Stephen Whittier – Top Game Domination Mixed WEB Rip
Salepage : Stephen Whittier – Top Game Domination Mixed WEB Rip
Top Game, Volume 1: “Smear Campaign”
Once you’ve taken the cross-sides position in Jiu-Jitsu, one of the most important skills for maintaining your position and successfully attacking your opponent is the ability to “kill” (or take out of play) your opponent’s near side arm.
This book will teach you how to isolate anyone’s arm, even much stronger opponents, with minimal movement and only your body weight, and then lock in super high percentage submissions. Best of all, you never lose your position if you don’t finish the attacks you learn the first time!
Learn the most prevalent tactics for killing the arm – and how to use your opponent’s knowledge of them.
The one-step method for eliminating your opponent’s lever against your neck when he has bottom posture (never move again because of that forearm in your throat!)
Discover the specifics of positional upkeep after you’ve murdered your opponent’s arm and made it impossible for them to recover it.
Learn what is arguably the GNARLIEST positional submission in the game (the guy on bottom will feel like he’s in a barbed wire straightjacket).
Know exactly how to maintain position when your opponent generates space and obtains an underhook – it’s easier than you think, but you must quickly know where to put your arm!
Discover the Hip Slide arm killer method, which is so simple and effective that you’ll wonder why you ever did anything else from side to side!
Learn how to stop the movement of even the most erratic grapplers as you work your way to the tap.
S-Mount and Low Mount Attacks, Volume 2
Many grapplers avoid the mount due to the risk of losing position, although it is known to be the most dominant position (together with the back) for a reason! Learn how to maintain position, wear down your opponents as they carry your weight, and attack repeatedly until you get the tap!
Take the guessing out of positional upkeep – once you’ve mastered it, you’ll never be rolled again!
Do you find it difficult to remove the tap from the mount? Not any longer… You’ll learn the unseen details of using your hips and angle to beat your opponent’s frames (ninja stuff!)
Learn how to use head control in the mount, when to use it, and why it’s so important for advancing your position.
The most typical blunders made in obtaining and maintaining the S-Mount position (not knowing these will get you rolled before you can ever hope to get a submission).
Learn how to achieve the ultimate head down mount cross-face (hint: the pressure will build up a very stealthy and powerful choke!)
Lower body secrets for taking out your opponent’s bridge.
The little-known details that will propel the arm triangle to the top of your submission list!
High Mount Choke Mastery, Volume 3
No other Jiu-Jitsu practitioner in modern times has been more lethal from the mount position than Roger Gracie, who swept both his weight class and the black belt absolute both with cross choke finishes from mount in a single year. This volume is all about giving you the tools you need to play from this position and have access to all of the strongest chokes.
Learn the “hidden” pressure that will make or break your chokes from this position (it’s difficult to see, but your opponent will feel like a truck has parked on his chest!)
The ingenious technique for slipping your fingers under the collar – even if your opponent is gripping your wrist for dear life.
Learn how to use your offensive to keep AND improve your high mount position.
Obtaining the “inverted closed guard” position (while making them feel as though their body is trapped in a vice while you strike)!
Discover the most common cross collar choke mistakes that even many higher belts make (you’ll learn every nuance from grip alignment to wrist angle and down to your elbow position).
Why your degree of consciousness while you choke is critical to your ability to complete without being rolled.
Discover all of the primary X-choke variations, as well as the ultra-nasty elbow frame variation.
Learn the sneaky and brutal “Double Palms Down” choke, as well as the crucial weight-loading detail that will make your opponent’s eyes pop out!