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Providing a unique experience, the program goes beyond technique, with details, concepts and fundamentals.
Learn a variety of techniques taught by the duo of teachers from Renzo Gracie Upper West Side.
Learn the classic technique for opening the guard standing to escape attacks.
Mathaus teaches a technique for escaping the shield guard and going to the traditional half-guard.
Use the foot from the leg outside the guard as a way to pressure the knee and open up space so the other leg can pass, reaching...
Mathaus teaches a simple technique that every student must have on autopilot when defending against the de la Riva guard.
Learn one of the lapel choke techniques most often used nowadays.
After you learn the choke with the lapel, the variation presented here may turn out to be critical due to how effective it is.
Mathaus teaches a technique that uses the same principles as the paper cutter choke, but using the lapel.
Thiago and Mathaus have a discussion on the paper cutter.
Mathaus teaches the details involved in achieving the finish with the paper cutter.
Another paper cutter variation to add to your arsenal of techniques from side control.
When your opponent defends against the paper cutter, advance to the other side and then use the same — now unstoppable — techni...
Mathaus teaches the classic armbar starting from the closed guard, pointing to the detail of how to lock your opponent’s arm to...
When you employ the armbar, your opponent may take the attacked arm out of the guard, creating an opportunity for a triangle at...
With the triangle locked in place, it’s very common for the opponent to defend by hiding the inside arm to avoid the classic at...
A very effective transition in the event of the triangle attack being foiled consists of maneuvering to the omoplata, as taught...
One of the simplest, most effective defenses in the event of a triangle attack consists of bringing the hip of your opponent wh...
When you execute the triangle technique, one of the possible defenses your opponent can employ consists of stacking you. If thi...
A pretty unexpected transition. Upon locking the omoplata into place, you can evolve into a tight armbar.
After attempting the omoplata and changing to the armbar, you also have the option to finish via wrist fold.
Another good option for employing the omoplata involves closing the triangle to secure the position and the ensuing submission.
A high-level technique for those who like choking even with the omoplata locked in place.
Another omoplata variation, taught here by Thiago, to make you an even more unstoppable finishing machine.
Perhaps even more important than finishing is defending yourself -- so learn here a simple armbar escape.
Mathaus teaches a way to adapt the armbar in case your opponent defends by locking the hip.
Learn the different situations for applying the omoplata in a closed guard scenario.
In most cases, your opponent will attempt all possible defenses when they see an arm attack coming. At this point, you can tran...
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