Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Black Belt Techniques - Machado J.J. - Book
  • Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Black Belt Techniques - Machado J.J. - Book

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Black Belt Techniques - Machado J.J. - Book

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Known for his superior technical abilities and his unique and innovative moves, Jean Jacques Machado now presents his Brazilian jiu-jitsu system in book fo
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Known for his superior technical abilities and his unique and innovative moves, Jean Jacques Machado now presents his Brazilian jiu-jitsu system in book form for the first time. Techniques are not presented in isolation, but rather through a series of moves that guide practitioners from an initial threat or opportunity all the way through to a submission hold. The subtle interplay between various strategies is depicted, allowing students to choose the right attack or defense every time. One of the really great things about this well organized manual is the insight it give the reader into HIS style and particular approach. Machado teaches you techniques both with and without gi. Technically it is strategy manual, specifically it demonstrates the way you can play with the movements of BJJ in unpredicable ways, trick your opponent and fake him. J.J. Machado is known as a finisher and that is the other thing the book tries to demonstrate. It show very sneaky ways to enter into the submission holds! This isn't exactly a beginners book, but if you've been around the grappling game for a year or two, this book will take you to the next level. Jean Jacques Machado is a sixth-degree black belt and the head instructor at the RCJ Machado Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Academy in Tarzana, California. He is a defense tactics consultant to the Los Angeles Police Department, an advisor to the Navy's Special Warfare Development Group, and an instructor for the Navy Seals. He lives in Los Angeles. Introduction • Meet the Authors TECHNIQUES: 1. Pulling guard to arm lock • 2. Passing the guard to arm lock • 3. Passing the guard to a figure-four foot lock • 4. Passing the open guard 1: hand plant • 5. Passing the open guard 2: rolling and taking the back • 6. Passing the open guard 3: shin block to arm lock • 7. Passing the open guard 4: star pass • 8. Passing the spider guard 1: circling the hands • 9. Passing the spider guard 2: twist pass • 10. Passing the spider guard 3: rollover pass • 11. Passing the spider guard 4: leg spin pass • 12. Passing the guard: pass-to-mount variation • 13. Passing the guard to arm lock • 14 Butterfly guard spin pass • 15. Across-side to triangle choke • 16 Across-side to arm lock 1 • 17. Across-side to arm lock 2 • 18. Across-side to arm lock 3: opponent turns • 19. Across-side to Omoplata • 20. Key lock attack • 21. Collar and leg choke from across-side • 22. Across-side to arm lock 4: collar-choke fake • 23 Across-side to cross-collar choke • 24. Across-side to parallel collar choke • 25. Across-side to parallel collar choke to arm lock • 26. Across-side to Kimura • 27. Across-side to taking the back • 28. Parallel collar choke to arm lock • 29. Across-side to mount 1: triangle finish • 30. Across-side to mount 2: arm lock • 31. Across-side to mount 3: Omoplata • 32. Across-side to arm lock 5: same-side arm • 33. Across-side to Omoplata 2 • 34. Across-side to triangle • 35 Across-side to toe hold • 36. Across-side to lapel choke • 37. Across-side head-and-arm choke • 38. Across-side to collar choke: defender rolls away • 39. Across-side double attack • 40. Across-side double attack 2: opponent blocks choke • 41. Across-side double attack 3: Kimura option • .42 Choke from the back • 43. Double attack from the back • 44. Omoplata from the turtle position • 45. Taking the back of the turtle • 46. Clock choke • 47. Taking the back of the turtle 2: falling to the side • 48. Guard wing sweep • 49. Taking the back from the scissors sweep • 50. Arm lock from the scissors sweep • 51. Butterfly guard sweep • 52. Butterfly guard sweep to triangle choke • 53. Butterfly guard sweep to arm lock • 54. Closed guard arm-lock variation • 55. Closed guard arm-lock variation: Omoplata • 56. Open guard to shoulder lock • 57. Sitting guard windmill sweep • 58. Sitting guard trip sweep • 59. Sitting guard double-spin sweep • 60. Open guard sweep to knee bar • 61. Open guard to arm lock • 62. Open guard to crucifix choke • 63. Sitting guard sweep to leg lock • 64 Sitting guard sweep: opponent counters • 65 Butterfly guard sweep with guard pass • 66. Half-guard sweep to cross-knee pass • 67. Half-guard sweep to guard pass • 68. Half-guard sweep: opponent wraps arm • 69. Half-guard sweep: opponent slides arm under leg • 70. Sitting guard push sweep • 71. Half-guard helicopter sweep • 72. Guard pass: shortcut to the mount • 73. Guard pass: traditional, with change of direction • 74. Star guard pass • 75. Guard pass: traditional, with change of direction and hip switch • 76. Across-side to mount to arm lock • 77. Mounted position to triangle • 78. Mounted position to Omoplata • 79. Mounted position to arm lock: distraction technique • 80. Across-side attack 1: knee bar • 81. Across-side attack 2: toe hold • 82. Knee-on-stomach to arm lock • 83. Knee-on-stomach to choke • 84. Knee-on-stomach to opposite-arm arm lock • 85. Knee-on-stomach to choke • 86. No-gi mount to arm lock and triangle choke • 87. No-gi across-side to head-and-arm choke • 88. No-gi across-side to arm lock • 89 No-gi across-side to arm lock • 90. No-gi across-side to mount and choke • 91. No-gi guard pass to knee bar • 92. No-gi guard pass • 93. No-gi attack from the back • 94. No-gi half-guard sweep into guard pass • 95. No-gi half-guard sweep: opponent braces forward • 96. No-gi half guard to Omoplata • 97. No-gi half-guard sweep using the opponent's leg • 98. No-gi across-side to mount to head-and-arm choke • 99. No-gi across-side to two arm locks • 100. The Twister • 101. No-gi butterfly guard sweep • 102. No-gi butterfly guard sweep to foot lock • 103. No-gi butterfly guard sweep to knee bar • 104. No-gi open-guard submission heel hook and foot-lock variation • 105. No-gi open-guard pass to both sides • 106. No-gi guard pass to arm lock • 107. No-gi guard pass: opponent blocks • 108. No-gi open-guard pass to knee bar • 109. No-gi open-guard pass to foot lock • 110. No-gi open-guard hook pass to leg lock • 111. No-gi butterfly guard pass • 112. No-gi half-guard pass to knee bar
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