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Scientific Gripping Systems For Jiu Jitsu by Travis Stevens

The Gripping Formula That Makes All The Difference No Matter Where You Start: By An Elite BJJ Blackbelt Who Is Also An Olympic Silver Medalist In Judo

  • Travis Stevens is an Olympic Judo Silver Medalist and World Class Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Black Belt
  • Travis is here to teach you the science of gripping
  • All to often we neglect the fundamentals of gripping and don't realize how imperative it is to know the function of a grip
  • Gain an entirely new perspective on grips
  • Transform your entire game

Course Content

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Volume 1

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Collar Grip 0 - 4:16
Cross Collar Grip 4:16 - 9:22
Neck & Back Grip 9:22 - 17:04
Basic Sleeve Grip 17:04 - 27:02
Cross Gripping the Sleeve 27:02 - 34:40
Breaking Collar Grips 34:40 - 44:17

Volume 2

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Breaking Sleeve Grips 0 - 12:44
Breaking Stiff Arms 12:44 - 23:52
Breaking Neck Grips 23:52 - 32:11
Breaking Cross Grips 32:11 - 39:46
Cats Paw Guard 39:46 - 43:46
Pistol Grip guard 43:46 - 47:12

Volume 3

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Judo Grip guard 0 - 3:47
Collar/Cross Collar Grip 3:47 - 10:11
Cross Sleeve 10:11 - 15:47
C-grips 15:47 - 19:30
Belt Grip 19:30 - 25:24
Under & Overhook, Double Unders, Wizzers 25:24 - 32:29
Neck Grip 32:29 - 35:35
Kimura / Reverse Kimura Grip 35:35 - 40:16
Lapel Grip 40:16 - 48:30

Volume 4

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Seat Belt 0 - 4:18
Scoop Grips 4:18 - 7:42
2 on 1 7:42 - 11:44
Body Locks 11:44 - 20:26
Staple Grip 20:26 - 24:07
Claw Grip 24:07 - 26:32
Inverted Grip 26:32 - 30:22
“Y” Grips 30:22 - 33:31
Cat’s Paw Passing 33:31 - 39:53
Judo Grip Passing 39:53 - 44:27
C-Grip Passing 44:27 - 49:12

The Gripping Formula That Makes All The Difference No Matter Where You Start: By An Elite BJJ Blackbelt Who Is Also An Olympic Silver Medalist In Judo

  • Travis Stevens is an Olympic Judo Silver Medalist and World Class Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Black Belt
  • Travis is here to teach you the science of gripping
  • All to often we neglect the fundamentals of gripping and don't realize how imperative it is to know the function of a grip
  • Gain an entirely new perspective on grips
  • Transform your entire game

Course Content

Expand All Sections

Volume 1

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Collar Grip 0 - 4:16
Cross Collar Grip 4:16 - 9:22
Neck & Back Grip 9:22 - 17:04
Basic Sleeve Grip 17:04 - 27:02
Cross Gripping the Sleeve 27:02 - 34:40
Breaking Collar Grips 34:40 - 44:17

Volume 2

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Breaking Sleeve Grips 0 - 12:44
Breaking Stiff Arms 12:44 - 23:52
Breaking Neck Grips 23:52 - 32:11
Breaking Cross Grips 32:11 - 39:46
Cats Paw Guard 39:46 - 43:46
Pistol Grip guard 43:46 - 47:12

Volume 3

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Judo Grip guard 0 - 3:47
Collar/Cross Collar Grip 3:47 - 10:11
Cross Sleeve 10:11 - 15:47
C-grips 15:47 - 19:30
Belt Grip 19:30 - 25:24
Under & Overhook, Double Unders, Wizzers 25:24 - 32:29
Neck Grip 32:29 - 35:35
Kimura / Reverse Kimura Grip 35:35 - 40:16
Lapel Grip 40:16 - 48:30

Volume 4

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Seat Belt 0 - 4:18
Scoop Grips 4:18 - 7:42
2 on 1 7:42 - 11:44
Body Locks 11:44 - 20:26
Staple Grip 20:26 - 24:07
Claw Grip 24:07 - 26:32
Inverted Grip 26:32 - 30:22
“Y” Grips 30:22 - 33:31
Cat’s Paw Passing 33:31 - 39:53
Judo Grip Passing 39:53 - 44:27
C-Grip Passing 44:27 - 49:12

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What Will You Learn?

The Gripping Formula That Makes All The Difference No Matter Where You Start: By An Elite BJJ Blackbelt Who Is Also An Olympic Silver Medalist In Judo

Have you ever rolled with someone and wondered how they can have so much grip strength? It does not come from physical strength, it is accomplished by a scientific approach on how to grip, when to grip, and what to grip. Travis is here to teach you the science of gripping.

Grip fighting is where the fight begins. Typically when you see world class guys who are evenly matched, the differentiating factor is the grips. Who is able to achieve the most dominant grip, and who is able to maintain the best grips.

How often have you tried playing guard or standing and an experienced guy is able to solidify a grip and run around your legs or take you down? We're here to tell you that this is occurring not because your guard is bad or because their passing is good, it is because you lost the initial grip fight.

All to often we neglect the fundamentals of gripping and don't realize how imperative it is to know the function of a grip. Gripping is the single most important detail to every aspect of Jiu Jitsu, passing, guard, throws, takedowns, and even some submissions.
Travis Stevens is an Olympic Judo Silver Medalist, and world class Brazilian Jiu Jitsu black belt under John Danaher - one of the greatest instructors there is.

Have you ever had the opportunity to train with an Olympic Judoka? One of the main focal points of their training is grips. Grip fighting, grip strength, grip choice.

Travis has adapted this philosophy on the importance of grips into his Jiu Jitsu style and he is always able to one up his opponents in the first and most important fight: The Grip Fight.


Travis has a scientific approach on how to grip, when to grip, what to grip and why we grip. He is able to breakdown exactly what the best grips are from a standing position, from the guard, and while passing. So whether you are a guard passer, former wrestler, guard player, or all of the above, you will learn.
One of the most neglected aspects of gripping is being able to develop a gripping system. We assume that grips are par for the course with Jiu Jitsu and that they are part of techniques, not a technique in itself.

What we mean by this is that just like you have a passing system, guard system, or leg lock system you need to have a gripping system. We know, it's really difficult, that's why we're hear to save you some time.

Travis has done the work for you. Travis has spent years and years developing a high level gripping system and now is your opportunity to enhance your grips and learn his gripping system. Travis knows that if he grabs a particular grip from guard, standing or passing, his opponent will react one of a few ways and when they do, this leads him to his next attack.

So, What's On The Series?

Part 1
Collar Grip
Cross Collar Grip
Neck & Back Grip
Basic Sleeve Grip
Cross Gripping the Sleeve
Breaking Collar Grips

Part 2
Breaking Sleeve Grips
Breaking Stiff Arms
Breaking Neck Grips
Breaking Cross Grips
Cats Paw Guard
Pistol Grip Guard

Part 3
Judo Grip Guard
Collar/Cross Collar Grip
Cross Sleeve
C-Grips
Belt Grip
Under & Overhook, Double Unders, Wizzers
Neck Grip
Kimura / Reverse Kimura Grip
Lapel Grip

Part 4
Seat Belt
Scoop Grips
2 on 1
Body Locks
Staple Grip
Claw Grip
Inverted Grip
“Y” Grips
Cat’s Paw Passing
Judo Grip Passing
C-Grip Passing

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