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What Will You Learn?
People who train a lot between gi and no-gi all tend to agree; no-gi just tends to be a little more slippery, fast, and athletic. Unfortunately, while that can be fun, it would seem to limit it to the young and dynamic fighters on the mat, and most masters competitors can get a little nervous taking the gi off. What if they can’t keep up?
What if they face someone faster or stronger, and they can’t slow them down using some strategy around the grips? These are problems if you don’t know how to manage them, but we are here now to put an end to all of that. Now, you can watch and learn as Renzo Gracie black belt and UFC Espanol analyst Mario Delgado shows you everything you need to know to use your experience to your advantage and stay one step ahead of your partners in a young man’s game.
Everyone who takes a class eventually learns the hard way that Brazilian jiu-jitsu is hard on the body, especially if you are passionate about it and want to do it as much as possible. Sparring, working new positions, using your muscles in ways you never used to, it can all lead to some soreness, stiffness, and even injury if you aren’t careful. And as you get older, you have to be more careful. You have to think about what moves are going to take you the furthest and be sharp in your execution. Going in without a game plan might be fun for the teen and adult competitors, but to get the most out of your training, you need to have a system or plan you can work with and that works for you.
That’s where Mario, and his years of experience as a competitor and instructor, comes in, ready to pass on the knowledge he has as the Gracie family’s first-ever Mexican black belt and the head instructor at Renzo Gracie Mexico. Over three volumes, he will lead you through the passes, sweeps, and submissions that you need to keep evolving, even as you balance life on and off the mat.
Plenty of us come to BJJ a little later in life, eager to learn but not always sure what the next steps are. For anyone who is ready to take that next step in testing their game and is ready to try a competition, this is the perfect instructional set, complete with dynamic attacks from the feet and a serious look into the ways that Mario prepares himself and his athletes for serious tournaments. Mario is deliberate in taking you along the process, from the feet, to the mat, to any position you might find yourself in without an answer.
This isn’t just one position or one move broken down in serious detail; this is a full-service system that you can use to evolve your ground game into something tailor-made to keep you in control.
Mario Is A Masters Competitor Who Regularly Smashes Guys Way Younger, And Here Is How
One of the things that Mario really emphasizes over the course of this set is the submission: he’s got a style that is made around getting that tap, not sitting back and trying to count phantom points. He wants to finish the fight, get the submission, and keep rolling to the next challenge. He’s able to threaten from everywhere, and over this instructional set, you will see how he approaches every position, how he puts himself in a position to always be attacking submission threats, and how he is able to regularly close the show. If you want to greatly increase your submission percentages, this is perfect for you.
Instead of worrying about how to keep up with someone younger, stronger, or more dynamic, watch and see those sneaky details that go into controlling and dictating the action, even without a gi to grip onto. With just some simple adjustments, Mario can take you from the guy huffing and puffing while doing your best to scramble around to being the person who is making your opponent do the hard work, always with the knowledge you can control and progress to an even better spot. It’s not magic; it’s just technique, and Mario does a great job of laying out just what to do.
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So, What's On The Series?
Importance of meditation
Arm drag to double leg + collar to counter to double leg
Flying arm bar
Flying arm bar from collar tie
Flying inverted heel hook
Heel hook entry from double elbow control
Front head lock entry
Countering the collar tie with a single leg
Kimura counter to single leg
Opening the closed guard
Straight foot lock + countering the counter
Cross straight foot lock
Defensive posture and passing the open guard
Knee slice bait half guard kimura + smash pass
Knee slice bait to darce choke
Knee slice to front head lock to back take
Defending the side control underhook
Far side arm bar from side control
Side control to mount to arm bar
Closed guard triangle
Closed guard chain attacks
Straight arm triangle from closed guard
High guard arm bar
Reverse de la Riva knee bar
Butterfly to ashi
Knee bar from failed ashi entry
Double leg from butterfly guard
Shotgun arm bar from butterfly
John Wayne sweep + back take
John Wayne to 2 dog fight sweeps