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Description of The Fastest Way: To Increase Your Submission Percentage
Finish More Opponents Than Ever With John Danaher’s Must-Have 8-Part Masterclass On Rapidly Improving Your Ability To Secure Submissions!
- John Danaher is a legendary coach and instructor who is responsible for cultivating some of the very best athletes in combat sports!
- Focus your game around high percentage techniques to take the back, secure dominant controls, and finish with the king of submissions the rear strangle!
- Discover finishing details to the rear strangle and its many variations that John has perfected over his legendary career!
- Develop a diverse armdrag system from open guard that forces opponents to expose their back for high-percentage back takes.
- Take the back from everywhere including from standing, half guard, open guard, closed guard, mount, side mount, and even from inferior positions!
- Turn the tables on opponents and go from inferior positions like the mount all the way to the back with John’s battle-tested concepts.
- Transform the classic elbow escape into an even more powerful technique you can use to shift the entire match in your favor with precise calculated back takes!
What You’ll Learn In The Fastest Way: To Increase Your Submission Percentage?
- Nothing Beats The Back
- How To Increase Your Submission Rate: The 4 Key Factors
- The 3 Gateways To The Back: Training Your Mind To See Opportunities
- The Rear Strangle Hold Is The Most High Percentage Submission In Jiu Jitsu
- Building A Program To Maximize Your Submission Progress In Minimum Time
- Getting To The Back From Everywhere
- Getting To The Back From Neutral Position
- Front Headlock
- Chin Strap Go Behind
- Wrist Block Go Behind
- Arm Drag Go Behind
- Straight Knee Block Go Behind
- Cross Knee Block Go Behind
- Head Block Go Behind
- Misdirection Go Behind
- Going Behind When Your Opponent Changes To 4 Point Stance
- Kosoto Go Behind
- 4 Point Misdirection
- 4 Point Breakdown
- Clearing A Leg
- Open Guard
- Rising Arm Drag
- Rising Drag To Go Behind
- Scooting Arm Drag
- Far Side Arm Drag
- Hiza Guruma Arm Drag
- Weave Drags
- Sumi Gaeshi Arm Drag
- A Different Philosophy Of Finishing Arm Drags: The Post And Pull Method
- Elevator Drag
- Arm Drag On Standing Opponent
- Elbow Post
- Heist And Snap
- Snap And Catch To The Back
- Front Headlock Sumi Gaeshi Go Behind
- Sumi Gaeshi To Go Behind
- Reverse De La Riva Inversions
- Taking The Back From Half Guard
- Knee Lever Elbow Post
- Duck Under
- Limp Arm
- Walk Around
- The Pull Through
- Far Side Hook
- Deep Half Guard Back Take
- Closed Guard Back Takes
- Closed Guard Elbow Post
- Double Underhooks Back Take
- Taking The Back From Dominant Position
- Getting The Back From The Mount
- Single Arm Chest Wrap To The Back
- Mount Bolo
- Side Mount To Rear Mount
- Elbow Block Go Behind
- Seated Entry To Rear Mount
- Getting To The Back From Inferior Position
- Elbow Escape To The Back
- Elbow Escape To The Back Part 2
- Kipping Escape To Take The Back
- Taking The Back From Side Control Bottom
- Coming Up With A Tight Waist
- Coming Up To Single Leg
- Coming Up To Front Headlock From The Back
- Chest Lock Sitout To The Back
- Taking The Back From Leg Entanglements
- Taking The Back From Ashi Garami
- Taking The Back From Cross Ashi Garami (Turning Away)
- Taking The Back From Cross Ashi Garami (Turning Towards)
- Taking The Back From 50/50 Entanglements
- Back Side 50/50 To The Back
- The Side Bolo
- Maintaining The Back
- Upper Body Control
- Reverse Seatbelt
- Rear Body Lock
- Tight Waist
- Thigh Pry
- Claw Grip
- Lower Body Control
- The Most Important Lower Body Controls
- Integrating Upper Body And Lower Body Control
- Seatbelt Sag
- 2 On 1 Leg Method
- Breakdown Method
- Far Side First Method
- Near Side Hook First Seatbelt Second Method
- Shoulder Pressure Method
- Two Crucial Principles Of Back Control
- Diagonal Control
- The Principle Of Knees And Elbows
- Classic Back Retention Drill
- Finishing Mechanics Of Rear Strangle
- One Handed Strangle
- Linear Mandible Strangle
- Turning Mandible Strangle
- Palm To Palm Strangle
- Understanding The Problem That You’re Trying To Solve
- Winning The Hand Fight
- Straight Jacket Method
- Understanding The Straight Jacket System In Minimum Time
- Strangling Without An Arm Trap
- Top Hand Position Method
- The Hidden Hand Method
- The Gravity Drop
- Strangle First Methods
- Building A System Of Strangles Beyond The Rear Strangle
- Kata Gatame
- Reverse Kata Gatame
- Back Kata Gatame
- Bottom Elbow Variation
- Turn Away Bottom Elbow
- Prone Variation
- North South Strangle
- Ushiro Sankaku (Rear Triangle)
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