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Under Pressure: Leg Entanglements by Brian Glick

Brian Glick Presents His Latest Installment To The Under Pressure Series, This Time Focused On Mastering The Essential Art Of Leg Entanglements!

  • Brian is a longtime black belt under John Danaher and has been credited as being one of Gordon Ryan’s best training partners!
  • Understand exactly why you need a robust leg entanglement system in your game with Brian’s unique insight into the modern approach to guard passing and how you can use these concepts to enter into high percentage leg entanglements!
  • Learn leg entanglement entries from a wide range of guards including De La Riva, Reverse DLR, shin to shin, X guard, among other commonly used positions.
  • Develop go-to kuzushi strategies that keep opponents off balance and more vulnerable for precise entries into ashi garami variations.
  • Brian Glick shares a special study of how the clamp guard can be used to impose a dilemma based game and force overly defensive opponents to expose their legs.
  • Rapidly develop skills with the “executive summary” section of the instructional where Brian recaps the entire series into a more compressed version of each technique!
  • Utilize Leg Entanglements under the stress of today’s modern passing approach with Brian Glick’s latest master class series Under Pressure Leg Entanglements!

Check out a free sample:

So, What's On The Series?

Digital Video + Flow Chart & Visual Notes

Watching our videos is the best way to learn, but it can be hard to remember everything. Deepen your understanding of the concepts in this video by adding flowcharts, plus notes with embedded videos. You’ll learn this system better and more quickly!

Course Content

Expand All Sections

Volume 1

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Intro 0
Dedication 5:39
Why Leg Entanglements 6:57
How to Use This Video 13:20
Essential Concepts: Distance and Connection - Inside Position 18:53
Guard Retention 24:25
Hips Under Hips 28:24
Ashi Funnel 31:33

Volume 2

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Essential Tools - Ashi Garami 0
X Guard 9:31
Reverse De La Riva 15:57
De La Riva 23:41
Ashi Garami - At Distance - Double Wrist Entry 32:26
Straight Ankle Lock Finish 40:54
Heisting to Top Position 51:21
Exposing the Heel and Reaping 56:11

Volume 3

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Shin to Shin Entry - Double Leg 0
Heel Rotation to Cross Ashi 7:56
Heel Rotation to Lat Kneebar 19:44
Reverse Tripod Sweep 27:21
Close Range - Double Tricep 34:26
2 on 1 Grip 41:47
Sumi Gaeshi to Cross Ashi 50:54
Details on Cross Ashi 58:34

Volume 4

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
X Guard - Posture and Kuzushi 0
Most Important X Guard Entry 7:13
Attacking the Scooped Leg 11:19
Using Reverse X 22:32
Shoelaces to Shoelaces 30:05
Retaining X Guard - Back Step Into Ashi: Strip and Pummel, De La Riva, K Guard 34:40

Volume 5

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Reverse De La Riva - Kuzushi 0
Inverting to the Back 7:09
Inverting to the Legs 13:25
Reverse Tripod 23:55
De La Riva - Kuzushi 32:26
Ashi Pummel 42:48
Outside Kuzushi Into Ashi 50:30
Outside Kuzushi to Scoop Grip 57:00

Volume 6

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Special Study - Clamp - Clamp and Ashi 0
K Guard (Soft Posture) 4:43
K Guard (Moderate Posture) 10:22
X Guard (Aggressive Posture) 14:58
Half Butterfly - Near Leg Ashi 21:02
Far Leg Ashi 27:50
Inversion 33:23

Volume 7

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Executive Summary - Executive Summary Introduction 0
Essential Concepts: Distance and Connection - Inside Position 1:41
Guard Retention 3:04
Hips Under Hips 5:08
Ashi Funnel 6:16
Essential Tools - Ashi Garami 8:03
X Guard 9:46
Reverse De La Riva 11:33
De La Riva 13:50
Ashi Garami - At Distance - Double Wrist Entry 16:11
Straight Ankle Lock Finish 19:03
Heisting to Top Position 20:53
Exposing the Heel and Reaping 23:01
Shin to Shin Entry 24:57
Double Leg 27:08
Irimi Ashi 29:03
Heel Rotation to Cross Ashi 31:05
Heel Rotation to Lat Kneebar 33:49
Reverse Tripod Sweep 35:56
Close Range - Double Tricep 38:07
2 on 1 Grip 40:22
Sumi Gaeshi to Cross Ashi 42:25
Details on Cross Ashi 45:40

Volume 8

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
X Guard - Posture and Kuzushi 0
Most Important X Guard Entry 3:03
Attacking the Scooped Leg 4:32
Using Reverse X 7:53
Shoelaces to Shoelaces 10:40
Retaining X Guard - Back Step Into Ashi: Strip and Pummel, De La Riva, K Guard 13:26
Reverse De La Riva - Kuzushi 18:27
Inverting to the Back 20:56
Inverting to the Legs 23:32
Reverse Tripod 26:35
De La Riva - Kuzushi 28:38
Ashi Pummel 33:03
Outside Kuzushi Into Ashi 35:15
Outside Kuzushi to Scoop Grip 37:37
Special Study - Clamp - Clamp and Ashi 39:49
K Guard (Soft Posture) 42:23
K Guard (Moderate Posture) 44:51
X Guard (Aggressive Posture) 46:20
Half Butterfly - Near Leg Ashi 48:01
Far Leg Ashi 50:32
Inversion 53:01
Drills - Ashi Garami Gravity Flow 55:25
Double Trouble Drill 1:01:04
Kuzushi Drill: DLR/RDLR 1:05:14

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Brian Glick Presents His Latest Installment To The Under Pressure Series, This Time Focused On Mastering The Essential Art Of Leg Entanglements!

  • Brian is a longtime black belt under John Danaher and has been credited as being one of Gordon Ryan’s best training partners!
  • Understand exactly why you need a robust leg entanglement system in your game with Brian’s unique insight into the modern approach to guard passing and how you can use these concepts to enter into high percentage leg entanglements!
  • Learn leg entanglement entries from a wide range of guards including De La Riva, Reverse DLR, shin to shin, X guard, among other commonly used positions.
  • Develop go-to kuzushi strategies that keep opponents off balance and more vulnerable for precise entries into ashi garami variations.
  • Brian Glick shares a special study of how the clamp guard can be used to impose a dilemma based game and force overly defensive opponents to expose their legs.
  • Rapidly develop skills with the “executive summary” section of the instructional where Brian recaps the entire series into a more compressed version of each technique!
  • Utilize Leg Entanglements under the stress of today’s modern passing approach with Brian Glick’s latest master class series Under Pressure Leg Entanglements!

Check out a free sample:

So, What's On The Series?

Digital Video + Flow Chart & Visual Notes

Watching our videos is the best way to learn, but it can be hard to remember everything. Deepen your understanding of the concepts in this video by adding flowcharts, plus notes with embedded videos. You’ll learn this system better and more quickly!

Course Content

Expand All Sections

Volume 1

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Intro 0
Dedication 5:39
Why Leg Entanglements 6:57
How to Use This Video 13:20
Essential Concepts: Distance and Connection - Inside Position 18:53
Guard Retention 24:25
Hips Under Hips 28:24
Ashi Funnel 31:33

Volume 2

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Essential Tools - Ashi Garami 0
X Guard 9:31
Reverse De La Riva 15:57
De La Riva 23:41
Ashi Garami - At Distance - Double Wrist Entry 32:26
Straight Ankle Lock Finish 40:54
Heisting to Top Position 51:21
Exposing the Heel and Reaping 56:11

Volume 3

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Shin to Shin Entry - Double Leg 0
Heel Rotation to Cross Ashi 7:56
Heel Rotation to Lat Kneebar 19:44
Reverse Tripod Sweep 27:21
Close Range - Double Tricep 34:26
2 on 1 Grip 41:47
Sumi Gaeshi to Cross Ashi 50:54
Details on Cross Ashi 58:34

Volume 4

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
X Guard - Posture and Kuzushi 0
Most Important X Guard Entry 7:13
Attacking the Scooped Leg 11:19
Using Reverse X 22:32
Shoelaces to Shoelaces 30:05
Retaining X Guard - Back Step Into Ashi: Strip and Pummel, De La Riva, K Guard 34:40

Volume 5

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Reverse De La Riva - Kuzushi 0
Inverting to the Back 7:09
Inverting to the Legs 13:25
Reverse Tripod 23:55
De La Riva - Kuzushi 32:26
Ashi Pummel 42:48
Outside Kuzushi Into Ashi 50:30
Outside Kuzushi to Scoop Grip 57:00

Volume 6

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Special Study - Clamp - Clamp and Ashi 0
K Guard (Soft Posture) 4:43
K Guard (Moderate Posture) 10:22
X Guard (Aggressive Posture) 14:58
Half Butterfly - Near Leg Ashi 21:02
Far Leg Ashi 27:50
Inversion 33:23

Volume 7

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
Executive Summary - Executive Summary Introduction 0
Essential Concepts: Distance and Connection - Inside Position 1:41
Guard Retention 3:04
Hips Under Hips 5:08
Ashi Funnel 6:16
Essential Tools - Ashi Garami 8:03
X Guard 9:46
Reverse De La Riva 11:33
De La Riva 13:50
Ashi Garami - At Distance - Double Wrist Entry 16:11
Straight Ankle Lock Finish 19:03
Heisting to Top Position 20:53
Exposing the Heel and Reaping 23:01
Shin to Shin Entry 24:57
Double Leg 27:08
Irimi Ashi 29:03
Heel Rotation to Cross Ashi 31:05
Heel Rotation to Lat Kneebar 33:49
Reverse Tripod Sweep 35:56
Close Range - Double Tricep 38:07
2 on 1 Grip 40:22
Sumi Gaeshi to Cross Ashi 42:25
Details on Cross Ashi 45:40

Volume 8

CHAPTER TITLE
START TIME
X Guard - Posture and Kuzushi 0
Most Important X Guard Entry 3:03
Attacking the Scooped Leg 4:32
Using Reverse X 7:53
Shoelaces to Shoelaces 10:40
Retaining X Guard - Back Step Into Ashi: Strip and Pummel, De La Riva, K Guard 13:26
Reverse De La Riva - Kuzushi 18:27
Inverting to the Back 20:56
Inverting to the Legs 23:32
Reverse Tripod 26:35
De La Riva - Kuzushi 28:38
Ashi Pummel 33:03
Outside Kuzushi Into Ashi 35:15
Outside Kuzushi to Scoop Grip 37:37
Special Study - Clamp - Clamp and Ashi 39:49
K Guard (Soft Posture) 42:23
K Guard (Moderate Posture) 44:51
X Guard (Aggressive Posture) 46:20
Half Butterfly - Near Leg Ashi 48:01
Far Leg Ashi 50:32
Inversion 53:01
Drills - Ashi Garami Gravity Flow 55:25
Double Trouble Drill 1:01:04
Kuzushi Drill: DLR/RDLR 1:05:14

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