Stephan Kesting – Submission Defense: How to Tape Out Less Often
Coach Stephan Kesting, a BJJ black belt, will show us all the methods and strategies to escape and neutralize all the seemingly impossible locks in this unique DVD. With clear, stunning images, this is a very effective and practical DVD specialized in deconstruction methods. This will be a handy packet of information for anyone who are interested in martial arts.
Stephan Kesting is a BJJ Black Belt under Marcus Soares and a Combat Submission Wrestling coach under Erik Paulson. Stephan works on the websites Grapplearts – Submission Grappling, Brazilian Jiu-jitsu, MMA, and NHB, where he provides methods, information, videos, DVDs, and Beginning Grappling. Jiu-jitsu (Brazil) (BJJ)
Grapplearts.com brings you… Submission Defense – Stephan Kesting… How to Tap Out Less Frequently. Completely HD-filmed!
This DVD will teach you step-by-step techniques for defeating the most common and dangerous submissions!
1. Lion Kill Defense 2. Prevention
3. Top Armbar Ninja Star Escape
1. Preventive Measures 2. The Clear & Bridge
1. Prevention 2. Stack & Spin Counter 3. Hitchhiker Escape Triangle Choke
3. Omoplata Foot In Armpit Escape
1. Avoidance 2. Cartwheel Escape
3. Rolling Counter Attack Arm Triangle Choke 1. Prevention 2. Counter Protection
1. Prevention 2. The Run-Around Counter 3. Leg Grab & Summersault Guillotine Choke
1. Prevention 2. Block & Slide 3. Arm-over Counter Rear Naked Choke
3. RNC Americana & V-Armlock Unwrapping
1. Prevention 2. Elbow Push Resistance
3. Straight Arm & Spin Kimura From Guard 1. Prevention 2. Back Counter
1. Prevention 2. Hook & Lift Counter 3. Hand Sandwich Defense Kimura From Above
1. Prevention 2. Triangle & Crossface 3. Grip Strip & Choke Kneebar
3. Kneebar Escape Straight Footlock Leg Pry
1. Avoidance 2. Standup & Crush 3. Hip Hop Counter
Plus, a bonus lesson from Stephan Kesting’s Grappling Concepts Course on ‘Caging The Hips’ to totally stop your opponent’s guard strikes with no effort!
The language is English.
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