John Danaher – New Wave Jiu Jitsu: Mounted Pin Attacks – The 4×4 Mount System

John Danaher – New Wave Jiu Jitsu: Mounted Pin Attacks – The 4×4 Mount System

John Danaher - New Wave Jiu Jitsu: Mounted Pin Attacks - The 4x4 Mount System

John Danaher – New Wave Jiu Jitsu: Mounted Pin Attacks – The 4×4 Mount System

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Learn the best submission holds to apply from mount, including the arm triangle, juji gatame, mounted triangle, and more

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John Danaher – New Wave Jiu Jitsu: Mounted Pin Attacks – The 4×4 Mount System

John Danaher - New Wave Jiu Jitsu: Mounted Pin Attacks - The 4x4 Mount System

Solve the central problems of the mounted position with Professor John Danaher’s 4×4 system for establishing control and setting up submissions

  • Learn the best submission holds to apply from mount, including the arm triangle, juji gatame, mounted triangle, and more
  • Use this 4-step method to win from mount, including some of John’s favorite methods for gripping and hand fighting to control the grappling exchanges
  • Shut down escapes and troubleshoot the 4×4 system with John’s advice on where you are likely to see problems and how you can solve these issues
  • See all the best ways to establish control and stabilize position as you work your way through for increased dominance against the bottom player
  • Professor John Danaher has taught grappling and combat superstars like Gordon Ryan, Georges St. Pierre, Garry Tonon, and many more throughout his illustrious coaching career – with remarkable success with students of all levels of experience and athleticism
  • Know more. Win more.

COURSE CONTENT

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Volume 1

Introduction 0
The Central Problem Of Pinning In Submission Grappling – The 5 Pins Of Jiu-Jitsu 6:59
The Mechanics Of Pinning 19:56
The 2 Big Themes Of New Wave Pinning 29:13
Converting Pins To Submissions – The 2 Keys Of Conversion 40:38
Elbow Penetration 46:04
My Favorite Philosophy Of Pinning: Legs Vs Upper Body 51:18
The Mounted Position – Reflections On The Mounted Position For Grappling 56:24
The Single Greatest Advantage Of The Mounted Position Over Other Pins 1:02:58
The First Skill Of The Mounted Position: Getting Mounted – The Central Problems Of The Mounted Position 1:11:50

Volume 2

Getting Mounted – The Knee Drive Method 0
Knee Drive Method Part 2 17:17
Stepover Method 25:15
Double Underhooks Method 38:18
The Second Skill Of Getting Mounted: Mount Retention – Multiple Mounts Outperform Any Single Mount 48:01
The Crucial Relationship Between Half Guard Passing And Mounted Position 1:21:21
The Third Skill Of Mounted Position: Winning The Batte Of The Elbow – In Jiu Jitsu: Extension Is Weakness 1:37:56

Volume 3

The 4×4 Mount System: A 4 Step Program To Win From Mounted Position – Step 1: Getting To An Underhook – The Cross Wrist Method 0
The Half Hand Grip 8:33
Establish Underhook From Half Guard 18:07
Establish The Underhook As You Mount From Side Control 23:18
Give A Little To Gain A Lot 29:52
Penetrate Opposite Elbow 38:35
Midirectional Underhook 43:44
Wrist Vs Elbow Method 46:59
Step 2. Elbow Separation Over The Shoulder Line: The Ratchet Method 55:11
Step 3. Establishing The 4 Control Grips Of The Mounted Position – The Single Chest Wrap 1:09:48
The Far Trap Underhook 1:23:28
Double Chest Wrap 1:28:41
Arm Wrap/Figure 4 Arm Wrap 1:35:17

Volume 4

Step 4: The 4 Submissions Of The 4×4 System – Kata Gatame (Arm Triangle) – Begin With Kata Gatame 0
Entering Kata Gatame From The Single Chest Wrap 3:19
The Mechanics Of Kata Gatame 10:38
Improving Your Kata Gatame Mechanics With The Pump Flex (Lifting The Head To Attack) 29:51
Bulldozing Through Your Opponent’s Defenses 39:17
Recovery From A Failed Kata Gatame 50:21
Timing The Dismount From Mount To Side 58:27

Volume 5

Rear Strangle – Far Trap Underhook Transition To Rear Mount 0
The Importance Of Lifting The Head When Tranisitioning To Rear Mount 12:06
Lower Body Controls From Rear Mount 17:47
Upper Body Controls 28:28
The Number One Back Submission Sequence 37:15
Strangling With The Legs From The Back 52:16
Front Strangle/Rear Strangle Dilemma 1:07:23
Juji Gatame (Arm Bar) – The Double Arm Wrap Is The Best Setup For Mounted Juji Gatame 1:17:00
Lifting The Head For Better Entries 1:30:08
Special Study Of Juji Gatame 1:37:05
The Right Right Right Rule 1:50:34

Volume 6

Magnum Finishes – Pushing Finish 0
Lat Grip 4:58
Multiple Juji Gatame Configurations 8:07
Juji Through 360 Degrees 26:56
Mounted Triangle – General Reflections On The Mounted Triangle 37:06
The Single Chest Wrap Is The Best Setup For Mounted Triangles 43:15
The Great Dichotomy In Mounted Triangle Attacks: Stepover Methods Vs Knee Slide Methods 50:48

Volume 7

The 4 Keys To A Strong Mounted Triangle – 1. Hand Assist 0
2. Forward Bias 4:30
3. Get Your Opponent’s Head Off The Mat – Twice 7:46
4. The Rules Of Risk 10:37
Push Down Stepover Method 21:49
Push Out Stepover Method 35:15
Knee Slide Shoulder Drop Method 46:12
Pivot Knee Slide Method (My Favorite) 59:02
Mounted Head And Arm 1:09:58
Mounted Head And Arm Part 2 1:18:32
Placido’s Revenge 1:27:21
Arm Wrap To Mounted Triangle 1:31:33
Lat 3/4 Juji Gatame (Arm Bar) 1:38:10

Volume 8

Overcoming Failure In The 4 Step System – First Failure: You Can’t Get The Elbow Over The Shoulder Line 0
Second Form Of Failure: You Can’t Get An Underhook 11:45
Final Overview Of The 4×4 Mount System 22:16
The Deepest Theme Of This Video Which Will Change Your Outlook On Grappling Pins 34:21

PART 1

  • INTRODUCTION

THE CENTRAL PROBLEM OF PINNING IN SUBMISSION GRAPPLING

  • THE 5 PINS OF JIU-JITSU
  • THE MECHANICS OF PINNING
  • THE 2 BIG THEMES OF NEW WAVE PINNING

CONVERTING PINS TO SUBMISSIONS

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  • THE 2 KEYS OF CONVERSION
  • ELBOW PENETRATION
  • MY FAVORITE PHILOSOPHY OF PINNING: LEGS VS UPPER BODY

THE MOUNTED POSITION

  • REFLECTIONS ON THE MOUNTED POSITION FOR GRAPPLING
  • THE SINGLE GREATEST ADVANTAGE OF THE MOUNTED POSITION OVER OTHER PINS

THE FIRST SKILL OF THE MOUNTED POSITION: GETTING MOUNTED

  • THE CENTRAL PROBLEMS OF THE MOUNTED POSITION

PART 2

GETTING MOUNTED

  • THE KNEE DRIVE METHOD
  • KNEE DRIVE METHOD PART 2
  • STEPOVER METHOD
  • DOUBLE UNDERHOOKS METHOD

THE SECOND SKILL OF GETTING MOUNTED: MOUNT RETENTION

  • MULTIPLE MOUNTS OUTPERFORM ANY SINGLE MOUNT
  • THE CRUCIAL RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HALF GUARD PASSING AND MOUNTED POSITION

THE THIRD SKILL OF MOUNTED POSITION: WINNING THE BATTE OF THE ELBOW

  • IN JIU JITSU: EXTENSION IS WEAKNESS

PART 3

THE 4X4 MOUNT SYSTEM: A 4 STEP PROGRAM TO WIN FROM MOUNTED POSITION

STEP 1: GETTING TO AN UNDERHOOK

  • THE CROSS WRIST METHOD
  • THE HALF HAND GRIP
  • ESTABLISH UNDERHOOK FROM HALF GUARD
  • ESTABLISH THE UNDERHOOK AS YOU MOUNT FROM SIDE CONTROL
  • GIVE A LITTLE TO GAIN A LOT
  • PENETRATE OPPOSITE ELBOW
  • MIDIRECTIONAL UNDERHOOK
  • WRIST VS ELBOW METHOD

STEP 2. ELBOW SEPARATION OVER THE SHOULDER LINE: THE RATCHET METHOD

STEP 3. ESTABLISHING THE 4 CONTROL GRIPS OF THE MOUNTED POSITION

  • THE SINGLE CHEST WRAP
  • THE FAR TRAP UNDERHOOK
  • DOUBLE CHEST WRAP
  • ARM WRAP/FIGURE 4 ARM WRAP

PART 4

STEP 4: THE 4 SUBMISSIONS OF THE 4X4 SYSTEM

KATA GATAME (ARM TRIANGLE)

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  • BEGIN WITH KATA GATAME
  • ENTERING KATA GATAME FROM THE SINGLE CHEST WRAP
  • THE MECHANICS OF KATA GATAME
  • IMPROVING YOUR KATA GATAME MECHANICS WITH THE PUMP FLEX (LIFTING THE HEAD TO ATTACK)
  • BULLDOZING THROUGH YOUR OPPONENT’S DEFENSES
  • RECOVERY FROM A FAILED KATA GATAME
  • TIMING THE DISMOUNT FROM MOUNT TO SIDE

PART 5

REAR STRANGLE

  • FAR TRAP UNDERHOOK TRANSITION TO REAR MOUNT
  • THE IMPORTANCE OF LIFTING THE HEAD WHEN TRANSITIONING TO REAR MOUNT
  • LOWER BODY CONTROLS FROM REAR MOUNT
  • UPPER BODY CONTROLS
  • THE NUMBER ONE BACK SUBMISSION SEQUENCE
  • STRANGLING WITH THE LEGS FROM THE BACK
  • FRONT STRANGLE/REAR STRANGLE DILEMMA

JUJI GATAME (ARM BAR)

  • THE DOUBLE ARM WRAP IS THE BEST SETUP FOR MOUNTED JUJI GATAME
  • LIFTING THE HEAD FOR BETTER ENTRIES
  • SPECIAL STUDY OF JUJI GATAME
  • THE RIGHT RIGHT RIGHT RULE

PART 6

MAGNUM FINISHES

  • PUSHING FINISH
  • LAT GRIP
  • MULTIPLE JUJI GATAME CONFIGURATIONS
  • JUJI THROUGH 360 DEGREES

MOUNTED TRIANGLE

  • GENERAL REFLECTIONS ON THE MOUNTED TRIANGLE
  • THE SINGLE CHEST WRAP IS THE BEST SETUP FOR MOUNTED TRIANGLE
  • THE GREAT DICHOTOMY IN MOUNTED TRIANGLE ATTACKS: STEPOVER METHODS VS. KNEE SLIDE METHODS

PART 7

THE 4 KEYS TO A STRONG MOUNTED TRIANGLE

  • 1. HAND ASSIST
  • 2. FORWARD BIAS
  • 3. GET YOUR OPPONENT’S HEAD OFF THE MAT – TWICE
  • 4. THE RULES OF RISK
  • PUSH DOWN STEP OVER METHOD
  • PUSH OUT STEPOVER METHOD
  • KNEE SLIDE SHOULDER DROP METHOD
  • PIVOT KNEE SLIDE METHOD (MY FAVORITE)
  • MOUNTED HEAD AND ARM
  • MOUNTED HEAD AND ARM PART 2
  • PLACIDO’S REVENGE
  • ARM WRAP TO MOUNTED TRIANGLE
  • LAT 3/4 JUJI GATAME (ARM BAR)

PART 8

  • OVERCOMING FAILURE IN THE 4 STEP SYSTEM
  • FIRST FAILURE: YOU CAN’T GET THE ELBOW OVER THE SHOULDER LINE
  • SECOND FORM OF FAILURE: YOU CAN’T GET AN UNDERHOOK
  • FINAL OVERVIEW OF THE 4X4 MOUNT SYSTEM
  • THE DEEPEST THEME OF THIS VIDEO WHICH WILL CHANGE YOUR OUTLOOK ON GRAPPLING PINS

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