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BJJ - 5 DVD Instructional Set - How to Defeat the Bigger, Stronger Opponent with Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Series 2, with Brandon 'Wolverine' Mullins and Stephan Kesting. Techniques, Drills, Strategies and Tactics for the Smaller Grappler Directed by Stephan Kesting
Product Description
This instructional contains over 10 hours of high level Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu instruction dedicated to defeating someone much bigger than you on the ground.

You'll learn the throws, takedowns, guard passes, guard sweeps, submissions and pin escapes that really work, even when there's a big size difference between you and your opponent.

This is hard-hitting material that you can watch one day and then use on the mats the next day. Everything is geared towards keeping you safe, and having a high-percentage game that you can rely on, even when your opponent outweighs you by many pounds.

In this set BJJ blackbelt world champion Brandon 'Wolverine' Mullins works with renowned BJJ and Martial Arts instructor Stephan Kesting to teach you his go-to moves in an easy-to-follow, step-by-step manner. These are the techniques he has used on bigger people over and over and over, and at the highest levels of competition.

Brandon covers all the critical details and adjustments that make these techniques work against bigger opponents AND against competitors at the highest levels of grappling competition in the world.

Every technique also includes full speed demos and live tournament footage, so you can see Brandon applying the techniques in real life against resisting opponents. But these instructional DVDs go way beyond just being a collection of random techniques...

The techniques are connected together by 'Gameplans.' These are Brandon's personal sequences and strategies that take you from a starting point to a match-ending submission.

Drawing on his experience accumulated during hundreds of high-level matches and thousands of hours of training, Brandon prepares you for what to expect and then gives you the very best responses to every kind of resistance you might run into.

It'll be like having a black belt world champion by your side, telling you exactly what to do next. With these techniques and gameplans you'll always know what to do next.
Product Details
  • Amazon Sales Rank: #95101 in DVD
  • Brand: Stephan Kesting
  • Released on: 2012-09-10
  • Rating: PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)
  • Number of discs: 5
  • Formats: Multiple Formats, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Number of discs: 5
  • Dimensions: .69 pounds
  • Running time: 599 minutes
  • Product Features
  • Throws, takedowns, guard passes, sweeps, pin escapes and submissions that work against bigger, stronger opponents.
  • Technique and strategies that really work, even against much larger opponents, allowing you to face bigger opponents with confidence
  • More than 10 hours of high-level Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu instruction, brought to you by a black belt world champion and a renowned BJJ instructor
  • Gameplans and strategies that take you step by step from the beginning of a match to a decisive victory by submission.
  • Customer Reviews

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    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful.
    4Great DVD set!
    By Hiroshi Takeuchi
    Not all the techniques Brandon shows in this DVD works for me. As it is very hard for me to get a triangle on a bigger opponent. But there are many techniques in this DVDs that have changed my game. I can sweep people who are much taller and bigger than me "easier", allowing me to actually achieve a better position. The game changer DVD I find it to be extremely valuable , as well as the escape plan DVD. As I train more and learn new techniques and drills from my instructor, there are more moves in this DVDs that make more sense to me. If you are a smaller person struggling against bigger and stronger opponents at your gym I definitely recommend this DVD.

    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful.
    5Great set with Tons of info
    By Amazon Customer
    Great Series. I am a BJJ white belt, though I trained in MMA for 2 years prior so I am familiar and comfortable with different positions and basic submissions. What I was missing most was a gameplan, and knowledge of the steps between the basic positions and finishing the submissions. Although this series doesn't teach every possibility (obviously), it does provide go-to ideas and gameplans for every position, with step by step details on setup.

    I was frustrated by youtube videos showing me great submission ideas that I wasn't able to set up on a live partner, and I often wasn't sure why I could get into the positions on some opponents and not others. Brandon and Stephan work through setups very well, and show a number of options from major positions that help to counter the opponent's movements. I haven't looked at the no-gi or escapes DVDs yet so I can't comment here, but the top game & takedowns, bottom & guard game, and game changers DVDs are all great, and are worth the money by themselves. Some of the material is very specific, and would be better suited for higher belts, but the vast majority of it is great for me as a mid-level white belt. The guard section was especially useful for me, as I am a "big guy," with a top position game. From guard I have snagged a couple of triangles and pendulum/flower sweeps since this DVD set.

    I have had this set for almost a month. I only have Roy Dean videos to compare it to; both a phenomenal, though Roy's belt requirements are more providing options from each position, while this provides less options but more gameplans. I am glad I have both!

    Personal Tip: I started a word document with detailed-ish instructions on techniques that I want to master, and I leave references to the source material (ex Bigger stronger set, top gameplan..) in case I want to review it. I recommend this to any beginners who are hoping to speed up the process of info/technique gathering as writing it out helps to actively work through the details, and this provides me with a central reference that I can refer to for things I need to work on/drill/keep in mind. With info packed sources like this one (I also like Roy Dean's videos), a quick reference is great just before a BJJ class so I can make my day's goals and techniques to ensure I am moving forward.

    0 of 0 people found the following review helpful.
    4Four Stars
    By Alejandro Simon
    good product, fast delivery

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