Stopping The Buzzsaw by Andrew Wiltse
Andrew WiltseProfessional Fighter
- Andrew wiltse teaches the unteachable with clear-cut concepts that get you back to your guard!
- Learn to counter and defend the Buzzsaw passing system that Wiltse has helped proliferate throughout the BJJ world.
- Understand key concepts of framing, positioning, grip fighting, and MORE!
- Take on multiple styles of guard passing, and have an answer for high-level passes that are used in top tier competition.
- Build confidence in your guard by making it impassable with Andrew Wiltse!
|0:52||Offensive vs defensive|
|4:13||Safe kick over|
|17:16:00||Proper shrimp mechanics|
|3:00:00||Marcelo sit out|
|7:56:00||When to turtle|
|11:46:00||Going to the matrix off failed passes|
|19:56||5050 off shitty x passes|
|23:50||Counter torque/center line|
|4:30||Defending the flip|
|56:34:00||Turn in wrestle up|
|10:01||Pants grip on back|
|19:08||Collar grips defense|
|30:20:00||Offensive grip fighting. Overview|
|9:27:00||Jumping into guard|
|12:13:00||Cross collar. Getting cross collar|
|20:24:00||Jumping closed guard|
|34:16:00||Collar drag to arm bar|
|47:58:00||Pulling single x|
|5:14||Seated duck under|
|12:10||Pulling spider and lasso|
|15:26||Cross sleeve/2 on 1|
|0:19||Pants grip. Getting pants grip|
|5:19||Turn and wrestle up|
|8:32||Leg grips. Getting leg grips|
|41:45:00||Embracing the cancer|
|48:13:00||Wrestle up with lapel|
|12:53||Defending leg drags|
|20:10||Defending leg weaves|
|2:38||Defending over unders. The dive|
|6:29||Over unders more fucked|
|48:13:00||Chasing the back from shitty double unders|
|1:00:39||Live guard retention with bird|
Stopping The Buzzsaw Is A 6-Part Series That Flips The Script On Andrew Wiltse’s Signature Passing System With Battle-Tested Guard Retention Concepts That Work At ALL Levels!
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What Will You Learn?
Andrew Wiltse is back with another next-level instructional, and this time he sets his sights on how to defeat his own Buzzsaw Passing System. The Buzzsaw style of passing is an aggressive, tempo-controlling style that puts the guard player under constant threat. Andrew applies clear-cut strategies on how to dismantle high level passes that are used at the upper echelon of the sport.
The series focuses on teaching concepts and fundamentals that are often overlooked when covering the broad subject of guard retention. Wiltse applies an analytical approach to his teaching style that will help you learn not only what to do, but why you are doing it. You’ll learn general concepts like framing, positioning, and essential retention movements early on in the series. Gaining a baseline knowledge of how to move and frame from the bottom can help you achieve an all new level of success from the guard.
Wiltse expands into the deep waters of guard retention with his latest instructional. Throughout the 6 parts you’ll encounter next-level details on grip fighting, hook placement, off balancing, and even some lapel trickery that will be sure to stifle even the savviest of guard passers. Take on today’s most used passes like the knee slice, toreando, leg drags, and leg weaves with specific sequences that allow you to stop the pass and immediately put you back into the action.
Controlling tempo from while playing guard is a winning concept that Wiltse expands upon. Tempo is a fancy term for describing who is in control of the action. The Buzzsaw passing system is designed to be an aggressive, high-octane approach to guard passing that overwhelms guard players. Wiltse understands the Buzzsaw better than anyone, and with that his latest series is designed to help you stop the onslaught and regain control of the action!
So, What Exactly Do You Get?