John Danaher – Strangles & Turtle Breakdowns BJJ Fundamentals – Go Further Faster

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With Professor John Danaher’s insights and systems into Brazilian Jiu-most Jitsu’s successful chokes, you may attack gi strangles with greater accuracy and success than ever before.

Dissect the turtle posture using methodical tactics to sink hooks and take the back, including the SINGLE MOST IMPORTANT key to turtle assaults.
To emphasis on sliding collar strangles, cross collar strangles, and Ezekiel strangles, use Professor John Danaher’s 3×3 technique to gi strangles.
Examine all of the most dependable strategies to break someone’s posture and investigate the key issues in breaking down the turtle stance.
John Danaher trains great athletes like as Gordon Ryan, Garry Tonon, and Georges St. Pierre in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.
Examine the most recent chapter of John Danaher’s Go Further, Quicker series, designed to assist Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu practitioners of all ages and ability levels grow faster than ever before.
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Part 1:

Overview
Strangles: An Overview
The 3×3 method to gi strangles is the main focus of this video.
Understanding Strangles and the Gi
Demarcation Line for Sliding Collar Strangle
Wrist flicking
What is the limit?
Hands in the Air
Comparing Gi and No Gi Strangulation Three Alternatives For Control Hand The Single Most Significant Advantage of Lapel Strangles
Strangle Hand Strengthening
Thumb 3 Finger Grip Role on the Strangle Hand
The hidden hand is strangled by the short and long legs.
The Cross back and Strangle Shift positions

Part 2:

Overview of the Sliding Collar Strangle System Sliding Collar Strangle System Step 1: Establishing Your Position Sliding Collar Strangle System Step 2: Establishing The Strangle Hand Sliding Collar Strangle System Step 3: Establishing Control Hand Sliding Collar Strangle System Step 4: Maximizing Mechanical Power
Complete Command of the Sliding Collar Strangle System Modification
System Improvement 2 System Improvement 3
Without Hooks, Strangling
Clock Strangle\sClock Foot Work Clock Strangle Throwing Weight Into Your Hands Strangle
Clock Walking The Circle Strangle
Clock Opposing Hands Strangle Unified Hands
Clock Sprawling Finish Clock Strangle Power The Critical Role of the Head Position Clock Strangling the Defense Clock 2 Clock Strangle Nullifying Defense Alternative Strangle Grips

Part 3:

Strangle with a Cross Collar
Jimi Hendrix
Preliminary Cross Collar Strangles
Strangle Hand & Finishing Hand Strangle Collar
Strangles at the Cross Collar
Putting On The Lapels
Strangles at the Cross Collar
Strangle Hand Positioning
Biting Method Using a Cross Collar
Finishing Hand Cross Collar Strangle
Position of the Cross Collar Strangle Head
Strangle with a Cross Collar
Force Directionality
Juji Jime – A dilemma-based attack Juji Jime – Kuzushi-Based Bottom Position Method
Jimi Hendrix Fighting Through The Hands – Bottom Position – High Elbow / Low Elbow
From a Mounted Position, Juji Jime
Troubleshooting Mounted Juji Jime Setting The Finishing Hand Troubleshooting Mounted Juji Jime Mounted Juji Jime 2 Juji Jime Variations Kata Juji Jime

Part 4:

Juji Jime Kata Kata Juji Jime, Open Guard Position Open Guard Position 2 Kata Juji Jime from Front Side Top Turtle Position in Kata Juji Jime Using your Legs
Spinning Juji Jime Troubleshooting Spinning Juji Jime Spinning Juji Jime 2 Sprawling Juji Jime
Cross Collar Strangle From Open Guard Juji Jime Low Lapel Juji Jime

Part 5:

Sode Guruma and the Ezekiel Strangle
The Back Ezekiel and the Sliding Collar Relationship Combat Applications of the Back Ezekiel
Ezekiel’s Front Strangle
The Single Most Serious Issue Concerning Front Ezekiel and its Solution
Order of operations for the rear strangling system
Low Lapel Strangle as a Bonus

Part 6:

Overview of turtle dissections
Understanding The Issue: The Primary Turtle Position Variations
Our Turtle Breakdowns Are Based On A Fundamental Dilemma
The Two Primary Issues With Turtle Breakdowns
The First Issue: Escapes and Counters
The Elbow-Knee Connection is the second issue.
Four Attacking Stances for Turtle Position
Your Turtle Attacks’ Three Primary Targets
Hips are the first target.
Target #2: The Head Target #3: The Wrists Which hook should I insert first: near or far?

Part 7:

The Most Important Takeaway From This Video: Begin by disrupting your opponent’s stance.
Taking Away Your Opponent’s Athletic Potential
Breaking Down Your Opponent To A Hip
The Clock Principle
The Most Convenient And Practical Way To Apply Clock Theory
Breakdown Scoring From The Hip
The Seated Breakdown Scoring
Breakdown Scoring From The Shoulder

Part 8:

Attacking the turtle position when you are unable to break down your opponent using the two on one method
Two On One Reverse Tight Waist Method
Method of Seat Belt Rolling
Method of the Back Crucifix
The Kimura Method

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