Learn from Atos Black Belt and ADCC 2017 Champion, JT Torres as he shows you how to pass anyones guard, take their back and choke them

  • JT Torres is one of the most dangerous grapplers on the planet
  • JT has beat some of the best competitors such as Garry Tonon, Lucas Lepri, and many more
  • If you want to learn how to smash through any guard, now is your chance
  • Transform your entire game
  • Dominate all of your training partners

JT Torres - Passing, Back Takes & Finishes

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Dear BJJ Enthusiast,

How often do you pass the guard and take the back in class or competition? In most BJJ classes, the answer is: Not Much. Why? Because most BJJ schools teach the same style of passing:
– Scoop The Leg, put the opponent’s knee to their nose and take side control
– Use The Torriando (Bullfighter) Pass & take side control
– Leg Drag Pass to side control
– Over/Under Pass to side control
– Knee Cut Pass to side control
– Cartwheel Pass to side control
But none of these passes are intended to take the opponent’s back! Well why, if a guard pass to side control is worth 3 points are we worried about taking an opponent’s back?
The Most Common Finishing Position For The
Best Guys Is A Choke From The Back!!
In his study of the 2012 World Championships BJJ Scientist (good word for him) Tyler Bishop broke down 90 Black Belt Matches. His research was beyond thorough:
He studied:
– Average Match Time
– Who Scored First
– How The Match Reached The Ground
– Which Takedown Method Ended Up Winning
– Scoring by Weight Type
– Techniques Used To Sweep
– Techniques Used To Sweep
– Positions To Finish
What he found was as surprising as it was scary:
Black Belts Finish With Chokes From The Back 3 Times As Much As The Second Most Frequent Position!
JT finishing from back
Think about that for a second, the most popular submission by far for top black belts is done from a position you don’t really know how to get to and the submission is one that you probably don’t know how to do very well
This Has To Change!!!
2013 World No Gi Champion JT Torres Is The Best In The World
At Taking The Back & Finishing – Shouldn’t You Learn This
Technique From Him?

Since 2005 JT Torres has submitted over 500 people with chokes from the back.
Why the hell does he finish so many people from the back?

The answer is pretty simple, JT has a formula/recipe/formula, whatever you want to call it. Just as McDonald’s has a system for making hamburgers, JT has a system for taking the back and finishing – it is fool proof.
JT’s passes aren’t the traditional ones that leave you in side control. Why? Because even though those passes score passes, they don’t leave you in a great position to finish. If you want to finish, you are far more likely to finish from the back.
Isn’t this a position you NEED to learn?
​JT Torres is a great instructor. I have learned a lot from this kid in the last year since he got in my place. When he teaches you can see his passion for the sport, always smiling and enjoying his work. I have no doubt he loves what he does. JT is the best. Oooossss
– Prof. Andre Galvão– Black Belt 2nd degree, Atos Jiujitsu Co-founder, 2x ADCC World Champion, 8x World Champion, 5x World Cup Champion, 8x Pan American Champion, 5x Brazilian Nationals Champion
JT Made a 4 DVD Set Showing Everything he knows about taking the back and submitting. Without question, this is the most complete set of techniques ever shown on how to pass, take the back and finish.
4 DVD Set

So what Does JT Show in the videos?

​ Opening The Closed Guard
​ Passing Fundamentals
​ X Pass On De La Riva Guard
​ X Pass On De La Riva When Opponent Grabs Ankle
​ X Pass On Knee Slide
​ Knee Cut From De La Riva
​ Leg Drag From De La Riva
​ Kick Out From Seated Guard
​ Kick Our From Seated Guard When Opponent Counters First Attempt

​ Kick Through Pass From Seated Guard
​ Steering Wheel Pass on Sit Up Guard
​ Cartwheel Pass on Seated Guard
​ Knee Cut On Seated Guard
​ Stack Pass To Leg Drag
​ Stack Pass To Back Take
​ Stack Pass To Pedal To Metal Back Take
​ JT’s Over Under Pass
​ Over Under Sitthrough Pass
​ Spider Guard Kick Pass
​ Spider Guard Pass To Armlock
​ Back Step Pass From Half Guard
​ Straight Jacket Pass
​ Basic Knee Shield Pass
​ Kimura Pass On Knee Shield

​ Controlling the Turtle
​ Knee Slide Back Take
​ Back Take From Running Man Escape
​ Butterfly Guard Back Take
​ Barrel Roll Back Take
​ Back Take From Single Leg
​ Rolling Back Take
​ Back Take From Standing

​ Basic Back Choke
​ Ezekiel Choke
​ Kimura Grip Armbar From Back
​ Kimura Grip To Triangle Armbar
​ Bow & Arrow Choke
​ Brabo / Ezekiel Choke From Back
​ Lapel Choke From Crucifix
​ Reverse Kimura
​ Kimura From Crucifix
​ Flying Bow and Arrow From Turtle
​ Clock Choke
​ Spinning Clock Choke