:17
tomoe nage sweep De la riva variation (part 3) 44:17 - 50:43
sumi Tomoe Nage 50:43 - 56:36
sumi tomoe nage Part 2 56:36 - 1:02:09
Lapel and spider Tomoe Nage 1:02:09 - 1:09:34
Double Footed Tomoe Nage 1:09:34 - 1:16:12
Lasso Tomoe Nage 1:16:12 - 1:20:36
yoko Tomoe nage as a sweep 1:20:36 - 1:26:40

Volume 38

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Special Study: the cross collar cuff and bicep guard - the single greatest open guard of them all: cross collar cuff and bicep 0 - 10:10
Attacking from cross collar cuff and bicep - Triangle 10:10 - 13:41
Armbar Juji Gatame 13:41 - 22:44
Omoplata 22:44 - 28:04
Tripod Sweep 28:04 - 34:02
Ankle Pick/ Kibisu Gaeshi 34;02 - 40:36
Uke Waza/ Lapel Drag 40:36 - 45:28
Tomoe Nage 45:28 - 51:18
Special Study: Inside Control vs Outside Control - De La Riva Guard 51:18 - 1:02:22
De La Riva Guard Part 2 1:02:22 - 1:05:13
De La Riva Guard Part 3 1:05:13 - 1:08:13
De La Riva Guard Part 4 1:08;13 - 1:13:10
transition from outside control to inside control: Ashi Garami 1:13:10 - 1:19:39
transition from outside control to inside control: Ashi Garami Part 2 1:19:39 - 1:22:21
transition from outside control to inside control: Ashi Garami Part 3 1:22:21 - 1:26:25
transition from outside control to inside control: Ashi Garami Part 4 1:26:25 - 1:32:50

Volume 39

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Ashi Garami 0 - 11:50
Ashi Garami standard sweep 11:50 - 17:31
Double Leg Ashi Garami 17:31 - 23:41
Relationship between Ashi Garami & X-Guard 23:41 - 29:36
X Guard scoop Sweep 29:36 - 35:07
X Guard scoop Sweep Part 2 35:07 - 37:58
X Guard Near Cuff Sweep 37:58 - 42:08
X Guard Far Cuff Sweep 42:08 - 44:57
Double Leg X Guard Sweep 44:57 - 49:06
X Guard Tomoe Nage 49:06 - 54:52
X Guard Back to ashi garami 54:52 - 58:58

Volume 40

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Special Study: double kouchi gari - Double Kouchi Gari part 1 0 - 11:09
Double Kouchi Gari part 2 11:09 - 13:53
Double Kouchi Gari part 3 13:53 - 16:39
Double Kouchi Gari part 4 16:39 - 19:28
Double Kouchi Gari part 5 19:28 - 22:07
Double Kouchi Gari part 6 22:07 - 27:54
Attacking an opponent in split squat (headquarters) - negating the split squat (Headquarters position) 27:54 - 40:51
negating the split squat (Headquarters position) Part 2 40:51 - 49:37
negating the split squat (Headquarters position) Part 3 49:37 - 55:27
negating the split squat (Headquarters position) Part 4 55:27 - 59:53
Putting it all together 59:53 - 1:09:16

Volume 41

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Introduction to Passing the Guard 0 - 3:40
Philosophy of Opening a Closed Guard 3:40 - 12:11
Top Position: Opening a closed Guard 12:11 - 30:31
Opening Closed Guard 2 30:31 - 37:41
opening closed guard 3 37:41 - 44:26
Opening Closed guard 4 44:26 - 53:02
opening closed guard 5 53:02 - 56:05
opening closed guard 6 56:05 - 1:00:39
opening closed guard 7 1:00:39 - 1:05:40
opening closed guard 8 1:05:40 - 1:07:20
opening closed guard 9 1:07:20 - 1:11:48
opening closed guard 10 1:11:48 - 1:19:03
opening closed guard 11 1:19:03 - 1:29:41

Volume 42

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Overview of Standard Method Of Opening Closed Guard 0 - 8:29
Opening Closed guard: Knee Post Method 8:29 - 16:12
Knee Post Method 2 16:12 - 21:40
Knee Post Method 3 21:40 - 23:53
knee post method 4 23;53 - 27:33
knee post method 5 27:33 - 29:30
knee post method 6 29:30 - 34:07
Opening Closed Guard / Lifting Method 34:07 - 41:16
Overview of 3 methods 41:16 - 47:10
Problem of Procrastination 47:10 - 52:50
the Most Important Message Of This Video: The 5 Steps Of Guard Passing - Step 1 52:50 - 1:00:13
Step 2 1:00:13 - 1:06:25
Step 3 1:06:25 - 1:10:52
Step 4 1:10:52 - 1:17:44
Step 5 1:17:44 - 1:27:10
Negate Advantage Completion Guard Passing Model - NAC Open Guard Passing Method 1:27:10 - 1:31:35
Split Squat as Ultimate Staging Platform 1:31:35 - 1:36:29
Single Biggest Insight into Guard Passing: Side to Side Pressure 1:36:29 - 1:43:50
Mechanical and Tactical Advantage 1:43:50 - 1:53:22

Volume 43

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
First Requirement Of A Guard Passing Program: Technical Proficiency With The Most High Percentage Methods 0 - 1:34
Double Under Pass 1:34 - 26:12
Over Under Pass 26:12 - 46:17
Knee Cut Pass 46:17 - 1:26:06

Volume 44

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Toreando Pass 0 - 1:05:33

Volume 45

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Leg Drag 0 - 35;06
Long Step Guard Pass 35:06 - 1:09:15
The Smash Pass 1:09:15 - 1:18:14

Volume 46

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Second Requirement Of A Guard Passing Program: The Ability To Break Connections And Shut Down a Dangerous Guard 0 - 7:26
Cross Collar Cuff And Bicep Guard 7:26 - 28:36
De La Riva Guard 28:36 - 42:37
Reverse De la Riva 42:37 - 47:13
Lasso Guard 47:13 - 52:56
Spider And Lasso Guard 52:56 - 1:00:18
Double Spider Guard 1:00:18 - 1:07:27
Emergency Measures 1:07:27 - 1:14:13
Ashi Garami 1:14:13 - 1:21:37
The 3rd Requirement Of A Guard Passing Program: The Ability To Maintain Top Position 1:21:37 - 1:23:40
The Ancient Law Of Push When Pulled And Pull When Pushed 1:23:40 - 1:31:26
Recovering From A Fall 1:31:26 - 1:44:38

Volume 47

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
The Fourth Requirement of a Guard Passing Program: Using Staging Positions To Pass A Dangerous Guard - the four best staging positions - 1) The Split Squat Position (Headquarters) 0 - 12:47
Second Great Virtue of the Split Squat Position: hip Control and Head Control 12:47 - 16:30
Negating Both Feet From Split Squat 16:30 - 21:45
2) The Knee Drop 21:45 - 26:13
3) Double Knee Position 26:13 - 29:56
4) Outside Advantage Position 29:56 - 39:07
Putting Skills & Theory Into Combative Context 39:07 - 51:47
Flattening an Opponent 51:47 - 1:00:45
Negating An Opponent’s Guard 1:00:45 - 1:07:46
The Fifth Requirement of a guard passing program: finding advantage within a neutral position - creating advantage while passing 1:07:46 - 1:26:01

Volume 48

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Guard Passing From The Shoulder Line 0 - 8:35
sixth requirement of a guard passing program: breaking through defensive frames and getting to your pin - Beating Frames - Distance 8:35 - 13:48
Angle Change 13:48 - 16:04
Direction 16:04 - 20:39
Directly Attacking The Frames 20:39 - 24:11
Side To Side Pressure 24:11 - 29:35
Beating Inversion 29:35 - 33:40
Turning In To Turtle 33:40 - 38:24
Turning Out To Turtle 38:24 - 42:33
Propping 42:33 - 46:20

Volume 49

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Half Guard Passing Introduction 0
Overview of Half Guard Passing: The 4.6.3 System 04:49
1st Skill: Forcing Half Guard 26:54
Pinning the Knee to the Mat 33:29
Inside Knee Position 37:58
Using Standard Guard Passes to Attain Half Guard 43:05
Double Knee Position 48:53
Clearing the Knee Shield 59:12
Clearing a Scorpion (Lockdown) 01:18:39
Clearing a Deep Half Guard 01:30:35
Negating Your Opponents Attacks 01:41:02
The Fundamental Gripping Stance 01:45:16
The Fundamental Starting Position (FSP) 01:54:33

Volume 50

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
The Skill of Crossfacing & Underhooking 0
Shoelace Method 22:10
The Ball of Foot Method 29:16
The Hand Post & Elbow Post Method 36:25
Square Tripod Hand Post Method 43:42
The Shaking Method 47:57
Zig Zag Knee Direction 51:35
Pass from 3/4 Side Sit-Out 55:05
Pass from 3/4 Side 01:07:38
Reverse 3/4 Side 01:12:55
3/4 Mount 01:20:11
Moving Between the 4 Dominant Passing Positions 01:40:29
Half Guard Passing Direction & The Law of Perpendicularity 01:46:24

Volume 51

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
The Single Most Important Reason Why I Put So Much Emphasis On Half Guard Passing 0
Different Upper Body Configurations for Half Guard Passing 11:06
A Crucial Skill of Half Guard Passing: Setting a Crossface 18:19
A Crucial Skill of Half Guard Passing: Setting a Crossface 2 25:30
Dealing with an Opponent's Underhook 38:33

Volume 52

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Configuring Your Free Leg 0
Configuring Your Free Leg 2 05:23
Configuring Your Free Leg 3 08:01
Passing Half Guard 1: Half Kata Gatame 12:43
Passing Half Guard 2: Lapel Cross Face 21:04
Passing Half Guard 3: Top Head and Arm 29:06
Passing Half Guard 4: Head Block Half Guard Pass 37:49
Passing Half Guard 5: Double Underhook Half Guard Passing 42:30
Near Side & Far Side Knee Wedges from Chest to Chest 47:36
Getting the Inside Knee To the Floor 52:08
Overview of the Half Guard Passing System 'The 4.6.3 Passing System' 57:07

Volume 53

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Passing Half Butterfly Guard 0
The Golden Rule of Half Butterfly Guard Passing 04:30
Upper Body Gripping 10:11
Lower Body Leg Positioning 1 22:51
Lower Body Leg Positioning 2 43:49
Passing Half Butterfly Guard: Putting It All Together 01:00:19

Volume 54

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Introduction to Dynamic Pinning 0
Definition of a Pin 09:02
Location of Wedges 12:34
Base of Support 17:50
No Pin is Perfect But There is Perfect Pinning 20:38
The Main Directive of Dynamic Pinning 25:22
The 3 Golden Rules of Dynamic Pinning 33:55
Understanding The Scoring Criteria for Pins in Jiu Jitsu 40:47
The Battle for Inside Position 57:23
A Theory of Wedges, Inside Position, & Base 01:05:30
Static Pinning 01:21:01
Pushing 01:31:15
Shrimping 01:40:50
Bridging 01:46:10
Knee Escapes 01:51:34

Volume 55

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
The 1st Skill 0
North South Pin (Variations) 19:30
Mounted Position (Variations) 29:43
Rear Mount (Variations) 47:46
Transioning Between Pins 56:42
Kneeling Step Over 01:14:44
A Sit 01:26:46
Side to Side 01:35:16
Side to Knee on Belly 01:46:23
Knee on Belly to Knee on Belly 01:53:40
Mount to Back (Reactive) 02:00:31
Mount to Back (Proactive) 02:11:16
Mount to Back (Leg Entry) 02:23:09

Volume 56

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Transitioning Betweeb Pins (cont.) 0
Rear Mount to Mount 07:39
Side to Rear Mount 12:10
Side to Rear Mount (Reactive) 20:21
Extracting a foot 28:51
Maintaining the Mounted Position: Practical Applications 38:45
Maintaining the Side Position: Practical Applications 50:43
Retaining the Rear Mount 01:01:04
The Minimum Requirement of Back Control: Diagonal Control 01:13:27
Lower Body Game 01:18:52
The Three Most Important Moves to Maintain Lower Body Control 01:24:45

Volume 57

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
overview 0
introduction to strangles 5:48
the major theme of this video: the 3x3 approach to gi strangles 9:33
Understanding The Gi and Strangles 15:35
Sliding Collar Strangle - Demarcation Line 23:44
Wrist flick 28:02:00
How Much is Too Much? 32:01:00
Hands In Unison 35:36:00
Comparing Gi & No Gi Strangulation 39:23:00
3 Alternatives For Control Hand 46:06:00
Single Greatest Advantage of Lapel Strangles 55:07:00
strenghthening the Strangle Hand - 3 Finger Grip 1:04:36
Role of the Thumb on the Strangle Hand 1:16:44
Short & Long Leg Strangles 1:23:37
the Hidden hand 1:29:32
The Strangle Shift and Cross back position 1:35:10

Volume 58

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Sliding Collar Strangle System Overview 0
Sliding Collar Strangle System Step 1 Establishing Your Position 1:07
Sliding Collar Strangle System Step 2 Establishing The Strangle Hand 5:16
Sliding Collar Strangle System Step 3 Establishing Control Hand 9:05
Sliding Collar Strangle System Step 4: Maximizing Mechanical Power 4 Key Ingredients 11:46
Full Mastery of the sliding collar strangle 20:03
System Modification 34:51:00
System Modification 2 44:06:00
System Modification 3 49:29:00
Strangling Without Hooks - Clock Strangle 54:10:00
Clock Strangle - Foot Work 1:08:04
Clock Strangle - Throwing Weight Onto Your Hands 1:13:15
Clock Strangle - Walking The Circle 1:20:15
Clock Strangle - Unified Hands are Opposing Hands 1:23:55
Clock Strangle - Power of Sprawling Finish 1:27:02
Clock Stranlge - Critical Role of Head Position 1:29:44
Clock Strangle - Nullifying Defense 1:31:54
Clock Strangle - Nullifying Defense 2 1:34:38
Clock Strangle - Alternative Grips 1:36:50

Volume 59

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Cross Collar Strangle - Juji Jime 0
Cross Collar Strangles - Preliminaries 2:25
Cross Collar Strangles - Strangle Hand & Finishing Hand 5:28
Cross Collar Strangles - Setting The Lapels 8:46
Cross Collar Strangles - Setting Strangle Hand 12:44
Cross Collar Strangles - Biting Method 17:40
Cross Collar Strangle - Setting Finishing Hand 21:46
Cross Collar Strangle - Head Position 26:15:00
Cross Collar Strangle - Directionality of Force 32:28:00
Juji Jime - A dilemma based attack 39:56:00
Juji Jime - Bottom Position Kuzushi Based Method 45:55:00
Juji Jime Bottom Position Fighting Through The Hands - High Elbow / Low Elbow 53:58:00
Juji Jime From Mounted Position 1:03:58
Mounted Juji Jime - Setting The Finishing Hand 1:13:51
Troubleshooting Mounted Juji Jime 1:26:47
Troubleshooting Mounted Juji Jime 2 1:33:25
Variations of Juji Jime - Kata Juji Jime 1:41:48

Volume 60

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Kata Juji Jime Open Guard Position 0
Kata Juji Jime Open Guard Position 2 4:38
Kata Juji Jime from Front Side Top Turtle Position 8:34
Using your Legs in Kata Juji Jime 12:23
Spinning Juji Jime 23:17
Spinning Juji Jime 2 32:09:00
Sprawling Juji Jime 45:17:00
Troubleshooting Sprawling Juji Jime 50:16:00
Juji Jime - Cross Collar Strangle From Open Guard 55:52:00
Low Lapel Juji Jime 1:03:10

Volume 61

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
The Ezekiel Strangle: Sode Guruma 0
The Relationship between the back Ezekiel and the sliding collar 3:03
Combat Applications of the Back Ezekiel 17:32
The Front Ezekiel Strangle 24:28:00
The Single Biggest Problem Associated with Front Ezekiel and solution 35:35:00
rear strangle system order of operations 47:47:00
Bonus: Low Lapel Strangle 58:02:00

Volume 62

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Overview of turtle breakdowns 0
Understanding The Problem: The Main Variations Of Turtle Position 3:16
The Fundamental Dilemma Upon Which Our Turtle Breakdowns Are Based 9:59
The 2 Central Problems Of Turtle Breakdowns - First Problem: Escapes and Counters 14:44
Second Problem: The Elbow Knee Connection 22:27
Four Stances From Which To Attack Turtle Position 25:39:00
The Three Main Targets Of Your Turtle Attacks - target #1: The Hips 43:24:00
Target #2: The Head 58:17:00
Target #3: The Wrists 1:05:50
Which Hook Should I Put In First: Near Side Or Far Side? 1:18:23

Volume 63

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
he Single Most Important Lesson Of This Video: Start By Breaking Your Opponent’s Stance - Degrading Your Opponent’s Athletic Potential 0
Breaking Your Opponent Down To A Hip 6:16
The Theory Of The Clock 14:56
The Easiest And Most Practical Way To Use Clock Theory To Your Advantage 22:24
Scoring From The Hip Breakdown 32:22:00
Scoring From The Seated Breakdown 48:04:00
Scoring From The Shoulder Breakdown 53:58:00

Volume 64

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Attacking turtle Position When You Can not Break Your Opponent Down - The Two On One Method 0
Reverse Tight Waist Two On One Method 18:28
Seat Belt Roll Method 23:14
Back Crucifix Method 32:10:00
Kimura Method 43:19:00

Go Further, Faster With Professor John Danaher, As The Most Sought After Grappling Coach In The World Teaches You The Fundamentals of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu In This 8-Series Mega Bundle

  • This 8-volume bundle includes all 8 volumes of Professor John Danaher’s Groundbreaking Go Further Faster series, focused on the fundamentals of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
  • Learn how to keep your guard and escape from bad positions with more technique than ever!
  • Study all the most successful ways to attack and think about half guard, closed guard, and open guard
  • Master the fundamentals of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu with its most popular coach, as the great John Danaher shows you everything you need to Go Further, Faster

Course Content

Expand All Sections

Volume 01

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Leg Drag Retention 0 - 7:13
Leg Drag Retention 2 7:13 - 9:52
Leg Drag Retention 3 9:52 - 13:41
Leg Drag Retention 4 13:41 - 15:38
Leg Drag Retention 5 15:38 - 20:28
Long Step Guard Pass Retention 20:28 - 32:15
The Cranial Shift 32:15 - 41:21
Back Exposure Benign and Destructive 41:21 - 50:51
Head Protection 50:51 - 55:55

Volume 02

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Toreando Guard Pass Retention 0 - 8:21
Toreando Guard Pass Retention 2 8:21 - 12:17
Toreando Guard Pass Retention 3 12:17 - 17:14
Toreando Guard Pass Retention 4 17:14 - 19:49
Toreando Guard Pass Retention 5 19:49 - 24:47
Toreando Guard Pass Retention 6 24:47 - 26:53
Knee Slice Guard Pass Retention 26:53 - 35:14
Knee Slice Guard Pass Retention 2 35:14 - 39:32

Volume 03

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
The Specific Theory of Guard Retention 0 - 4:20
Double Under Pass 4:20 - 13:57
Double Under Pass Part 2 13:57 - 18:10
Double Under Pass Part 3 18:10 - 22:23
Double Under Pass Part 4 22:23 - 25:23
Putting It All Together 25:23 - 28:17
Over Under Guard Pass Retention 28:17 - 38:47
Over Under Guard Pass Retention 2 38:47 - 43:28
Over Under Guard Pass Retention 3 43:28 - 50:13
Over Under Guard Pass Retention 4 50:13:00

Volume 04

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Connection 0 - 6:26
5 Things Opponent Needs to Pass Your Guard 6:26 - 20:49
Single Most Important Tool of Guard Retention - Scissor Guard 20:49 - 30:59
2nd Most Important Tool of Guard Retention - Hip Heist 30:59 - 36:02
3rd Most Important Tool of Guard Retention - Back Heist 36:02 - 38:55
4th Most Important Tool of Guard Retention - Power Prop 38:55 - 49:14
The Theory of Cycles of Offense & Defense 49:14 - 1:01:09
the Theory of Cycles of Offense & Defense 2 1:01:09 - 1:05:21
The Crticial Importance of Head Control in Guard Retention 1:05:21 - 1:17:15

Volume 05

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
2nd Skill of Guard Retention - Framing - Nature and Purpose Of Framing 0 - 6:40
Frames & Distance - Forehand Frame 6:40 - 10:22
Forearm Frame 10:22 - 14:35
Back Hand Frames 14:35 - 20:58
Self Framing 20:58 - 24:07
3rd Skill of Guard Retention - Breakign and Negating Grips - Breaking vs Negating 24:07 - 32:45
Ultimate Theory of Guard Retention - Demarcation Lines 32:45 - 48:38

Volume 06

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
The First Skill of Guard Retention - Movement-Seated Position - Scooting 0 - 4:04
Rolling Inversion 4:04 - 8:52
Hip Heisting 8:52 - 15:46
Supine Position - Shrimping 15:46 - 21:55
Pummelling 21:55 - 26:24
Pendulum 26:24 - 29:36
Scissoring 29:36 - 34:59
Spinning Inversion 34:59 - 38:06
Rollbacks 38:06 - 40:59
back Heist 40:59 - 45:41
Turtle Position - Shoulder Roll 45:41 - 53:33
Sitting 53:33 - 58:22

Volume 07

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
The Big Picture - General Theory of Guard Retention 0 - 7:37
2 Most Basic Requirements of Guard Retention 7:37 - 11:23
The Importance of Guard Retention 11:23 - 20:13
The Unforgivable Sin of Guard Retention 20:13 - 26:01
The 3 Postures of Guard Retention 26;01 - 29:46

Volume 08

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Introduction To Guard Retention 0 - 24:00
Guard Retention Overview 24:00 - 1:16:06

Volume 09

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Introduction To Guard Retention 0 - 24:00
Guard Retention Overview 24:00 - 1:16:06

Volume 10

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
The Big Picture - General Theory of Guard Retention 0 - 7:37
2 Most Basic Requirements of Guard Retention 7:37 - 11:23
The Importance of Guard Retention 11:23 - 20:13
The Unforgivable Sin of Guard Retention 20:13 - 26:01
The 3 Postures of Guard Retention 26;01 - 29:46

Volume 11

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
The First Skill of Guard Retention - Movement-Seated Position - Scooting 0 - 4:04
Rolling Inversion 4:04 - 8:52
Hip Heisting 8:52 - 15:46
Supine Position - Shrimping 15:46 - 21:55
Pummelling 21:55 - 26:24
Pendulum 26:24 - 29:36
Scissoring 29:36 - 34:59
Spinning Inversion 34:59 - 38:06
Rollbacks 38:06 - 40:59
back Heist 40:59 - 45:41
Turtle Position - Shoulder Roll 45:41 - 53:33
Sitting 53:33 - 58:22

Volume 12

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
2nd Skill of Guard Retention - Framing - Nature and Purpose Of Framing 0 - 6:40
Frames & Distance - Forehand Frame 6:40 - 10:22
Forearm Frame 10:22 - 14:35
Back Hand Frames 14:35 - 20:58
Self Framing 20:58 - 24:07
3rd Skill of Guard Retention - Breakign and Negating Grips - Breaking vs Negating 24:07 - 32:45
Ultimate Theory of Guard Retention - Demarcation Lines 32:45 - 48:38

Volume 13

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Connection 0 - 6:26
5 Things Opponent Needs to Pass Your Guard 6:26 - 20:49
Single Most Important Tool of Guard Retention - Scissor Guard 20:49 - 30:59
2nd Most Important Tool of Guard Retention - Hip Heist 30:59 - 36:02
3rd Most Important Tool of Guard Retention - Back Heist 36:02 - 38:55
4th Most Important Tool of Guard Retention - Power Prop 38:55 - 49:14
The Theory of Cycles of Offense & Defense 49:14 - 1:01:09
the Theory of Cycles of Offense & Defense 2 1:01:09 - 1:05:21
The Crticial Importance of Head Control in Guard Retention 1:05:21 - 1:17:15

Volume 14

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
The Specific Theory of Guard Retention 0 - 4:20
Double Under Pass 4:20 - 13:57
Double Under Pass Part 2 13:57 - 18:10
Double Under Pass Part 3 18:10 - 22:23
Double Under Pass Part 4 22:23 - 25:23
Putting It All Together 25:23 - 28:17
Over Under Guard Pass Retention 28:17 - 38:47
Over Under Guard Pass Retention 2 38:47 - 43:28
Over Under Guard Pass Retention 3 43:28 - 50:13
Over Under Guard Pass Retention 4 50:13:00

Volume 15

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Toreando Guard Pass Retention 0 - 8:21
Toreando Guard Pass Retention 2 8:21 - 12:17
Toreando Guard Pass Retention 3 12:17 - 17:14
Toreando Guard Pass Retention 4 17:14 - 19:49
Toreando Guard Pass Retention 5 19:49 - 24:47
Toreando Guard Pass Retention 6 24:47 - 26:53
Knee Slice Guard Pass Retention 26:53 - 35:14
Knee Slice Guard Pass Retention 2 35:14 - 39:32

Volume 16

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Leg Drag Retention 0 - 7:13
Leg Drag Retention 2 7:13 - 9:52
Leg Drag Retention 3 9:52 - 13:41
Leg Drag Retention 4 13:41 - 15:38
Leg Drag Retention 5 15:38 - 20:28
Long Step Guard Pass Retention 20:28 - 32:15
The Cranial Shift 32:15 - 41:21
Back Exposure Benign and Destructive 41:21 - 50:51
Head Protection 50:51 - 55:55

Volume 17

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
overview 0 - 7:52
general introduction to half guard bottom 7:52 - 1:03:47

Volume 18

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
The Paradox of Half Guard 0 - 6:01
Half Guard Bottom - The Alignment Issue 6:01 - 10:40
Kuzushi From Half Guard Bottom 10:40 - 21:11
Half Elbow Escape Series 21:11 - 36:42
Grip Dominance in Half Guard 36:42 - 47:14

Volume 19

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Single Elbow escape series 0 - 11:43
Single Elbow Escape Part 2 - Shoulder Crunch Sumi Gaeshi 11:43 - 18:10
Single Elbow Escape Part 3 - Scoop Half Butterfly 18:10 - 23:14
Scoop Half Butterfly Series 23:14 - 30:17
Scoop Half Butterfly Series Part 2 Rotating Round Leg 30:17 - 38:12
Scoop Half Butterfly Series Part 3 Details of Scoop Grip 38:12 - 42;40
The Double Elbow Escape Series 42:40 - 54:13
Reverse Crossface - Reverse Elbow Escape 54:13 - 1:01:56
Elbow Escape vs Reverse Underhook 1:01:56 - 1:07:39
Summarzing Half Guard From Inferior Grips 1:07:39 - 1:13:07

Volume 20

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Getting to Underhooks 0 - 7:15
Winning From UnderhookS - The Tight Waist Series 7:15 - 15:07
Fundamental Reason Why the Tight Waist Series is Most effective half guar position - The Trilemma 15:07 - 21:57
Roll Through Sweeps 21:57 - 30:32
Roll Through Sweeps 2 30:32 - 33:33
Roll Through Sweeps 3 33:33 - 39:53
The Movements Behind The Moves 39:53 - 47:26
The Lower Leg Shift 47:26 - 58:09

Volume 21

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
The 90 Degree Rule 0 - 4:07
The Knee Lift 4:07 - 8:48
The Hip Shift 8:48 - 13:39
The Law of The Elbow 13:39 - 20:54
Directionality of Force For Roll Through Sweeps 20:54 - 28:04
The Single Most Important Section On This Video 28:04 - 41:30
Taking Your Opponents Back: Duck Under 41:30 - 46:25
Taking The Back From Tight Waist 46:25 - 54:45
The Limp Arm 54:45 - 1:00:38

Volume 22

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Tight Waist vs Whizzer Situation 0 - 7:44
Tight Waist vs Whizzer Situation 2 7:44 - 10:42
Tight Waist vs Whizzer Situation 3 10:42 - 14:42
Tight Waist vs Whizzer Situation 4 14:42 - 17:44
Tight Waist vs Whizzer Situation 5 - Going From Half Guard to Tight Waist 17:44 - 24:21
Foot Fighting From Half Guard 24:21 - 32:38
Practical Applications of Foot Fighting 32:38 - 35:36
Takedowns From Tight Waist: The outside Hook - Circular Finish 35:36 - 43:35
Linear Finish Double Leg 43:35 - 48:51
Linear Finish Double Leg Part 2 48:51 - 54:16
Reverse Double Leg 54:16 - 1:01:22
Stepping Around a Whizzer to a Far Hook 1:01:22 - 1:07:48
Summary of Tight Waist Series 1:07:48 - 1;14:40

Volume 23

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Lapel Single Legs From Half Guard 0 - 6:27
Lapel Single Legs From Half Guard 2 6:27 - 17:20
Lapel Single Legs From Half Guard 3 17:20 - 21:53
General Consideration on Posture for Half Guard Sweeps 21:53 - 31:28
General Consideration on Posture for Half Guard Sweeps 2 31:28 - 40:00
Summary of the Lapel Single Leg Series 40:00 - 44:57

Volume 24

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Knee Lever Series 0 - 12:21
Knee Lever Series 2 12:21 - 18:10
The Back Roll Sweep 18:10 - 38:14
Problem of Reverse Half Guards 38:14 - 53:56
Problem of Reverse Half Guards 2 53:56 - 1:04:58

Volume 25

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Closed Guard Overview 0 - 10:57
What Is The Central Message Of This Video? 10:57 - 20:02
The First Three Abilities We Need To Be Effective From Closed Guard 20:02 - 32:54
The Deepest Message Of This Video – The Six Vulnerabilities Inside A Closed Guard 32:54 - 36:27
The Six Vulnerabilities - Part 1 36:27 - 39:40
The Six Vulnerabilities - Part 2 39:40 - 42:24
The Six Vulnerabilities - Part 3 42:24 - 46:08
The Six Vulnerabilities - Part 4 46:08 - 52:02
The Six Vulnerabilities - Part 5 52:02 - 59:44
The Six Vulnerabilities - Part 6 59:44 - 1:06:10

Volume 26

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Understanding A closed Guard 0 - 7:36
General Overview Of The Closed Guard 7:36 - 26:37
A Key Insight With Closed Guard: Who Is Really On Top? 26:37 - 31:16
Holding And Controlling A Closed Guard 31:16 - 54:08
The Second Key To Postural Control: The Cross Collar Grip 54:08 - 1:02:24
Establishing Angle From Closed Guard 1:02:24 - 1:11:58
The Theory Of A Strong First Move 1:11:58 - 1:18:25

Volume 27

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
The Side Scissor: Elbow Across The Centerline - Converting a Closed Guard to a Side Scissor 0 - 26:02
The Subtle Push Pull Dynamic of the Side Scissor Position 26:02 - 30:26
Locking Down The Side Scissor 30:26 - 35:10
Unlocking The Great Secret of the Side Scissor Position 35:10 - 41:54
The Wrist Sweep From Side Scissor 41:54 - 51:06
The Elbow Sweep From Side Scissor 51:06 - 56:17
Rolling Armbar (Juji Gatame) 56:17 - 1:02:59
Side Scissor into Rear Triangle (Ushiro Sankaku) 1:02:59 - 1:08:41
Side Scissor Position Working with Lower Head Position: Flower Sweep 1:08:41 - 1:14:13
Pendulum Sweep 1:14:13 - 1:22:04
Knee Lever sweep 1:22:04 - 1:27:00
Hook Sweep (Sumi Gaeshi) 1:27:00 - 1:31:06
Hook Sweep (Sumi Gaeshi) Part 2 1:31:06 - 1:35:39
Troubleshooting The Transition From Closed Guard To Side Scissor: Shoulder Posting 1:35:39 - 1:44:22
Troubleshooting The Transition From Closed Guard To Side Scissor: Shoulder Posting 2 1:44:22 - 1:47:20
Troubleshooting The Transition From Closed Guard To Side Scissor: Shoulder Posting 3- Overcoming Biggest Problem with Side Scissor: Hip Sweep 1:47:20 - 1:53:51
Overview of the Side Scissor Series 1:53:51 - 2:04:19

Volume 28

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
The Top Lock/Armbar - The Top Lock 0 - 8:52
The Number One Grip 8:52 - 20:27
Attacking With the Arm Lock (Juji Gatame) From Top Lock Position 20:27 - 30:40
The 45 Inside Position 30:40 - 44:01
Arm Bar (Juji Gatame) From Closed Guard 44:01 - 54:33

Volume 29

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Knees/Hip On Floor - Flower Sweep 0 - 11;06
The Hip Sweep 11:06 - 23:21
Hip Sweep Setup - Misdirection 23:21 - 28:01
Hip Sweep Setup - Cross Elbow Post 28:01 - 31:04
Hip Sweep Setup - Grip Break Method 31:04 = 34:37
The Golden Rule of The Hip Sweep 34:37 - 39:56
Breaking Your Opponent’s Posture - Flower Sweep to Hip Sweep 39:56 - 46:23
Breaking Your Opponent’s Posture - Collar Tie Method 46:23 - 49:48
Breaking Your Opponent’s Posture - Scoop Sweep to Hip Sweep 49:48 - 55:45
Breaking Your Opponent’s Posture When Your Opponent Posts One Leg: Scoop Sweep to Hip Sweep 55:45 - 59:21
Cross Cuff Hip Sweep 59:21 - 1:08:18
The Hip Sweep: Putting It All Together 1:08:18 - 1:12:04

Volume 30

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Scissor Sweep 0 - 14:41
Scissor Sweep Double Sleeve Grips 14:41 - 19:56
2 On 1 Grip Scissor Sweep 19:56 - 23:00
Scissor Sweep On a Posted Leg 23:00 - 26:37
The Pendulum Sweep 26:37 - 43:31
Pendulum Sweep With Cuff Grip 43:31 - 48:31
The Pendulum Sweep as a Learning Device 48:31 - 52:17
The Strongest Pendulum Sweep: Trapping The Arm 52:17 - 59:09
The Versatility of The Arm Trap 59:09 - 1:02:27
The Versatility of The Arm Trap Part 2 1:02:27 - 1:06:03
The Versatility of The Arm Trap Part 3 1:06:03 - 1:10:57

Volume 31

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
The Clamp/Hand On Floor - Transition From Closed Guard to The Clamp 0 - 6:56
Attacking From The Clamp 6:56 - 30:13
Trap Triangle/Inside Wrist - Inside Wrist Grip 30:13 - 51:05
Overhead Sweep 51:05 - 1:00:07

Volume 32

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Attacking A Standing Opponent - applying The Principle of Opportunity: The Scooping Sweep 0 - 12:40
applying The Principle of Opportunity: The Handstand Sweep 12:40 - 18:27
applying The Principle of Opportunity: The Leg Trap Sweep 18:27 - 22:23
Omoplata Sweeps on a Standing Opponent 22:23 - 39:49
The Double Ankle Sweep 39:49 - 50:25

Volume 33

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Introduction to open guard 0 - 3:32
Theory - What is the value of the open guard position? 3:32 - 10:08
a contradiction in Jiu-Jitsu and the fundamental problem of guard position 10;08 - 14:18
Finding advantage within a neutral position 14:18 - 19:42
the four main scenarios you will need to deal with when working from open guard position 19:42 - 28:50
how to grip the Gi for maximum results 28:50 - 44:11
The single biggest determinant of success from open guard: Kuzushi 44:11 - 52:38
The single biggest determinant of success from open guard: Kuzushi Part 2 52:38 - 1:02:54
Overcoming the complexity problem: The 6 principles of sweeps from open guard - Feet off the floor principle 1:02:54 - 1:06:53
Double direction 1:06:53 - 1:10:31
Arm trap 1:10:31 - 1:14:46
Action reaction 1;14:46 - 1:21:20
Wrestling reversal 1;21:20 - 1:27:49
Double trouble 1:27:49 - 1:34:29

Volume 34

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Overcoming the offense/defense problem: balancing guard retention with guard offense 0 - 35:09
Two crucial skill sets for open guard development - the double seated position 35:09 - 47:37
Two crucial skill sets for open guard development - first contact and entry into open guard 47:37 - 1:02:16

Volume 35

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Practical Applications - Attacking an opponent on two knees - Special Study: The hook sweep/sumi gaeshi - hook sweep/sumi gaeshi 0 - 10:06
directionality of force 10:06 - 17:52
principle of ken ken 17:52 - 27:17
changing direction sumi gaeshi 27:17 - 31:00
hook sweep/sumi gaeshi practical application 31:00 - 41:18
the role of your two legs in hook sweeps 41:18 - 46:58
hook sweep/sumi gaeshi angles of attack 46:58 - 57:06
look where you want them to land 57:06 - 1:00:57
multiple grips for hook sweep/sumi gaeshi 1:00:57 - 1:23:50
hook sweep/sumi gaeshi grip and go 1:23:50 - 1:28:22
dealing with a posted hand 1:28:22 - 1:35:36
double direction sasae 1:35:36 - 1:42:38

Volume 36

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
sumi gaeshi and chest contact 0 - 10:05
hook sweep from a supine position 10:05 - 14:33
hook sweep from a supine position part 2 14:33 - 18:19
leg frames from butterfly guard 18:19 - 27:47
Arm trap sumi gaeshi/ hook sweep series 27:47 - 38:41
Hook sweep sumi gaeshi with arm trap 38:41 - 45:06
Hook sweep sumi gaeshi combined with sasae 45:06 - 52:20
Supine arm traps 52:20 - 57:03
Yoko sumi gaeshi 57:03 - 1:01:37
Side to side arm trap sumi gaeshi 1:01:37 - 1:06:29
Arm drag/arm trap hook sweep 1:06:29 - 1:12;27
sumi gaeshi on a standing opponent 1:12:27 - 1:19:03
spider sumi gaeshi 1:19:03 - 1:23:37
hiza guruma 1:23:37 - 1:33:53
hiza guruma from underhooks 1:33:53 - 1:39:00
spider guard on a kneeling opponent 1:39:00 - 1:49:23

Volume 37

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Attacking an opponent on one knee - an opponent on one knee/knee drop position 0 - 7:32
hiza guruma when opponent is on one knee 7:32 - 9:58
ankle pick (kibisu gaeshi) 9:58 - 14:55
shoe lace to shoe lace 14:55 - 19:23
kneeling opponent transition to ashi garami 19:23 - 25:33
Attacking a standing opponent - Special Study: Tomoe Nage - getting feet off the mat with tomoe nage 25:33 - 26:26
tomoe nage sweep De la riva variation 26:26 - 38:46
tomoe nage sweep De la riva variation (Part 2) 38:46 - 44:17
tomoe nage sweep De la riva variation (part 3) 44:17 - 50:43
sumi Tomoe Nage 50:43 - 56:36
sumi tomoe nage Part 2 56:36 - 1:02:09
Lapel and spider Tomoe Nage 1:02:09 - 1:09:34
Double Footed Tomoe Nage 1:09:34 - 1:16:12
Lasso Tomoe Nage 1:16:12 - 1:20:36
yoko Tomoe nage as a sweep 1:20:36 - 1:26:40

Volume 38

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Special Study: the cross collar cuff and bicep guard - the single greatest open guard of them all: cross collar cuff and bicep 0 - 10:10
Attacking from cross collar cuff and bicep - Triangle 10:10 - 13:41
Armbar Juji Gatame 13:41 - 22:44
Omoplata 22:44 - 28:04
Tripod Sweep 28:04 - 34:02
Ankle Pick/ Kibisu Gaeshi 34;02 - 40:36
Uke Waza/ Lapel Drag 40:36 - 45:28
Tomoe Nage 45:28 - 51:18
Special Study: Inside Control vs Outside Control - De La Riva Guard 51:18 - 1:02:22
De La Riva Guard Part 2 1:02:22 - 1:05:13
De La Riva Guard Part 3 1:05:13 - 1:08:13
De La Riva Guard Part 4 1:08;13 - 1:13:10
transition from outside control to inside control: Ashi Garami 1:13:10 - 1:19:39
transition from outside control to inside control: Ashi Garami Part 2 1:19:39 - 1:22:21
transition from outside control to inside control: Ashi Garami Part 3 1:22:21 - 1:26:25
transition from outside control to inside control: Ashi Garami Part 4 1:26:25 - 1:32:50

Volume 39

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Ashi Garami 0 - 11:50
Ashi Garami standard sweep 11:50 - 17:31
Double Leg Ashi Garami 17:31 - 23:41
Relationship between Ashi Garami & X-Guard 23:41 - 29:36
X Guard scoop Sweep 29:36 - 35:07
X Guard scoop Sweep Part 2 35:07 - 37:58
X Guard Near Cuff Sweep 37:58 - 42:08
X Guard Far Cuff Sweep 42:08 - 44:57
Double Leg X Guard Sweep 44:57 - 49:06
X Guard Tomoe Nage 49:06 - 54:52
X Guard Back to ashi garami 54:52 - 58:58

Volume 40

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Special Study: double kouchi gari - Double Kouchi Gari part 1 0 - 11:09
Double Kouchi Gari part 2 11:09 - 13:53
Double Kouchi Gari part 3 13:53 - 16:39
Double Kouchi Gari part 4 16:39 - 19:28
Double Kouchi Gari part 5 19:28 - 22:07
Double Kouchi Gari part 6 22:07 - 27:54
Attacking an opponent in split squat (headquarters) - negating the split squat (Headquarters position) 27:54 - 40:51
negating the split squat (Headquarters position) Part 2 40:51 - 49:37
negating the split squat (Headquarters position) Part 3 49:37 - 55:27
negating the split squat (Headquarters position) Part 4 55:27 - 59:53
Putting it all together 59:53 - 1:09:16

Volume 41

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Introduction to Passing the Guard 0 - 3:40
Philosophy of Opening a Closed Guard 3:40 - 12:11
Top Position: Opening a closed Guard 12:11 - 30:31
Opening Closed Guard 2 30:31 - 37:41
opening closed guard 3 37:41 - 44:26
Opening Closed guard 4 44:26 - 53:02
opening closed guard 5 53:02 - 56:05
opening closed guard 6 56:05 - 1:00:39
opening closed guard 7 1:00:39 - 1:05:40
opening closed guard 8 1:05:40 - 1:07:20
opening closed guard 9 1:07:20 - 1:11:48
opening closed guard 10 1:11:48 - 1:19:03
opening closed guard 11 1:19:03 - 1:29:41

Volume 42

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Overview of Standard Method Of Opening Closed Guard 0 - 8:29
Opening Closed guard: Knee Post Method 8:29 - 16:12
Knee Post Method 2 16:12 - 21:40
Knee Post Method 3 21:40 - 23:53
knee post method 4 23;53 - 27:33
knee post method 5 27:33 - 29:30
knee post method 6 29:30 - 34:07
Opening Closed Guard / Lifting Method 34:07 - 41:16
Overview of 3 methods 41:16 - 47:10
Problem of Procrastination 47:10 - 52:50
the Most Important Message Of This Video: The 5 Steps Of Guard Passing - Step 1 52:50 - 1:00:13
Step 2 1:00:13 - 1:06:25
Step 3 1:06:25 - 1:10:52
Step 4 1:10:52 - 1:17:44
Step 5 1:17:44 - 1:27:10
Negate Advantage Completion Guard Passing Model - NAC Open Guard Passing Method 1:27:10 - 1:31:35
Split Squat as Ultimate Staging Platform 1:31:35 - 1:36:29
Single Biggest Insight into Guard Passing: Side to Side Pressure 1:36:29 - 1:43:50
Mechanical and Tactical Advantage 1:43:50 - 1:53:22

Volume 43

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
First Requirement Of A Guard Passing Program: Technical Proficiency With The Most High Percentage Methods 0 - 1:34
Double Under Pass 1:34 - 26:12
Over Under Pass 26:12 - 46:17
Knee Cut Pass 46:17 - 1:26:06

Volume 44

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Toreando Pass 0 - 1:05:33

Volume 45

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Leg Drag 0 - 35;06
Long Step Guard Pass 35:06 - 1:09:15
The Smash Pass 1:09:15 - 1:18:14

Volume 46

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Second Requirement Of A Guard Passing Program: The Ability To Break Connections And Shut Down a Dangerous Guard 0 - 7:26
Cross Collar Cuff And Bicep Guard 7:26 - 28:36
De La Riva Guard 28:36 - 42:37
Reverse De la Riva 42:37 - 47:13
Lasso Guard 47:13 - 52:56
Spider And Lasso Guard 52:56 - 1:00:18
Double Spider Guard 1:00:18 - 1:07:27
Emergency Measures 1:07:27 - 1:14:13
Ashi Garami 1:14:13 - 1:21:37
The 3rd Requirement Of A Guard Passing Program: The Ability To Maintain Top Position 1:21:37 - 1:23:40
The Ancient Law Of Push When Pulled And Pull When Pushed 1:23:40 - 1:31:26
Recovering From A Fall 1:31:26 - 1:44:38

Volume 47

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
The Fourth Requirement of a Guard Passing Program: Using Staging Positions To Pass A Dangerous Guard - the four best staging positions - 1) The Split Squat Position (Headquarters)