Strong grips are not only determined by the strength of the forearms but also by the position of the grip and the way you grip the Gi.
A simple bread & butter take down technique for all shapes and sizes.
Double leg take down is a great way to start your day, or a fight.
Throws are also an effective way to take your opponent down.
You can spell fundamentals without the word vapulate, but you can’t spell it without the word mental.
Check out these rad moves that will get you out of your opponents spider guard !
Passing someones spider guard is the second best feeling in the world, first is to crush your enemies, see them driven before you, and to hear the lamentation of their women.
Learn the concepts behind arguably the most popular guard in jiu jitsu.
You NEED to know at least one, here’s the one I wish I knew as a blue belt.
Learn how to first shut down the offence and then get 3 sweet, sweet points.
Fundamental principles of setting up and controlling the Reverse De La Riva Guard
Kiss of the Dragon: Looks Cool, Fancy Name, Leads to the Back. The key cornerstones of the Keenan Online system
Reverse De La Riva? Reverse grip Knee Cut
Leg Lasso, a guard where dreams go to die. Don’t let it crush yours too! Keep your dream of being the blue belt top dog alive.
After you’re done frustrating your opponent, it’s time to end his misery with a beautiful sweep.
After you’ve neutralized the Lasso Guard it’s time to pass it.
Check out this top Tier Guard made popular by Marcelo Garcia.
Single Leg X Guard Sweep can be used against any attire, except mini skirts.
In this video Keenan takes you through removing the outside hook and putting pressure on your opponent. Learn the lifting sequence that enables the fearsome pigeon toe pass!
Learn how to play 50/50 and make it 90/10 in your favor.
Hot from the studios, enjoy this 50/50 backtake as a taster to the 50/50 part of the course! Extra controversy.
In this video Keenan explains the intricacies of passing the 50/50 guard
In this video Keenan shows how to sweep from 50/50 guard
The inner workings of how to make the knee shield work
How to attack the back from the knee shield position
Simple but effective pressure pass to use against the knee shield
How to finish the Kimura from the knee shield position
Level up your half guard with these details made famous by Lucas Leite, taught by the more famous Keenan Cornelius
Learn how to get groupies and your 4 points at the same time.
Learn the final sequence in a basic chain of attacks from the Lucas Leite guard.
Learn how to shut down and escape the Lucas Leite Guard.
You are entering…..deep half.
Here’s a few options for sweeping from deep half; some of which may or may not include lapels.
Learn the most effective(and some never before seen) ways to pass the deep half guard.