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Systematically Attacking The Guard 2.0 by Gordon Ryan

Attack The Guard In A Whole New Way With Gordon “The King” Ryan’s System For Passing That Gordon Calls “The Real Way To Pass Good Guards” - Including His Secret High Stepping Method That He’s Been Crushing The Competition With!
  • Gordon “The King” Ryan is a multiple-time ADCC champion who is the most dominant and technical no-gi grappler on Earth, and this is your chance to learn his incredibly effective loose passing system!
  • Combine your techniques to be able to move through stubborn guards, including specific positions like Reverse De La Riva, De La Riva, ashi garami, and more
  • Hear Gordon’s methodology and advice on how to use this system to revolutionize your guard passing, including his new philosophy for you to work by
  • See why the flanking position is so powerful and how you can weaponize the j point at all-times as you force your way around and through the guard
  • See actual rolling footage from the gym as Gordon puts this system into action and then breaks down exactly what he was doing so you can see the techniques in motion                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                

Digital Video + Flow Chart & Visual Notes

Watching our videos is the best way to learn, but it can be hard to remember everything. Deepen your understanding of the concepts in this video by adding flowcharts, plus notes with embedded videos. You’ll learn this system better and more quickly!

Course Content

Expand All Sections

Volume 1

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Intro to Passing 2.0 0
The New Philosophy 8:27
Cranial Shift 16:30
Mastering Leg Locks to Matering Guard Passing 21:25
Overview 25:38:00
The Beauty of Half Guard 28:22:00
Approaching a Supine Guard 31:35:00
Toreando Footwork 36:43:00
Creating Tension in the Legs 44:23:00
Feinting 47:03:00

Volume 2

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Toreando to Side Control 0
Toreando to Knee on Belly 3.48.00
Toreando to Cross Shin Pin 8.19.00
Passing From a Cross Shin Pin 12.56.00
Side to Side Toreandos 18.01.00
Camping on a Naive Opponent 19.28.00
Toreando to Camping 24.54
The Battle of Knee and Elbow Connection 27.52
Upward Facing Vs Outward Facing Knee 29.16.00
Passing Vs Upward Facing Knee 30.11.00
Passing Vs Outward Facing Knee 37.58.12

Volume 3

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Gripping Battle at the Knee 0
Passing on the Grip Strip 5.36.00
Using a Shin Pin to Maintain Camp 16.44.12
Pommeling Vs Opponent's Extended Leg 23.33.36
Forcing Half Guard 33.25.00

Volume 4

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Intro to High Step Passing 0
Toreando/High Step Dilemma 4.44.00
Setups From Reverse De La Riva/Split Squat 8.53.00
Setups From J Point Camping 11.52.00
setups from knee shield & butterfly half guard 14.49.00
Setups From Irimi Ashi Garami 19.12.00
Preventing a Reap 23.02.00
The Ideal 27.36.00
Back Step Vs Front Pommel Dilemma 30.49.24
Opponent's Reaction - Naive Vs Talented 32.36.12
Passing a Naive Opponent 35.32.00
Passing a Talented Opponent 44.17.00

Volume 5

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Rebooting the System 0
Partner Grabs the Legs 3.11.00
High Step Vs Loose Grip 5.48.00
Kick Out Vs Tighter Grip 9.03.00
High Step/Kick Out Dilemma Vs Ultra Sticky Grip 11.20.00
Passing Vs Tight Scoop Grip - Robustness of Grip Vs Exposure of the Ankle 13.15.00
Passing After Losing Control of Opponent's Far Leg 18.57.00
Countering a Full Inversion 23.46.00
Segway to North South 29.24.00
Camping to North South 30.30.00
High Stepping to North South 37.12.00
North South Back to Camping 40.46.00

Volume 6

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Opponent Reguards Moving Immediately to a Flank 0
Intro to High Stepping From Outside De La Riva 2.48.00
Clearing an Initial Grip Move to Toreando 4.35.00
Clearing a Grip and Baiting Reverse De La Riva 8.08.00
Forcing Far Side Reverse De La Riva 11.03.00
Clearing a Loose Ankle Grip 15.23.00
Clearing a Tight Ankle Grip 20.27.00
Clearing a Scoop Grip From Outside De La Riva 23.26.00
Shuffling to North South 29.54.00
Outro 32.19.00

Volume 7

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Roll 1 - Alex 0
Roll 2 - Ruben 15.58.00
Roll 3 - Drew 33.17.00
Roll 4 - Placido 52.10.00
Roll 5 - Cristos 1.06.08.00

Volume 8

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Roll Commentary 1 - Alex 0
Roll Commentary 2 - Ruben 5.14.00
Roll Commentary 3 - Drew 10.19.00
Roll Commentary 4 - Placido 15.24.00
Roll Commentary 5 - Cristos 20.30.00

Attack The Guard In A Whole New Way With Gordon “The King” Ryan’s System For Passing That Gordon Calls “The Real Way To Pass Good Guards” - Including His Secret High Stepping Method That He’s Been Crushing The Competition With!

Check Out Sample!

What Will You Learn?

Change the whole way you approach guard passing with Gordon Ryan’s guide to using loose passing to create a system that lets you put constant pressure on the opposition. Over 8-volumes, Gordon breaks down his entire arsenal of toreandos, high step passes, flanking passes, and more that he combines into a system that anyone can use to upgrade their top game.

Gordon has been tearing up the competition with his methods for high stepping through and toreando passing around the guard, making his opponents constantly work until he breaks down their defenses and takes total control. Now you can learn all of those techniques, strategies, central problems, and more as Gordon breaks down everything you’ll need to know.

Watch these systems in action as Gordon rolls live in the gym and then breaks down each roll - for you to see what he’s doing and hear why he’s doing it. Work with the most upgraded and modern no-gi passing as Gordon shows you how to pummel and pass from De La Riva, ashi garami, reverse De La Riva, and more - and why you must use the flanking position as often as possible for your best passing results.

Don’t miss this chance to get an entirely new outlook on your guard passing with this series on how to turn loose passing into real pressure. With this new philosophy, grapplers of all levels can keep people off their legs longer, stay on offense, and create reliable passes that change their whole game for the better.

So, What Exactly Do You Get?

PART 1

  • INTRO TO PASSING 2.0
  • THE NEW PHILOSOPHY
  • CRANIAL SHIFT
  • MASTERING LEG LOCKS TO MASTERING GUARD PASSING
  • OVERVIEW
  • THE BEAUTY OF HALF GUARD
  • APPROACHING A SUPINE GUARD
  • TOREANDO FOOTWORK
  • CREATING TENSION IN THE LEGS
  • FEINTING
  • PART 2

  • TOREANDO TO SIDE CONTROL
  • TOREANDO TO KNEE ON BELLY
  • TOREANDO TO CROSS SHIN PIN
  • PASSING FROM A CROSS SHIN PIN
  • SIDE TO SIDE TOREANDOS
  • CAMPING ON A NAIVE OPPONENT
  • TOREANDO TO CAMPING
  • THE BATTLE OF KNEE AND ELBOW CONNECTION
  • UPWARD FACING VS OUTWARD FACING KNEE
  • PASSING VS UPWARD FACING KNEE
  • PASSING VS OUTWARD FACING KNEE
  • PART 3

  • GRIPPING BATTLE AT THE KNEE
  • PASSING ON THE GRIP STRIP
  • USING A SHIN TO MAINTAIN CAMP
  • POMMELING VS OPPONENT'S EXTENDED LEG
  • FORCING HALF GUARD
  • PART 4

  • INTRO TO HIGH STEP PASSING
  • TOREANDO/HIGH STEP DILEMMA
  • SETUPS FROM REVERSE DE LA RIVA/SPLIT SQUAT
  • SETUPS FROM J POINT CAMPING
  • SETUPS FROM KNEE SHIELD & BUTTERFLY HALF GUARD
  • SETUPS FROM IRIMI ASHI GARAMI
  • PREVENTING A REAP
  • THE IDEAL
  • BACK STEP VS FRONT POMMEL DILEMMA
  • OPPONENT'S REACTION - NAIVE VS TALENTED
  • PASSING A NAIVE OPPONENT
  • PASSING A TALENTED OPPONENT
  • PART 5

  • REBOOTING THE SYSTEM
  • PARTNER GRABS THE LEGS
  • HIGH STEP VS LOOSE GRIP
  • KICK OUT VS TIGHTER GRIP
  • HIGH STEP/KICK OUT DILEMMA VS ULTRA STICKY GRIP
  • PASSING VS TIGHT SCOOP GRIP - ROBUSTNESS OF GRIP VS EXPOSURE OF THE ANKLE
  • PASSING AFTER LOSING CONTROL OF OPPONENT'S FAR LEG
  • COUNTERING A FULL INVERSION
  • SEGWAY TO NORTH SOUTH
  • CAMPING TO NORTH SOUTH
  • HIGH STEPPING TO NORTH SOUTH
  • NORTH SOUTH BACK TO CAMPING
  • PART 6

  • OPPONENT REGUARDS MOVING IMMEDIATELY TO A FLANK
  • INTRO TO HIGH STEPPING FROM OUTSIDE DE LA RIVA
  • CLEARING AN INITIAL GRIP MOVE TO TOREANDO
  • CLEARING A GRIP AND BAITING REVERSE DE LA RIVA
  • FORCING FAR SIDE REVERSE DE LA RIVA
  • CLEARING A LOOSE ANKLE GRIP
  • CLEARING A TIGHT ANKLE GRIP
  • CLEARING A SCOOP GRIP FROM OUTSIDE DE LA RIVA
  • SHUFFLING TO NORTH SOUTH
  • OUTRO
  • PART 7

  • ALEX
  • RUBEN
  • DREW
  • PLACIDO
  • CHRISTOS
  • PART 8

  • ALEX
  • RUBEN
  • DREW
  • PLACIDO
  • CHRISTOS
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    Attack The Guard In A Whole New Way With Gordon “The King” Ryan’s System For Passing That Gordon Calls “The Real Way To Pass Good Guards” - Including His Secret High Stepping Method That He’s Been Crushing The Competition With!
    • Gordon “The King” Ryan is a multiple-time ADCC champion who is the most dominant and technical no-gi grappler on Earth, and this is your chance to learn his incredibly effective loose passing system!
    • Combine your techniques to be able to move through stubborn guards, including specific positions like Reverse De La Riva, De La Riva, ashi garami, and more
    • Hear Gordon’s methodology and advice on how to use this system to revolutionize your guard passing, including his new philosophy for you to work by
    • See why the flanking position is so powerful and how you can weaponize the j point at all-times as you force your way around and through the guard
    • See actual rolling footage from the gym as Gordon puts this system into action and then breaks down exactly what he was doing so you can see the techniques in motion                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                

    Digital Video + Flow Chart & Visual Notes

    Watching our videos is the best way to learn, but it can be hard to remember everything. Deepen your understanding of the concepts in this video by adding flowcharts, plus notes with embedded videos. You’ll learn this system better and more quickly!

    Course Content

    Expand All Sections

    Volume 1

    CHAPTER TITLE
    START TIME
    Intro to Passing 2.0 0
    The New Philosophy 8:27
    Cranial Shift 16:30
    Mastering Leg Locks to Matering Guard Passing 21:25
    Overview 25:38:00
    The Beauty of Half Guard 28:22:00
    Approaching a Supine Guard 31:35:00
    Toreando Footwork 36:43:00
    Creating Tension in the Legs 44:23:00
    Feinting 47:03:00

    Volume 2

    CHAPTER TITLE
    START TIME
    Toreando to Side Control 0
    Toreando to Knee on Belly 3.48.00
    Toreando to Cross Shin Pin 8.19.00
    Passing From a Cross Shin Pin 12.56.00
    Side to Side Toreandos 18.01.00
    Camping on a Naive Opponent 19.28.00
    Toreando to Camping 24.54
    The Battle of Knee and Elbow Connection 27.52
    Upward Facing Vs Outward Facing Knee 29.16.00
    Passing Vs Upward Facing Knee 30.11.00
    Passing Vs Outward Facing Knee 37.58.12

    Volume 3

    CHAPTER TITLE
    START TIME
    Gripping Battle at the Knee 0
    Passing on the Grip Strip 5.36.00
    Using a Shin Pin to Maintain Camp 16.44.12
    Pommeling Vs Opponent's Extended Leg 23.33.36
    Forcing Half Guard 33.25.00

    Volume 4

    CHAPTER TITLE
    START TIME
    Intro to High Step Passing 0
    Toreando/High Step Dilemma 4.44.00
    Setups From Reverse De La Riva/Split Squat 8.53.00
    Setups From J Point Camping 11.52.00
    setups from knee shield & butterfly half guard 14.49.00
    Setups From Irimi Ashi Garami 19.12.00
    Preventing a Reap 23.02.00
    The Ideal 27.36.00
    Back Step Vs Front Pommel Dilemma 30.49.24
    Opponent's Reaction - Naive Vs Talented 32.36.12
    Passing a Naive Opponent 35.32.00
    Passing a Talented Opponent 44.17.00

    Volume 5

    CHAPTER TITLE
    START TIME
    Rebooting the System 0
    Partner Grabs the Legs 3.11.00
    High Step Vs Loose Grip 5.48.00
    Kick Out Vs Tighter Grip 9.03.00
    High Step/Kick Out Dilemma Vs Ultra Sticky Grip 11.20.00
    Passing Vs Tight Scoop Grip - Robustness of Grip Vs Exposure of the Ankle 13.15.00
    Passing After Losing Control of Opponent's Far Leg 18.57.00
    Countering a Full Inversion 23.46.00
    Segway to North South 29.24.00
    Camping to North South 30.30.00
    High Stepping to North South 37.12.00
    North South Back to Camping 40.46.00

    Volume 6

    CHAPTER TITLE
    START TIME
    Opponent Reguards Moving Immediately to a Flank 0
    Intro to High Stepping From Outside De La Riva 2.48.00
    Clearing an Initial Grip Move to Toreando 4.35.00
    Clearing a Grip and Baiting Reverse De La Riva 8.08.00
    Forcing Far Side Reverse De La Riva 11.03.00
    Clearing a Loose Ankle Grip 15.23.00
    Clearing a Tight Ankle Grip 20.27.00
    Clearing a Scoop Grip From Outside De La Riva 23.26.00
    Shuffling to North South 29.54.00
    Outro 32.19.00

    Volume 7

    CHAPTER TITLE
    START TIME
    Roll 1 - Alex 0
    Roll 2 - Ruben 15.58.00
    Roll 3 - Drew 33.17.00
    Roll 4 - Placido 52.10.00
    Roll 5 - Cristos 1.06.08.00

    Volume 8

    CHAPTER TITLE
    START TIME
    Roll Commentary 1 - Alex 0
    Roll Commentary 2 - Ruben 5.14.00
    Roll Commentary 3 - Drew 10.19.00
    Roll Commentary 4 - Placido 15.24.00
    Roll Commentary 5 - Cristos 20.30.00

    Attack The Guard In A Whole New Way With Gordon “The King” Ryan’s System For Passing That Gordon Calls “The Real Way To Pass Good Guards” - Including His Secret High Stepping Method That He’s Been Crushing The Competition With!

    Check Out Sample!

    What Will You Learn?

    Change the whole way you approach guard passing with Gordon Ryan’s guide to using loose passing to create a system that lets you put constant pressure on the opposition. Over 8-volumes, Gordon breaks down his entire arsenal of toreandos, high step passes, flanking passes, and more that he combines into a system that anyone can use to upgrade their top game.

    Gordon has been tearing up the competition with his methods for high stepping through and toreando passing around the guard, making his opponents constantly work until he breaks down their defenses and takes total control. Now you can learn all of those techniques, strategies, central problems, and more as Gordon breaks down everything you’ll need to know.

    Watch these systems in action as Gordon rolls live in the gym and then breaks down each roll - for you to see what he’s doing and hear why he’s doing it. Work with the most upgraded and modern no-gi passing as Gordon shows you how to pummel and pass from De La Riva, ashi garami, reverse De La Riva, and more - and why you must use the flanking position as often as possible for your best passing results.

    Don’t miss this chance to get an entirely new outlook on your guard passing with this series on how to turn loose passing into real pressure. With this new philosophy, grapplers of all levels can keep people off their legs longer, stay on offense, and create reliable passes that change their whole game for the better.

    So, What Exactly Do You Get?

    PART 1

  • INTRO TO PASSING 2.0
  • THE NEW PHILOSOPHY
  • CRANIAL SHIFT
  • MASTERING LEG LOCKS TO MASTERING GUARD PASSING
  • OVERVIEW
  • THE BEAUTY OF HALF GUARD
  • APPROACHING A SUPINE GUARD
  • TOREANDO FOOTWORK
  • CREATING TENSION IN THE LEGS
  • FEINTING
  • PART 2

  • TOREANDO TO SIDE CONTROL
  • TOREANDO TO KNEE ON BELLY
  • TOREANDO TO CROSS SHIN PIN
  • PASSING FROM A CROSS SHIN PIN
  • SIDE TO SIDE TOREANDOS
  • CAMPING ON A NAIVE OPPONENT
  • TOREANDO TO CAMPING
  • THE BATTLE OF KNEE AND ELBOW CONNECTION
  • UPWARD FACING VS OUTWARD FACING KNEE
  • PASSING VS UPWARD FACING KNEE
  • PASSING VS OUTWARD FACING KNEE
  • PART 3

  • GRIPPING BATTLE AT THE KNEE
  • PASSING ON THE GRIP STRIP
  • USING A SHIN TO MAINTAIN CAMP
  • POMMELING VS OPPONENT'S EXTENDED LEG
  • FORCING HALF GUARD
  • PART 4

  • INTRO TO HIGH STEP PASSING
  • TOREANDO/HIGH STEP DILEMMA
  • SETUPS FROM REVERSE DE LA RIVA/SPLIT SQUAT
  • SETUPS FROM J POINT CAMPING
  • SETUPS FROM KNEE SHIELD & BUTTERFLY HALF GUARD
  • SETUPS FROM IRIMI ASHI GARAMI
  • PREVENTING A REAP
  • THE IDEAL
  • BACK STEP VS FRONT POMMEL DILEMMA
  • OPPONENT'S REACTION - NAIVE VS TALENTED
  • PASSING A NAIVE OPPONENT
  • PASSING A TALENTED OPPONENT
  • PART 5

  • REBOOTING THE SYSTEM
  • PARTNER GRABS THE LEGS
  • HIGH STEP VS LOOSE GRIP
  • KICK OUT VS TIGHTER GRIP
  • HIGH STEP/KICK OUT DILEMMA VS ULTRA STICKY GRIP
  • PASSING VS TIGHT SCOOP GRIP - ROBUSTNESS OF GRIP VS EXPOSURE OF THE ANKLE
  • PASSING AFTER LOSING CONTROL OF OPPONENT'S FAR LEG
  • COUNTERING A FULL INVERSION
  • SEGWAY TO NORTH SOUTH
  • CAMPING TO NORTH SOUTH
  • HIGH STEPPING TO NORTH SOUTH
  • NORTH SOUTH BACK TO CAMPING
  • PART 6

  • OPPONENT REGUARDS MOVING IMMEDIATELY TO A FLANK
  • INTRO TO HIGH STEPPING FROM OUTSIDE DE LA RIVA
  • CLEARING AN INITIAL GRIP MOVE TO TOREANDO
  • CLEARING A GRIP AND BAITING REVERSE DE LA RIVA
  • FORCING FAR SIDE REVERSE DE LA RIVA
  • CLEARING A LOOSE ANKLE GRIP
  • CLEARING A TIGHT ANKLE GRIP
  • CLEARING A SCOOP GRIP FROM OUTSIDE DE LA RIVA
  • SHUFFLING TO NORTH SOUTH
  • OUTRO
  • PART 7

  • ALEX
  • RUBEN
  • DREW
  • PLACIDO
  • CHRISTOS
  • PART 8

  • ALEX
  • RUBEN
  • DREW
  • PLACIDO
  • CHRISTOS
  • $349


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