Dynamic BJJ 3 DVD Set by Gerson Sanginitto
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There is no question that Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is one of the most popular styles of martial arts, due to its effectiveness in real combat. The author, Master Gerson Sanginitto, has spent decades studying and analyzing the different component of this revolutionary art. In this series of DVDs, he reveals step-by-step secrets of passing the guard, applying sweeps and submitting the opponent from the guard. All the techniques are analyzed and explained with clear explanations and precise descriptions. Learning this information will give you an arsenal of combinations that will enable you to get complete control over your opponent.
DVD 1 Passing the Guard:
1. Basic Pass
2. Bring knee between legs
3. Cross arm stand up
4. Stand up push knees down
5. Arm under leg 2 options
6. Trap knee get side
7. Trap arm under opponent
9. Stand up, break grip & pull arm
10. Both arms under legs
11. Both arms under legs 2nd variation
12. Jump over knees
DVD 2 Sweeps
DVD 3: Submissions from the Guard
Gerson Sanginitto is a professional Brazilian Jiu Jitsu instructor who began his martial arts training in Brazil. His extensive knowledge of the grappling arts is not limited to the method of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, but includes a black belt rank in Judo. A direct student of the president of the Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Federation, Carlos Gracie Jr., Mr. Sanginitto has shared many hours of extensive training with the top names of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, including Renzo Gracie and Rigan Machado.