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Self Defense Experts Eli Knight and Jared Jessup teach effective methods of dealing with some of the most common situations on the street.

  • Don’t be defenseless! Learn to get out of bad situations like headlocks, rear chokes, and MORE!
  • React to unprovoked attacks with confidence!
  • Find a way to turn the tables on your aggressor, and either control the situation or get away from it.
  • If you can’t simply get away, learn how to control and deescalate a situation to keep yourself out of harm’s way.

Untangled: How To Disengage From Conflict by Eli Knight & Jared Jessup

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  • Regular price $77.00
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Designed For All Levels - Whether you’re a beginner or an advanced, this course will change your game.
Downloadable videos - YES! You can download this course and watch it on your favorite devices.
Now available on BJJ Fanatics App - Downloadable on App Store and Google Play. You can view this course directly inside the app, it is streamable and downloadable.
100% Satisfaction Guarantee - If you are unhappy with this course for any reason you have 30 days to request a full refund, as long as you haven’t downloaded it yet.

Untangled: How To Disengage From Conflict Is A 4-part Series Dedicated To Getting You OUT Of Bad Positions And AWAY From Conflict!

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What Will You Learn?

With Untangled: How To Disengage From Conflict you will learn how to successfully navigate the tumultuous waters of REAL world self-defense. This 4-part series covers efficient techniques for dealing with the most common attacks and self-defense scenarios. Eli knight and Jared Jessup provide an easy-to-follow system that ANYONE can learn regardless of fitness levels or experience.

Use a no-nonsense approach from Eli Knight and Jared Jessup, who are BOTH Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Black Belts under the Legendary Royce Gracie. Eli and Jared teach you to maximize your self-defense potential by teaching you how to use technique and leverage to survive an altercation with much larger people.

Self-defense scenarios oftentimes start on the feet and proceed to the ground. Whether you are taken to the floor or stumble while struggling with an assailant, the ability to defend yourself with your back on the floor is ESSENTIAL! Thankfully a good deal of Untangled: How To Disengage From Conflict is dedicated to you not simply surviving on your back, but THRIVING!

Learn multiple Jiu-Jitsu based positions that limit the attacking options of your opponent and maximize your own. A major difference between Eli and Jared’s approach is the adaptability to each scenario. Many times throughout the series you will learn options of submission, reversal, or simply disengaging from conflict. This allows you to tailor your strategy to whatever situation arises in the real world!

Single Hand

So, What Exactly Do You Get?

Part 1:

  • Intro 
  • Closed guard bottom 
  • Technical stand up 3 levels 
  • guard get up pull 
  • guard get up push 
  • Kick off 
  • Open guard 
  • Distance management from open guard 
  • Hook sweep/sickle sweep 
  • Double ankle sweep 
  • Flip sweep 
  • Dummy sweep 

Part 2:

  • Side control bottom 
  • Frame near side arm push 
  • Far side arm push 
  • Lose the arm funk roll 
  • Head wrap 
  • Cross face defense 
  • Headlocks 
  • Side control climb 
  • Side control scarf hold roll 

Part 3:

  • Mount bottom
  • Wax on wax off 
  • Elbow 
  • Closed guard top
  • Street fight guard pass 
  • Head dive to posture 
  • Vertical stand up pass 
  • Top disengagements
  • Side control/knee on belly 
  • Mount 

Part 4:

  • Front clinches
  • Front over 
  • Front under 
  • Headlock punches 
  • Sit and spin 
  • Soccer ball to side control 
  • Rear clinches
  • Back over 
  • Back under
  • Rear choke 2 energies 
  • Wall pins
  • Double arm 
  • Single hand 
  • Double hand 
  • Outro

So, What Does It All Cost?


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