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Power Line Backpack Attack System by Matthew McPeake

Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Black Belt Matthew Mcpeake Takes You Through A Detailed Journey Of The Backpack Position, And Demonstrates How Obtain And Finish Some Of The Most Successful Positions And Submissions In Jiu Jitsu
  • Overview the backpack position as a whole and see the differences it offers as opposed to seat belt control
  • Focus on your grips form the packback position and find choking options from everywhere including the gable grip choke, paper cutter choke, numerous variations of the bow and arrow and collar chokes, and so much more
  • Use the backpack as a means to transition to other high percentage submissions such as armbars and  triangles, and check out some of the most creative ways to do so
  • Additionally, look at several options for transitioning to the backpack from numerous other positions including seat belt with and without hooks, as well as several kimura trap variations
  •                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         

Course Content

Volume 1

Intro 0
Concepts - Power Line & Points of control 0:31
Seat Belt vs Back Pack 2:47
Grips 5:28

Volume 2

Chokes from Back Pack - Gable Grip Choke 0
Bow'n Arrow #1 2:40
Bow'n Arrow #2 4:33
Collar Choke #1 6:08
Collar Choke #2 8:06
Paper Cutter Choke 8:57
Lapel "Chop" Choke 10:30
Lapel Paper Cutter Choke 12:53
Lapel Bow'n Arrow 14:51
Lapel "Chicken Wing" Choke 17:22

Volume 3

Arm bars and Triangles - Arm Bar 0
Head Wrench 3:36
"Shot Gun" Arm Bar 5:27
Hammer Lock/Wrist Lock 7:24
Triangle #1 - Choke 9:27
Triangle #2 - Shoulder Lock 12:01
Triangle #3 - Arm Bar 13:52
Triangle #4 - Choke 15:07
Triangle #5 - Arm Bar 16:45
Triangle #6 - "Shot Gun" Arm Bar 18:13
Triangle #7 - Omaplata 19:37

Volume 4

Transitions to Back Pack - Seat Belt with Hooks 0
Seat Belt without Hooks 3:24
Kimura Trap #1 - Earl Grey/Tea Bag 5:12
Kimura Trap #2 - Side Drop 7:21
Outro 9:09

Power Line Backpack Attack System by Matthew McPeake

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Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Black Belt Matthew Mcpeake Takes You Through A Detailed Journey Of The Backpack Position, And Demonstrates How Obtain And Finish Some Of The Most Successful Positions And Submissions In Jiu Jitsu
  • Overview the backpack position as a whole and see the differences it offers as opposed to seat belt control
  • Focus on your grips form the packback position and find choking options from everywhere including the gable grip choke, paper cutter choke, numerous variations of the bow and arrow and collar chokes, and so much more
  • Use the backpack as a means to transition to other high percentage submissions such as armbars and  triangles, and check out some of the most creative ways to do so
  • Additionally, look at several options for transitioning to the backpack from numerous other positions including seat belt with and without hooks, as well as several kimura trap variations
  •                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         

Course Content

Volume 1

Intro 0
Concepts - Power Line & Points of control 0:31
Seat Belt vs Back Pack 2:47
Grips 5:28

Volume 2

Chokes from Back Pack - Gable Grip Choke 0
Bow'n Arrow #1 2:40
Bow'n Arrow #2 4:33
Collar Choke #1 6:08
Collar Choke #2 8:06
Paper Cutter Choke 8:57
Lapel "Chop" Choke 10:30
Lapel Paper Cutter Choke 12:53
Lapel Bow'n Arrow 14:51
Lapel "Chicken Wing" Choke 17:22

Volume 3

Arm bars and Triangles - Arm Bar 0
Head Wrench 3:36
"Shot Gun" Arm Bar 5:27
Hammer Lock/Wrist Lock 7:24
Triangle #1 - Choke 9:27
Triangle #2 - Shoulder Lock 12:01
Triangle #3 - Arm Bar 13:52
Triangle #4 - Choke 15:07
Triangle #5 - Arm Bar 16:45
Triangle #6 - "Shot Gun" Arm Bar 18:13
Triangle #7 - Omaplata 19:37

Volume 4

Transitions to Back Pack - Seat Belt with Hooks 0
Seat Belt without Hooks 3:24
Kimura Trap #1 - Earl Grey/Tea Bag 5:12
Kimura Trap #2 - Side Drop 7:21
Outro 9:09

 

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So, What Exactly Do You Get?

PART 1

  • INTRO
  • CONCEPTS

  • POWER LINE & POINTS OF CONTROL
  • SEAT BELT VS BACKPACK
  • GRIPS
  • PART 2

    CHOKES FROM BACKPACK

  • GABLE GRIP CHOKE
  • BOW'N ARROW #1
  • BOW'N ARROW #2
  • COLLAR CHOKE #1
  • COLLAR CHOKE #2
  • PAPER CUTTER CHOKE
  • LAPEL "CHOP" CHOKE
  • LAPEL PAPER CUTTER CHOKE
  • LAPEL BOW'N ARROW
  • LAPEL "CHICKEN WING" CHOKE
  • PART 3

    ARM BARS AND TRIANGLES

  • ARM BAR
  • HEAD WRENCH
  • "SHOTGUN" ARM BAR
  • HAMMER LOCK/WRIST LOCK
  • TRIANGLE #1 - CHOKE
  • TRIANGLE #2 - SHOULDER LOCK
  • TRIANGLE #3 - ARM BAR
  • TRIANGLE #4 - CHOKE
  • TRIANGLE #5 - ARM BAR
  • TRIANGLE #6 - "SHOT GUN" ARM BAR
  • TRIANGLE #7 - OMOPLATA
  • PART 4

    TRANSITIONS TO BACKPACK

  • SEAT BELT WITH HOOKS
  • SEAT BELT WITHOUT HOOKS
  • KIMURA TRAP #1 - EARL GREY/TEA BAG
  • KIMURA TRAP #2 - SIDE DROP
  • OUTRO
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