Are You Just Ignoring The Easiest Submission In BJJ? The Most Skilled Guys In Class, Local Tournaments & The World Championships Prefer To Take The Back & Finish From The Back So Why Don't You?
2x Black Belt World Champ Gabriel Arges - Undefeated As A Middleweight At Worlds - Shows You The Secrets He Uses To Finish Over 1/3 Of His Submissions Against The Toughest Guys On The Planet.
In 2016 Gabriel Arges burst onto the scene as a Black Belt and has won the Black Belt World Championships in his first two tries.
36% of his finishes at black belt have been from the back!
Now For The First Time Ever 2x World Champion Gabriel Arges Has Laid Out His Back Attack Game Plan.
The reason why the back is such a high-percentage finishing position is simple - back attacks are hard to stop. Heck, most people are not even practicing back defense. Look around, who at your gym is purposely giving up their back during training?
Of course there are a lot of top Jiu Jitsu guys who are killer guard passers or tricky guard players yet they may not be used to a good guy on their back who is stuck on them like a backpack. But when they meet that guy (someone like Gabriel) it spells serious problems no matter how great they are at other positions.
That’s why it’s smart to become great at taking the back and learning how to finish effectively.
It’s really not that hard to kill it from the back if you have a solid game-plan. The reward for simply understanding how to take the back and finishing far outweighs the short time spent working on this skill.
And who better to learn back taking and attacking from than a young killer who is as awesome at teaching as he is at implementing.
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