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Stephan Kesting How to Defeat the Bigger Stronger Opponent Complete

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Stephan Kesting How to Defeat the Bigger Stronger Opponent Complete

Stephan Kesting How to Defeat the Bigger Stronger Opponent Complete l 4.21 GB

How to Defeat the Bigger, Stronger Opponent 5 DVD
Set with Stephan Kesting & Emily Kwok

Well known instructor Stephan Kesting along with active competitor Emily Kwok
have produced a huge set all about defeating a larger & stronger opponent.

Here are the general topics covered:

Strategies and tactics that smaller people must know in order
to level the playing field against a larger opponents,

Pin escapes that work regardless of size, including the rarely
taught topic of transitional escapes,

Drills and exercises to make your moves instinctive and strengthen
your body in sport-specific ways at the same time,

The best attacks from the Guard position, including which Guard positions
work for smaller grapplers and which don't,

The secrets of gripfighting and how to shut down your opponent's
offense by keeping his mitts off of you,

Guard passing for the smaller person. How to blow through your opponent's
guard even if he's bigger and stronger.

Submissions that'll tap out skilled opponents, even if they're much
bigger and stronger than you,

Tricks and shortcuts that Emily uses all the time as equalizers for size,
weight and strength differences,

Physical conditioning that prevents injury, allowing you to train with
bigger people and not feel 'beat up' all the time,

DVD 1: Drills, Gi and No-Gi Gripfighting (1 hour, 39 minutes)

Emily starts by sharing her favorite fundamental, advanced and
two-person partner drills. Warm up your body, build strength and
endurance, and create a foundation for the rest of her system with
these highly functional sport-specific movements.

In part two of the DVD Emily gives you a detailed what-to-do
breakdown of stand-up and ground-based gripfighting.
She covers techniques that'll work against opponents of
any size and of any grip strength. She also shares specific gripfighting
strategies and mindsets that have helped her win world titles in both
gi and no-gi grappling competitions.


Why You Should Drill
Fundamental Drills
Technical stand-up
Forward Breakfall
Backward Roll
Leg Circles
Leg Triangles
Grappler's Lifts
Advanced Drills
Butt Scoot Forward
Butt Scoot Backward
Shrimping Forward
Four Point Rotation
Jumping Lunges
Partner Drills
Leg Switching on Hips
Wheelbarrow Forwards
Crab Walk
Granby Roll
Leap Frogs
Drag with Sleeves
Bear Walk
Butterfly Lifts
Jumping Guard Sit Ups
Hook Walk
Guard Pop-ups
Introduction to Gripfighting
Four Fingers In
Pistol Grip
Lapel and Sleeve
Common Mistakes
Stripping Sleeve Grips
Stripping Lapel Grips
Stripping Elbow Grips
Stripping Over the Shoulder Grips
Stripping Grips on the Ground
Stripping Leg Grips
Demo and Summary
No Gi Grip Fighting

DVD 2: Compensating for Strength (2 hours, 24 minutes)

Not all guard positions keep you safe or are effective when you've facing
someone who is much larger and heavier than you. Here Emily shares her
favorite guard positions that work well against bigger people, and breaks
them down so you'll be able to keep good position and successfully defend
guard passing attempts. Plus she teaches you which sweeps work against
ALL sizes of opponents, not just ones your own size.

In part two Emily takes you through her bread and butter guard passes
that she uses again and again when facing larger opponents. Don't let
guard passing turn into a battle of strength; use speed, leverage and
timing instead! Emily teaches you the secrets of 'ganging up' on your
opponent by using your whole body to dominate ONE of his limbs. Once
you isolate a limb you can then use it to get past their guard and into a good
position where you can dominate the rest of the fight.

In part three of this DVD, Emily explores the seldom-taught area of
transitional escapes, sharing with you the strategies and mindset that
completely changed her own approach to pin escapes. She also shows
you the exact techniques you need to know in order to keep things
moving, and to not end up completely flattened and helplessly pinned
underneath your opponent.


Compensating for Strength
Intro to the Seated Guard
Knee Push Sweep
Butterfly Sweep
Butterfly Sweep with Head Control
Butterfly Sweep with Knee Push
Single Leg X Guard
Intro and Shin-to-Shin Entry
Butterfly Sweep Entry
Side to Side Finish
Heel Grab Finish
Dealing with Grips
Transition from Single Leg X Guard to Regular X Guard
Intro to the X Guard and X Guard Details
stand-up Finish
Backtrip Finish
Intro to the Half Guard
Taking the Back
Leg Grab Sweep
Roll-Under Sweep
The 'Vomit' Sweep
Guard Passing
Strategies and Tactics
Explosive stand-up
Standing Step Pass
Leg Drag & Hip Trap
Over-Under Pass
Transitional Escapes
Pin Escapes Intro
Block and Elbow Wedge
Multiple Bridging
Side to Side Bridging
Transitional Mount Escapes
Improving the Elbow-Knee Escape
Leg Trap Mount Escape

DVD 3: Top Five Moves (1 hour, 15 minutes)

Every champion has his or her favorite 'go to' moves... In this DVD Emily
shares her top five submissions, her top five guard sweeps, and her top
five escapes and transitions for dealing with much larger people.
Most importantly, she includes the tweaks and details that take 'regular'
techniques and change them into 'giant-killer' moves. Master these 15
techniques and watch your training partners develop a new-found respect
for your skills.


Top 5 Submissions for Smaller People
Choosing your Submissions
Cross Side Lapel Choke
Modified Baseball Choke
Reverse Armbar from Mount
Bow and Arrow Choke
North South Choke
Top 5 Guard Sweeps for Smaller People
Developing your Guard Sweeps
Knee Push to Single Leg X Guard
Knee Push to Sickle Sweep
Scooting Butterfly Sweep
Double Shin Lever
Counter to Backstep Guard Pass
Top 5 Transitions and Escapes
Moving in Transition
Closed to Open Guard
Elbow Push vs Guard Pass
Leg Over Head Escape
Granby Roll Escapes
Two-on-One Escape
Some Final Words of Advice

Bonus DVD 1: Q & A Session with Emily Kwok (1 hour)


Release date: 17 Jan 2012



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Stephan Kesting How to Defeat the Bigger Stronger Opponent Complete


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