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Category: Stand Up
Striking
 S101  Boxing Basics-- Stance & Footwork
 S102  Boxing Basics-- Offense
 S103  Boxing-- Counter Punches and Clinch Strikes
 S104  Clinch Fighting-- Knees
 S105  Clinch Fighting-- Elbows
 S106  Kicks
No Gi
 S201  Basic Takedowns
Learn the fundamentals of the Double Leg, Power Double and Single Leg Takedowns.
 S202  Takedown Defense
In this lesson, you will learn how to defend against a variety of takedown attempts. These lessons are useful for any type of sport or self defense situation.
 S203  Clinch Takedowns
Four Takedowns from the Clinch position for MMA and Submission Grappling.
 S204  Takedown Counters
In this lesson, we will take a look at three different ways to counter a takedown attempt after the sprawl based on our opponent's arm positioning.
 S205  Submissions While Standing
In this lesson, you will learn effective ways to set up and perform the guillotine choke and crucifix neck crank. You will also learn how to counter and escape from both of these moves.
Gi
 S301  Grip Counters
In this lesson, you will learn different ways to take down and submit an opponent who is gripping your collar with one had or both.
 S302  Takedowns with the Gi Pt 1
In this lesson, you will learn how to do takedowns for sport Jiu-jitsu by taking advantage of your opponent's gi. These moves are designed to work as an entire strategy in competition against someone who is more stilled at throws and takedowns so that you will be able to achieve the takedown, counter his attempts and even if that is not possible, still prevent points from being scored or end up in an advantageous position when starting from the standing position.
 S303  Takedowns with the Gi Pt 2
In this lesson, you will learn how to do takedowns for sport Jiu-jitsu by taking advantage of your opponent's gi. These moves are designed to work as an entire strategy in competition against someone who is more stilled at throws and takedowns so that you will be able to achieve the takedown, counter his attempts and even if that is not possible, still prevent points from being scored or end up in an advantageous position when starting from the standing position.
Category: The Guard
No Gi
 G101  Butterfly Guard Pt 1
In this lesson, you will learn how to use the Butterfly Guard when there is no gi to rely on. We will begin with an ideal position and then work our way through defeating his counters in order to gain reversals and sweeps.
 G102  Butterfly Guard Pt 2
In this lesson, you will learn how to use the Butterfly Guard when there is no gi to rely on. We will begin with an ideal position and then work our way through defeating his counters in order to gain reversals and sweeps.
 G103  Closed Guard Pt. 1
Kimura, Guillotine & Elbow lock's Sequenced.
 G104  Closed Guard Pt. 2
Elbow Lock 2, Omoplata, Gogoplata - sequenced
 G105  Rubber Guard Pt 1
In this lesson, we will take a close look at the Rubber Guard, beginning with the basics of position an d working our way into some submissions. In this first part in a two part Rubber Guard series, we will break the class into three significant sections: first, we will talk about breaking the posture, importance of foot/hand placement sand trapping the arm to establish what is often called the 'mission control' position. Next, we will take a look at a couple of Gogoplata variations. Finally, we will look at ways to set up the Omoplata and a couple of moves from that position based on our opponent's reactions to our set-up.
 G106  Rubber Guard Pt 2
In this lesson, we will continue to discuss the Rubber Guard Position by moving through another sequence of submissions based on our opponents defense(s). We will start with a unique way to trap our opponent with a Triangle Choke variation, then move through a series of armlocks if and when our opponent moves differently and/or defends.
 G107  Seated Guard Pt 1
In this lesson, we will take a look at how to use the "Seated Guard". We will discuss the advantages of mobility from this seated position and how it will afford us a better opportunity to reverse our opponent and put him on the defense while strikes are involved. Although the focus of this lesson is for Mixed Martial Arts, most of these techniques can be used for Self Defense and in Submission Grappling or Jiu-jitsu competition as well.
 G108  Seated Guard Pt 2
In this lesson, we will continue to take a look at how to use the "Seated Guard". We will discuss the advantage s of mobility from this seated position and how it will afford us a better opportunity to reverse our opponent and put him on the defense while strikes are involved. Although the focus of this lesson is for Mixed Martial Arts, most of these techniques can be used for Self Defense and in Submission Grappling or Jiu-jitsu competition as well.
 G109  Seated/Half Guard Pt 3
In the past two "Seated Guard" classes, we discussed how to deal with an opponent who is both engaging and disengaging from our guard. In this lesson, we will look at a worst case scenario, where our opponent is attempting to break us down in order to remove our advantage of mobility. You will learn how to use this approach against your opponent in order to both submit him and/or reverse the position.
 G110  Half Guard
In this class, will look at techniques that you can use against a more advanced opponent who knows how to pass the Half Guard and has you flat on your back in that position.
 G111  X Guard Pt. 1
3 Sweeps From the X Guard Position-- Transitions Nicely from Butterfly Guard.
 G112  X Guard Pt. 2
4 Sweeps Continued from Pt. 1
Gi
 G201  Closed Guard-- Basics
Basic Submissions and Reacting to Mistakes.
 G202  Closed Guard-- Breaking Low Posture & Attacks Pt 1
In this lesson, we will begin looking at how to systematically break our opponent's posture when he is trying to pass our Closed Guard. We will start with defense and attack while our opponent's hands and arms are in 'low' posture and when he is trying to dig his elbows into our thighs to pry our legs open. We will start simple, then work our way into some more advanced submissions between this and the next lesson. This is the first of a two part lesson on breaking low hand placement posture before we move on to different types such as middle, high and bicep control.
 G203  Closed Guard-- Breaking Low Posture & Attacks Pt 2
In this lesson, we will continue looking at ways to break our opponent's posture from the closed guard position. We had previously viewed some ways to attack our opponent while his hands were too low and while he was trying to dig his elbow into our inner thigh. We will now continue with a series of sequenced attacks after breaking 'good' low - middle posture.
 G204  Defending Guard Passes Pt 1
Defending against Guard Pass Attempts, Arm Under the Legs, Both Arms Under and More. Learn to Sweep and Counter.
 G205  Defending Guard Passes Pt 2
Defending when an opponent puts one knee up, hugs your legs and more-- learn to sweep and counter.
 G206  DeLaRiva Guard (Open Guard) Pt 1
Sweeps on an opponent who has one knee up in your guard.
 G207  DeLaRiva Guard (Open Guard) Pt 2
Sweeps on a Standing Opponent in your Guard.
 G208  Advanced DeLaRiva (Open) Guard Pt 1
In this lesson, you will learn a variation on an open guard type called DeLaRiva Guard. This Guard type is excellent against those who put one knee up or choose to attempt Standing Guard Passes. You will learn ways to counter attempts to pass made by more advanced opponents and link together techniques based on resistance.
 G209  Advanced DeLaRiva (Open) Guard Pt 2
In this lesson, you will learn a variation on an open guard type called DeLaRiva Guard. This Guard type is excellent against those who put one knee up or choose to attempt Standing Guard Passes. You will learn ways to counter attempts to pass made by more advanced opponents and link together techniques based on resistance.
 G210  Spider Guard
In this lesson, you will learn how to properly use the "Spider Guard" position. We will first discuss the fundamentals of movement and set-up, then move our way through an attack sequence that consists of two submissions=2 0and a sweep.
 G211  Finishing from the Armbar Position
In this lesson, we will work on ways to submit our opponent when he tries to resist or escape from the Guard Armbar.
 G212  Finishing from the Triangle Position
In this lesson, we will look at ways to finish our opponent while he is resisting the Triangle Choke from the Guard Position.
 G213  Finishing from the Omoplata Position
Finishing an opponent with a variety of Submissions when you are stuck in the Omoplata Position and cannot finish.
 G214  Collar Chokes Pt. 1
From Basics to Countering when your opponent Defends.
 G215  Collar Chokes Pt. 2
Advanced-- Whizzer Choke Series and Advanced Collar Set-Ups.
 G216  Upside-Down Guard
In this lesson, we will look at how to use the guard position from different angles. Our reference point for the basic set-up will be from a guard pass defense, but this position may also occur after escaping the North/South position. Once you learn the basic positioning and concept, we will move through submissions and reversals from this type of guard position.
Category: Passing the Guard
Gi or No Gi
 P101  Passing the Closed Guard for All Situations (gi, no gi & mma)
In this lesson, you will learn a method of passing the guard that improves on the basic techniques for safer and more reliable results vs. advanced opponents - with or without the gi.
 P102  Common Denominator Guard Pass Method
In this lesson, you will learn one Guard Pass that will work against a larger number of Guard types, such as Half Guard, Butterfly Guard and X Guard. We will begin from a basic reference point, learning all of the fundamental movements and "what ifs", then move along to learn how the same move will allow you to pass several different guard types.
 P103  Common Denominator Pt 2
In this lesson, you will learn another Guard Pass that will work against a larger number of Guard types, such as Half Guard, Butterfly Guard and DeLaRiva. We will begin from a basic reference point, learning all of the fundamental movements and "what ifs", then move along to learn how the same move will allow you to pass several different guard types.
No Gi and MMA
 P201  MMA Guard Passing
The focus of this lesson will be Guard Passing for Mixed Martial Arts competition. Although we will be discussing MMA, these techniques are also valuable for Self Defense situations.
 P202  Passing the Butterfly and Seated Guard
Learn a similar method of passing that works for both Seated and Butterfly guard-- 3 methods and variations are shown for different situations.
 P203  Passing the Rubber Guard
In this lesson, we will take a look at how to pass (escape from) the Rubber Guard . We will begin by discussing the importance of good posture and how to prevent your opponent from 'breaking' it. We will then look at a few of different ways to pass this type of guard in the event that your opponent was successful in achieving the position that he wanted.
Gi
 P301  Sequenced Guard Passing from Closed to Open
In this lesson, we will go beyond single guard passes and look at how to link three of them together in order to pass our opponent's guard. We will use each pass to cause our opponent to move a certain way, which will make him more predictable and leave him with less options for defense.
 P302  Sequenced Half Guard Passes
In this lesson, you will learn how to Pass the Half Guard in sequence. These moves are meant to work against someone who has a very good Half Guard and will be try to sweep you. We will look at how to prevent the sweeps and then effectively pass the guard. As he tries to defend, we will flow into the next pass until we are completely out of the guard and in side co ntrol. Although a gi is worn for the demonstration, these principles will apply without it as well.
 P303  Passing the Spider Guard
In this lesson, you will learn ways to not only Pass the Spider Guard sequentially, you will also learn how to counter someone attempting a bicep lock with your own submission.
Category: Attacks from the Top Position
No Gi and MMA
 A101  Side Control Attacks-- Basic
Basic Arm and Shoulder Locks from Side Control.
 A102  Side Control Attacks-- Advanced
Advanced Submissions from Side Control.
 A103  Attacks from Reverse Scarf Hold
In this lesson, you will learn a variety of ways to submit your opponent from the reverse scarf hold position. Each move is sequenced to work should he resist your movements and will eventually lead to an improvement of your overall position if you cannot achieve the submission.
 A104  Attacks from Knee On Belly Pt. 1
In this lesson, we will take a look at a few great drills that will help you to develop control, coordination and proper technique from the Knee On Belly position. We'll be looking at ways to control our opponent that do not rely on the use of the gi; this way, everything we learn here can be done with or without it. These techniques will lead to the development of a good base require d for the moves included in the next lesson, where we will look at submissions that will work in Sport Jiu-jitsu, but even more so in Mixed Martial Arts competition. * Although the techniques shown here are demonstrated with the gi and we are discussing "MMA competition", the Knee On Belly position and the techniques you will learn from it are perfect for a street/self defense application due to the mobility gained from proper body movement and less contact with hard surfaces outside of a controlled environment.
 A105  Attacks from Knee On Belly Pt. 2
In this lesson, we will use the movement drills discussed in the last class to position ourselves for attacks that can be used in both sport and MMA fighting (Gi & No Gi), although the concentration for this lesson will be MMA without the gi. We will first look at the proper arm, positioning for control, strikes and the set-up that will lead us=2 0into a series of sequenced attacks from this position.
 A106  Mount Control
In this lesson, we will begin our series on the mount for MMA and Submission Grappling with the fundamentals of position and control. It is important to understand the finer points of control from this position that will lead to better submission opportunities and lessen chances of losing what you've worked for.
 A107  Mount Attacks
In this lesson, you will learn a series of submissions based on the positioning that we achieved in the previous Mount Control class. Although these moves can be done in a situation where you are wearing a gi, they are even better for submission grappling or mixed martial arts competition where you and/or your opponent may be slippery and making too much space is not the best option.
Gi
 A201  Attacks from Scarf Hold
In this lesson, we will look at attacks from a top control position called Kuzure Kesa Gatame - or - Modified Scarf Hold. This position differs from Kesa Gatame (similar to a head lock) in that our outside arm is under his. This difference in positioning will afford us certain opportunities to submit our opponent, which we will discuss in this lesson. All of these attacks will work with or without the Gi for Sport or MMA.
 A202  Side Control Attacks with the Gi-- Basic
In this lesson, you will learn three submissions from side control. These moves are linked together, beginning with a collar choke with each submission being used to counter your opponent's defense to the previous move.
 A203  Advanced Collar Chokes Pt 1
In this lesson, we will learn a sequence of techniques from the top position based on the use of the tail end of our opponent's collar. Using the collar in this way will afford you a higher degree of both surprise and control.
 A204  Advanced Collar Chokes Pt 2
In this lesson, we will learn a sequence of techniques from the top position based on the use of the tail end of our opponent's collar. Using the collar in this way will afford you a higher degree of both surprise and control.
 A205  How to Hold and Control
In this lesson, you will learn the fundamentals the side control/cross body position. We will look at how to change your hand & body positions according to your opponent’s escape attempts and while doing so, make submission opportunities available to yourself.
 A206  Finishing from the Armbar Position (while opponent resists)
Several ways to submit your opponent with different submissions or follow through with the armbar when your opponent clasps his hands or resists in any way.
 A207  Knee on Belly Attacks
How to control and submit your opponent from the Knee on Belly Position.
Category: Escapes
Will work in gi, no gi or MMA unless otherwise noted.
 E101  Shoulder Lock Escapes
When you are on your back...escape from submissions like Kimura and Key lock
 E102  Top Submission Escapes
Eescape from armbars & shoulder locks
 E103  Guard Submission Escapes
Escape from triangle, kimura, armbar, guillotine
 E104  Triangle Choke Escapes
 E105  Scarf Hold Escapes
 E106  Knee On Belly Escapes
 E107  Mount Escapes
 E108  North South Escapes
 E109  Rear Choke Escapes
 E110  Side Control Escapes Basic
 E111  Side Control Escapes Advanced
 E112  Side Control Escapes using the Gi
 E113  Leg Lock Escapes
Category: The Back
 B101  Taking the Back-- Gi
 B102  Collar Chokes from the Back Pt. 1
 B103  Collar Chokes from the Back Pt. 2
 B104  Collar Chokes from the Back Pt. 3
 B105  Attacking the Turtle-- Gi
Clock Choke Variations, Collar Chokes and Reversals.
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