Total Crucifix Back Attacks by Dallas Niles
Dallas NilesProfessional Fighter
Rafael Lovato Jr Black Belt, Dallas Niles is here to walk you through simple and effective crucifix back attacks
- Dallas Niles, a Lovato Jr Black Belt, gives you a clear path to refining the Crucifix position.
- Learn how to obtain complete control from the Crucifix, and secure a submission. Dallas covers nearly a dozen submissions that give you plenty of variation to finish the fight.
- Setups are everything, learn unique ways to break down opponents and attack with the Crucifix.
- Increase your finish rate from the Crucifix with ample amounts of attacks including collar choke variations, kimuras, armbars, and even innovative ways to transition to the guillotine!
- Leave no room for escape with Total Crucifix Back Attacks!
|Crucial Skills - Crucifix Control||5:40|
|Passing the arm with legs||9:17|
|Turtle Breakdown Methods||11:13|
|Submissions - Collar Choke Variation 1||15:46|
|Collar Choke Variation 2||19:42|
|Leg Decapitator Choke||22:50|
|Reverse Omoplata Shoulder Lock||49:48|
|Inverted Triangle Quadruple Threat||55:34|
|Set Up - Snatch and Grab (Turtle)||0|
|Knee Push (Turtle)||5:10|
|Single Leg Bait (Turtle)||9:48|
|Stiff Arm Counter||13:16|
|Arm Trap Reversal Bait (Turtle)||15:44|
|Front Headlock (Turtle)||19:06|
|Yoshida-Fix Leg Hook Counter (Turtle)||29:14|
|Double Overhook Peak Out 1 (Turtle)||34:50|
|Double Overhook Peak Out 2 (Turtle)||41:16|
|Inverted Backpack From Stack Pass (TL)||47:51|
|Stack to Inverted Backpack 2||53:02|
|Inverted Closed Guard to Crucifix From Knees||58:43|
|Inverted Closed Guard to Crucifix From Standing||1:06:45|
|Stack Pass Counter to Crucifix 1||0|
|Stack Pass Counter to Crucifix 2||5:45|
|Stack Pass Counter to Crucifix 3||11:34|
|Double Underhook Stack Counter (Belt Grip)||17:32|
|Kimura Trap to Crucifix||24:46|
|Failed Kimura to Crucifix||28:34|
|Omoplata to Crucifix||35:58|
|Arm Drag to Crucifix||40:25|
|Knee on Belly to crucifix||44:25|
|Deep Half Guard Counter 1||48:11|
|Deep Half Guard Counter 2||54:17|
|Back Control to Crucifix (Overhook Side)||1:00:41|
|Back Control to Crucifix (Underhook Side)||1:07:10|
|Set Up From Feet - Shot Counter to Inverted Backpack and Triple Threat||0|
|Standing Single Leg Counter||4:02|
|Back Step Single Leg Counter||8:20|
|Fireman's Carry Counter||12:44|
|Rear Clinch to Crucifix||16:48|
|Countering the Escape - Crossface Escape Counter (Rolling Toward the Legs)||22:46|
|Slide Down Escape Counter to Mount or Triangle||27:32|
|Slide Down Escape Counter to Kimura Trap||31:41|
|Breaking Their Grips||38:05|
|Back Take From Bridge||41:59|
|Back Take From Back Roll||47:42|
|Submitting From Back Roll||50:05|
Develop A Multi-phased Approach To Securing And Finishing From The Crucifix Position. Dallas Niles Teaches Innovative Details And Concepts Across This 4-Part Series So You Can Find The Crucifix From EVERYWHERE!
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What Will You Learn?
Total Crucifix Back Attacks is a 4-part series that takes an inside look at the Crucifix gameplan of Dallas Niles. Niles, a Rafael Lovato Jr. black belt, has made the crucifix an integral part of his game for years. The Crucifix position is a vital part of ANY athlete looking for a surefire way to control and submit opponents of ALL sizes. Learn to attack the turtle, counter single legs, defend guard passes, ALL with the Crucifix!
Let's see what Rafael Lovato Has To Say!
Dallas looks to layout a cohesive attack plan revolving around the Crucifix. In the opening portion of Total Crucifix Back Attacks, Dallas focuses on the critical concepts that lead to success with the Crucifix at ALL levels. Here he teaches how to effectively control form the position as well as foundational methods of passing your opponent’s arm with your legs and breaking down the turtle. These concepts open an all-new perspective of attack with the Crucifix.
As you start to master the Crucifix position one thing becomes clear, the options are endless! This includes submissions, setups, and counters. Dallas teaches over 25 unique entries into the crucifix from a variety of positions and situations. Total Crucifix Back Attacks teaches both proactive and reactive methods to use the crucifix to keep you covered from all angles.
Let's See What Xande Ribeiro Says:
Defend forms of pressure passing with Dallas’s reactive Crucifix defense. Here you will learn how to turn the tables on even the best guard passers with unique Crucifix attacks. The stack pass and double underhook variations of guard passing are especially vulnerable to the Crucifix, learn how to shut them down!
To further diversify your Crucifix options, Dallas shows multiple entries from the standing position. Defend the single leg, fireman’s carry, and MORE with your newfound Crucifix skills. To wrap up Total Crucifix Back Attacks, Dallas provides an easy-to-follow counter-strategy to the most common escape attempts.
Stiff Arm Counter
So, What Exactly Do You Get?
- Crucial Skills
- Crucifix Control
- Passing the arm with legs
- Turtle Breakdown Methods
- Collar Choke Variation 1
- Collar Choke Variation 2
- Leg Decapitator Choke
- Arm Bar
- Reverse Omoplata Shoulder Lock
- Inverted Triangle Quadruple Threat
- Clock Choke
- Set Up
- Snatch and Grab (Turtle)
- Knee Push (Turtle)
- Single Leg Bait (Turtle)
- Stiff Arm Counter
- Arm Trap Reversal Bait (Turtle)
- Front Headlock (Turtle)
- Yoshida-Fix (Turtle)
- Yoshida-Fix Leg Hook Counter (Turtle)
- Double Overhook Peak Out 1 (Turtle)
- Double Overhook Peak Out 2 (Turtle)
- Inverted Backpack From Stack Pass (TL)
- Stack to Inverted Backpack 2
- Inverted Closed Guard to Crucifix From Knees
- Inverted Closed Guard to Crucifix From Standing
- Stack Pass Counter to Crucifix 1
- Stack Pass Counter to Crucifix 2
- Stack Pass Counter to Crucifix 3
- Double Underhook Stack Counter (Belt Grip)
- Kimura Trap to Crucifix
- Failed Kimura to Crucifix
- Omoplata to Crucifix
- Arm Drag to Crucifix
- Knee on Belly to crucifix
- Deep Half Guard Counter 1
- Deep Half Guard Counter 2
- Back Control to Crucifix (Overhook Side)
- Back Control to Crucifix (Underhook Side)
- Set Up From Feet
- Shot Counter to Inverted Backpack and Triple Threat
- Standing Single Leg Counter
- Back Step Single Leg Counter
- Fireman's Carry Counter
- Rear Clinch to Crucifix
- Countering the Escape
- Crossface Escape Counter (Rolling Toward the Legs)
- Slide Down Escape Counter to Mount or Triangle
- Slide Down Escape Counter to Kimura Trap
- Breaking Their Grips
- Back Take From Bridge
- Back Take From Back Roll
- Submitting From Back Roll