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 takedown technique for all shapes and sizes.
Double leg takedown is a great way to start your day, or a fight.
Throws are also an effective way to take your opponent down.
A continuation of concepts on stand up grips and how you can use them to set up your takedowns/throws as well as defend them.
Keenan talks about getting and keeping inside control as well as the different sleeve grips you should take depending on where you want to throw or pull guard.
“Jiu-jitsu posture” is an effective to way to shut down the set ups for a lot of judo throws, however with this grip set up you can tweak your throws to counter and punish your opponent for bad posture
Learn how to use your newfound knowledge of stand up grips to pull off a not too basic but not too advanced inside trip(Kouchi).
Keenan shows you how to chain some of your stand up attacks together in order to off balance your opponent and increase your chance of successfully taking them down.
Keenan shows how to turn the tables when you’re losing the battle after shooting on the single leg by countering the uchi mata.