Learn The Fundamental Posture That Has Made Xande Riberio One Of The Most Decorated BJJ Competitors and Coach In BJJ History. This Simple Concept Will Stop Your Guard From Getting Passed & Allow You To Keep Safe & Escape Side Control - Your Mind Will Be Blown. Xande Riberio Unlocks The Secrets Of His Diamond Concept.
Retain your guard, reguard from bad positions, and escape out of some of BJJ’s most painful and dominant pins with Xande’s concepts and system around using his body to create space and leverage where he needs it most. Give yourself the keys to escaping and use the diamond concept of defense to take your BJJ to the next level.
Xande Ribiero is a legendary fighter and coach, winning IBJJF and ADCC world championships with his old school style. As a black belt absolute champion, Xande’s concepts and knowledge go past size and strength and are rooted in fundamental positioning and technique.
Now, along with his brother, Xande is one of the world’s best grappling coaches and head of the Ribiero Jiu-Jitsu team that is packed with talented and technical students under his tutelage. Now is your chance to learn from his expertise and experience as he breaks down one of the most important concepts in his arsenal.
From beginners to world champion black belts, escaping from bad positions against a good opponent can be one of the most difficult tasks in all of BJJ if you don’t have a plan!
Now you can learn one of the most effective and battle-tested systems around how to take away the pressure and get back to your best positions. With specific moves, drills, and plans that will keep you in the game, you can become a safer and more confident fighter with the ability to fight back even against extreme pressure.
With escapes honed against some of the best pressure fighters in jiu-jitsu, and proven at the world championship level, Xande Ribiero’s diamond concepts are an invaluable tool that you will use every time you hit the mat.
Learn the foundational skill of working out of a bad position across these four volumes as you see Xande’s concepts applied to the different positions, passes, and pressures that we all see on the mat most often.