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Dream MMA champion Shinya Aoki is back with the 3rd installment of his Super Grappling Techniques series. Chapters: 1: Attacks from the mount -Getting the mount -Armbar from the mount -Armbar from the mount variation -Kata gatame (arm triangle) -Triangle choke -Foot choke (Gogoplata) -Tekubi gatame -Leg clutch (Aoki mount) -Leg clutch (figure 4) 2: Attacks from the back
BJJ stylist and MMA fighter out of Paraestra Tokyo shares his unique style of grappling in this grappling bible! Aoki has competed in Shooto Deep and BJJ events including ADCC the Pan Ams and various other Judo and BJJ competitions. A master of submissions Aoki is one of the only guys to have ever submitted an opponent with a standing armbar in an MMA event. Aoki instructs both gi and no gi techniques in this DVD. Chapters include: 1: Armbars from the guard & flying armbars (juji gatame) 2: Standing armbars (waki gatame) 3: Wrist locks 4: Flying armbar feint to takedown 5: Takedowns 6: Spinning choke (darce/brabo choke) 7: Twister and twister variations 8: Special interview
Shinya Aoki – the phenomenal grappler from Japan is here in his first book showcases all of his innovative moves that he has used in his fights in Japan. The flexible Aoki shows you the fine points of his triangles omo platas leg locks and more in this photo packed book. Chapter listing: 1: Shinya Aoki bio 2: Shinya Aoki Original Grappling Techniques -Armbar -Omo plata -Triangle -Rubber guard -Overhook -Overhook with leg hook -Guillotine -Spinni
BJJ stylist and MMA fighter out of Paraestra Tokyo shares his unique style of grappling in this instructional! Aoki has competed in Shooto Deep and BJJ events including ADCC the Pan Ams and various other Judo and BJJ competitions. This DVD includes techniques on: Passing the Guard Basics of Passing the Guard with Under Hook Passing the Guard with Under Hook ver.1 Passing the Guard with Under Hook ver.2 Passing the Guard with Under Hook ver.3 Passing the Guard by Controlling the Hips Closed Guard How to use the Closed Guard Half Guard Basics of Half G