The Vegas Vault

Module 1 Day-1
Unit 1 Intro - Using Positional Training to Identify Mistakes
Unit 2 How to deal with someone who is keeping their elbows down and blocking your knees when you are mounted
Unit 3 How to create a stable position to avoid being bridged when going for the Ezekiel choke or hammer fist choke from the mount
Unit 4 Options to shut down or counter the elbow escape or shrimp
Unit 5 Dealing with someone stronger pinning your wrist down from mount
Unit 6 How to start on the bottom of the mount with punches or in a fight
Unit 7 Dealing with an opponent who is holding from the mount with one arm under the head and the other posted out
Unit 8 Being prepared to deal with the bridge when attacking the cross collar choke from the mount
Unit 9 Transitioning back to the mount when the opponent gets both arms under the leg to throw you off
Unit 10 Dealing with someone bumping and pushing your hips off from mount
Unit 11 Using the elbow to wedge under the wrist when attacking the Americana from the mount
Unit 12 Preventing getting bridged off when attacking the Americana from the mount
Unit 13 Switching sides with the bridge escape when they drop their hip to counter
Unit 14 How to get your leg flat to the ground when the opponent starts with their feet underneath
Unit 15 Making the opponent fall back and sit from Side Mount by pushing the knee out
Unit 16 Making the opponent sit and fall back from S mount
Unit 17 How to deal with someone attacking your neck without having to bring your arms up from mount
Unit 18 Details to develop the Hammerfist Choke
Unit 19 More details on the Side mount and S-Mount escape
Unit 20 Turning your foot to the ground to get your knee under the leg for the elbow escape
Unit 21 Deciding how to use the elbow escape based on your body type
Unit 22 Attacking the Americana from the mount without getting their arm to the ground
Unit 23 Day 1 session 2 intro - The Cross Collar Choke
Unit 24 Mastering the squeeze for the cross collar choke
Unit 25 Mastering the squeeze for the cross collar choke Q&A
Unit 26 Pulling the opponent in when doing the cross collar choke
Unit 27 Pulling the opponent in when doing the cross collar choke Q&A
Unit 28 Push pull choke
Unit 29 Push pull choke Q&A
Unit 30 applying the squeeze with the over hand grip on the Cross Collar choke
Unit 31 applying the squeeze with the over hand grip on the Cross Collar choke Q&A
Unit 32 Understanding the angles of attack for the cross collar choke and establishing the first grip from closed guard
Unit 33 Understanding the angles of attack for the cross collar choke and establishing the first grip from closed guard Q&A
Unit 34 Combining the cross collar choke and the arm bar from the guard
Unit 35 Combining the cross collar choke and the arm bar from the guard Q&A
Unit 36 The Cross collar choke from the mount
Unit 37 The Cross collar choke from the mount Q&A
Unit 38 Cross collar choke with the over hand grip from the mount
Unit 39 Cross collar choke with the over hand grip from the mount Q&A
Unit 40 Attacking the cross collar choke from the mount using both angles
Unit 41 Countering some of the defenses to the cross collar choke
Unit 42 Combining the cross collar choke and arm bar from the mount
Unit 43 Combining the cross collar choke and arm bar from the mount Q&A
Unit 44 Roger Gracie cross collar attack from mount
Unit 45 Roger Gracie cross collar attack from mount Q&A
Module 2 Day-2
Unit 1 Freeing your head from a bottom cross side head and arm grab
Unit 2 Escaping the cross side position when the opponent has both arms under control and dropping their hip
Unit 3 Switching the hip from cross side head and arm control to prevent guard recovery and set up mount and how to transition to scarf hold
Unit 4 Learning how to push and pull with the legs from cross side to increase your weight and control your opponent
Unit 5 Keeping your weight on your opponent from cross side to prevent them getting away and learning to control by shifting your weight
Unit 6 Mat Chat - Why its important to be able to learn to move with your opponent instead of being stiff, mastering the basics
Unit 7 switching your base to avoid getting pushed back, how to create a game for yourself and implementing weight distribution into your training
Unit 8 Understanding how to use a bump with the hips to create space
Unit 9 learning to relax and stay loose to avoid being pushed and moved by your opponen
Unit 10 Understanding the importance of the under hook for cross side control
Unit 11 Using the bump with the back door escape
Unit 12 Using bumps to help you free your arm when the person on top is plucking the elbow
Unit 13 Hand placement from cross side to prevent getting caught in half guard and countering to mount
Unit 14 Using the backdoor escape against cross side head and arm control
Unit 15 Lifting the elbow for the backdoor escape instead of stretching the arm
Unit 16 Going belly down and back to your knees from cross side and preventing the opponent from running to your back
Unit 17 Bumping the opponent onto the hip and rolling them over from cross side
Unit 18 Training how to bait the guard recovery then countering and mounting
Unit 19 Learning how to bump into the connection to create space
Unit 20 What to do when the opponent tries to push you off the cross side position
Unit 21 How to kill the hand on the hip when the opponent tries to stop you from passing the guard
Unit 22 Cross side escape, using the under hook to stay on your side and prevent from getting flattened out
Unit 23 Cross side escape, using the under hook to stay on your side and prevent from getting flattened out Q&A
Unit 24 Preventing the opponent from pummeling back in for the under hook
Unit 25 Preventing the opponent from pummeling back in for the under hook Q&A
Unit 26 How to clear the grip when your opponent is grabbing your leg for control
Unit 27 cross side escapes when strikes are involved
Unit 28 knowing when to get back to your knees
Unit 29 what to do when the opponent uses two hands to pluck the elbow
Module 3 Day-3
Unit 1 Creating a stable position with the top half guard
Unit 2 Using the knee to pressure the hip when the opponent in half guard bottom starts to get on their side
Unit 3 Keeping the free leg out of the half guard
Unit 4 Being focused when training and using positional training as a tool to identify your mistakes
Unit 5 freeing the ankle after you transition to mount from half guard
Unit 6 Avoiding the Kimura from bottom half guard and being active with the under hook
Unit 7 Knowing when to use the bridge from half guard on bottom
Unit 8 Positional Lesson 07
Unit 9 Freeing the knee from half guard top and attacking their under hook if they block
Unit 10 why standing up from half guard to knee cut is counterproductive for the person on top
Unit 11 The how to do the hook sweep from bottom half guard
Unit 12 Shutting down the hook sweep and countering to mount
Unit 13 Transfering your weight onto your opponent when you engage from the half guard position
Unit 14 Learning to use your opponent to help you move and get to your side
Unit 15 The importance of Position before Submission
Unit 16 Escaping the half guard lock down
Unit 17 Preventing deep half guard with positioning and learning to relax to prevent getting moved and swept
Unit 18 Advice for a white belt learning the half guard position
Unit 19 demonstrating how to relax and stay heavy to prevent deep half guard
Unit 20 Using the hook sweep flat on your back vs on your side and countering by sliding into mount
Unit 21 dealing with half guard knee sheild or Z-guard
Unit 22 Transitioning to the knee slide pass from half guard without giving space
Unit 23 Setting up the americana from the cross side position when the opponent uses a frame on the neck
Unit 24 Setting up the americana from the cross side position when the opponent uses a frame on the neck Q&A
Unit 25 how to set up your cross side position when the opponent starts with the under hook and setting up the straight arm lock and mount
Unit 26 how to set up your cross side position when the opponent starts with the under hook and setting up the straight arm lock and mount Q&A
Unit 27 Establishing the underhook from cross side and using weight distribution to create pressure
Unit 28 Establishing the underhook from cross side and using weight distribution to create pressure Q&A
Unit 29 increasing your weight by adjusting your position and using your legs once you establish the cross side with the underhook
Unit 30 increasing your weight by adjusting your position and using your legs once you establish the cross side with the underhook Q&A
Unit 31 attacking the arms from cross side once you establish the underhook
Unit 32 attacking the arms from cross side once you establish the underhook Q&A
Unit 33 attacking with the paper cutter and understanding how to constantly make the near side arm uncomfortable
Unit 34 attacking with the paper cutter and understanding how to constantly make the near side arm uncomfortable Q&A
Unit 35 Day 3 closing chat about attacking from cross side
Module 4 Day-4
Unit 1 How to use the legs to help you escape the back position
Unit 2 learning how to identify problems and addressing the issue - how to mount when they block the knee
Unit 3 using a kickstand to be able to fall away from the choking arm when the opponent has the seat belt grip
Unit 4 Learning to use your legs to help turn your hip even when they try to block you
Unit 5 attacking the neck, going over and around their defense
Unit 6 learning the details of the bow and arrow choke from the back
Unit 7 bow and arrow choke Q&A and digging in the hands to get the grip
Unit 8 The importance of stretching your head back to defend the choke and how it helps you escape
Unit 9 using the legs to control your opponent and prevent them from getting to the side
Unit 10 Getting to a safe and comfortable position when you get flattened out belly down with someone on your back
Unit 11 Using your legs to control from the back and understanding what your opponent wants to do to stop them
Unit 12 attacking the footlock when someone has you in a body triangle from the back
Unit 13 dealing with the person sitting with forward posture when you take their back
Unit 14 Placing your foot on the ground to be able to move your hip
Unit 15 Playing around and learning to defend the triple threat position
Unit 16 Going in Depth on the RNC aka Rear Naked Choke
Unit 17 Going in-depth on the Rear Naked Choke Q&A
Unit 18 Testing the Rear Naked Choke with the hands in for defense
Unit 19 Hand placement on the back of the head and more RNC Q&A
Unit 20 Going in-depth on The Triangle choke
Unit 21 Going in-depth on The Triangle choke Q&A
Unit 22 The North-South Choke
Unit 23 The North-South Choke Q&A
Unit 24 The Guillotine
Unit 25 The Guillotine Q&A
Unit 26 Creating space to get the grip from the feet when the opponent clinches
Module 5 Day-5
Unit 1 The Concept for Passing Guard
Unit 2 Understanding Weight Distribution when Passing Guard
Unit 3 Understanding Weight Distribution when Passing Guard Q&A
Unit 4 The importance of using your weight and angles and not using grips when learning to pass guard
Unit 5 Learning to use your weight and angles on the legs to collapse the frames and soaking up space
Unit 6 Soaking up space
Unit 7 understanding how weight distribution creates connection
Unit 8 Changing the angles at the point of connection to kill the frame
Unit 9 Using the knee cut pass when your opponent tries to recover guard and jamming the ankle to prevent guard recovery
Unit 10 Cutting the angle and trapping the head when passing guard to prevent recovery
Unit 11 Learning to use the arms and body to clear the feet on the biceps for spider guard
Unit 12 Learning to use the arms and body to clear the feet on the biceps for spider guard Q&A
Unit 13 Using the concept of passing to deal with different variations of guard
Unit 14 using the sumo squat to engage against sitting guard
Unit 15 using the sumo squat to engage against sitting guard Q&A
Unit 16 learning the skill of guard passing and getting worse before you get better
Unit 17 Controlling the angle and learning to pull your shoulder back to get back to your knees from the cross side
Unit 18 Pulling your shoulder back to be able to get back to your knees Q&A
Unit 19 Learning the defense for the back triangle
Unit 20 arm inside guillotine from the guard
Unit 21 Self Defense - Standing surprise shoulder check into RN
Unit 22 Keeping Jiu-Jitsu practical, training without using grips
Unit 23 Why training Judo is not ideal for self defense
Unit 24 Dealing with someone starting in combat base position
Unit 25 strategy from turtle position
Unit 26 Keeping posture from inside the closed guard
Unit 27 Practicing keeping posture inside the guard
Unit 28 Details on the Scissor sweep
Unit 29 Scissor sweep transition to arm lock
Unit 30 Maintaining the mount with shorter legs against a bigger person
Unit 31 Shoulder lock counter to anaconda choke
Unit 32 Possible options for x-guard and single leg x guard
Unit 33 option against someone standing up in your guard putting pressure on you
Unit 34 smothering and trapping the arm to pass the closed guard with strikes
Unit 35 countering the smother and arm trap pass
Unit 36 understanding the concept getting up and falling back to sweep from the guard
Unit 37 more details to passing the knee shield guard
Unit 38 Playing around with the triple threat position from the back and understanding how to defend the back triangle

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