Uses To Dominate The Purple & Brown Belt Levels
Like No One Else In History!
Actual Drills & Techniques, Batch 1 – Limited Release
I’m happy to support you! You’re one of the handful of guys I always want to see rolling.
I’m a competitive Purple belt from Alberta, Canada. I’ve already had success just rolling in class with a couple wrist locks, DLR sweeps, eziekials, and that calf slicer from half back.
It’s very sneaky stuff, and those are the techniques I love the most!
If there’s another series coming out at any point, I’ll be getting it too.
Over the past year Keenan Cornelius has virtually come out of nowhere to become on of the most well known Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Practitioners in the world. In 2012 he became the first ever competitor to win double gold at every major tournament he entered as a purple belt. Since becoming a Brown Belt he hasn’t slowed down one bit – winning double gold at every major IBJJF tournament as of this taping and even winning a spot in the most prestigious tournament in the world, the Abu Dhabi Championships. At the same time Keenan has been dominating his belt levels, when given the chance in tournaments like the Abu Dhabi Pro and Grappler’s Quest, he has beaten some very top Black Belts.
Why should I care about his accolades… What can this do for me?
Lets be honest though, why in the world should you care that Keenan has improved so dramatically in such a short time? Because that’s what separates Keenan from the other top competitors… until recently he wasn’t very good! In fact, he struggled mightily. As recently as 2011 Keenan went to the world championships as a purple belt… and lost. Like most of the other competitors there he went home with no medals. Then something changed. Keenan figured out a few concepts that the other guys weren’t doing. Once he figured them out and drilled them repeatedly, his game broke out – broke out in a way that no one has ever done before. In just a year, he went from total obscurity to grappling celebrity.
These Moves Will Help Your Game – Guaranteed!
After winning double Gold – Again – at the 2013 Pan Championship – Keenan decided to make a DVD series to teach these breakout concepts. The techniques and concepts he shows aren’t the run of the mill moves you can just look up free on Youtube. He is going to break down the actual moves and drills he uses and practices. His DVD series isn’t meant to just show techniques, it is meant to give the viewer 5 private lessons – and you can’t put a price tag on that.
He Has To Limit The Number He Releases…
DVDs need to be ordered in advance and he can’t worry about DVD sales and the inevitable customer service requests and hiccups that go with it every day of the year. That is why he will release them in limited batches.
Albany, New York
Thank you for providing such a great DVD series. I am a purple belt and train 4-5 times per week. The techniques I’ve learned from you so far have helped my top (passing) game and bottom (guard) game.
While on top Im passing leg lasso or spider guard with ease, where before I was frustrated.
And while playng off of my back my spider guard has improved dramatically, to the point where I’ve swept higher ranking belts with the concepts you provide.
I still havent studied the submissions portion of the series in depth fully, so there is still more value to be gained.
Happy with my purchase, a great instructional at a excellent price.
So What’s On The DVD’s?
Sample Video 1 – Choke Finishes From Back | Sample Video 2 – Omaplata finishes | Sample Video 3 – Ezekiel Series
Grip Breaks – A Step Most Ignore, But The Best Competiors Don’t.. (never seen before)
Leg Drag Pass – Keenan’s #1 Preferred Pass
Vs. Regular Players
Vs. Flexible Guys
Drills to Perfect
Troubleshooting The Leg Drag
Killing The De LA Riva – One Of The Highest Percentage Passes in BJJ – You Must Beat This Sweep If You Are Going To Win At The Highest level
The “Duck Under”
The “Pressure Pass” – Same Move Rodolfo Viera used On Keenan At Copa Podio Jan 2013
Spider Guard Passing
Basic Spider Pass
Leg Lasso Pass
Leg Push Pass
Open Guard Passing
Keenan’s Red Light/Green Light System (You need to think about this when you pass)
Stomp Pass That He Used On Paulo Miyao at 2013 Europeans
Passing The Inverted Guard (without fear)
Concepts Of The Open Guard
Cross Collar Grip Inverted Pass
Passing The Tornado Guard
Knee Shield Pass
From Top Or Bottom
Anatomy of the Wrist Lock
Side Control Chokes
How To Eliminate Space
The Sneakiest Lapel Submission You Have Ever Seen
Brabo Choke From Side – As You Have Never Seen It
High Percentage Back Chokes
Back Chokes 101
Reverse Brabo Choke
Same Shoulder Bow & Arrow Choke
Lapel Pass Variation
“Stop Resisting” Submission (Stolen From Watching “Cops” On TV)
Ezekiel Chokes – Keenan’s Best Known Submission In Competition
Closed Guard Ezekiel – You Can Try To Mess This one Up But Keenan Doubts You Can
Ezekiel From Omaplata
Ezekiel From Leg Drag Combo
Alternate omaplata finishes
Sweeps From Spider Guard
Howdie Doodie Sweep
Knee Up Spider Guard (Excellent Counter You Can Get On the Saavy Opponent)
De La Riva Sweep – On The Arms (Guarantee You Haven’t Seen This)
De La Riva Sweeps
De La Riva 101
Cross Grip De La Riva Sweep
Big Man Berimbolo
Just got to say that since I bought your dvd set it has vastly improved my game especially my spider guard game. I have been nailing all of sweeps that were taught in the dvds and now I cant wait to try it out in competition and I look forward to see where my game goes from here!
Thanks soo much for putting out such a high quality instructional dvd set!
I’m happy with the DVD set I ordered. There are a lot of little details that have given me a better understanding of some of the techniques, particularly the wrist locks in the submission series. I’m an ultra heavyweight recreational player who occasionally competes, so it’s nice to see some high percentage, tournament-tested techniques.
As a white belt, no one really expects much from your guard. Well I can say there are now some higher belts that don’t want to end up in my guard anymore, especially with my new Ezekiel chokes. Thanks man.
I have not viewed all of the DVD set, but what I have seen I have incorporated already and the moves that I am using have helped me to open my game up from from positions that I would just stall in bc of not seeing other avenues or directions to move in. My submission in the gi have increased dramatically.
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