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No Gi Open Guard Volume 1: K Guard by Lachlan Giles

Attack with leg locks, back attacks, and sweeps from your back with this systematic approach to the no-gi K guard from Lachlan Giles!

  • Lachlan Giles is an ADCC Absolute bronze medalist, with one of the most legendary runs to the podium ever using the techniques he uses on this series.
  • Use positions and game plans to understand and develop the K guard roll that can give you entries for some of grappling’s most devastating locks.
  • Secure submissions like the 50/50 inside heel hook from the K guard as Lachlan gives options for ending the fight with some of his signature leg locks.
  • Fight systematically from your back in no-gi, with options for attacking grapplers who are standing, kneeling, and even passing your guard.

Course Content

Volume 1

Open Guard overview - Intro and overview - Introduction 0
Navigating the series 2:37
How to train this 6:01
Open guard positions 8:13
Gi vs no gi open guard 15:07
Most complicated guard 17:09
Finding the right content 19:15
A congruent game 20:24
Inside position: Pros and cons 24:51:00
1 in 1 out: Pros and cons 26:34:00
Outside position: Pros and cons 28:45:00
Sticking to this style 33:05:00
Context and strategy - Positional hierarchy 34:28:00
Where guard retention fits 38:33:00
Leg across body 39:24:00
Knee line and leg locks 40:48:00
Careful entering leg locks 42:17:00
If you dont want to leg lock 44:43:00

Volume 2

Basic game plan - Intro to basic game plan 0
Guard retention 2:37
Open Guard VS kneeling opponent 1 6:25
Open Guard VS kneeling opponent 2 10:38
Open Guard VS standing 1 11:42
Open Guard VS standing 2 17:16
Revision 20:09
Positional options - Intro to Positional options 22:19
K guard 22:39
De La Riva 24:23:00
Reverse De La Riva 26:56:00
Waiter 28:31:00
Single X and X Guard 29:44:00
70/30 and 50/50 32:11:00
End stage positions 35:20:00
Preparing to invert - Flexibility 36:17:00
Solo drill 38:17:00

Volume 3

K Guard - Overview - Intro and overview 0
Why K guard 3:14
K guard and positional hierarchy 4:22
Opponents options 5:20
Entries: Concepts, controls, positioning - General Entries sequence 7:46
Bottom leg position 9:05
Importance of the top leg 11:58
Space between knee and shoulders 15:29
Controlling armpits and retreat 16:57
Getting an angle 21:53
Hips away for inversion 22:29
2 vs 1 hand on leg 24:33:00
Pummel for top leg position 25:53:00
Preventing and dealing with the crossface 28:27:00
Entries: Closed guard - Intro to specific entries 32:15:00
Closed guard to K Guard 32:41:00
Prone armbar vs crossface 38:41:00

Volume 4

Entries - Open guard vs kneeling - Primary entry: 2 on 1 Entry 0
VS Keeping their arms back 7:32
K guard vs sitting heavy 9:15
DLR vs sitting heavy 13:31
VS Sprawl (Changing sides) 15:53
Vs Sprawl (Invert to far side) 18:10
Invert vs leg weave 25:30:00
Vs block far leg: Armbar 26:46:00
Summary 29:58:00
Narration 32:09:00

Volume 5

Entries Vs combat base - Options 0
Controls and positioning 2:08
K guard vs combat base 5:47
RDLR vs combat base 10:01
DLR vs combat base 12:40
Summary 16:03
Additional: Jedi mind trick 17:06
Entries Vs standing - K guard vs standing 23:38
Shallow K guard 26:31:00
RDLR to K guard 30:39:00
Summary 33:51:00
Narration standing and combat base - Narration 34:42:00

Volume 6

Entries From retention - K guard from retention 0
North south to K guard 1:15
Under legs to K guard 6:37
Leg drag to K guard 9:19
Narration 11:30
Entries Summary - Summary 14:43
K guard offense: Strategy, control and positioning - Offense overview 17:50
Getting Knee to stomach 21:26
Pummelling legs in position 27:03:00
Pummelling: Retract one extend the other 30:20:00
Choosing attack: Knee turned in or out 31:59:00
Gripping the leg 33:23:00
Gripping to allow backside 50/50 38:53:00
Positioning your non - k guard leg 40:58:00
Positioning your K guard leg 42:36:00
Opponents options 43:54:00

Volume 7

K guard offense pathways - Primary Attack: K guard to backside 50/50 heel hook 0
Backside 50/50 when knee is free 11:27
Backside vs backstep 17:31
Backside spin to 70/30 19:31
K guard to X guard 24:26:00
K guard to 70/30 35:21:00
Summary 43:16:00
Summary upper body attacks 45:04:00
Alternative attack: to lateral closed guard 47:34:00
Shallow K guard offense - Shallow K guard offense 51:41:00

Volume 8

Troubleshooting - Controlling the far leg 0
Feet together 1:09
They push both legs 3:51
They clear the K guard leg 5:43
They flee 7:18
You lose the leg… Bolo 8:25
Under the legs passing 9:23
Leg drag 11:12
Underhook your non K guard leg 12:11
Defending footlocks 13:26
Defending crab ride entries 16:12
Drills and narration - Drills 20:22
Narration offense 27:56:00
Live clips 42:09:00

No Gi Open Guard Volume 1: K Guard by Lachlan Giles

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Attack with leg locks, back attacks, and sweeps from your back with this systematic approach to the no-gi K guard from Lachlan Giles!

  • Lachlan Giles is an ADCC Absolute bronze medalist, with one of the most legendary runs to the podium ever using the techniques he uses on this series.
  • Use positions and game plans to understand and develop the K guard roll that can give you entries for some of grappling’s most devastating locks.
  • Secure submissions like the 50/50 inside heel hook from the K guard as Lachlan gives options for ending the fight with some of his signature leg locks.
  • Fight systematically from your back in no-gi, with options for attacking grapplers who are standing, kneeling, and even passing your guard.

Course Content

Volume 1

Open Guard overview - Intro and overview - Introduction 0
Navigating the series 2:37
How to train this 6:01
Open guard positions 8:13
Gi vs no gi open guard 15:07
Most complicated guard 17:09
Finding the right content 19:15
A congruent game 20:24
Inside position: Pros and cons 24:51:00
1 in 1 out: Pros and cons 26:34:00
Outside position: Pros and cons 28:45:00
Sticking to this style 33:05:00
Context and strategy - Positional hierarchy 34:28:00
Where guard retention fits 38:33:00
Leg across body 39:24:00
Knee line and leg locks 40:48:00
Careful entering leg locks 42:17:00
If you dont want to leg lock 44:43:00

Volume 2

Basic game plan - Intro to basic game plan 0
Guard retention 2:37
Open Guard VS kneeling opponent 1 6:25
Open Guard VS kneeling opponent 2 10:38
Open Guard VS standing 1 11:42
Open Guard VS standing 2 17:16
Revision 20:09
Positional options - Intro to Positional options 22:19
K guard 22:39
De La Riva 24:23:00
Reverse De La Riva 26:56:00
Waiter 28:31:00
Single X and X Guard 29:44:00
70/30 and 50/50 32:11:00
End stage positions 35:20:00
Preparing to invert - Flexibility 36:17:00
Solo drill 38:17:00

Volume 3

K Guard - Overview - Intro and overview 0
Why K guard 3:14
K guard and positional hierarchy 4:22
Opponents options 5:20
Entries: Concepts, controls, positioning - General Entries sequence 7:46
Bottom leg position 9:05
Importance of the top leg 11:58
Space between knee and shoulders 15:29
Controlling armpits and retreat 16:57
Getting an angle 21:53
Hips away for inversion 22:29
2 vs 1 hand on leg 24:33:00
Pummel for top leg position 25:53:00
Preventing and dealing with the crossface 28:27:00
Entries: Closed guard - Intro to specific entries 32:15:00
Closed guard to K Guard 32:41:00
Prone armbar vs crossface 38:41:00

Volume 4

Entries - Open guard vs kneeling - Primary entry: 2 on 1 Entry 0
VS Keeping their arms back 7:32
K guard vs sitting heavy 9:15
DLR vs sitting heavy 13:31
VS Sprawl (Changing sides) 15:53
Vs Sprawl (Invert to far side) 18:10
Invert vs leg weave 25:30:00
Vs block far leg: Armbar 26:46:00
Summary 29:58:00
Narration 32:09:00

Volume 5

Entries Vs combat base - Options 0
Controls and positioning 2:08
K guard vs combat base 5:47
RDLR vs combat base 10:01
DLR vs combat base 12:40
Summary 16:03
Additional: Jedi mind trick 17:06
Entries Vs standing - K guard vs standing 23:38
Shallow K guard 26:31:00
RDLR to K guard 30:39:00
Summary 33:51:00
Narration standing and combat base - Narration 34:42:00

Volume 6

Entries From retention - K guard from retention 0
North south to K guard 1:15
Under legs to K guard 6:37
Leg drag to K guard 9:19
Narration 11:30
Entries Summary - Summary 14:43
K guard offense: Strategy, control and positioning - Offense overview 17:50
Getting Knee to stomach 21:26
Pummelling legs in position 27:03:00
Pummelling: Retract one extend the other 30:20:00
Choosing attack: Knee turned in or out 31:59:00
Gripping the leg 33:23:00
Gripping to allow backside 50/50 38:53:00
Positioning your non - k guard leg 40:58:00
Positioning your K guard leg 42:36:00
Opponents options 43:54:00

Volume 7

K guard offense pathways - Primary Attack: K guard to backside 50/50 heel hook 0
Backside 50/50 when knee is free 11:27
Backside vs backstep 17:31
Backside spin to 70/30 19:31
K guard to X guard 24:26:00
K guard to 70/30 35:21:00
Summary 43:16:00
Summary upper body attacks 45:04:00
Alternative attack: to lateral closed guard 47:34:00
Shallow K guard offense - Shallow K guard offense 51:41:00

Volume 8

Troubleshooting - Controlling the far leg 0
Feet together 1:09
They push both legs 3:51
They clear the K guard leg 5:43
They flee 7:18
You lose the leg… Bolo 8:25
Under the legs passing 9:23
Leg drag 11:12
Underhook your non K guard leg 12:11
Defending footlocks 13:26
Defending crab ride entries 16:12
Drills and narration - Drills 20:22
Narration offense 27:56:00
Live clips 42:09:00

Develop A Systematic No-Gi Open Guard That You Can Use Against Way Bigger Opponents With ADCC Absolute Medalist Lachlan Giles’s 8-Part Guide To The Secrets Of The K Guard

 

 

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What Will You Learn?

Start fighting off your back with these aggressive and technical systems for attack from Lachlan Giles as he teaches you his 8-part K Guard series designed to help you heel hook and leg lock opponents, even if they are way bigger and stronger than you.

With every detail covered, you’ll learn what makes K guard so strong, how to use it to begin attacking, and how to find this innovative game plan from a ton of different positions. The K guard helps you expose the legs to attacks, even when you aren’t in versions of X guard, making it an unexpected but effective place to work from. 

K guard also helps you frame and keep pressure off, making it a helpful position for smaller grapplers to beat bigger ones. The K guard system and the inside heel hooking details you’ll learn here capture the same ways that Lachlan himself heel hooked three world class opponents at ADCC and won a medal in the absolute division.

Find out the strongest ways to enter K guard, using no-gi variations on the De La Riva, reverse De La Riva, closed guard and more. Lachlan breaks down everything you’ll ever need for K guard on this series, including strategies, troubleshooting, live rolling narration, and more.

 

So, What Exactly Do You Get?

PART 1

OPEN GUARD OVERVIEW

INTRO AND OVERVIEW

  • INTRODUCTION
  • NAVIGATING THE SERIES
  • HOW TO TRAIN THIS
  • OPEN GUARD POSITIONS
  • GI VS O GI OPEN GUARD
  • MOST COMPLICATED GUARD
  • FINDING THE RIGHT CONTENT
  • A CONGRUENT GAME
  • INSIDE POSITION: PROS AND CONS
  • 1 IN 1 OUT: PROS AND CONS
  • OUTSIDE POSITION: PROS AND CONS
  • STICKING TO THIS STYLE

    CONTEXT AND STRATEGY

  • POSITIONAL HIERARCHY
  • WHERE GUARD RETENTION FITS
  • LEG ACROSS BODY
  • KNEE LINE AND LEG LOCKS
  • CAREFUL ENTERING LEG LOCKS
  • IF YOU DONT WANT TO LEG LOCK

    PART 2

    BASIC GAME PLAN

  • INTRO TO BASIC GAME PLAN
  • GUARD RETENTION
  • OPEN GUARD VS KNEELING OPPONENT 1
  • OPEN GUARD VS KNEELING OPPONENT 2
  • OPEN GUARD VS STANDING 1
  • OPEN GUARD VS STANDING 2
  • REVISION

    POSITIONAL OPTIONS

  • INTRO TO POSITIONAL OPTIONS
  • K GUARD
  • DE LA RIVA
  • REVERSE DE LA RIVA
  • WAITER
  • SINGLE X AND X GUARD
  • 70/30 AND 50/50
  • END STAGE POSITIONS

    PREPARING TO INVERT

  • FLEXIBILITY
  • SOLO DRILL

    PART 3

    K GUARD

    OVERVIEW

  • INTRO AND OVERVIEW
  • WHY K GUARD
  • K GUARD AND POSITIONAL HIERARCHY
  • OPPONENTS OPTIONS

    ENTRIES: CONCEPTS, CONTROLS, POSITIONING

  • GENERAL ENTRIES SEQUENCE
  • BOTTOM LEG POSITION
  • IMPORTANCE OF THE TOP LEG
  • SPACE BETWEEN KNEE AND SHOULDERS
  • CONTROLLING ARMPITS AND RETREAT
  • GETTING AN ANGLE
  • HIPS AWAY FOR INVERSION
  • 2 VS 1 HAND ON LEG
  • PUMMEL FOR TOP LEG POSITION
  • PREVENTING AND DEALING WITH THE CROSSFACE

    ENTRIES: CLOSED GUARD

  • INTRO TO SPECIFIC ENTRIES
  • CLOSED GUARD TO K GUARD
  • PRONE ARMBAR VS CROSSFACE

    PART 4

    ENTRIES - OPEN GUARD VS KNEELING

  • PRIMARY ENTRY: 2 ON 1 ENTRY
  • VS KEEPING THEIR ARMS BACK
  • K GUARD VS SITTING HEAVY
  • DLR VS SITTING HEAVY
  • VS SPRAWL (CHANGING SIDES)
  • INVERT VS LEG WEAVE
  • VS BLOCK FAR LEG: ARMBAR
  • SUMMARY
  • NARRATION

    PART 5

    ENTRIES VS COMBAT BASE

  • OPTIONS
  • CONTROLS AND POSITIONING
  • K GUARD VS COMBAT BASE
  • RDLR VS COMBAT BASE
  • DLR VS COMBAT BASE
  • SUMMARY
  • ADDITIONAL: JEDI MIND TRICK

    ENTRIES VS STANDING

  • K GUARD VS STANDING
  • SHALLOW K GUARD
  • RDLR TO K GUARD
  • SUMMARY

    NARRATION STANDING AND COMBAT BASE

  • NARRATION

    PART 6

    ENTRIES FROM RETENTION

  • K GUARD FROM RETENTION
  • NORTH SOUTH TO K GUARD
  • UNDER LEGS TO K GUARD
  • LEG DRAG TO K GUARD
  • NARRATION

    ENTRIES SUMMARY

  • SUMMARY

    K GUARD OFFENSE: STRATEGY, CONTROL AND POSITIONING

  • OFFENSE OVERVIEW
  • GETTING KNEE TO STOMACH
  • PUMMELLING LEGS IN POSITION
  • PUMMELLING: RETRACT ONE EXTEND THE OTHER
  • CHOOSING ATTACK: KNEE TURNED IN OR OUT
  • GRIPPING THE LEG
  • GRIPPING TO ALLOW BACKSIDE 50/50
  • POSITIONING YOUR NON - K GUARD LEG
  • POSITIONING YOUR K GUARD LEG
  • OPPONENTS OPTIONS

    PART 7

    K GUARD OFFENSE PATHWAYS

  • PRIMARY ATTACK: K GUARD TO BACKSIDE
  • 50/50 HEEL HOOK
  • BACKSIDE 50/50 WHEN KNEE IS FREE
  • BACKSIDE VS BACKSTEP
  • BACKSIDE SPIN TO 70/30
  • K GUARD TO X GUARD
  • K GUARD TO 70/30
  • SUMMARY
  • SUMMARY UPPER BODY ATTACKS
  • ALTERNATIVE ATTACK: TO LATERAL CLOSED GUARD

    SHALLOW K GUARD OFFENSE

  • SHALLOW K GUARD OFFENSE

    PART 8

    TROUBLESHOOTING

  • CONTROLLING THE FAR LEG
  • FEET TOGETHER
  • THEY PUSH BOTH LEGS
  • THEY CLEAR THE K GUARD LEG
  • THEY FLEE
  • YOU LOSE THE LEG ... BOLO
  • UNDER THE LEGS PASSING
  • LEG DRAG
  • UNDERHOOK YOUR NON K GUARD LEG
  • DEFENDING FOOTLOCKS
  • DEFENDING CRAB RIDE ENTRIES

    DRILLS AND NARRATION

  • DRILLS
  • NARRATION OFFENSE
  • LIVE CLIPS


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