Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu - Championship Techniques - Machado J.J. - Book
  • Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu - Championship Techniques - Machado J.J. - Book

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu - Championship Techniques - Machado J.J. - Book

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Jiu-jitsu master Jean Jacques Machado follows up his bestselling Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Black Belt Techniques with a book designed to introduce everyone to
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Jiu-jitsu master Jean Jacques Machado follows up his bestselling Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Black Belt Techniques with a book designed to introduce everyone to the art of Brazilian jiu-jitsu. Championship Techniques presents readers the most important drills and positions in the sport. Positions that, when mastered, will give them the tools they need to win in competition. In addition to the positions, Jean Jacques includes insights on strategy, mindset, and objectives that facilitate a winning attitude and can be applied to training as well as competition. A complete chapter on standard competition rules completes the package. Known for his incredible technical abilities, Jean Jacques Machado shows in painstaking detail the small changes in holds and positions, often overlooked, which make the difference between victory and defeat. Competitors of all levels will be able to fortify their arsenals with a devastating supply of moves that will catch their opponents off guard and end fights quickly, efficiently, and emphatically. 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. INTRODUCTION Cultivating the Champion Within • Tournament Preparation • Competition Strategy! • Meet the Team ONE-PERSON DRILLS 1. Standing up in base • 2. Pivoting the legs • 3. Coming up to your knee • 4. Jumping to your feet • 5. Coming up from the side position • 6. Getting to your knees from the side position • 7. Circling the legs • 8. Side roll • 9. Wrestler's drill • 10. Hip escape • 11. Pulling your body down • 12. Push-up, spring to feet! TWO-PERSON DRILLS 13. Replacing the guard • 14. Armlock • 15. Armlock 2: surfing drill • 16. Knee-on-stomach 1: hopping from side to side • 17. Knee-on-stomach 2: walking around • 18. Hip escape: guard replace and sweep • 19. Escape from side control FIGHTING TECHNIQUES 20. Half-guard sweep • 21. Half-guard sweep 2 • 22. Half-guard sweep 3 • 23. Half-guard sweep 3 (variation) • 24. Half-guard sweep 4 • 25. Half-guard sweep 5 • 26. Half-guard sweep 6 • 27. Half-guard sweep 7: counter to the knee-across pass • 28. Half-guard sweep 8: taking the back • 29. Half-guard sweep 8: taking the back (variation) • 30. Reversal from the half-guard: the classic sweep • 31. Passing the half-guard 1: ballerina method • 32. Passing the half-guard 2: knee-push method • 33. Passing the half-guard 3: knee-through method • 34. Passing the half-guard submission option: armlock • 35. Guard pass: toreana • 36. Guard pass: spinning toreana • 37. Spider guard pass: one-hand toreana • 38. Spider guard pass: one-hand toreana (variation) • 39. Guard pass: toreana step-through directly to knee-on-stomach • 40. Guard pass: over-the-leg toreana • 41. Guard pass: over-the-leg toreana (opponent reacts) • 42. Guard pass: leg-and-arm grab • 43. Guard pass: leg-and-arm grab (jump up) • 44. Spider guard pass to armlock • 45. Guard pass variation • 46. Guard pass: ''stacking'' method with knee-through • 47. Guard pass submission option 1: knee lock! • 48. Guard pass submission option 2: loop choke • 49. Guard pass counter 1: triangle choke • 50. Guard pass counter 1 (variation): shoulder lock • 51. Guard pass counter 1 (variation): armlock with strong opponent • 52. Guard pass counter 2: sweep ! • 53. Guard pass counter 3: sweep (opponent passing with underhooks) • 54. Guard pass counter 4: armlock • 55. Bear hug guard pass counter • 56. Stacking guard pass counter: sweep to armlock • 57. Toreana guard pass counter: standing up • 58. Reversal from the butterfly guard 1: helicopter sweep • 59. Reversal from the butterfly guard • 60. Reversal from the butterfly guard 3 (opponent defends) • 61. Reversal from the butterfly guard 4: sweep • 62. Reversal from the butterfly guard 5: sweep (opponent defends) • 63. Reversal from the butterfly guard 6: taking the back! • 64. Reversal from the butterfly guard 7: taking the back to the choke ! • 65. Half-guard attack to key lock! • 66. Closed guard attack 1: armlock variations • 67. Closed guard attack 2: armlock and sweep combination ! • 68. Closed guard attack 2: armlock and sweep (continuation) • 69. Closed guard attack 3: key lock • 70. Closed guard attack 4: omoplata • 71. Closed guard attack 5: biceps cutter! • 72. Closed guard attack 5 (continuation): opponent defends biceps cutter • 73. Open guard attack: reverse triangle • 74. Open guard attack (continuation): reverse triangle submission options • 75. Side-control attack: S-mount to armlock • 76. Across-side attack: collar choke • 77. Attacking the turtle: choke (opponent facing) • 78. Mounted position attack: armlock • 79. Submission from the guard: choke • 80. Submission from the guard: armlock from an overhead sweep • 81. Submission from knee-on-stomach: choke • 82. Submission from the all-fours position: cervical hold • 83. Escaping from back control on all fours: side roll • 84. Escaping from back control on all fours: hip roll • 85. Escaping from back control on all fours: side roll (variation) • 86. Escaping from top control on all fours 1 : wrestler's escape • 87. Escaping from top control on all fours 2 (opponent very strong) • 88. Counter to the wrestler's escape from the mounted position • 89. Counter to the wrestler's escape: submission variations • 90. Counter to the wrestler's escape: submission variations • 91. Escaping from the biceps cutter and counter options • 92. Escaping from the omoplata to footlock • 93. Escaping from the sitting guard and counter • 94. Escaping the leg grab: shoulder lock or triangle • 95. Counter to omoplata escape Appendix: IBJJF Rules
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