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Unpinnable by Ryan Scialoia

Master The Foundations of Great Defense and Become a Skilled Escape Artist with BJJ Black Belt Ryan Scialoia’s Guide To Creating Space And Getting Out Of Bad Positions

  • Learn the essential skills needed to stop anybody/everybody from controlling you!
  • Professor Ryan shows you how to escape from the most common holds in martial arts. We take a dive into the deepest foundational concepts and learn  the solution to escape not just side control but virtually every position with  “perpendicular control” (where our spines make a + shape) 
  • Learn to see combat from an enhanced perspective and realize the common thread throughout all these positions. We learn how to take advantage of the ever-present spinal relationship with our opponent.
  • Watch your own psychology change as you discover what’s actually holding you down in these positions and intelligently learn how to fight the exact problem you are being presented with. Soon you will walk into any room knowing nobody can control you.

Course Content

Volume 1

Welcome 0
Who this series will help 0:46
Foundational defensive responsibility 2:39
What topics are going to be covered perpendicular control 3:10
Video structure 4:30
What my opponent wants vs what I want 5:31
Wedging and inside position 7:14
Major concepts in this series Connection to the floor 10:01
Connection to your opponent. (hug them tighter) 12:50
Americana defense 15:49
Underhooks 19:11
Crossfaces 24:48
Artificial Neck 35:21
Thumb posting 37:38
3 stages of framing 41:29
Elbow escape and Underhook escape (Aristotle) 44:06
Parallel/ Perpendicular 46:19
5 steps of every pin escape 49:42
Shaking/ Kipping 53:22
Offensive cycles/ defensive cycles and submission 55:03
Hidden Elbow defense. 57:24
Zero sum game 1:00:01
Injury Prevention/Common Mistakes 1:01:30
Escapes and the connection to half guard 1:07:44
Doing the wrong escape 1:09:15
Changing the narrative I have you In side control 1:11:25
Helpful Quotes. Kareem Abdul jabar "You wont win until you learn how to lose." 1:13:10
Relationship to Failure 1:16:12
Confidence in Offense 1:18:37
Essential body movements. Shrimp 1:20:38
Bridge 1:23:06

Volume 2

Precursor to escapes: An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure 0
4 points of connection. 0:21
Control of the collar grips. and heisting 1:59
Sleeve grips. control the sleeves and hold. 3:52
Scissor guard/Hand frames 5:18
Mid range/Forearm frames 6:46
Chest exposure 7:48
Kizure Kesagatame (intro and position showing) 9:21
1st Escape Double thumb Posts 12:05
2nd Escape Mid stage frames 13:57
3rd Escape Elbow escape 17:22
4th Escape armbar 18:57
5th Escape Kesagatame stiff arm escape 20:47
6th Escape thumb post to re elbow escape method. 22:38
7th Escape thumb post to rodrigo sit up 24:50
8th Escape your own hand post out to Shrimp 27:44
9th Escape Squaring up to you Series 28:57
10th Escape Hail mary 30:48
Side Control Section: Introduction and all elements 33:35
Strengths and Weaknesses of the position 37:01
Perfect Kazushi Elbow escape 39:49
Trilemma Elbow escape 45:12
Trilemma #2 escape 48:40
Dilemma #3 Escape 53:49
Elbow escaping from a different perspective 56:11
Elbow escaping the arms Underhook side 1:00:00
Elbow escaping the arms to the clamp 1:02:21
Elbow escape on Hip check 1:04:22
Further exploring options in the elbow escape 1:08:34

Volume 3

Underhook escapes from side mount (Dogfight/Single leg) 0
Tacticts to get Underhook #1 3:45
Underhook Tactic #2 4:33
Underhook Tactic #3 5:03
Underhook Tactic #4 6:01
Underhook Tactic #5 7:22
Underhook Tactic #6 10:11
Bottom Dog fight Sweep 11:42
Dogfight Sweep Option A 15:02
Dogfight Sweep Option B 17:23
Dogfight Sweep Option C 19:25
Dogfight Sweep Option D 21:08
Putting it all together 23:56
Introduction to the Single leg Underhook Series 25:26
Single leg Captain morgan shelf (A) 29:30
Double leg from Behind (B) 31:46
Single leg collecting the knees (C) 33:18
Single leg Front Side (D) 35:25
Plethora of knowledge in this area and its one you could keep studying 38:16
The Stiff Arm Escape (Kizure Kesa review) 41:29
Preemptive stiff-arm 42:49
Thumbpost within Crossface 44:26
Transition to Reverse Kesagatame 46:45
Important Considerations Within Stiff-arm Escape 49:48

Volume 4

Submission counters from Side Control 0
Clamp Guard study 1:05
Collar and Sleeve Guard study 7:47
Armbar #1 from Kizure Kesa 10:06
Armbar #2 Far distance Medium distance 11:33
Armbar #3 Armbar from close distance 13:48
Triangle #1 14:48
Triangle #2 16:45
Triangle #3 19:24
Kimura #1 20:52
Kimura #2 22:19
Kimura #3 26:57
Darce 30:42
Anaconda 32:32
Cross choke 34:18
Loop Choke #1 37:22
Loop Choke #2 39:44
Loop Choke #3 41:51
Baseball Bat choke #1 46:04
Baseball Bat choke #2 48:37
Baseball Bat choke #3 50:37

Volume 5

Turning Away escapes 0
Marcelo Garcia leg Pummel 1,2,3 1:10
Hip throw 4:52
Roll back sweep 6:45
Power Propping (Hand vs Elbow) 8:07
Recovering to Butterfly 10:59
Granby Roll 12:38
Maki Komi Roll 14:13
Other Variations of side Control 17:00
Head escape 18:27
Turning Away escapes 19:35
Elbow knee connection for other side control 20:52
Honorable Mentions. Roger Gracie 21:59
Whoever moves first loses 23:51
What to do if someone grabs pants 26:08
Reverse Kesagatame introduction 31:57
RK Elbow escape #1 34:21
Lapel Variation 35:57
Rk Crucifix 37:48
Arm Stuck Variation 39:26
Arm Choke Variation 40:32
Invite to mount. 42:41
Top Crucifix Escape 45:52
Kesagatame Position Explained 53:55
Artificial Neck Defense 55:58
Hidden Elbow Defense 58:20
Kesagatame Off-balancing #1 1:00:42
Kesagatame Off-balancing #2 1:02:18
Using thumb Posting In Kesagatame to free head and arm 1:03:31
Using Headlock Escape #1 1:06:06
Using Headlock Escape #2 1:08:18
Using Headlock Escape #3 1:11:04

Volume 6

Perpendicular control that we have left 0
Deep half guard top escape 2:35
Deep half guard standing 4:56
Deep half guard #3 7:40
Twister Hook counter 10:44
Twister Hook Miyao prevention 13:38
Armbar escape #1 16:40
Armbar escape #2 19:38
Armbar escape #3 21:50
Armbar escape #4 24:59
Kimura Overview and prevention 26:35
Kimura Elbow escape 32:13
Kimura Far side armbar 34:04
Kimura vs Single leg on the knees naïve hands 36:53
Kimura trap escape #1 39:29
Kimura trap escape #2 into darce 41:58
Cross ashi Intro/safety and initial heel Slipping 43:18
Cross ashi using your other foot to help 47:50
Cross ashi Using your other foot as an interference leg 50:19
The Tombstone Breaking a 1-Handed Ashi Strategy 52:36
Hand fighting RNC Grip 54:23
Gangster Lean 56:32
The Classic Ashi Counter/ drill 1:00:33
Twister Hook Ashi Counter 1:03:26
Extra Ashi Escapes 1:05:30
Thank You 1:09:27

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Master The Foundations of Great Defense and Become a Skilled Escape Artist with BJJ Black Belt Ryan Scialoia’s Guide To Creating Space And Getting Out Of Bad Positions

  • Learn the essential skills needed to stop anybody/everybody from controlling you!
  • Professor Ryan shows you how to escape from the most common holds in martial arts. We take a dive into the deepest foundational concepts and learn  the solution to escape not just side control but virtually every position with  “perpendicular control” (where our spines make a + shape) 
  • Learn to see combat from an enhanced perspective and realize the common thread throughout all these positions. We learn how to take advantage of the ever-present spinal relationship with our opponent.
  • Watch your own psychology change as you discover what’s actually holding you down in these positions and intelligently learn how to fight the exact problem you are being presented with. Soon you will walk into any room knowing nobody can control you.

Course Content

Volume 1

Welcome 0
Who this series will help 0:46
Foundational defensive responsibility 2:39
What topics are going to be covered perpendicular control 3:10
Video structure 4:30
What my opponent wants vs what I want 5:31
Wedging and inside position 7:14
Major concepts in this series Connection to the floor 10:01
Connection to your opponent. (hug them tighter) 12:50
Americana defense 15:49
Underhooks 19:11
Crossfaces 24:48
Artificial Neck 35:21
Thumb posting 37:38
3 stages of framing 41:29
Elbow escape and Underhook escape (Aristotle) 44:06
Parallel/ Perpendicular 46:19
5 steps of every pin escape 49:42
Shaking/ Kipping 53:22
Offensive cycles/ defensive cycles and submission 55:03
Hidden Elbow defense. 57:24
Zero sum game 1:00:01
Injury Prevention/Common Mistakes 1:01:30
Escapes and the connection to half guard 1:07:44
Doing the wrong escape 1:09:15
Changing the narrative I have you In side control 1:11:25
Helpful Quotes. Kareem Abdul jabar "You wont win until you learn how to lose." 1:13:10
Relationship to Failure 1:16:12
Confidence in Offense 1:18:37
Essential body movements. Shrimp 1:20:38
Bridge 1:23:06

Volume 2

Precursor to escapes: An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure 0
4 points of connection. 0:21
Control of the collar grips. and heisting 1:59
Sleeve grips. control the sleeves and hold. 3:52
Scissor guard/Hand frames 5:18
Mid range/Forearm frames 6:46
Chest exposure 7:48
Kizure Kesagatame (intro and position showing) 9:21
1st Escape Double thumb Posts 12:05
2nd Escape Mid stage frames 13:57
3rd Escape Elbow escape 17:22
4th Escape armbar 18:57
5th Escape Kesagatame stiff arm escape 20:47
6th Escape thumb post to re elbow escape method. 22:38
7th Escape thumb post to rodrigo sit up 24:50
8th Escape your own hand post out to Shrimp 27:44
9th Escape Squaring up to you Series 28:57
10th Escape Hail mary 30:48
Side Control Section: Introduction and all elements 33:35
Strengths and Weaknesses of the position 37:01
Perfect Kazushi Elbow escape 39:49
Trilemma Elbow escape 45:12
Trilemma #2 escape 48:40
Dilemma #3 Escape 53:49
Elbow escaping from a different perspective 56:11
Elbow escaping the arms Underhook side 1:00:00
Elbow escaping the arms to the clamp 1:02:21
Elbow escape on Hip check 1:04:22
Further exploring options in the elbow escape 1:08:34

Volume 3

Underhook escapes from side mount (Dogfight/Single leg) 0
Tacticts to get Underhook #1 3:45
Underhook Tactic #2 4:33
Underhook Tactic #3 5:03
Underhook Tactic #4 6:01
Underhook Tactic #5 7:22
Underhook Tactic #6 10:11
Bottom Dog fight Sweep 11:42
Dogfight Sweep Option A 15:02
Dogfight Sweep Option B 17:23
Dogfight Sweep Option C 19:25
Dogfight Sweep Option D 21:08
Putting it all together 23:56
Introduction to the Single leg Underhook Series 25:26
Single leg Captain morgan shelf (A) 29:30
Double leg from Behind (B) 31:46
Single leg collecting the knees (C) 33:18
Single leg Front Side (D) 35:25
Plethora of knowledge in this area and its one you could keep studying 38:16
The Stiff Arm Escape (Kizure Kesa review) 41:29
Preemptive stiff-arm 42:49
Thumbpost within Crossface 44:26
Transition to Reverse Kesagatame 46:45
Important Considerations Within Stiff-arm Escape 49:48

Volume 4

Submission counters from Side Control 0
Clamp Guard study 1:05
Collar and Sleeve Guard study 7:47
Armbar #1 from Kizure Kesa 10:06
Armbar #2 Far distance Medium distance 11:33
Armbar #3 Armbar from close distance 13:48
Triangle #1 14:48
Triangle #2 16:45
Triangle #3 19:24
Kimura #1 20:52
Kimura #2 22:19
Kimura #3 26:57
Darce 30:42
Anaconda 32:32
Cross choke 34:18
Loop Choke #1 37:22
Loop Choke #2 39:44
Loop Choke #3 41:51
Baseball Bat choke #1 46:04
Baseball Bat choke #2 48:37
Baseball Bat choke #3 50:37

Volume 5

Turning Away escapes 0
Marcelo Garcia leg Pummel 1,2,3 1:10
Hip throw 4:52
Roll back sweep 6:45
Power Propping (Hand vs Elbow) 8:07
Recovering to Butterfly 10:59
Granby Roll 12:38
Maki Komi Roll 14:13
Other Variations of side Control 17:00
Head escape 18:27
Turning Away escapes 19:35
Elbow knee connection for other side control 20:52
Honorable Mentions. Roger Gracie 21:59
Whoever moves first loses 23:51
What to do if someone grabs pants 26:08
Reverse Kesagatame introduction 31:57
RK Elbow escape #1 34:21
Lapel Variation 35:57
Rk Crucifix 37:48
Arm Stuck Variation 39:26
Arm Choke Variation 40:32
Invite to mount. 42:41
Top Crucifix Escape 45:52
Kesagatame Position Explained 53:55
Artificial Neck Defense 55:58
Hidden Elbow Defense 58:20
Kesagatame Off-balancing #1 1:00:42
Kesagatame Off-balancing #2 1:02:18
Using thumb Posting In Kesagatame to free head and arm 1:03:31
Using Headlock Escape #1 1:06:06
Using Headlock Escape #2 1:08:18
Using Headlock Escape #3 1:11:04

Volume 6

Perpendicular control that we have left 0
Deep half guard top escape 2:35
Deep half guard standing 4:56
Deep half guard #3 7:40
Twister Hook counter 10:44
Twister Hook Miyao prevention 13:38
Armbar escape #1 16:40
Armbar escape #2 19:38
Armbar escape #3 21:50
Armbar escape #4 24:59
Kimura Overview and prevention 26:35
Kimura Elbow escape 32:13
Kimura Far side armbar 34:04
Kimura vs Single leg on the knees naïve hands 36:53
Kimura trap escape #1 39:29
Kimura trap escape #2 into darce 41:58
Cross ashi Intro/safety and initial heel Slipping 43:18
Cross ashi using your other foot to help 47:50
Cross ashi Using your other foot as an interference leg 50:19
The Tombstone Breaking a 1-Handed Ashi Strategy 52:36
Hand fighting RNC Grip 54:23
Gangster Lean 56:32
The Classic Ashi Counter/ drill 1:00:33
Twister Hook Ashi Counter 1:03:26
Extra Ashi Escapes 1:05:30
Thank You 1:09:27



 

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What Will You Learn?

 The psychological impact of this material is unprecedented. Professor Ryan has had the pleasure of working with people from all walks of life including Veterans,  people who have suffered from sexual and physical violence, children with self-esteem/bullying issues, Law enforcement, adults with claustrophobia etc etc.  His favorite thing is to see someone who was once terrified from being held down and controlled to having them escape with ease. Then to take it even  further and completely change the narrative to feel that they actually have the  opponent in side control while still being on the bottom underneath them.  

This instructional isn’t only for people who have experienced trauma. This is an  essential series for all martial artists. In judo we must not allow someone to hold  us down or we will lose the match. In wrestling if we are pinned the match is  over. In bjj if we are pinned submissions will soon follow. In striking or self  defense ensuring nobody can hold us down and control us is essential to getting  back up and getting away! 

This will be part 1 of a 3 part series and deals with the escape from the spinal  relationship perpendicular control. This includes positions like… every variation  of side control, armbars, kimura traps, deep half guard, cross ashi garami and  more! In all of these positions our spines cross and make a perpendicular angle  you will see how each escape is built from the same principles. In the next video  series (part 2) we will go over Diagonal control relationships. (Where our spines  are controlled diagonally) This is used to control you in positions like north south  and mount. Finally Part 3 will be Back escapes where they can move  dynamically between both forms of control and how to address this situation. If  your long term goal is to be the best attacking player we must first learn the  defense and deny everyone the ability to control us. We can always ensure we  are the ones on offense with impenetrable defense.

So, What Exactly Do You Get?

PART 1

  • WELCOME
  • WHO THIS SERIES WILL HELP
  • FOUNDATIONAL DEFENSIVE RESPONSIBILITY
  • WHAT TOPICS ARE GOING TO BE COVERED PERPENDICULAR CONTROL
  • VIDEO STRUCTURE
  • WHAT MY OPPONENT WANTS VS WHAT I WANT
  • WEDGING AND INSIDE POSITION
  • MAJOR CONCEPTS IN THIS SERIES CONNECTION TO THE FLOOR
  • CONNECTION TO YOUR OPPONENT (HUG THEM TIGHTER)
  • AMERICANA DEFENSE
  • UNDERHOOKS
  • CROSSFACES
  • ARTIFICIAL NECK
  • THUMB POSTING
  • 3 STAGES OF FRAMING
  • ELBOW ESCAPE AND UNDERHOOK ESCAPE
  • PARALLEL/ PERPENDICULAR
  • 5 STEPS OF EVERY PIN ESCAPE
  • INTRO
  • SHAKING/ KIPPING
  • OFFENSIVE CYCLES/ DEFENSIVE CYCLES AND SUBMISSION
  • HIDDEN ELBOW DEFENSE.
  • ZERO SUM GAME
  • INJURY PREVENTION/COMMON MISTAKES
  • ESCAPES AND THE CONNECTION TO HALF GUARD
  • DOING THE WRONG ESCAPE
  • CHANGING THE NARRATIVE I HAVE YOU IN SIDE CONTROL
  • HELPFUL QUOTES. KAREEM ABDUL JABAR "YOU WONT WIN UNTIL YOU LEARN HOW TO LOSE."
  • RELATIONSHIP TO FAILURE
  • CONFIDENCE IN OFFENSE
  • ESSENTIAL BODY MOVEMENTS. SHRIMP
  • BRIDGE
  • PART 2

  • PRECURSOR TO ESCAPES: AN OUNCE OF PREVENTION IS WORTH A POUND OF CURE.
  • 4 POINTS OF CONNECTION
  • CONTROL OF THE COLLAR GRIPS. AND HEISTING
  • SLEEVE GRIPS. CONTROL THE SLEEVES AND HOLD.
  • SCISSOR GUARD/HAND FRAMES
  • MID RANGE/FOREARM FRAMES
  • CHEST EXPOSURE
  • KIZURE KESAGATAME (INTRO AND POSITION SHOWING)
  • 1ST ESCAPE DOUBLE THUMB POSTS
  • 2ND ESCAPE MID STAGE FRAMES
  • 3RD ESCAPE ELBOW ESCAPE
  • 4TH ESCAPE ARMBAR
  • 5TH ESCAPE KESAGATAME STIFF ARM ESCAPE
  • 6TH ESCAPE THUMB POST TO RE ELBOW ESCAPE METHOD.
  • 7TH ESCAPE THUMB POST TO RODRIGO SIT UP
  • 8TH ESCAPE YOUR OWN HAND POST OUT TO SHRIMP
  • 9TH ESCAPE SQUARING UP TO YOU SERIES
  • 10TH ESCAPE HAIL MARY
  • SIDE CONTROL SECTION: INTRODUCTION AND ALL ELEMENTS
  • STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES OF THE POSITION
  • PERFECT KAZUSHI ELBOW ESCAPE
  • TRILEMMA ELBOW ESCAPE
  • TRILEMMA #2 ESCAPE
  • DILEMMA #3 ESCAPE
  • ELBOW ESCAPING FROM A DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVE
  • ELBOW ESCAPING THE ARMS UNDERHOOK SIDE
  • ELBOW ESCAPING THE ARMS TO THE CLAMP
  • ELBOW ESCAPE ON HIP CHECK
  • FURTHER EXPLORING OPTIONS IN THE ELBOW ESCAPE
  • PART 3

  • UNDERHOOK ESCAPES FROM SIDE MOUNT
  • (DOGFIGHT/SINGLE LEG)
  • TACTICS TO GET UNDERHOOK #1
  • UNDERHOOK TACTIC #2
  • UNDERHOOK TACTIC #3
  • UNDERHOOK TACTIC #4
  • UNDERHOOK TACTIC #5
  • UNDERHOOK TACTIC #6
  • BOTTOM DOG FIGHT SWEEP
  • DOGFIGHT SWEEP OPTION A
  • DOGFIGHT SWEEP OPTION B
  • DOGFIGHT SWEEP OPTION C
  • DOGFIGHT SWEEP OPTION D
  • PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER
  • INTRODUCTION TO THE SINGLE LEG UNDERHOOK SERIES
  • SINGLE LEG CAPTAIN MORGAN SHELF (A)
  • DOUBLE LEG FROM BEHIND (B)
  • SINGLE LEG COLLECTING THE KNEES (C)
  • SINGLE LEG FRONT SIDE (D)
  • PLETHORA OF KNOWLEDGE IN THIS AREA AND ITS ONE YOU COULD KEEP STUDYING
  • THE STIFF ARM ESCAPE (KIZURE KESA REVIEW)
  • PREEMTIVE STIFF-ARM
  • THUMBPOST WITHIN CROSSFACE
  • TRANSITION TO REVERSE KESAGATAME
  • IMPORTANT CONSIDERATIONS WITHIN STIFF-ARM ESCAPE
  • PART 4

  • SUBMISSION COUNTERS FROM SIDE CONTROL
  • CLAMP GUARD STUDY
  • COLLAR AND SLEEVE GUARD STUDY
  • ARMBAR #1 FROM KIZURE KESA
  • ARMBAR #2 FAR DISTANCE MEDIUM DISTANCE
  • ARMBAR #3 ARMBAR FROM CLOSE DISTANCE
  • TRIANGLE #1
  • TRIANGLE #2
  • TRIANGLE #3
  • KIMURA #1
  • KIMURA #2
  • KIMURA #3
  • DARCE
  • ANACONDA
  • CROSS CHOKE
  • LOOP CHOKE #1
  • LOOP CHOKE #2
  • LOOP CHOKE #3
  • BASEBALL BAT CHOKE #1
  • BASEBALL BAT CHOKE #2
  • BASEBALL BAT CHOKE #3
  • PART 5

  • TURNING AWAY ESCAPES
  • MARCELO GARCIA LEG PUMMEL 1,2,3
  • HIP THROW
  • ROLL BACK SWEEP
  • POWER PROPPING (HAND VS ELBOW)
  • RECOVERING TO BUTTERFLY
  • GRANBY ROLL
  • MAKI KOMI ROLL
  • OTHER VARIATIONS OF SIDE CONTROL
  • HEAD ESCAPE
  • TURNING AWAY ESCAPES
  • ELBOW KNEE CONNECTION FOR OTHER SIDE CONTROL
  • HONORABLE MENTIONS. ROGER GRACIE
  • WHOEVER MOVES FIRST LOSES
  • WHAT TO DO IF SOMEONE GRABS PANTS
  • REVERSE KESAGATAME INTRODUCTION.
  • RK ELBOW ESCAPE #1
  • LAPEL VARIATION
  • RK CRUCIFIX
  • ARM STUCK VARIATION.
  • ARM CHOKE VARIATION.
  • INVITE TO MOUNT.
  • TOP CRUCIFIX ESCAPE
  • KESAGATAME POSITION EXPLAINED
  • ARTIFICIAL NECK DEFENSE
  • HIDDEN ELBOW DEFENSE
  • KESAGATAME OFF-BALANCING #1
  • KESAGATAME OFF-BALANCING #2
  • USING THUMB POSTING IN KESAGATAME TO FREE HEAD AND ARM
  • USING HEADLOCK ESCAPE #1
  • USING HEADLOCK ESCAPE #2
  • USING HEADLOCK ESCAPE #3
  • PART 6

  • PERPINDUCULAR CONTROL THAT WE HAVE LEFT.
  • DEEP HALF GUARD TOP ESCAPE
  • DEEP HALF GUARD STANDING
  • TWISTER HALF GUARD #3
  • TWISTER HOOK MIYAO PREVENTION.
  • ARMBAR ESCAPE #1
  • ARMBAR ESCAPE #2
  • ARMBAR ESCAPE #3
  • ARMBAR ESCAPE #4
  • KIMURA OVERVIEW AND PREVENTION
  • KIMURA ELBOW ESCAPE
  • KIMURA FAR SIDE ARMBAR.
  • KIMURA VS SINGLE LEG ON THE KNEES NAÏVE HANDS
  • KIMURA TRAP ESCAPE#1
  • KIMURA TRAP ESCAPE #2 INTO DARCE
  • CROSS ASHI INTRO/SAFETY AND INITIAL HEEL SLIPPING
  • CROSS ASHI USING YOUR OTHER FOOT TO HELP
  • CROSS ASHI USING YOUR OTHER FOOT AS AN INTERFERENCE LEG.
  • THE TOMBSTONE BREAKING A 1-HANDED ASHI STRATEGY
  • HAND FIGHTING RNC GRIP
  • GANGSTER LEAN
  • THE CLASSIC ASHI COUNTER/ DRILL
  • TWISTER HOOK ASHI COUNTER
  • EXTRA ASHI ESCAPES
  • THANK YOU
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