CONNECTING THE ASHI GARAMI, SINGLE LEG X-GUARD, AND ANKLE LOCK SUBMISSION INTO A TIGHT CLOSED SYSTEM
One of the biggest challenges most BJJ students face is connecting techniques together, aka building a "game".
Knowing how to execute a single technique is great, but what if your opponent defends it? Do you have any follow ups or are you just going to reset and start over?
Ashi Garami Fundamentals is not your typical instructional course with dozens of isolated techniques that are not even linked to each other. We've organized all the info, connected all the techniques together in a predictable system, and given you a solid plan to be executed.
The focus of this Course is on building a solid foundation for your Leg Lock and Open Guard game, by utilizing the Ashi Garami and Single Leg X-Guard as powerful controlling positions, and the Ankle Lock as the primary submission attack.
Once your opponent enters into the"system", whether he/she is standing up (Single Leg X-Guard) or on the ground (Ashi Garami), you will be in attacking mode. With several counters and re-counters for your opponent's most common defenses, you will be always one step ahead, threatening him/her with sweeps and Ankle Lock submissions.
Although we touch upon more advanced Leg Lock submissions and positions, this course is geared to the beginner student who wants to develop a solid foundation and still be able to compete and apply the techniques under the IBJJF rules.
Gi or No Gi, no problem. We give helpul pointers for both styles!
Professor Gustavo is a 3rd degree BJJ Black Belt under the great Fabricio Werdum, and was the Head Instructor at Fabricio's gym for many years, located in Venice, CA.
Training among the best for over 2 decades, Gustavo brings an unique approach to his teaching style, a perfect balance between theory and practice, accumulated over hundreds of tournaments matches. All killer, no filler.
13. The Assis Sweep & Options
Build a solid foundation for your Leg Lock and Open Guard game by connecting the Ashi Garami, Single Leg X-Guard, and Ankle Lock submission into a tight system.