Keenan explains the execution of the triangle choke from the Closed Guard.
Keenan shows how you can set up the omoplata from the closed guard over hook with the proper details so you maintain control the entire time.
Once you're in the over hook position, Keenan shows how to set up, execute, and adjust(when necessary) the cross choke.
Keenan shows how to secure the over hook position from the closed guard for maximum posture breaking.
Keenan shows how to seamlessly transition from a failed triangle attempt to the omoplata while maintaining control from the gubber guard.
Mario learns the most dangerous worm guard of them all, Reverse De La Worm. Zach Morris doesn't stand a chance.
Part 2 of Keena's private with Mario Lopez, Keenan further explains the worm guard control, and how to start attacking sweeps and back takes with it.
Keenan breaks down what makes the lapel control different than other grips and the first few positions of the worm guard system.
Does this ever happen to you? You learn a fancy new trick, start wrecking people in your academy with it, only for them to start picking up on your tricks and shutting them down? Well, here's an answer for when this happens with the Gubber Guard.
Keenan talks about how to finish the Omoplata from the Gubber Guard, as well as something you rarely see taught: how to safely disengage from the position and protect your partner/opponent once you get the tap.
How to set up the most immediate threat from the Gubber Guard, the triangle choke, and then how to adjust when they try to defend. Ha. Got 'em.
How to sweep your opponents overhead when they're pressuring into you from Gubber Guard, which puts you in the perfect position to finish with a shoulder lock from on top.