The KING Is Back With His Revolutionary New No Gi Passing Instructional Series!
Unless you have been living under a rock you probably know Gordon Ryan is taking over the head lines again after his amazing performance at Kasai Super Series in Dallas, Texas after an impressive win over Joao Rocha in the main event. This may come as no surprise for most BJJ Fanatics as Gordon has been on top of his game now since 2013. As a member of the Danaher Death Squad, The New Jersey native became the ADCC World Champion and IBJJF No Gi Black belt world champion with only 7 years of training. Better still, Gordon Ryan is not just killing it on the mats, he has also just released and amazing new instructional series called “Systematically Attacking The Guard” available exclusively on BJJFanatics.com! For the first time ever, you can gain insight into Gordon’s passing system that just can’t be stopped.
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So what makes Gordon Ryan the king? Well, for starters he systematically picks apart the guard and passes the most elite competitors out there. He has blazed a trail to the top, solidifying himself as the best no gi grappler on the planet. When Gordon burst onto the scene he dominated his way through tournaments like EBI and the ADCC with an unreal guard passing system. If you are tired of getting caught in leg locks or looking for more points in a competition, Gordon’s guard attacking series is packed with over 10 hours of the most comprehensive and detailed instructions out there. Want to learn more? Let’s check out 4 of Ryan’s best no gi passes for BJJ!
#1: Passing From Ushiro X Guard
Gordon Ryan is famous for his precision guard passing. The X guard can be a difficult guard to pass but King Ryan has an answer for the struggle. The goal of this pass is to get into north south position. By systematically dismantling the guard, Gordon can free his legs and step around his opponent, ending in a much better position to start attacking submissions.
#2: Body Lock Guard Pass
Typically when playing bottom half guard, your opponent is going to have an under hook secured on one side. The first thing Gordon Ryan does is initially set an under hook of his own. He pulls his opponent’s body in towards him and secures his grip. For a grip, Ryan prefers using either a 10 finger, palm to palm, or wrist to wrist grip. He suggests that the wrist grip is the tightest. From here Gordon Ryan wants to push in towards your opponent, bringing his head over his opponent’s far shoulder. You always want to pass on the opposite side of the under hook. Gordon does this by bringing his head to the floor in order to establish his base. This allows him to secure butter fly hooks in between his opponent’s base, controlling the knees. From here Ryan escapes his right leg and pummels his left leg over, sliding his knees behind his opponent’s hips, bringing his head back to the opposite shoulder. This body lock completely controls his opponent’s hips, which allows him to finish it top side control.
#3: Rubber Guard Pass
The rubber guard can be one of the most difficult guards to pass. Gordon Ryan has an answer to opening and passing the rubber guard. From the rubber guard, the first thing Gordon Ryan does is lean forward, posting with his hands on the mat. His goal is to get his head directly over his training partner’s head – which is a very important part of the technique. With his weight properly distributed, Gordon stands with a solid base. From here Gordon will turn his thumbs downward and tuck his arms inside his opponent’s hips. This allows him to posture up and essentially shake it opponent off of him. Ryan states in the video that if your thumbs are not pointed down your training partners thighs will block your arms from becoming free.
#4: Knee Bar From Over Under Passing
This is a great example of hitting a knee bar while over under passing. Gordon Ryan likes to attack submissions while passing in order to throw his partner off. The knee bar from the over under pass is perfect for this. As Gordon Ryan explains, the most important thing to remember when attacking the knee bar is to get your hips directly over your opponent’s knee. This allows you to apply pressure to the knee, causing it to hyper extend. Gordon also shows how important it is when finishing the submission to open your knees and pressure down with your hips.
These 4 passing techniques are only the tip of the iceberg. If you really want to gain insight into Gordon Ryan’s passing system then check out his awesome new instructional series Systematically Attacking The Guard. Whether you are big or small, old or young, Gordon Ryan’s passing system can help you smash through any guard and dominate your opponent’s. So be sure to give these passes a try and check out the instructional series for tons of great tips and techniques!
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- Gordon approaches passing with the same laser-focused intensity and study as every other system in his game