Learn how to execute the Rear Naked Choke using proven concepts demonstrated by top athletes like Gordon Ryan
The Rear-Naked Choke! One of the most effective submissions in grappling. But often one of the hardest to secure!
Are you having issues securing the Rear-Naked Choke?
Do you find yourself fighting to obtain your opponent’s back wasting tons of energy just to find yourself in a handgrip fight with your opponent to secure the rear-naked choke?
Do you find yourself abanding the position to secure a month or an armbar because you can’t get around your opponent’s rear-naked choke defense?
Then This Is The Course For You!
What Will You Learn From This Course?
In this course, you will learn how to systematically secure the correct positions over and over again to execute a perfect Rear-Naked Choke. These course concepts are proven by high-level competitors. The course is less than 30 minutes long with detail content. and illustrations to walk you through each concept. In addition, we provide downloadable material to help you understand and execute the sequence during your training.
This course is a comprehensive case study of how Gordon Ryan attacks the back with the rear-naked choke leading to a high percentage submission game against well-known opponents
Who Is Gordon Ryan?
Gordon Ryan has proven himself to be one of the most talented BJJ practitioners currently competing in submission only matches. A Renzo Gracie Black Belt and Member of Jonh Danaher’s infamous Death Squad, Gordon has a professional career record of 115 Matches. He successfully won 32 of those matches by submitting his opponents with the Rear Naked Choke. In 2017 and 2018 he displayed his ability to secure this submission against high-level opponents in the following competitions:
- IBJJF Nogi World Championship (black belt)
- Quintet 3
- IBJJF Pan Nogi (black belt)
- Kasai Pro 1
- EBI 14
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We studied and discovered 11 Key concepts he used to successfully secure the rear-naked choke.
Our study reviewed a clear and systematic approach to securing the rear-naked choke from back control. This approach involves an arm wrapping method that strategically secures and traps your opponent’s arms not allowing your opponent to defend your systematic attack by rear-naked choke.
Here Is What Is Included in this course
– Detail explanation of 11 key Concepts To Gordon Ryan’s Back Attack (Independent Case Study)
– Mind Map of the concepts
|Arm Trap System and Back Attack|
|Securing The Arm Trap System from The Back Control||00:00:00|
|Setting Up The Arm Trap||00:00:00|
|Once Obtaining The Grips Which Side Do You Fall Too?||00:00:00|
|Neutralizing one side||00:00:00|
|Two against One Position||00:00:00|
|Completing the Choke||00:00:00|
|Back Hooks Verses Body Triangle||00:00:00|
|Countering Possible Defenses To The Arm Trap||00:00:00|
|What to do when your opponent doesn’t let you fall to the proper side to perform the arm trap system?||00:00:00|
|Gordon Ryan Study Of The Rear Naked Choke Mind Map||00:00:00|
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