Lachlan Giles – High Percentage Chokes No Gi


Product Name: Lachlan Giles – High Percentage Chokes No Gi
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Learn The Precise Yet Simple Techniques and Tips That Will Allow You To Choke Anyone In Your Gym When Training No Gi
2x ADCC Competitor Lachlan Giles Is Perhaps The Most Accomplished Australian Grappler Of All Time & The Mastermind Behind Craig Jones’ Meteoric Rise and He Shows All Of His Secrets To Setting Up & Finishing Chokes With Techniques & Narrating His Own Training Sessions
Turn your arms into pythons and learn how to squeeze necks like never before!  These are the tricks that helped lead Lachlan Giles to being a 2x ADCC Trials champion and podium finisher at the IBJJF Worlds No Gi.  Learn Lachlans systematic approach and catch the neck effortlessly in no gi.
When you take off the gi, the game changes.
It isn’t easier and it isn’t harder, it is just different…  You can’t grapple the same way that you do in the gi and expect to have success.  There are 2 major differences: armlocks are harder to get and chokes are easier to get for the same reason:

No-Gi Is Much More Slippery

Not only does he have some of the best entries in the game, Lachlan also has the best tricks to finishing almost any choke.  He is not only one of the best competitors there is, he is also one of the best instructors.
Some of the best competitors are not able to breakdown the details when they teach, that is NOT the case for Lachlan.

DVD 1:

Part 1: Concepts and Core Techniques
Introduction to the series
Overview of positions and submissions
Arm in guillotine
10 finger guillotine
D’arce choke
Japanese neck tie
North south choke
Important concepts
Part 2: Front Headlock
Overview of options
What your opponent is looking to do
Controlling the position
Setting up the guillotine and arm in guillotine
Dealing with common encounters
Linking the submissions
DVD 2:
Part 3: Guard
Overview and concepts
Guillotine from closed guard
Preventing the head from slipping
Dealing with the hand fight
Dealing with passing to the bad side
Countering the roll away
Linking of the techniques
Part 4: Top Half
Overview and entries
Mounted guillotine
Rolling to anaconda
Japanese neck tie
Dealing with common counters
Linking the techniques
DVD 3:
Part 5: Inverted North South
Options and entries
Anaconda choke
Troubleshooting the finish
Adapting based on your body dimensions
Dealing with common counters
Switching to mounted guillotine
Linking the techniques
Part 6: North South Attacks
Overview and entries
D’arce choke from side
North south choke
Dealing with common reactions
Linking the techniques
DVD 4:
Part 7: Defense
Safety and not getting injured
Concepts for defending frontal chokes
Choosing the correct side
Roll, bridge and head pummel
Von flue choke
Defending from bottom half
Part 8:
Narrated rolling
Narrated rolling 1
Narrated rolling 2
Narrated rolling 3
Narrated rolling 4
Narrated rolling 5
Narrated rolling 6
Narrated rolling 7
Q & A

What is Martial arts ?

Martial arts are codified systems and traditions of combat practiced for a number of reasons such as self-defense; military and law enforcement applications; competition; physical, mental, and spiritual development; entertainment; and the preservation of a nation’s intangible cultural heritage.

Although the term martial art has become associated with the fighting arts of East Asia, it originally referred to the combat systems of Europe as early as the 1550s. The term is derived from Latin and means “arts of Mars”, the Roman god of war. Some authors have argued that fighting arts or fighting systems would be more appropriate on the basis that many martial arts were never “martial” in the sense of being used or created by professional warriors.