Is it really possible to develop your Jiu-Jitsu skill so that even against the highest levels of competition, your Jiu-Jitsu feels effortless?
“See proof you only need 2 tools to make everything you do in Jiu-Jitsu so effective and so efficient, it feels effortless, even at the highest levels of skill…
And why it’s no joke when I say that using these methods, you can make a year’s worth of progress in only 6 days of camp!”
In February of 2019, in Tamarindo, Costa Rica, for the first time in my seminar career, I revealed the 2 tools anyone can use to become your own “Jiu-Jitsu Supercomputer” – able to analyze any problem in your game, and solve it once and for all right there on the spot.
Not only that, but I showed everyone how to use these tools EVERY time you train, no matter where you train, who’s teaching the class, what the structure of the class is…
THESE ARE THE MISSING PUZZLE PIECES YOU NEED TO TAKE EVERYTHING YOU LEARN AT HIDDEN JIU-JITSU AND APPLY IT TO YOUR GAME AT YOUR SCHOOL FOR UNBELIEVABLE PROGRESS, EVERY CLASS YOU ATTEND!
This is it, folks – the secret if there ever was one – to rapid mastery of Jiu-Jitsu, to the absolute highest levels of skill – where basically everything you do feels effortless from every position.
To be able to do this, you need a framework for identifying, analyzing, and fixing what’s happening down to the smallest detail.
You have to dive deep.
Which is exactly what we did in Tamarindo for 6 training days…
So we’re calling this footage…
DEEP DIVING IN COSTA RICA!
As you read on below, I’m not sure which breakthrough will excite you more…
this unique approach isolated positional training (tool #1), or the question and answer seminar format (tool #2), which you can apply to your OWN game at EVERY class you ever attend from now on!…
but as you see how these tools work together to give each participant rapid mastery over each problem that arises…
I want you to imagine how much you could improve over the next year if you applied these tools with every class you attended.
If you do that now, you may begin to understand why many of the participants agreed they made a year’s worth of progress in only 6 days of training!!!!!
“This is the best value I have EVER experienced in a seminar environment in my life!”
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“Give a man a fish, feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish, feed him for a lifetime.”
The 2 Secrets To Absolute Mastery of Jiu-Jitsu… And HOW They Work
If you would like to turn every Jiu-Jitsu class you ever attend into your own personal master class, where you are able to identify…
Exactly what went wrong every time you make a mistake or get caught…
Exactly how to fix it…
And then practice exactly what you need to practice…
Exactly how you need to practice it, for maximum learning in minimum time, where you simply master the technique you’re focusing on against full resistance…
Then here is why you need to see the DEEP DIVING IN COSTA RICA videos right now:
In February of 2019, a small group of students and I spent 9 days training a Hidden Jiu-Jitsu training camp in Tamarindo.
And during the camp, I structured each training session using a format I had never used at a seminar or camp before.
What I did was, instead of starting out with an idea of what the students wanted to learn in terms of concepts or themes…
And then throwing hours of knowledge at them within those concepts or themes, hoping they remembered more than they forgot…
We used isolated positional training to let each student identify exactly what their problems were, and where they were stuck.
There was absolutely NO guess work.
This is so important to understand the value of…
See, what happens is, normally at a seminar…
A Jiu-Jitsu teacher will choose a theme or group of concepts, and then throw a bunch of knowledge at the students within those theme or concepts.
And then you see what sticks.
Now, I put a lot of effort into being the most effective teacher I can.
So I’m always trying to give students time to ask questions and make myself available to help with any issue that comes up.
But I believe no matter how great a teacher you are, this format itself is deeply flawed!
Here’s why: If I invite you to learn something, and I start with MY idea of what you want to learn, or what you should learn…
IT COMPLETELY IGNORES WHAT YOU WANT TO LEARN…
IT COMPLETELY IGNORES YOUR STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES…
IT COMPLETELY IGNORES WHAT IS RELEVANT AND REAL TO YOU ,RIGHT NOW!
Everyone has seen this in action.
In school, we’ve all seen how many bright or otherwise capable students spaced out during class…
Or even dropped out or got bad grades…
Because they were bored to tears with what was being taught, because they couldn’t see how it was relevant to their lives whatsoever?
Well, the same thing happens in Jiu-Jitsu.
Because no matter what stage of life we’re in, or what we’re learning…
As human beings, it’s very difficult to pay attention and stay engaged when what’s being presented isn’t relevant to us or we’re simply not interested.
In other words… you can’t fake interest in something.
And if you’re not actually interested, the brain wanders.
But… if you start with what are your real problems right now, what do you KNOW you need help with…
Well in that case, commanding rapt attention is completely natural.
It flows effortlessly.
Not only that, but you’re actually fixing the REAL problems in their game, where they’re going to get the most improvement for their effort.
So imagine this instead…
Imagine instead of watching a class and trying to pay attention, and trying to remember what is taught…
You instead start out in a position, say the top position of side control.
Then, for the next 3 minutes, your ONLY goal is to advance… either get to the mount, or land a submission.
If you DO accomplish your goal effortlessly, you simply reset and start over (which means your partner on bottom had more to learn there!)
If you CAN’T advance your position effortlessly, or you can’t get the submission effortlessly, you now know you have a problem.
And not only do you know you have a problem, but within this very narrow framework, IT WILL BE SO EASY TO SPOT EXACTLY WHERE THE PROBLEM IS, YOU COULDN’T MISS IT IF YOU TRIED!
At the end of that 3-minute round, you’re going to see exactly where you hit a wall in terms of knowledge, skill, or whatever.
So you’ll know exactly what you need to focus on to get to the next level of skill.
Because isn’t rolling in the typical sense.
It’s not “anything goes” or “let’s see where this takes us”.
The possibilities are restricted very tightly to focus like a laser on what’s going on.
That way, everything that’s happening makes a crystal clear impression in your brain and in your memory.
There is NO confusion allowed!
So then, during those same 3 minutes…
Your partner on the bottom position has simple goals too.
Their ONLY goals are to escape, or to keep you from advancing.
And if they can’t do those two things at any point, they know they have a problem, and how to begin fixing it.
Now, within that structure, wouldn’t it be so much easier to identify what’s happening and see how to improve, compared to the chaos of rolling?
Wouldn’t it be easier to remember where you got stuck, and exactly where you need to focus to fix your problem?
Well we’ve got 9 days of footage covering MANY different positions to show you EXACTLY how this is done!!!
Noise vs. Signal in Jiu-Jitsu…
And how this affects memory.
One of the benefits of isolated positional training is that you get a clear picture, a clear impression of exactly what’s happening.
Because isolated positional training eliminates all of the mental NOISE is usually blaring while you roll.
What I mean by that is: during a 3 or 5 minute round of rolling, there is so much going on, and so much uncertainty, it is very difficult to focus clearly on everything happening.
Let alone remember everything that happened.
It’s kind of like static on an old TV.
This is how clear the impressions are when you’re trying to focus on improving a detailed aspect of your game while rolling, especially when a technique is new.
When you roll with someone, between the adrenaline, the quick transitions, the time pressure, and everything else going on…
It can be very difficult to make a meaningful change or learn on-the-fly.
And then at the end of the roll, since so much was happening that was unpredictable and potentially frustrating, it can be very difficult to remember exactly what happened and which details even mattered.
It’s just a torrent of frustration and confusion.
But besides being difficult to tell what’s going on in the first place, this also complicates your ability to remember what happened, and what to do next time.
For a memory to be accurate, you need to have a clear impression.
And if you can’t remember what went wrong and how to fix it, it’s actually impossible to improve!
THIS IS WHY PEOPLE REPEAT THE SAME MISTAKES FOR YEARS!
THEY NEVER ACTUALLY FEEL WHAT IS REALLY HAPPENING AND WHAT TO DO ABOUT IT!
All of the important details get lost in the static.
Class, after class, after class…
And so they never even get close to realizing their full potential for the time they put in.
But it does NOT have to be that way!
Because instead of just throwing yourself into the fray, you can intentionally focus on one piece of the puzzle and tune into that, and only that, until it’s perfected!
And actually, this makes perfecting any given piece of your game go MUCH faster and MUCH easier.
Thus, if you approach rolling with this intention, you can actually turn ANY roll in ANY class into isolated positional training.
And if you have the ability to turn every class you ever attend into isolated positional training where you can fix your errors precisely every time you practice…
Imagine how quickly you will improve, and how much fun you will have in Jiu-Jitsu, when you are able to constantly evolve and know exactly what to do next!
IMAGINE CONFUSION IS A THING OF THE PAST FOR YOU!
Sure, you may not make it to the top of the mountain overnight.
Actually, the way I look at this art, there is no “top of the mountain”.
But imagine what it would be like if, regardless of what color your belt was, or where you were in your journey, you had so much fun in class, with such a strong command of what was happening in any given situation, that you had complete control over your own evolution.
What would it be like if practicing Jiu-Jitsu were so much fun, and made so much sense to you, you were actually dying to get back on the mats at any given moment?
THAT is how you make your techniques so effective and efficient, they feel effortless.
And THAT is how you stay on the journey so long, mastery is inevitable (nobody quits who is having THIS much fun!)
Here’s why these recordings are the best way to see how this all works in DEPTH, besides coming to a camp for yourself!
(Actually, I’d still recommend you get the videos because you can’t rewind your memory of the camp any time you please!)
So now that you understand what makes this different than anything else I’ve ever offered through Hidden Jiu-Jitsu, and what this knowledge will allow you to do as a student of Jiu-Jitsu…
I’d like to take a moment and talk about what exactly we covered during the camp.
Here is exactly what we covered in Costa Rica in February of 2019, DIVING DEEP together for 9 days!
- The Bow and arrow choke defense – putting up the kick stand and turning the hip
- The Bow and arrow choke defense – putting up the kick stand and turning the hip Q&A
- The Bow and arrow choke defense – Getting the head to the ground and keeping it heavy
- The Bow and arrow choke defense – Getting the head to the ground and keeping it heavy Q&A
- The Bow and arrow choke defense – Turning to unravel the choke
- The Bow and arrow choke defense – Preventing getting pulled back to the middle
- The Bow and arrow choke defense – Preventing getting pulled back to the middle Q&A
- The Bow and arrow choke defense – Preventing the mount when you get your back to the ground
- The Bicep slicer from leg lasso
- The Bicep slicer from leg lasso defense
- Stack pass with the paper cutter choke
- Stack pass with the paper cutter choke Q&A
- Arm Lock Escape – Catching the leg in between the legs
- Arm Lock Escape – Catching the leg in between the legs Q&A
- Arm Lock Escape – Rocking back and forth to destabilize the arm lock position
- Arm Lock Escape – Rocking back and forth to destabilize the arm lock position Q&A
- Arm Lock Escape – Swinging the legs to help you get to your side
- Arm Lock Escape – swinging your legs to pull the elbow down to the ground to escape the armlock
- Arm Lock Escape – demonstrating hand fighting to escape the arm lock
- Mount Positional training Q&A – Transitioning to side mount when they trap the arm
- Mount Positional training Q&A – Lifting the leg to make the opposite knee heavy to prevent half guard
- Mount Positional training Q&A – Maintaining the mount when they push your hip
- Mount Positional training Q&A – keeping the legs tight to control and prevent the mount escape
- Advice – Using positional training and flow rolling to get better
- Advice – Using flow rolling to warmup
- Advice – Using weight distribution while flow rolling
- Henry Rolling with Ron (Purple belt)
- Dealing with pushing, Learning how to flow, change angles, and relax in trainning while still being heavy
- Taking the back from the guard
- Learning how to change angles to collapse frame
- breaking posture with the closed guard
- Henry Rolling with Dena (blue belt
- Ezekiel and hammerfist choke
- Cross side escapes – hip bump and hip switch to escape when the opponent has cross side with underhook
- Mount Q&A – threatening the neck to get the elbows off the ground
- Mount Q&A – Initiating the attack from the mount with the americana, cross collar choke and paper cutter
- Mount Q&A – Transitioning to be more stable when attacking the americana and keeping the foot heavy to prevent the escape
- Mount Q&A – Preventing the opponent from stretching their arm when using the americana to attack
- Mount Q&A – Combining the bridge and elbow escape
- Mount Q&A – How to maintain quarter guard or prevent the opponent from advancing to half guard
- Mount Q&A – Doing the proper bridge or umpa escape
- Mount Q&A – indicators that the angle of the bridge is off
- Mount Q&A – Dealing with an opponent who uses the grapevine or engages the hip from mount
- Mount Q&A – Advice – Fighting our opponent where they are weak
- Mount Q&A – Advice – The search for effectiveness and efficiency
- Mount Q&A – Advice
- Mount Q&A – Propper positioning from the bottom of mount and how to setup your opponent by lifting the hips
- Mount Q&A – How to transition to the side mount position even if the opponent traps the ankle
- Mount Q&A – using the bridge to both sides when the opponent on top engages their hip
- Mount Q&A – Avoiding punches from the bottom of the mount
- Mount Q&A – Mastering the side mount escape
- Mount Q&A – Escaping the side mount when the knee flares out and escaping the S-mount
- Mount Q&A – Explaining the new teaching format
- Understanding How To Apply Weight From The Cross Side Position
- Understanding How To Apply Weight From The Cross Side Position Q&A
- Engaging the Legs to Add more Pressure
- Engaging the Legs to Add more Pressure Q&A
- Strikes from Cross Side
- Turning the Hip to Maintain the Cross Side Position
- Turning the Hip to Maintain the Cross Side Position Q&A
- Getting the Under Hook turning the Hips and Putting Weight from Cross Side Q&A
- Two Adjustments to Dramatically Increase Pressure from Cross Side
- Two Options for Getting the Under Hook from Cross Side
- Two Options for Getting the Under Hook from Cross Side Q&A
- Pushing and Pulling with your Legs to Control your Opponent
- Using the Weight from Cross Side Adjustments and Final Thoughts
- Cross side Q&A – How to Get the Elbow to the Ground from Cross Side when the Opponent Plucks it up
- Cross side Q&A – How to Force the Opponent to Give their Elbow to Pluck
- Cross side Q&A – Advice – Using your Weight and Resting in Dominant Positions to Wear your Opponent Out
- Cross side Q&A – What to do when the Opponent gets the Near Side Under Hook for the Back Door Escape
- Cross side Q&A – How to deal with the Opponent on the Bottom trying to push you off Top Cross Side, Collapsing their Frames
- Cross side Q&A – How to free your Ankle and Prevent your Opponent from Slipping to the Back from the Top Cross Side
- Cross side Q&A – Advice – Learning to Relax and use your Weight to Maintain Position on Top
- Cross side Q&A – How to Attack using the Paper Cutter
- Cross side Q&A – How to use the Body to put Weight on the Opponent’s Shoulder to Flatten them out from Cross Side
- Cross side Q&A – How to deal with the Opponent on the Bottom trying to Bother you with the Near Side Arm
- Cross side Q&A – More Details on Attacking the Near Side Arm from Cross Side on Top
- Cross side Q&A – Using Weight and Shifting the Angle to Secure the Position for the Paper Cutter
- Day 3 Closing Talk
- Half Guard Q&A – Escaping the Lockdown
- Half Guard Q&A – Breaking the Legs After you Free your Foot from the Lockdown
- Half Guard Q&A – Escaping the Lock Down, more Details, Breaking the Legs
- Half Guard Q&A – Attacking with the Hammer Fist Choke from Half Guard
- Half Guard Q&A – Preventing the Opponent on the Bottom from recovering the Guard
- Half Guard Q&A – Setting the Opponent up for the Bridge when they are in a Low Half Guard
- Half Guard Q&A – Using the Bridge from the bottom Half Guard and turning to Avoid getting put in the Guard
- Half Guard Q&A – Using the Under Hook from Half Guard Bottom
- Half Guard Training and Tips
- Half Guard Q&A – Indicators on when to use the Bridge
- Half Guard Q&A – Maintaining Base and using Weight from Half Guard on Top
- Half Guard Q&A – Transitioning to the Guard or the Back when the Opponent goes to the Low Half Guard
- Half Guard Q&A – Bridging from the bottom and turning away to Prevent getting Caught in the Guard
- Half Guard Q&A – Keeping your Weight on your Opponent at all times when passing Half Guard
- Half Guard Q&A – How to establish the Underhook when transitioning to the Cross Side from Half Guard
- Advice – Being ok using your Weight on your Opponent
- Half Guard Q&A – Using the Knee Cut and freeing the Foot and keeping your Weight on the Opponent to prevent them from taking your Back
- Half Guard Q&A – Switching back and forth with the Knee Cut Pass and Establishing the Underhook
- Half Guard Q&A – Switching Sides with the Knee Cut Pass from Half Guard
- Half Guard Q&A – Releasing the Foot from Quarter Guard
- Half Guard Q&A – Using the Knee to Pressure the Opponent and Flatten from Half Guard
- Half Guard Q&A – Going to Half Guard to pass the Guard, Half Guard equals half way passed
- Half Guard Q&A – Engaging and putting your Weight on your Opponent to start to pass the Half Guard
- Half Guard Q&A – Why I don’t Attack the Americana from Half Guard, Cross Side Position for Americana
- Half Guard Q&A – When to use the Bridge and when to use the Hook Sweep
- Half Guard Q&A – Relaxing and Countering the Hook Sweep
- Open Guard Q&A – Open Guard Drill to help you start to learn to use your Legs better
- Open Guard Q&A – Guard Passing – Dealing with Double Sleeve Control and both Feet on the Hips
- Open Guard Q&A – Guard Passing – Passing from the Knees when they have the Hand inside the Collar
- Open Guard Q&A – Guard Passing – Dealing with the Butterfly Guard and Knees in the Biceps
- Open Guard Q&A – Dealing with the Leg Drag Pass
- Open Guard Q&A – Dealing with the Bear Hug on the Legs and Torreando Pass
- Open Guard Q&A – Dealing with the Bear Hug on the Legs and Torreando Pass Q&A
- Open Guard Q&A – Guard Passing – How to clear one foot off the hip when standing to initiate pass
- Open Guard Q&A – Guard Passing – Turning the Knee out and transferring Weight to Pass
- Open Guard Q&A – Guard Passing – Clearing the De La Riva Hook
- Open Guard Q&A – Guard Passing – Knowing when to come under the Legs to stack or over the Legs to Smash
- Open Guard Q&A – Open Guard Strategy, two Feet in or out
- Open Guard Q&A – Sweep from Knee Cut Pass, Quarter Guard Sweep, understanding the battle for the Under Hook
- Open Guard Q&A – Sitting up to play Open Guard vs laying back
- Advice – How to start Identifying problems during a Roll
- Closed Guard Q&A – Cross Collar Choke from the Guard set up, Attack and Defense
- Closed Guard Q&A – Cross Collar Choke from the Guard set up, Attack and Defense Q&A
- Closed Guard Q&A – More Details on Cross Collar Choke Defense
- Closed Guard Q&A – Keeping posture, opening the Legs from the Knees and staying tight to Pass
- Closed Guard Q&A – Closed Guard for Vale Tudo-MMA
- Closed Guard Q&A – Opening the Closed Guard and passing close from the Knees
- Closed Guard Q&A – How to stop the Opponent from Sitting up in the Guard
- Closed Guard Q&A – Defending the Hip Bump Sweep
- Closed Guard Q&A – How to break Posture from the Guard using the Arms and Legs Together
- Closed Guard Q&A – What to do once your Posture is broken and Opponent gets to the Side Closed Guard
- Closed Guard Q&A – What to do once your Posture is broken and Opponent gets to the Side Closed Guard
- Closed Guard Q&A – Dealing with different situations inside the Closed Guard
- Closed Guard Q&A – Position of the Knees to keep posture inside the Guard
- Closed Guard Q&A – Attacking with the Cross Collar Choke using the Underhand Grip
- Closed Guard Q&A – Using the Kick over Sweep
- Freeing the Head first to regain Posture from the Closed Guard
- Closed Guard Q&A – Different ways of Pulling with the Legs and using the Body to Break Posture
- Closed Guard Q&A – Taking the back after Defending the Hip Bump Sweep
- Closed Guard Q&A – Dealing with the Opponent pulling your Elbow when trying to Break the Closed Guard
- Closed Guard Q&A – Double Ankle Grab Sweep
- Day 5 Bonus Footage
- Turtle Position Q&A – Putting the Opponent on their Back from Turtle if you can’t get the Hooks
- Turtle Position Q&A – How to get the Hooks in when taking the Back
- Turtle Position Q&A – Reversal and Arm Lock from Turtle when they Opponent grabs around the Chest
- Turtle Position Q&A – Flattening the Opponent out from the Back
- Option for dealing with Deep Half Guard
- Getting passed the Half Guard Knee Shield or Z Guard
- Transitioning to the North-South Choke from Cross Side
- Attacking with the Paper Cutter Choke from the Cross Side Position
- Details on Wrist position for the Standing Guillotine Choke
- Details on the applying the Cross Collar Choke
- Transitioning to the High Mount to attack with the Arm Bar
- Turning away and Kicking back to your Knees to escape Cross Side
- Grabbing the Wrist and Attacking with the Arm Bar from Open Guard and understanding the importance of Timing
- Strike Defense from the Bottom of Cross Side
- Kimura from the North South Escape and Counter into Arm Bar
- Breaking the Grip to get the Kimura
- Cross Collar Choke from the Mount
- Head and Arm Choke from the Mount
- How to Squeeze on the Rear Naked Choke
- Minor Adjustments to perfect the Rear Naked Choke
- Hand Fighting Before the Rear Naked Choke
- Stopping the Opponent from trapping your Hand under your Body from the Guard
- Understanding Strategy when Training and how to play to your Strengths and Advantages
- The Strategy for Attacking – Breaking down Defenses layering and combining Attacks
- Strategy for Defending Cross Collar Choke and Regaining Posture
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