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Never Get Stuck In A Bad Position Again…
Whether you’ve been training BJJ for a couple of sessions or a couple of years, you’ll have experienced how awful it is to get trapped under an opponent unable to move and gasping for air.
It can be a truly miserable experience.
However, it doesn’t have to be that way. You can escape most bad positions, providing you follow a few simple rules.
Step #1 – you have to stay calm. Panicking and flailing around will only make things worse.
Step #2 – you have to get safe (this is closely linked with step one). That means creating a strong frame that doesn’t leave many submission opportunities for your opponent.
Step #3 – you need to create space.
Step #4 – you need to use that space to get to a better position. That could be a complete reversal or recovering to guard.
Don’t get me wrong, it’s always difficult to escape a dominant position against a skilled opponent, but the process for escaping is always the same.
What makes escaping more challenging in Jiu Jitsu is that it’s dependent on the position you find yourself. That’s where the Art Of The Escape will help!
Before we get into that, you might be wondering who I am and why you should listen to me.
The Story Of How I Got Good…Fast
Before we go any further, I should introduce myself. My name is Tom Barlow and I’m considered to be one of the best British-born Jiu Jitsu competitors ever.
What makes this amazing is, I managed this without a regular supervision of a Jiu Jitsu instructor.
My training was limited to an hour or two PER MONTH with my instructor, Braulio Estima, and training with my students and friends at my Academy in Plymouth.
One of the reasons I have been so successful as a competitor is because I recognised the importance of escapes very early in my Jiu Jitsu career.
Escapes not only allow you to survive, they also free you to try new things take chances in competition, and, if it all goes wrong, you can rely on your escapes to recover back to a good position.
Thanks to my understanding of escapes, solid systems, and a good work ethic I have won numerous Jiu Jitsu competitions, most notably, the No-Gi World Championships as a Black Belt three years in a row (2013/14/15)
I know a lot of people struggle with escapes, so I decided to do something about it put my escaping knowledge into an easily accessible instructional.
Introducing the Art Of The Escape…
This two-part instructional is broken into ten different sections. Each section then starts with how you stay safe, then how you build a frame, before teaching you the highest percentage escapes from that position.
Check out the video below taken from the instructional that covers some essential Knee on Belly escapes.
Here’s what’s you’ll learn:
Part #1: Essential Escape Drills
- Bridge to tripod
- Bridge to shrimp
- Monkey roll
- Shrimp to granby
- Sit out
- Hip heist
Part #2: Escape Concepts
- Home alone
- Build a frame first
- How have to give energy to escape
- Combine escapes
Part #3: Side Control Escapes
- Build a frame
- Re-gain guard
- Arm trap and bridge
- Arm bar or reverse triangle
- Running escape
- Single leg
- Y escape
Part #4: Scarf / Open Scarf Escapes
- Build a frame
- Bridge and roll
- Lapel push
- Scoot to the back
Part #5: North / South Escapes
- Single leg
- Hip push to knee inside
- Back take
Part #6: Knee on belly Escapes
- Recover half guard
- Back sweep
Part #7: Mount Escapes
- Bridge and roll (grip variation: baseball bat, lapel, collar choke defence, trap and roll)
- Hip escape (foot escape variations: drag, lift
- Bridge and push
Part #8: Back Escapes
- Scoot low (no control)
- Shoulders to mat
- Arm over head
Part #9: Turtle Escapes
- Sit out
- Arm trap and roll
- Stand up
- (x cross) ninja roll
- Clear hooks & shoulder pull
Part #10: Leg Drag Escapes
- Collar push
- Calf Crush
- Knee bar
- Leg trap invert
That’s a whole lot of escaping goodness from just about any position you may find yourself in.
Ready To Become A BJJ Escape Artist?
So you’re probably wondering what The Art Of The Escape costs. I’ve seen similar instructionals with way less content sell for upwards of $77 – $97.
However, you won’t pay any where neat that. For a limited time only, you can get the full instructional for only:
That’s £27 for over 95 minutes of escape drills, concepts, and techniques goodness. To get instant access to the instructionals now click the button below:
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(1) The instructional’s will ALWAYS be available to download if you lose them. (2) If you don’t believe the cost of the instructional was worth the investment, I’ll give you a full instant refund.
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