MODULE 1 – INVISIBLE JIU-JITSU
In Module 1, you will find the first twenty techniques that Rickson teaches his students. He understands that familiarity and practice of this sequence are able to pave a solid route of personal evolution through BJJ. Defenses against the choke, headlock, collar grab and back grab, and the escape and control from the mount and from the back-take are demonstrated and explained with an unprecedented degree of simplicity. As are some classic finishes like the rear naked choke, the guillotine, the cross choke. The notion of distance, proper front-kick technique, the block and the clinch that made history in Japan are also explained.
MODULE 2 – ENTER THE WEAPONS
In Module 2, you will find defenses against the punch, shove, headlock, collar grab, grab, choke, guillotine and tackle. Submissions like the triangle and the armlock, and essential positions like the mount elbow escape, knee-on-belly and hook sweep. For the first time, you will see techniques against stabbing, blunt weapons and threat with firearm.
MODULE 3 – IMMERSION
In Module 3, Rickson teaches the standing guard pass, the kimura from guard, foot locks, armlocks and elbow locks from side control, the defense against the double nelson, and additional defenses against the headlock and the collar grab. How to defend against other types of attacks with blunt weapons, knives and firearms. How to escape side control with the elbow recovering guard, and how to escape the back-take with hooks.
MODULE 4 – THE GUARD
Master Rickson Gracie teaches the concepts that make the guard the heart of BJJ, and shows the secrets that will enable you to perform the main sweeps and finishes with the utmost effectiveness. Additionally, learn self-defense and submission.
This module brings many submission techniques: choke and armlock from the mount, the nut-cracker, armlock from guard, kimura from the north-south, omoplata, neck crank from the back, armlock from side control, and guillotine. Two sweeps from the guard and the side control escape. And five defenses against weapons.