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New Wave Jiu Jitsu: No Gi Guard Passing by John Danaher

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John Danaher

Professional Fighter
Lock on body locks and smash your way through the guard using systematic pressure and leg pummeling to pass
  • Learn the central principles and problems of passing the guard from one of the most detailed and innovative coaches on the planet, Professor John Danaher.
  • Use specific toreando footwork patterns to maximize your loose passing success - including the king and queen of passing positions.
  • Work through closed guard, supine guard, seated guard, and half guard as John gives you a unified framework for passing.
  • See all the best ways to establish control and stabilize position as you work your way through for increased dominance against the bottom player.
  • Professor John Danaher has taught grappling and combat superstars like Gordon Ryan, Georges St. Pierre, Garry Tonon, and many more throughout his illustrious coaching career - with remarkable success with students of all levels of experience and athleticism.                                                                                                                            

Course Content

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Volume 1

Introduction 0
The Central Problem of Guard Passing 6:36
Four Conceptual Solutions: The Push Pull Asymmetry 12:43
The Push/Curl Asymmetry 19:38
The Flexion/Extension Asymmetry 24:14
Leg vs Leg Passing 27:34
The Four Scenarios You Must Be Effective In 29:58
Five Key Insights That Make a Real Difference to Your Passing Performance - The Three Nemesis of Guard Passing 32:46
Penetrating to the Torso 44:48
Completing a Pass: Hips First/Head Second Principle 51:54
Be Ready to Take the Back at all Times 59:27
The Foundation of All Guard Play: Control Resides Between The Knees 1:12:26

Volume 2

Opening a Closed Guard - Negation First 0
Opening a Closed Guard: Squad Philosophy 13:16
Analysis of the Squad Philosophy 23:08
The 3 Best Ways to Open a Closed Guard Nogi - The Reach Back Method 30:49
Two on One Knee Method 36:23
Knee Post 40:19
Dealing with Lower Body Grips: Double Outside Grips 48:22
Dealing with Lower Body Grips Part 2 59:24
Dealing with Lower Body Grips: Single Inside Grip 1:06:13
Opening a Closed Guard: Putting It All Together 1:17:49

Volume 3

Passing a Supine Guard - Toreando Pass Series - Footwork Skills 0
crescent step 1:29
side step 3:03
cross step 4:13
front step 6:44
back step 8:31
jab step 9:50
fake step 11:35
Putting it all together 13:04
The First Stage of Toreando Passing: Approaching Your Opponent - Reading Your Opponents Body 14:08
Getting a Strong Start in Toreando Passing: Grip Asymmetry 20:01
Essential Grip Fighting - Double down V Grips 29:23
Double Sole Grip 32:10
Double Up V Grip 34:32
Knee and Shin 38:01
Inside Knee Post 41:09
Inverted V Grip 43:52
Inverted Cross Grip 46:38
Two on One Knee and Ankle 48:34
The King of All Nogi Toreando Passing Positons: The Hip & Knee Post 51:10
The Queen of All Nogi Toreando Passing Positions: Toes to Mat (AKA The Plow) 59:18
Getting Down to Business with Toreando Passing - Toreando Throw By 1:02:46
Misdirectional Throw By 1:08:21
Toreando Throw By To a Hip & Knee Post 1:10:47
Toreando Throw By to Toes to Floor 1:12:59
Toreando Throw By to Leg Drag 1:17:25

Volume 4

Hip & Knee Post Series - Running the Circle 0
Running the Circle Part 2 8:31
Step Back Knee Cut 13:30
Step Back Inside Knee 20:17
Spinning Toreando - Mechanics 27:06
Tight Waist Finish 31:38
Hip Block Method 36:11
Hip Block Method Part 2 39:22
Reverse Grip Method 43:30
Spinning Toreando to the Back 47:21
Spinning Toreando to Leg Drag 51:08
Side to Side Pressure and Toreando Passing - Arm Swim 58:47
The Foot Step 1:04:52
Cross Shin Pin - Hip & Knee Post 1:12:42
Front Step/Back Step 1:18:07
Overcoming the Problem of Entanglement 1:23:18
The Relationship Between Toreando & Knee Cut 1:29:16

Volume 5

The Floating Leg Pommel Series - Why Pommel Passing? 0
Getting to the Start Position 5:54
Inside Pommel Pass 9:55
Outside Pommel Pass 14:59
Cross Knee Pommel 20:17
Cross Foot Pommel 22:48
Front Pommel 25:14
Pommel to knee cut 27:52
Finishing a Pommel Pass: Alternate Method 34:27
Body Lock Guard Passing - Why Body Locks? 37:49
Front Body Locks vs Side Body Locks 43:05
Getting to a Front Body Lock - Creating Waist Exposure 45:18
Inside & Outside Penetration 52:54
Head Position & Pull 1:00:29
Arm Position/Hand Grip 1:08:38
2 Philosophies of Body Lock Guard Passing 1:16:57
The Hierarchy of Body Lock Positions 1:26:00
The Two Most Important Body Lock Passing Methods: The Step Over Method 1:33:30
The Knee Drive Method 1:44:19

Volume 6

Passing with a front body lock: Double Shin Method 0
Leg Scissor Method 5:48
Shoelace Method 14:05
Knee Cut Method 20:50
Kick Out Method 27:48
High Hip Scissor Method 34:52
High Hip Scissor From Double Shin 45:00
Maximizing the Potential of Your Body Lock Passes 53:34
The Single Most Common Error in Body Lock Guard Passing and How to Avoid It 1:00:57
My Favorite Body Lock Passing Method: Lumbar Lock To High Lock 1:11:26
Countering a Forward Shift 1:22:50
The Relationship Between a Tight Waist and a Bodylock 1:29:03
Switching Tight Waist 1:39:42
Side Body Lock: Entering a Side Body Lock 1:45:51
Side Body Lock: Leg Riding 1:54:31
Passing with a Side Body Lock 2:06:09

Volume 7

Half Guard Passing - Why Half Guard Passing? 0
First Problem of Half Guard: Clearing a Knee Shield - Shifting to Centerline 8:35
Front Step/Back Step Method 17:25
Entries Into Half Guard Passing - Tight Waist Entry 25:29
Body Lock Entry 29:43
Floating Leg Pommel Entry 33:31
Hip & Knee Post Entry 35:43
Toes to Mat Entry 38:20
The Fundamental Start Position for Half Guard Passing 46:01
The Two King Knee Positions 59:38
The Four Step Half Guard Passing Sequence 1:06:12

Volume 8

Half Guard Passing Methods: Top Head & Arm 0
Far Underhook & Head Block 6:14
Double Underhook Passing 12:50
Cross Face & Reverse Cross Face 21:52
Half Katagatame 31:28
Countering a Power Prop From Half Guard 36:13
Passing Half Butterfly Guard: Near Side Underhook: Grape Vine Method 41:04
Near Side Underhook: Hand Post Method 47:43
Near Side Underhook: Butterfly Hook Method 50:58
Cross Face Half Butterfly Guard Pass 54:46

Master The No-Gi Guard Passing Systems That John Danaher’s Athletes Excel With In Competition - Including Body Locks, Toreando, & More That All Work Together To Solve Central Problems And Exploit Weaknesses That Any Grappler Can Understand!

 

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What Will You Learn?

Learn how to pass the no-gi guard with Professor John Danaher and begin to impose your top game with this guide to systematically breaking down the bottom player’s frames and defenses, available across 8-volumes. Professor Danaher shows you every detail to passing the guard, including the central problems that complicate the system and how you can work to be as effective as possible with these fixes in mind.

Start passing the no-gi guard with safety and control using loose and tight techniques for maximum effect. Combine toreando patterns, knee slides, body locks, and more to attack the seated and supine guard with the same techniques that his own athletes use at the highest levels of grappling. Each step is shown with full detail and in context with every move in the system so that you can use it to its utmost effect.

Professor John Danaher is one of the most popular and recognizable coaches in modern grappling, with students who have achieved at the highest levels of the sport using his innovative, groundbreaking systems. These are some of the same lessons that Professor Danaher has given students like Gordon Ryan, UFC Hall of Famer Georges St. Pierre, and Garry Tonon, now made available to students of all levels.

Mix your open guard passing with half guard for a complete approach to attacking the grappling guard. Professor Danaher shows you how he prefers to force the half guard, get to chest to chest, and then create his passes from here - and why this is such an effective strategy. Across all eight volumes, you can start studying the highest level of passing technology today from the most advanced grappling coach in the world today.

 

So, What Exactly Do You Get?

PART 1

INTRODUCTION

  • THE CENTRAL PROBLEM OF GUARD PASSING
  • FOUR CONCEPTUAL SOLUTIONS:

    1. THE PUSH/PULL ASYMMETRY
    2. THE PUSH/CURL ASYMMETRY
    3. THE FLEXION/EXTENSION ASYMMETRY
    4. LEG VS LEG PASSING
  • THE FOUR SCENARIOS YOU MUST BE EFFECTIVE IN

    FIVE KEY INSIGHTS THAT MAKE A REAL DIFFERENCE TO YOUR PASSING PERFORMANCE      

  • 1. THE THREE NEMESES OF GUARD PASSING
    2. PENETRATING TO THE TORSO
    3.COMPLETING A PASS HIPS FIRST/HEAD SECOND PRINCIPLE
    4. BE READY TO TAKE THE BACK AT ALL TIMES
    5.THE FOUNDATION OF ALL GUARD PLAY: CONTROL RESIDES BETWEEN THE KNEES

    PART 2

    OPENING A CLOSED GUARD

  • NEGATION FIRST
  • OPENING A CLOSED GUARD: SQUAD PHILOSOPHY
  • ANALYSIS OF THE SQUAD PHILOSOPHY
  • THE 3 BEST WAYS TO OPEN A CLOSED GUARD NO-GI
  • 1. THE REACH BACK METHOD
    2. TWO ON ONE KNEE METHOD
    3. KNEE POST 
  • DEALING WITH LOWER BODY GRIPS: DOUBLE OUTSIDE GRIPS
  • DEALING WITH LOWER BODY GRIPS PART 2
  • DEALING WITH LOWER BODY GRIPS: SINGLE INSIDE GRIP
  • OPENING A CLOSED GUARD: PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER
  • PART 3

    PASSING A SUPINE GUARD

  • TOREANDO PASS SERIES
  • FOOTWORK SKILLS
  • - CRESCENT STEP
    - SIDE STEP
    - CROSS STEP
    - FRONT STEP
    - BACK STEP
    - JAB STEP
    - FAKE STEP
    - PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER
  • THE FIRST STAGE OF TOREANDO PASSING: APPROACHING YOUR OPPONENT
  • - READING YOUR OPPONENT'S BODY
    - GETTING A STRONG START IN TOREANDO PASSING: GRIP ASYMMETRY
  • ESSENTIALL GRIP FIGHTING
  • - DOUBLE DOWN V GRIPS
    - DOUBLE SOLE GRIP
    - DOUBLE UP V GRIP
    - KNEE AND SHIN
    - INSIDE KNEE POST
    - INVERTED V GRIP
    - INVERTED CROSS GRIP
    - TWO ON ONE KNEE AND ANKLE
    - THE KING OF ALL NO-GI TOREANDO PASSING POSITIONS:THE HIP AND KNEE POST
    - THE QUEEN OF ALL NO-GI TOREANDO PASSING POSITIONS: TOES TO MAT (AKA THE PLOW)
  • GETTING DOWN TO BUSINESS WITH TOREANDO PASSING
  • - TOREANDO THROW BY
    - MISDIRECTIONAL THROW BY
    - TOREANDO THROW BY TO A HIP & KNEE POST
    - TOREANDO THROW BY TO TOES TO FLOOR
    - TOREANDO THROW BY TO LEG DRAG

    PART 4

  • HIP & KNEE POST SERIES
  • - RUNNING THE CIRCLE
    - RUNNING THE CIRCLE PART 2
    - STEP BACK KNEE CUT
    - STEP BACK INSIDE KNEE
  • SPINNING TOREANDO
  • - MECHANICS
    - TIGHT WAIST FINISH
    - HIP BLOCK METHOD
    - HIP BLOCK METHOD PART 2
    - REVERSE GRIP METHOD
    - SPINNING TOREANDO TO THE BACK
    - SPINNING TOREANDO TO LEG DRAG
  • SIDE TO SIDE PRESSURE AND TOREANDO PASSING
  • - ARM SWIM
    - THE FOOT STEP
  • CROSS SHIN PIN
    - HIP & KNEE POST
    - FRONT STEP/BACK STEP
    - OVERCOMING THE PROBLEM OF ENTANGLEMENT
    - THE RELATIOSHIP BETWEEN ROREANDO KNEE CUT

    PART 5

    THE FLOATING LEG POMMEL SERIES

  • WHY POMMEL PASSING?
  • GETTING TO THE START POSITION
  • INSIDE POMMEL PASS
  • OUTSIDE POMMEL PASS
  • CROSS KNEE POMMEL
  • CROSS FOOT POMMEL
  • FRONT POMMEL
  • POMMEL TO KNEE CUT
  • FINISHING A POMMEL PASS: ALTERNATE METHOD                                         

    BODY LOCK GUARD PASSING

  • WHY BODY LOCKS?
  • FRONT BODY LOCKS VS SIDE BODY LOCKS
  • GETTING TO A FRONT BODY LOCK
    - CREATING WAIST EXPOSURE
    - INSIDE & OUTSIDE PENETRATION
    - HEAD POSITION & PULL
    - ARM POSITION/HAND GRIP
  • 2 PHILOSOPHIES OF BODY LOCK GUARD PASSING
  • THE HIERARCHY OF BODY LOCK POSITIONS
  • THE TWO MOST IMPORTANT BODY LOCK PASSING METHODS
  • - THE STEP OVER METHODS
    - THE KNEE DRIVE METHOD

    PART 6

  • PASSING WITH A FRONT BODY LOCK:
  • - DOUBLE SHIN METHOD
    - LEG SCISSOR METHOD
    - SHOELACE METHOD
    - KNEE CUT METHOD
    - KICK OUT METHOD
  • HIGH HIP SCISSOR METHOD
  • HIGH HIP SCISSOR FROM DOUBLE SHIN
  • MAXIMIZING THE POTENTIAL OF YOUR BODY LOCK PASSES
  • MY FAVORITE BODY LOCK PASSING METHOD: LUMBAR LOCK TO HIGH LOCK
  • THE SINGLE MOST COMMON ERROR IN BODY LOCK GUARD PASSING AND HOW TO AVOID IT
  • - COUNTERING A FORWARD SHIFT
    - THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN A TIGHT WAIST AND A BODY LOCK
    - SWITCHING TIGHT WAIST
  • SIDE BODY LOCK:
    - ENTERING A SIDE BODY LOCK
    - SIDE BODY LOCK: LEG RIDING
    - PASSING WITH A SIDE BODY LOCK

    PART 7

  • HALF GUARD PASSING 

  • WHY HALF GUARD PASSING?
  • FIRST PROBLEM OF HALF GUARD: CLEARING A KNEE SHIELD
  • - SHIFTING TO CENTERLINE
    - FRONT STEP/BACK STEP METHOD
  • ENTRIES INTO HALF GUARD PASSING
  • - TIGHT WAIST ENTRY
    - BODY LOCK ENTRY
    - FLOATING LEG POMMEL ENTRY
    - HIP & KNEE POST ENTRY
    - TOES TO MAT ENTRY
  • THE FUNDAMENTAL START POSITION FOR HALF GUARD PASSING
  • THE TWO KING KNEE POSITIONS
  • THE FOUR STEP HALF GUARD PASSING SEQUENCE

    PART 8

  • HALF GUARD PASSING METHODS:
  • - TOP HEAD ARM
    - FAR UNDERHOOK & HEAD BLOCK
    - DOUBLE UNDERHOOK PASSING
    - CROSS FACE & REVERSE CROSS FACE
    - HALF KATAGATAME
    - COUNTERING A POWER PROP FROM HALF GUARD
  • PASSING HALF BUTTERFLY GUARD:
  • - NEAR SIDE UNDERHOOK: GRAPE VINE METHOD
    - NEAR SIDE UNDERHOOK: HAND POST METHOD
    - NEAR SIDE UNDERHOOK: BUTTERFLY HOOK METHOD
    - CROSS FACE HALF BUTTERFLY GUARD PASS

     

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