• First Principles Submissions Defense Volume 1 Arm Locks by Stephen Whittier
Third Degree Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Black Belt Stephen Whittier Dives Into The Most Effective And Efficient Ways To Defend Against Upper Body Submissions, So You Can Stay Calm And Escape With Technique!

Start by understanding the general principles of defending against submissions and learn how to apply them into your game.
Learn the concept of preventing arm isolation and leave your opponent with no options for attacks before you even have to start defending.
Check out numerous variations of armbar defense from all types of positions and master the hitchhiker escape.
Look at the difference between cross body and north south kimura defense.
Master other high level defenses to americanas, omoplatas, bicep slicers, and so much more.
Make sure your submission defense is up to par and learn how to defend in the most efficient way possible.

PART 1
INTRO
FIRST PRINCIPLES OF SUBMISSION DEFENSE
SIMPLY DOING A COMPLEX SYSTEM
CORE CONCEPTS
MOUNTED AMERICANA DEFENSE
PREVENTING ARM ISOLATION
PART 2
BOTH LEGS OVER SANDWICHING OPPONENTS LEG
BOTH LEGS OVER THREADING ARM OVER LEG
BOTH LEGS OVER FEET BELOW THE ARM
BOTH LEGS OVER FEET ABOVE THE ARM
HITCHHIKER ESCAPE
BICEP SLICER DEFENSE
PART 3
CROSS BODY KIMURA DEFENSE
DETAILS ON POSTURE AND CREATING ROTATION
NORTH SOUTH KIMURA DEFENSE
SHIN PIN
NORTH SOUTH KIMURA ARM SANDWICHED
CROSS BODY STRAIGHT ARM LOCK DEFENSE
PART 4
CLOSED GUARD ARMBAR DEFENSE
LOSING POSTURE
OMOPLATA INSIDE ROLL DEFENSE
OMOPLATA IRON PILLOW DEFENSE
OUTRO


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Release October 2021

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First Principles Submissions Defense Volume 1 Arm Locks by Stephen Whittier

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