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They Shall Not Pass by Gordon Ryan

Stop getting your guard passed with these retention systems from Gordon “The King” Ryan, as he shows you his method for never giving up bad positions!
  • Gordon Ryan is the ADCC Absolute Champion and one of the best no-gi grapplers of all time, and the consensus best active no-gi grappler competing today.
  • Totally understand your goals and major questions from each position, including against some of grappling’s most common passes.
  • Stop passes like knee cuts, torreando, stacking, and more with this 8-volume technical instructional.
  • Go into Gordon’s system with him as he narrates gym footage of him using his guard retention live, so you can see the technique in action.
  • Learn the most effective ways to retain guard in some of grappling’s most reliable positions, including X guard, half guard, seated guard, and more.


They Shall Not Pass by Gordon Ryan

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Stop getting your guard passed with these retention systems from Gordon “The King” Ryan, as he shows you his method for never giving up bad positions!
  • Gordon Ryan is the ADCC Absolute Champion and one of the best no-gi grapplers of all time, and the consensus best active no-gi grappler competing today.
  • Totally understand your goals and major questions from each position, including against some of grappling’s most common passes.
  • Stop passes like knee cuts, torreando, stacking, and more with this 8-volume technical instructional.
  • Go into Gordon’s system with him as he narrates gym footage of him using his guard retention live, so you can see the technique in action.
  • Learn the most effective ways to retain guard in some of grappling’s most reliable positions, including X guard, half guard, seated guard, and more.


Never Get Your Guard Passed Again And Start Turning The Tables With Gordon “The King” Ryan’s 8-Volume Guide To Systematically Retaining Your Guard And Getting Back On Offense !

 

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What Will You Learn?

 Start winning off your back by mastering one of grappling’s most difficult and tricky skills with Gordon Ryan’s 8-volume master class in retaining your guard. Stop giving up easy guard passes and start turning their attacks into your own offense with Gordon’s dilemmas, guidelines, and techniques for success.

Once you can stop guard passers in their tracks, your bottom guard can reach its potential as you can attack safely. Now, across 8-volumes, you can learn from the best no-gi grappler on Earth as he shows you how he never gets his guard passed and what you can do to start mastering this skill.

Take common and effective passes in grappling like the stack pass, the torreando, the split squat, body lock, and more and totally break them down with Gordon’s help, as he explains the concepts and combinations you’ll need. You can also learn how to retain and defend from offensive positions like X guard, ashi garami, half guard, seated guard, and more.

Go into Gordon’s system with him as he narrates gym footage of him using his guard retention live, so you can see the technique in action. Gordon takes on five opponents in the gym as they try to pass his guard, and he narrates over the footage and breaks down exactly what’s he doing step-by-step,so your guard never gets passed again.

So, What Exactly Do You Get?

PART 1

INTRODUCTION TO GUARD RETENTION

  • OVERVIEW
  • TOP PLAYER'S GOALS
  • BOTTOM PLAYER'S GOALS (LOOSE PASSING)
  • BOTTOM PLAYER'S GOALS (TIGHT PASSING)
  • THE ONE CHINK IN THE ARMOR IN GUARD PASSING (AND THE EXCEPTION)
  • THE BATTLE FOR INSIDE POSITION
  • THE IMPORTANCE OF CONCAVE SHOULDERS
  • HIDING YOUR JAW FROM A CROSS FACE

    SEATED VS LOOSE

  • SEATED VS LOOSE PASSING OVERVIEW
  • THE QUESTION WE ASK OURSELVES (SEATED VS LOOSE PASSING)
  • UNDERSTANDING STANCES
  • UNDERSTANDING DISTANCE MANAGEMENT
  • THE GRIP FIGHTING BATTLE
  • MAINTAINING THE INSIDE FOOT POSITION
  • RECOVERING THE INSIDE FOOT POSITION
  • RECOVERING WHEN AN OPPONENT FLANKS
  • CLOSING OUT SEATED VS LOOSE PASSING

    SUPINE VS LOOSE

  • SUPINE VS LOOSE OVERVIEW

    PART 2

    ASHI GARAMI

  • ASHI/X-GUARD RETENTION OVERVIEW
  • GROUPING FOR RETENTION PURPOSES
  • GROUP 1
  • GROUP 2
  • GROUP 3
  • GROUP 4
  • GROUP 5
  • THE QUESTION WE ASK OURSELVES - LEG ENTANGLEMENTS VS LOOSE PASSING
  • GROUP 1 - RECOVERING WHEN OPPONENT FORWARD STEPS
  • GROUP 2 - RECOVERING WHEN OPPONENT FORWARD STEPS
  • GROUP 3 - RECOVERING WHEN AN OPPONENT BACK STEPS
  • GROUP 4 - RECOVERING WHEN AN OPPONENT BACK STEPS
  • GROUP 5 - OUTSIDE ASHI MAINTAINING INSIDE POSITION
  • GROUP 5 - RECLAIMING THE ACHILLES
  • GROUP 5 - RECOVERING FROM A TOP HEAD AND ARM
  • GROUP 5 - RECOVERING FROM DOUBLE UNDERHOOKS
  • GROUP 5 - RECOVERING FROM KATA GATAME
  • CLOSING OUT ASHI GARAMI

    PART 3

    SPLIT SQUAT

  • OVERVIEW OF THE SPLIT SQUAT
  • THE QUESTION WE ASK OURSELVES (RETENTION FROM SPLIT SQUAT)
  • CLEARING A STRONG COLLAR TIE
  • PREVENTING A KNEE CUT
  • PREVENTING A FORCED HALF GUARD
  • PREVENTING A SCOOP GRIP
  • COUNTERING A SCOOP GRIP BACK STEP
  • OPPONENT SPINS THE LEG
  • COUNTERING A KNEE CUT
  • COUNTERING AN UNDERHOOK
  • CLOSING OUT SPLIT SQUAT

    INSIDE FOOT STRAIGHT HAMSTRING

  • INTRODUCTION OF INSIDE FOOT (STRAIGHT HAMSTRING)
  • OVERVIEW OF INSIDE FOOT (STRAIGHT HAMSTRING)
  • RECLAIMING INSIDE FOOT POSITION VS LOW HIPS
  • COUNTERING A TOP POMMEL (HIGH HIPS)
  • COUNTERING A FRONT POMMEL
  • CLOSING OUT STRAIGHT HAMSTRING

    PART 4

    TOREANDO

  • INTRODUCTION TO TOREANDO
  • OVERVIEW OF TOREANDO
  • THE QUESTION WE ASK OURSELVES
  • THE BRIDGE BETWEEN LOOSE & TIGHT PASSING
  • THE THREE TYPES OF FRAMING
  • INTRODUCTION TO SCISSOR GUARD
  • INTRODUCTION TO SIDE GUARD
  • POMMELING LEGS TO AVOID A FLANK
  • USING HIGH LEGS TO AVOID THE FLANK
  • COUNTERING A FLANK WITH FOREHAND FRAMING
  • COUNTERING A FLANK WITH FOREARM FRAMING
  • COUNTERING A FLANK WITH BACKHAND FRAMING
  • RECOVERING AND COUNTERING FROM KNEE ON BELLY
  • COUNTERING A LEG DRAG
  • OVERVIEW OF OPPONENT WHO MOVES TO NORTH SOUTH
  • RECOVERING FROM NORTH SOUTH (2 KNEES IN VS V GRIPS)
  • RECOVERING FROM NORTH SOUTH (2 KNEES VS PRESSURE)
  • RECOVERING FROM NORTH SOUTH (ONE KNEE IN)
  • RECOVERING FROM NORTH SOUTH TWO KNEES OUT
  • CLOSING OUT FLANKS

    PART 5

    STACK PASSING

  • INTRODUCTION TO STACK PASSING
  • OVERVIEW OF STACK PASSING
  • THE QUESTION WE ASK OURSELVES
  • AVOIDING THE INITIAL STACK FRONT FACING
  • CLEARING V GRIPS (FRONT RACING)
  • ADDRESSING LOCKED HANDS
  • AVOIDING THE INITIAL STACK (REARING FACING)
  • ADDRESSING AN OUTSIDE SHIN PIN
  • ADDRESSING AN INSIDE SHIN PIN
  • CLOSING STACK PASSING

    BODY LOCK PASSING

  • INTRODUCTION TO BODY LOCK RETENTION
  • OVERVIEW OF BODY LOCKING
  • THE QUESTION WE ASK OURSELVES
  • STOPPING THE INITIAL LOCK
  • IMMEDIATE OFF-BALANCE AFTER THE LOCK
  • FORWARD SHIFTING
  • BLOCKING A KNEE & FORWARD SHIFTING
  • RECOVERING WHEN OPPONENT FORCES BUTTERFLY HALF GUARD
  • RECOVERING AFTER A "PASS"
  • CLOSING OUT BODY LOCKS

    PART 6

    HALF GUARD PASSING

  • INTRO TO HALF GUARD
  • OVERVIEW OF HALF GUARD
  • TOP PLAYER'S HAND POSITIONS
  • THE QUESTION WE ASK OURSELVES
  • INSERTING A BUTTERFLY HOOK
  • RECOVERING FROM BUTTERFLY HALF VS TOP HEAD AND ARM
  • RECOVERING FROM BUTTERFLY HALF VS UNDERHOOK AND HEAD WEDGE
  • RECOVERING FROM BUTTERFLY HALF VS OVER UNDER
  • RECOVERING FROM BUTTERFLY HALF VS DOUBLE UNDERS
  • RECOVERING FROM BUTTERFLY HALF VS CROSS FACE
  • RECOVERING FROM BUTTERFLY HALF VS NEAR SIDE UNDERHOOK
  • KNEE UP KNEE DOWN DILEMMA
  • KNEE LEVER SERIES
  • UNIFICATION OF BUTTERFLY HOOKS AND KNEE LEVERS
  • LATE ESCAPES
  • RECOVERING FROM A REVERSE UNDERHOOK
  • LATE ESCAPES
  • RECOVERING FROM A REVERSE UNDERHOOK
  • UNDER OVER DEFENSE
  • OUTRO

    PART 7

  • GUARD RETENTION ROLLING
  • PLACIDO
  • JACK
  • DREW
  • ALEX
  • SEAN

    PART 8

  • GUARD RETENTION ROLLING COMMENTARY
  • PLACIDO
  • JACK
  • DREW
  • ALEX
  • SEAN


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