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Triangles Enter The System by John Danaher

The Most Comprehensive Course On Triangles Ever Created – By The Greatest Grappling Coach On Earth

  • John Danaher Calls The Triangle The Most Versatile Submission There Is
  • In Triangles: Enter The System He Shows All Of the Setups, Chokes, And Armlocks That Will Make This Become Your Go To Move From Bottom Or Top
  • John draws back the curtain and lets you in on all of his secrets
  • John Danaher has become the best known and most sought-after grappling coach on Earth
  • Transform your entire game


Course Content

Volume 1

0 - 20:09 multiplicity of triangles
20:09 - 22:48 The 2 stage approach to triangles
22:48 - 24:56 Mechanics
24:56 - 27:24 Mindset
27:24 - 29:02 Your body and the triangle strangle
20:02 - 37:54 solo pummeling drills for triangle development
37:54 - 42:36 solo body folding drills
42:36 - 47:11 Partner Pummeling Drills
47:11 - 51:53 Partner Inversion and Rotational Drill
51:53 - 56:19 Turning Off The Shoulder
56:19 - 58:50 Introduction to the 5 Triangles
58:50 - 1:08:47 rotating ARound Head and Shoulders with Triangles
1:08:47 - 1:14:49 Fundamental Transition From Trap Triangle to Figure 4 Triangle.
1:14:49 - 1:20:04 Triangles Out Of Scrambles
1:20:04 - 1:26:22 Pros and cons pulling down head w ith hands
1:26:22 - 1:34:18 Pros and Cons elbow acrossw chest
1:34:18 - 1:39:22 upper body to lower body

Volume 2

0 - 13:45 Front Triangle Mechanics 2
13:45 - 18:06 Front Triangle Mechanics 3
18:06 - 21:04 Managing Transition from Trap Triangle to Figure Four Triangle
21:04 - 25:50 Managing Transition from Trap Triangle to Figure Four Triangle 2
25:50 - 31:11 Putting It All Together - Front Triangle
31:11 - 39:39 Unified Legs
39:39 - 43:21 Getting Lower Back Off Groud and Onto Points of Shoulders
43:21 - 47:26 Story of Every Triangle is the Same
47:26 - 52:36 Entries to Front Triangle - Seated Position
52:36 - 1:00:09 Magic of 2 on 1 Gripping
1:00:09 - 1:07:54 triangle vs single leg
1:07:54 - 1:12:33 triangle vs single leg 2
1:12:33 - 1:16:04 triangle vs single leg 3
1:16:04 - 1:19:26 triangle vs single leg 4
1:19:26 - 1:23:12 triangle vs single leg 5

Volume 3

0 - 5:03 Collar Tie Setups
5:03 - 7:58 Over Hook Grip To Triangle
7:58 - 12:30 Underhooks to Triangle
12:30 - 22:39 Inside Wrist Grip
22:39 - 29:126 Kuzushi Based Entires into Front Triangle
29:16 - 36:52 Foot Penetration V Knee Penetration
36:52 - 41:41 The Clamp
41:41 - 49:47 Entering Clamp Guard
49:47 - 56:15 Wrist Controls to Triangles
56:15 - 1:01:03 Wrist Controls to Triangles 2
1:01:03 - 1:06:28 Monoplata to Front Triangle
1:06:28 - 1:11:58 fake hip sweep to front triangle

Volume 4

0 - 7:42 Front Triangles Top Position Passing Guard
7:42 - 12:23 Front Triangles Top Position Passing Guard 2
12:23 - 16:55 Front Triangle Side Position
16:55 - 25:37 Front Triangle Side Position 2
25:37 - 33:21 Front Triangle Side Position 3
33:21 - 37:49 Front Triangle Side Position 4
37:49 - 42:30 Front Triangle Mounted Position
42:30 - 47:24 Triangle From Tight waist vs whizzer
47:24 - 50:28 Relationship between front triangle and other submissions
50:28 - 58:22 Relationship between front triangle and other submissions 2
58:22 - 1:03:01 Relationship between front triangle and other submissions 3
1:03:01 - 1:07:03 Relationship between front triangle and other submissions 4
1:07:03 - 1:11:05 transition to inside heel hook

Volume 5

0 - 11:52 Front Triangle, Opposite Triangle and Elbow Position
11:52 - 22:13 Sweeping and Off Balancing with Opposite Triangle
22:13 - 30:01 transition from opposite triangle to joint locks

Volume 6

0 - 6:30 Mechanics of Rear Triangle
6:30 - 11:22 Entries Into Rear Triangle Back Position
11:22 - 15:37 Rear Triangle From Back 2
15:37 - 17:59 Rear Triangle From Back 3
17:59 - 20:29 Rear Triangle From Side Positions
20:29 - 25:59 Rear Triangle From Side Positions 2
25:59 - 32:01 Rear Triangle from Mounted Position
32:01 - 38:30 Relationship Between Rear Triangle and Front Triangle
38:30 - 42:52 Rear Triangle to Opposite Triangle
42:52 - 45:47 Rear Triangle Out of Armlock
45:47 - 48:38 Rear Triangle From Guard Passing
48:38 - 51:42 Rear Triangle From Referees Position
51:42 - 55:58 Rear Triangle Transitioning From Strangle to Joint Locks

Volume 7

0 - 15:30 Attacking Turtle with Side Triangle
15:30 - 24:09 Attacking Turtle with Side Triangle 2
24:09 - 31:02 Attacking Turtle with Side Triangle 3
31:02 - 34:29 Linking side triangle and arm bar
34:29 - 41:05 side Triangle While Guard Passing
41:05 - 43:52 Side Triangle Switching To Arm Locks

Volume 8

0 - 5:34 reverse triangle Gyaku Sankaku
5:34 - 9:52 Entering Reverse Triangle
9:52 - 16:58 Entering Reverse Triangle 2
16:58 - 21:10 Entering Reverse Triangle 3
21:10 - 25:43 Reverse Triangle to Armlocks

Triangles Enter The System by John Danaher

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The Most Comprehensive Course On Triangles Ever Created – By The Greatest Grappling Coach On Earth

  • John Danaher Calls The Triangle The Most Versatile Submission There Is
  • In Triangles: Enter The System He Shows All Of the Setups, Chokes, And Armlocks That Will Make This Become Your Go To Move From Bottom Or Top
  • John draws back the curtain and lets you in on all of his secrets
  • John Danaher has become the best known and most sought-after grappling coach on Earth
  • Transform your entire game


Course Content

Volume 1

0 - 20:09 multiplicity of triangles
20:09 - 22:48 The 2 stage approach to triangles
22:48 - 24:56 Mechanics
24:56 - 27:24 Mindset
27:24 - 29:02 Your body and the triangle strangle
20:02 - 37:54 solo pummeling drills for triangle development
37:54 - 42:36 solo body folding drills
42:36 - 47:11 Partner Pummeling Drills
47:11 - 51:53 Partner Inversion and Rotational Drill
51:53 - 56:19 Turning Off The Shoulder
56:19 - 58:50 Introduction to the 5 Triangles
58:50 - 1:08:47 rotating ARound Head and Shoulders with Triangles
1:08:47 - 1:14:49 Fundamental Transition From Trap Triangle to Figure 4 Triangle.
1:14:49 - 1:20:04 Triangles Out Of Scrambles
1:20:04 - 1:26:22 Pros and cons pulling down head w ith hands
1:26:22 - 1:34:18 Pros and Cons elbow acrossw chest
1:34:18 - 1:39:22 upper body to lower body

Volume 2

0 - 13:45 Front Triangle Mechanics 2
13:45 - 18:06 Front Triangle Mechanics 3
18:06 - 21:04 Managing Transition from Trap Triangle to Figure Four Triangle
21:04 - 25:50 Managing Transition from Trap Triangle to Figure Four Triangle 2
25:50 - 31:11 Putting It All Together - Front Triangle
31:11 - 39:39 Unified Legs
39:39 - 43:21 Getting Lower Back Off Groud and Onto Points of Shoulders
43:21 - 47:26 Story of Every Triangle is the Same
47:26 - 52:36 Entries to Front Triangle - Seated Position
52:36 - 1:00:09 Magic of 2 on 1 Gripping
1:00:09 - 1:07:54 triangle vs single leg
1:07:54 - 1:12:33 triangle vs single leg 2
1:12:33 - 1:16:04 triangle vs single leg 3
1:16:04 - 1:19:26 triangle vs single leg 4
1:19:26 - 1:23:12 triangle vs single leg 5

Volume 3

0 - 5:03 Collar Tie Setups
5:03 - 7:58 Over Hook Grip To Triangle
7:58 - 12:30 Underhooks to Triangle
12:30 - 22:39 Inside Wrist Grip
22:39 - 29:126 Kuzushi Based Entires into Front Triangle
29:16 - 36:52 Foot Penetration V Knee Penetration
36:52 - 41:41 The Clamp
41:41 - 49:47 Entering Clamp Guard
49:47 - 56:15 Wrist Controls to Triangles
56:15 - 1:01:03 Wrist Controls to Triangles 2
1:01:03 - 1:06:28 Monoplata to Front Triangle
1:06:28 - 1:11:58 fake hip sweep to front triangle

Volume 4

0 - 7:42 Front Triangles Top Position Passing Guard
7:42 - 12:23 Front Triangles Top Position Passing Guard 2
12:23 - 16:55 Front Triangle Side Position
16:55 - 25:37 Front Triangle Side Position 2
25:37 - 33:21 Front Triangle Side Position 3
33:21 - 37:49 Front Triangle Side Position 4
37:49 - 42:30 Front Triangle Mounted Position
42:30 - 47:24 Triangle From Tight waist vs whizzer
47:24 - 50:28 Relationship between front triangle and other submissions
50:28 - 58:22 Relationship between front triangle and other submissions 2
58:22 - 1:03:01 Relationship between front triangle and other submissions 3
1:03:01 - 1:07:03 Relationship between front triangle and other submissions 4
1:07:03 - 1:11:05 transition to inside heel hook

Volume 5

0 - 11:52 Front Triangle, Opposite Triangle and Elbow Position
11:52 - 22:13 Sweeping and Off Balancing with Opposite Triangle
22:13 - 30:01 transition from opposite triangle to joint locks

Volume 6

0 - 6:30 Mechanics of Rear Triangle
6:30 - 11:22 Entries Into Rear Triangle Back Position
11:22 - 15:37 Rear Triangle From Back 2
15:37 - 17:59 Rear Triangle From Back 3
17:59 - 20:29 Rear Triangle From Side Positions
20:29 - 25:59 Rear Triangle From Side Positions 2
25:59 - 32:01 Rear Triangle from Mounted Position
32:01 - 38:30 Relationship Between Rear Triangle and Front Triangle
38:30 - 42:52 Rear Triangle to Opposite Triangle
42:52 - 45:47 Rear Triangle Out of Armlock
45:47 - 48:38 Rear Triangle From Guard Passing
48:38 - 51:42 Rear Triangle From Referees Position
51:42 - 55:58 Rear Triangle Transitioning From Strangle to Joint Locks

Volume 7

0 - 15:30 Attacking Turtle with Side Triangle
15:30 - 24:09 Attacking Turtle with Side Triangle 2
24:09 - 31:02 Attacking Turtle with Side Triangle 3
31:02 - 34:29 Linking side triangle and arm bar
34:29 - 41:05 side Triangle While Guard Passing
41:05 - 43:52 Side Triangle Switching To Arm Locks

Volume 8

0 - 5:34 reverse triangle Gyaku Sankaku
5:34 - 9:52 Entering Reverse Triangle
9:52 - 16:58 Entering Reverse Triangle 2
16:58 - 21:10 Entering Reverse Triangle 3
21:10 - 25:43 Reverse Triangle to Armlocks
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