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Strangles & Turtle Breakdowns: BJJ Fundamentals - Go Further Faster by John Danaher

Attack gi strangles with more precision and success than ever with Professor John Danaher’s insights and systems into Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu’s most effective chokes

  • Break down the turtle position with systematic techniques to sink in hooks and take the back, including the SINGLE MOST IMPORTANT key to turtle attacks
  • Use Professor John Danaher’s 3x3 approach to gi strangles to maximize your focus on sliding collar strangles, cross collar strangles, and Ezekiel strangles
  • See all the most reliable ways to break someone’s posture and study the central problems of breaking down the turtle position
  • John Danaher is the Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu coach of champion athletes like Gordon Ryan, Garry Tonon, and Georges St. Pierre
  • Study the newest installment of John Danaher’s Go Further, Faster series, made to help Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu students of all ages and skill levels improve faster than ever
  • Know More. Win More.


Course Content

Volume 1

5:48 the major theme of this video: the 3x3 approach to gi strangles
9:33 Understanding The Gi and Strangles
15:35 Sliding Collar Strangle - Demarcation Line
23:44 Wrist flick
28:02:00 How Much is Too Much?
32:01:00 Hands In Unison
35:36:00 Comparing Gi & No Gi Strangulation
39:23:00 3 Alternatives For Control Hand
46:06:00 Single Greatest Advantage of Lapel Strangles
55:07:00 strenghthening the Strangle Hand - 3 Finger Grip
1:04:36 Role of the Thumb on the Strangle Hand
1:16:44 Short & Long Leg Strangles
1:23:37 the Hidden hand
1:29:32 The Strangle Shift and Cross back position

Volume 2

1:07 Sliding Collar Strangle System Step 2 Establishing The Strangle Hand
5:16 Sliding Collar Strangle System Step 3 Establishing Control Hand
9:05 Sliding Collar Strangle System Step 4: Maximizing Mechanical Power 4 Key Ingredients
11:46 Full Mastery of the sliding collar strangle
20:03 System Modification
34:51:00 System Modification 2
44:06:00 System Modification 3
49:29:00 Strangling Without Hooks - Clock Strangle
54:10:00 Clock Strangle - Foot Work
1:08:04 Clock Strangle - Throwing Weight Onto Your Hands
1:13:15 Clock Strangle - Walking The Circle
1:20:15 Clock Strangle - Unified Hands are Opposing Hands
1:23:55 Clock Strangle - Power of Sprawling Finish
1:27:02 Clock Stranlge - Critical Role of Head Position
1:29:44 Clock Strangle - Nullifying Defense
1:31:54 Clock Strangle - Nullifying Defense 2
1:34:38 Clock Strangle - Alternative Grips

Volume 3

2:25 Cross Collar Strangles - Strangle Hand & Finishing Hand
5:28 Cross Collar Strangles - Setting The Lapels
8:46 Cross Collar Strangles - Setting Strangle Hand
12:44 Cross Collar Strangles - Biting Method
17:40 Cross Collar Strangle - Setting Finishing Hand
21:46 Cross Collar Strangle - Head Position
26:15:00 Cross Collar Strangle - Directionality of Force
32:28:00 Juji Jime - A dilemma based attack
39:56:00 Juji Jime - Bottom Position Kuzushi Based Method
45:55:00 Juji Jime Bottom Position Fighting Through The Hands - High Elbow / Low Elbow
53:58:00 Juji Jime From Mounted Position
1:03:58 Mounted Juji Jime - Setting The Finishing Hand
1:13:51 Troubleshooting Mounted Juji Jime
1:26:47 Troubleshooting Mounted Juji Jime 2
1:33:25 Variations of Juji Jime - Kata Juji Jime

Volume 4

4:38 Kata Juji Jime from Front Side Top Turtle Position
8:34 Using your Legs in Kata Juji Jime
12:23 Spinning Juji Jime
23:17 Spinning Juji Jime 2
32:09:00 Sprawling Juji Jime
45:17:00 Troubleshooting Sprawling Juji Jime
50:16:00 Juji Jime - Cross Collar Strangle From Open Guard
55:52:00 Low Lapel Juji Jime

Volume 5

3:03 Combat Applications of the Back Ezekiel
17:32 The Front Ezekiel Strangle
24:28:00 The Single Biggest Problem Associated with Front Ezekiel and solution
35:35:00 rear strangle system order of operations
47:47:00 Bonus: Low Lapel Strangle

Volume 6

3:16 The Fundamental Dilemma Upon Which Our Turtle Breakdowns Are Based
9:59 The 2 Central Problems Of Turtle Breakdowns - First Problem: Escapes and Counters
14:44 Second Problem: The Elbow Knee Connection
22:27 Four Stances From Which To Attack Turtle Position
25:39:00 The Three Main Targets Of Your Turtle Attacks - target #1: The Hips
43:24:00 Target #2: The Head
58:17:00 Target #3: The Wrists
1:05:50 Which Hook Should I Put In First: Near Side Or Far Side?

Volume 7

6:16 The Theory Of The Clock
14:56 The Easiest And Most Practical Way To Use Clock Theory To Your Advantage
22:24 Scoring From The Hip Breakdown
32:22:00 Scoring From The Seated Breakdown
48:04:00 Scoring From The Shoulder Breakdown

Volume 8

18:28 Seat Belt Roll Method
23:14 Back Crucifix Method
32:10:00 Kimura Method

Strangles & Turtle Breakdowns: BJJ Fundamentals - Go Further Faster by John Danaher

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Attack gi strangles with more precision and success than ever with Professor John Danaher’s insights and systems into Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu’s most effective chokes

  • Break down the turtle position with systematic techniques to sink in hooks and take the back, including the SINGLE MOST IMPORTANT key to turtle attacks
  • Use Professor John Danaher’s 3x3 approach to gi strangles to maximize your focus on sliding collar strangles, cross collar strangles, and Ezekiel strangles
  • See all the most reliable ways to break someone’s posture and study the central problems of breaking down the turtle position
  • John Danaher is the Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu coach of champion athletes like Gordon Ryan, Garry Tonon, and Georges St. Pierre
  • Study the newest installment of John Danaher’s Go Further, Faster series, made to help Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu students of all ages and skill levels improve faster than ever
  • Know More. Win More.


Course Content

Volume 1

5:48 the major theme of this video: the 3x3 approach to gi strangles
9:33 Understanding The Gi and Strangles
15:35 Sliding Collar Strangle - Demarcation Line
23:44 Wrist flick
28:02:00 How Much is Too Much?
32:01:00 Hands In Unison
35:36:00 Comparing Gi & No Gi Strangulation
39:23:00 3 Alternatives For Control Hand
46:06:00 Single Greatest Advantage of Lapel Strangles
55:07:00 strenghthening the Strangle Hand - 3 Finger Grip
1:04:36 Role of the Thumb on the Strangle Hand
1:16:44 Short & Long Leg Strangles
1:23:37 the Hidden hand
1:29:32 The Strangle Shift and Cross back position

Volume 2

1:07 Sliding Collar Strangle System Step 2 Establishing The Strangle Hand
5:16 Sliding Collar Strangle System Step 3 Establishing Control Hand
9:05 Sliding Collar Strangle System Step 4: Maximizing Mechanical Power 4 Key Ingredients
11:46 Full Mastery of the sliding collar strangle
20:03 System Modification
34:51:00 System Modification 2
44:06:00 System Modification 3
49:29:00 Strangling Without Hooks - Clock Strangle
54:10:00 Clock Strangle - Foot Work
1:08:04 Clock Strangle - Throwing Weight Onto Your Hands
1:13:15 Clock Strangle - Walking The Circle
1:20:15 Clock Strangle - Unified Hands are Opposing Hands
1:23:55 Clock Strangle - Power of Sprawling Finish
1:27:02 Clock Stranlge - Critical Role of Head Position
1:29:44 Clock Strangle - Nullifying Defense
1:31:54 Clock Strangle - Nullifying Defense 2
1:34:38 Clock Strangle - Alternative Grips

Volume 3

2:25 Cross Collar Strangles - Strangle Hand & Finishing Hand
5:28 Cross Collar Strangles - Setting The Lapels
8:46 Cross Collar Strangles - Setting Strangle Hand
12:44 Cross Collar Strangles - Biting Method
17:40 Cross Collar Strangle - Setting Finishing Hand
21:46 Cross Collar Strangle - Head Position
26:15:00 Cross Collar Strangle - Directionality of Force
32:28:00 Juji Jime - A dilemma based attack
39:56:00 Juji Jime - Bottom Position Kuzushi Based Method
45:55:00 Juji Jime Bottom Position Fighting Through The Hands - High Elbow / Low Elbow
53:58:00 Juji Jime From Mounted Position
1:03:58 Mounted Juji Jime - Setting The Finishing Hand
1:13:51 Troubleshooting Mounted Juji Jime
1:26:47 Troubleshooting Mounted Juji Jime 2
1:33:25 Variations of Juji Jime - Kata Juji Jime

Volume 4

4:38 Kata Juji Jime from Front Side Top Turtle Position
8:34 Using your Legs in Kata Juji Jime
12:23 Spinning Juji Jime
23:17 Spinning Juji Jime 2
32:09:00 Sprawling Juji Jime
45:17:00 Troubleshooting Sprawling Juji Jime
50:16:00 Juji Jime - Cross Collar Strangle From Open Guard
55:52:00 Low Lapel Juji Jime

Volume 5

3:03 Combat Applications of the Back Ezekiel
17:32 The Front Ezekiel Strangle
24:28:00 The Single Biggest Problem Associated with Front Ezekiel and solution
35:35:00 rear strangle system order of operations
47:47:00 Bonus: Low Lapel Strangle

Volume 6

3:16 The Fundamental Dilemma Upon Which Our Turtle Breakdowns Are Based
9:59 The 2 Central Problems Of Turtle Breakdowns - First Problem: Escapes and Counters
14:44 Second Problem: The Elbow Knee Connection
22:27 Four Stances From Which To Attack Turtle Position
25:39:00 The Three Main Targets Of Your Turtle Attacks - target #1: The Hips
43:24:00 Target #2: The Head
58:17:00 Target #3: The Wrists
1:05:50 Which Hook Should I Put In First: Near Side Or Far Side?

Volume 7

6:16 The Theory Of The Clock
14:56 The Easiest And Most Practical Way To Use Clock Theory To Your Advantage
22:24 Scoring From The Hip Breakdown
32:22:00 Scoring From The Seated Breakdown
48:04:00 Scoring From The Shoulder Breakdown

Volume 8

18:28 Seat Belt Roll Method
23:14 Back Crucifix Method
32:10:00 Kimura Method

Learn Professor John Danaher’s Masterful Insights Into Turtle Breakdowns and Gi Strangles - Including the 3x3 Approach That Will Change The Way You Attack The Back

Grappling’s Most Sought After Coach Teaches The Fundamentals Behind Securing Your Hooks And Sinking In Some Of The Tightest Strangles In The World

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What Will You Learn?

Sink in your strangles and learn how to use the gi like a weapon, as the most sought after grappling coach in the world, John Danaher, teaches the fundamentals of breaking down the turtle position and strangling in the gi on this new 8-volume installment of his Go Further, Faster series. This series is a masterclass in the precise techniques, central problems, and key details that John uses for the critical skill of strangling with the gi.

Attack for strangles using John’s 3x3 approach, where he shows you the three main gi strangles that work at every level of competition and the three situations we hit them from. Gain better insight than ever into sliding collar strangles, cross collar strangles, and Ezekiel strangles, as well as all the positions we can start to find them in John’s fundamental method of attack.

Crack even the most stubborn turtle positions with Professor Danaher’s method for breaking down the turtle position. Sink in your hooks, establish real control, and get to work attacking the neck as John Danaher takes you step-by-step through his method for breaking their position. With John’s insights into the central problems and key solutions to the position, you can improve faster than ever here.

This is the latest in John Danaher’s Go Further, Faster series, where he teaches the fundamentals behind Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, so you can improve your grappling faster than ever, with more technique and knowledge. It’s John’s belief that if you know more, you win more, and with this series, you can start winning more with turtle breakdowns and strangles in the gi.

So, What Exactly Is On This Series?

Part 1:

  • Overview 
  • Introduction to strangles 
  • The major theme of this video: the 3x3 approach to gi strangles 
  • Understanding The Gi and Strangles 
  • Sliding Collar Strangle 
  • Demarcation Line 
  • Wrist flick
  • How Much is Too Much? 
  • Hands In Unison 
  • Comparing Gi & No Gi Strangulation 
  • 3 Alternatives For Control Hand
  • Single Greatest Advantage of Lapel Strangles 
  • Strengthening the Strangle Hand
  • 3 Finger Grip 
  • Role of the Thumb on the Strangle Hand 
  • Short & Long Leg Strangles 
  • the Hidden hand 
  • The Strangle Shift and Cross back position

Part 2:

  • Sliding Collar Strangle System Overview
  • Sliding Collar Strangle System Step 1 Establishing Your Position 
  • Sliding Collar Strangle System Step 2 Establishing The Strangle Hand
  • Sliding Collar Strangle System Step 3 Establishing Control Hand 
  • Sliding Collar Strangle System Step 4: Maximizing Mechanical Power 4 Key Ingredients 
  • Full Mastery of the sliding collar strangle 
  • System Modification 
  • System Modification 2 
  • System Modification 3
  • Strangling Without Hooks 
  • Clock Strangle 
  • Clock Strangle 
  • Foot Work 
  • Clock Strangle
  • Throwing Weight Onto Your Hands 
  • Clock Strangle
  • Walking The Circle 
  • Clock Strangle
  • Unified Hands are Opposing Hands 
  • Clock Strangle
  • Power of Sprawling Finish 
  • Clock Strangle 
  • Critical Role of Head Position 
  • Clock Strangle
  • Nullifying Defense
  • Clock Strangle 
  • Nullifying Defense 2 
  • Clock Strangle 
  • Alternative Grips 

Part 3:

  • Cross Collar Strangle 
  • Juji Jime 
  • Cross Collar Strangles
  • Preliminaries 
  • Cross Collar Strangles 
  • Strangle Hand & Finishing Hand 
  • Cross Collar Strangles 
  • Setting The Lapels 
  • Cross Collar Strangles
  • Setting Strangle Hand 
  • Cross Collar Strangles 
  • Biting Method 
  • Cross Collar Strangle 
  • Setting Finishing Hand 
  • Cross Collar Strangle 
  • Head Position
  • Cross Collar Strangle 
  • Directionality of Force 
  • Juji Jime - A dilemma based attack 
  • Juji Jime - Bottom Position Kuzushi Based Method 
  • Juji Jime Bottom Position Fighting Through The Hands - High Elbow / Low Elbow 
  • Juji Jime From Mounted Position 
  • Mounted Juji Jime
  • Setting The Finishing Hand 
  • Troubleshooting Mounted Juji Jime 
  • Troubleshooting Mounted Juji Jime 2 
  • Variations of Juji Jime
  • Kata Juji Jime 

Part 4:

  • Kata Juji Jime Open Guard Position 
  • Kata Juji Jime Open Guard Position 2 
  • Kata Juji Jime from Front Side Top Turtle Position 
  • Using your Legs in Kata Juji Jime 
  • Spinning Juji Jime 
  • Spinning Juji Jime 2 
  • Sprawling Juji Jime 
  • Troubleshooting Sprawling Juji Jime
  • Juji Jime - Cross Collar Strangle From Open Guard 
  • Low Lapel Juji Jime

Part 5:

  • The Ezekiel Strangle: Sode Guruma 
  • The Relationship between the back Ezekiel and the sliding collar 
  • Combat Applications of the Back Ezekiel 
  • The Front Ezekiel Strangle 
  • The Single Biggest Problem Associated with Front Ezekiel and solution 
  • Rear strangle system order of operations 
  • Bonus: Low Lapel Strangle

Part 6:

  • Overview of turtle breakdowns 
  • Understanding The Problem: The Main Variations Of Turtle Position 
  • The Fundamental Dilemma Upon Which Our Turtle Breakdowns Are Based 
  • The 2 Central Problems Of Turtle Breakdowns 
  • First Problem: Escapes and Counters 
  • Second Problem: The Elbow Knee Connection 
  • Four Stances From Which To Attack Turtle Position 
  • The Three Main Targets Of Your Turtle Attacks 
  • Target #1: The Hips 
  • Target #2: The Head 
  • Target #3: The Wrists
  • Which Hook Should I Put In First: Near Side Or Far Side? 

Part 7:

  • The Single Most Important Lesson Of This Video: Start By Breaking Your Opponent’s Stance 
  • Degrading Your Opponent’s Athletic Potential 
  • Breaking Your Opponent Down To A Hip 
  • The Theory Of The Clock 
  • The Easiest And Most Practical Way To Use Clock Theory To Your Advantage 
  • Scoring From The Hip Breakdown 
  • Scoring From The Seated Breakdown 
  • Scoring From The Shoulder Breakdown

Part 8:

  • Attacking turtle Position When You Can not Break Your Opponent Down 
  • The Two On One Method 
  • Reverse Tight Waist Two On One Method 
  • Seat Belt Roll Method 
  • Back Crucifix Method 
  • Kimura Method 

So, What Does It All Cost?

$197

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