Travis Stevens is an Olympic Silver Medalist in Judo and John Danaher Black Belt
- Travis will help you take everyones back
- Learn how to attack and defend the turtle in any situation
- Add world class submissions to your arsenal
- Never fear getting your back taken again
- Transform your Jiu Jitsu by learning the secrets of an Olympic calibur athlete
Travis Stevens Judo-based system for attacking and defending the turtle (if you’re not familiar with the turtle - this is when your opponent gets in a tight little ball on all fours) will give you an unfair advantage over your opponents. Even if it always seems like you’re the class grappling dummy: resigned to getting smashed over and over.
Want to know an easy way to tap out higher ranked opponents, even black belts, who kick your ass all the time? Sounds too good to be true doesn’t it? Well it’s not - there is a way to end the frustration and defeat these higher ranked and/or more athletic mat bullies. Here is the secret, are you ready?
THE EASIEST WAY TO BEAT THESE GUYS IS TO GET BETTER THAN THEY ARE IN CERTAIN POSITIONS, AND THEN BEAT THEM THERE!!
We all know where BJJ is strong: the guard. The young bucks, the guys who are strong, have low body fat, tons of flexibility, can do pushups and pull ups for days and are athletic as hell – all love the guard. They stay up all night watching their heroes (Leandro Lo, The Mendes Brothers, the Miyaos) driving their opponents crazy – so they quickly master the guard position.