Power Ride: A New Philosophy on Pinning by Craig Jones
CRAIG JONESProfessional Fighter
Use Craig’s approach to control to redefine traditional scoring and go beyond points to real control of someone - using this B-Team standard operating procedure
- Combine upper and lower body controls like the claw, the turk, the half nelson, and more into one grappling-specific riding system that keeps your opponents down
- Shut down the turtle with the help of Craig’s advice on using spiral rides, underclaws, kosoto hooks, and more for one unified loop
- Craig is one of the most popular instructors in the world, with ADCC Medals & sustained elite competition success
- Finish fights with systematic submission attempts from your pinning positions, including arm triangles, rear ezekiels, darces, and more
|Traditional Scoring: Points Do Not Mean Control||1:31|
|How Movement Is Created||12:59|
|Where Power is Created||18:36|
|Standard Operating Procedure||22:53|
|Leg Control - Intro||0|
|Upper Body Tools - Introduction||0|
|Arm In Cross Face||27:26|
|Rear Naked Control||30:07|
|Rear Mount Hierarchy||33:53|
|Control Principles from Turtle - Introduction||0|
|Piecing it all together||27:41|
|Creating a Loop||38:20|
|Entries - Side Control||0|
|Control To Submission - Introduction||0|
|Big Girls Don’t Cry||11:09|
|Belly Down Rear Naked||16:22|
Control And Dominate Position With B-Team Grappling Star Craig Jones’s 6-Part Series on Holding Down Talented Opponents And Setting Up Fight-Ending Submissions
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What Will You Learn?
Go beyond points and start learning how to really control someone and hold them down with Australian grappling superstar Craig Jones’s 6-part guide to pinning. With his standard operating procedure, you can get real control and set up fight-ending submission holds without ever sacrificing position.
Learn the best ways to form strong grips and power from top with Craig’s system for applying turks, rear mount, cross faces, claws, and more into upper and lower body controls that all work together. Break down opponents so they can’t get away using these principles and tools for a new grappling arsenal from top position.
Craig Jones is one of the most popular grapplers and instructors in the world, with an ADCC medal from 2019 and many elite victories against some of the best in the game. Now you can learn his formula for dynamically pinning opponents after he has passed the guard - with techniques and concepts that grapplers of all levels can use.
On this six-part series, you’ll get great advice from Craig on how to use some of these control positions to set up submissions, including kimura, darces, arm triangles, and more. These strangles and joint locks will let you get way more taps against your training partners and opponents without ever worrying about giving up control.