This awesome DVD covers a wide variety of positions including sitting mount, side control, S-Mount, turtle position, and north south this dvd will give you a new page for your BJJ playbook.
This is a fairly good dvd. first and foremost these (vol 1 and 2)are relatively inexpensive for instructionals. some of the moves he showed were kind of basic and common sense like the guillotine defence, the darce from side control,the arm crush from spiderweb, baiting youre opponent with the papercut choke to pass his guard etc. however he also showed a lot of cool moves that i never seen before like the armbar from a poition that saulo ribeiro calls the runningman,a gi choke from side control, sitting mount, american counters etc. he exlains all the techniques very well. also its worth mentioning that hes nowhere near as technical as saulo ribeiro or damien maia or marcelo garcia so dont expect anything too incredible or flashy or anything amazingly insightful just a bunch of simple moves. one more thing that i hoped for were how to protect yourself from the turtle position which i figured would be included in the turtle defense counters section but those instead showed a bunch of back attacks i have no idea why they named it so confusingly. for their price volume 1 and 2 are a must buy.
Mr Owen does a great job of showing techniques he really likes that you may not have been shown or forgot about, a very good series by a very good instructor- plus he's under Pedor Sauer so you know he's ligit
I agree with Balcom on this one. There are better discs and sets out there.
AWESOME DVD. Keith shares a lot of really cool (and sneaky) moves that will catch your opponent off guard. If you have the fundamentals down these moves should improve your game a lot. The most interesting part for me was the submission counters. Keith doesn't just show you how to escape the sub but how to counter it and apply a sub of your own. Really nice to see some Rickson lineage stuff. Here's hoping he comes out with a volume 2!!
In all honesty, this DVD is fiar at best. There is no S-Mount in the DVD despite the description of the DVD, and the DVD is very unorganized. Alot of the moves are lacking technical detail that would make them functional, and alot of the moves are "out there", if you get what I mean. It'd be great if it were being sold for like $10 bucks though.