The Pretzel Grip Guillotine System by Denny Prokopos
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- Explore the submission from all positions such as closed guard, z guard, mount, open guard, and so much more.
- Check out some of the highest level setups and defensive tactics and make sure you are proficient from standing and from the ground.
- Watch your game flourish as you incorporate this guillotine system and start making this submission one of your go to attacks.
|What Is The Pretzel Grip||1:09|
|Guillotine 4-5 Steps - Get Grip||4:17|
|Break Posture Your Head Above...||8:19|
|Wrap Neck With Grip Of Choice||10:08|
|Overhook Aristotle Pow Grecian Necktie||13:05|
|Defending Standing - Single At Knee||17:01|
|High C At Knee||18:43|
|Defending From Knees - Double From Knees||19:40|
|Single Leg From Knees||21:36|
|High C To Arm In Guillotine||22:58|
|Front Head Lock - Basic Path Arm In Pretzel Grip||24:50|
|Run Around Opponent Blocks Hip...||28:46|
|Seated Butterfly Aka Cacoon - Butterfly Jj Coco Clinch To Pretzel Grip Guillotine||0|
|Butterfly Jj Coco Clinch - Roll Towards Over To Mount Pretzel Grip Guillotine To Hip In||2:04|
|Over Hook Collar Cervical To Hand Hip Escape To Mount To Cross Feet And Knees||4:47|
|Hellenic Over Hook And Crown To Kick Stomp Knee||6:21|
|Hellenic Overhook With Crown Control To Hip Knee Kick Stomp To Guillotine||7:24|
|Overhook Opponent Looks Down To Pretzel Grip To Tilt To The Prestige||9:10|
|Overhook Opponent Looks Down To Pretzel Grip||11:22|
|Overhook Opponent Looks Down To Pretzel Grip To Drysdale||13:20|
|Overhook Opponent Looks Down To Pretzel Grip To Tilt To Dropping The Hammer||15:32|
|Collar Tie To Snap To Guillotine Headlock To Pretzel Grip||21:32|
|Head Snap When He Looks At Feet - From Knees Grabbing The Feet - Pretzel Grip Guillotine||23:11|
|From Standing Grabbing Feet - Pretzel Grip Guillotine||24:43|
|Classic Pretzel Grip And Arm Ends Across Body||26:10|
|Closed Guard - Sit Up Sweep To Sit Up Sweep To Arm In Pretzel Grip Guillotine||0|
|Sit Up Sweep To Arm Less Pretzel Grip Guillotine||1:42|
|2 On 1 Pull To Sit Up Sweep To Guillotine Arm Less, Arm In, And High Elbow||3:53|
|Over Hook Oponent Posture Strong Elbow Crown Wrap And Finish||5:39|
|Z Guard - Overhook To Wizard To Headloack To Pretzel Grip||7:38|
|Butterfly With Underhook To Headloack To Arm In Pretzel Grip||8:40|
|Top Half Guard - Top Half Guard Arm In Pretzel Grip Choke To Pass To Mount To Hip In Finish||9:41|
|Top Half Guard Arm In Pretzel Grip Choke||10:25|
|Top Half Guard No Arm In Pretzel Grip Choke||11:11|
|Top Half Guard No Arm In Pretzel Grip Choke To Pass To Mount To Hip In Finish||12:34|
|Weak Side No Arm Pretzel Grip Choke From Top Half Finish||15:15|
|Open Guard Passing From Combat Base - Opponent On Back Knee Slice To Opponent Turtles To Arm In Pretzel||16:06|
|Opponent Seated To Shin To Shin Knee Slice To Opponent Turtles To Arm In Pretzel||17:08|
|Opponent On Back Double Under Pass To Opponent Turtles To Arm In Pretzel||17:47|
|Standing Knee Slice Opponent Underhooks Flow With No Arm In Pretzel||18:51|
|Vlad Angle To Front Headlock To Arm In Pretzel||20:37|
|Jj No Arm Pretzel Grip Guillotine||21:47|
|3/4 Mount - Head And Arm To Zombie To Arm In Pretzel Grip Guillotine||22:49|
|Head And Arm To Zombie To No Arm Pretzel Grip Guillotine||24:17|
|Mount - Carley Arm In Pretzel||25:20|
|Carley No Arm Pretzel||26:18|
|Shieldsatein One Arm||27:14|
|Side Control - Head And Arm Control Starting With Deep Under Hook||27:53|
|Old School Control To North South Choke||28:59|
|Truck To Lose Cross Body Control To Arm In Pretzel Grip Guillotine||30:25|
|3/4 Top Turtle To Arm In Pretzel Grip||31:24|
|Top Face Down Arm In Pretzel Grip Guillotine||32:22|
10th-Planet Black Belt Denny Propokos Shows You How To Use His Signature Pretzel Guillotine System To Get More Submissions From This Unorthodox Variation!
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What Will You Learn?
The guillotine is often one of the first submissions newer practitioners learn. Initially it looks like a fairly easy submission to pull off, but as you climb the ranks you understand how complex both the offensive and defensive sides of this move get. Between setting up the submission, maintaining the position, and utilizing proper finishing mechanics; good technique goes a long way when it comes to being successful. In this series, Denny Prokopos covers every aspect of the guillotine, allowing you to master the submission and make it a working part of your game.
Start by learning how to use the pretzel grip and understand all the necessary steps to pulling off a successful guillotine. Apply those principles to master defending the guillotine from the feet, knees, and all other positions. Incorporate fundamental wrestling into your Jiu Jitsu including work from the front headlock as well as the high crotch to arm in guillotine variation shown in this series.
Check out a long list of guillotine options from the butterfly guard, focusing on using an overhook to get the submission every time. Additionally, look at some of the highest level variations on the market from every imaginable guard. Whether you are in top half guard, mount, or side control, utilize these techniques to make sure you know all of your options for pulling off the finish.
Denny Prokopos is a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu black belt, and is Eddie Bravo’s very first black belt. As being one of the most accomplished No-Gi grapplers of his generation, Denny’s high level competition experience speaks for itself. If you truly want to master the guillotine, then look no further. Denny goes over absolutely every aspect of this submission and wastes no time when it comes to turning you into a finishing machine. Check out his instructional now!