Welcome to a complete no-gi system, guaranteed to significantly increase your effectiveness.
The no-gi game requires a new approach and mindset. That's what you'll get in this course.
I'll teach you the game of jiu jitsu, not just the moves.
IF YOU'RE READY TO TRANSFORM YOUR GAME
If you're like many BJJ practitioners, your gi game doesn't work as well for no-gi. Your grips don't work, controlling your opponent is harder, the pace is faster, and getting the finish can be elusive. What's the answer?
What you need is a guide. A mentor—someone that knows the no-gi game inside and out. Someone that can teach you not just techniques, but a blueprint for understanding the no-gi game. That's where I come in.
My name is Roy Dean. I'm a 4th-degree blackbelt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, with additional black belts in Judo, Aikido, and Japanese Jujutsu. I've competed and won at the highest levels, and my students have gone even farther, winning gold medals at both national and international competitions.
My instructor, Roy Harris, established one of the first no gi academies in America, and I was fortunate enough to train there on my way to black belt. That environment forced me to have a well balanced jiu jitsu game, with universal submissions, and never dependent on specialized gi grips.
I guarantee that No-Gi Essentials will bring your game to a new level of effectiveness. I'm so confident I can help you that I offer a 100% money-back guarantee, plus I'm offering it here for 40% off, just to get you in the game as quickly as possible.
Great movement is the key to great jiu Jitsu. Master these essential movements and see your efficiency and effectiveness skyrocket.
Effective gripping is the key to controlling your opponent. No-gi grips can be very powerful when mastered.
I teach a hybrid approach that combines wrestling takedowns such as the single leg with classic Judo throws like Uchimata and Harai Goshi.
The armdrag should be a staple in everyone's no-gi game or for self-defense. It's also a great setup for an inside trip, or a way to get to the back.
The Kimura is a powerful and versatile submission that can be applied from a variety of positions. I'll show you my approach.
The Guillotine can be a very effective technique that can be used to quickly finish an opponent. I'll help you master it.
The classic armbar, triangle, and omoplata can be high-percentage techniques when mastered. I show all the important details.
I teach two of my favorite attacks from mount: The armbar and the arm triangle. I also teach you my preferred way to get to mount from side control.
Escaping sidemount can be one of the most difficult and frustrating aspects of Jiu Jitsu. To be effective at escaping you need to know the key fundamentals that I teach.
Another classic dilemma in BJJ: How to open the guard. I'll show you a few ways that work.
You have to know leglocks, especially when playing no-gi. I'll teach you the straight ankle lock, the knee bar, and the heelhook.
If your opponent defends the leg being attacked, switch to the other leg. In this chapter we explore some ways to stay on the hunt even when they defend.
Rolling footage to inspire you and so you can see the techniques demonstrated in this course performed live.
I roll with several of my students and narrate the action, so you'll have a better understanding of my approach and mindset when I roll.
Bonus chapters: My 3rd degreee blackbelt exam, and a short film about one of my student's journey to blackbelt.
The truth is it takes a lot of work to get good at Jiu-Jitsu.
The art will reward your effort, but it starts with desire. You have to want it.
If you have the desire, then I can help take you to the next stage. I have the knowledge, insight, and experience to save you many steps on the long road to mastery.
The willingness to do the work is half of what you need. The other half is a system that helps you understand the game from the top down.
That's where I come in. I've taught thousands of people just like you over the past 20+ years. I've got an excellent track record, and have traveled the world sharing jiu jitsu.
I've produced many world-class practitioners, and inspired a generation of black belts.
I can do the same for you.
Are you ready to begin your journey toward mastery? Good. Now let me help you achieve your goals faster than you ever thought possible.
"Roy Dean’s curriculum is very well put together and he makes it very understandable."
"If you are a new jiu jitsu player this instructional is worth the money, no question."
"It was awesome to find a course that showed us the basics and then progressed from that to show more advanced techniques. This is a must for anyone looking to do No Gi jiu jitsu!"
"Roy is an excellent teacher. He takes complex techniques and breaks them down. Makes no gi easy to learn. I wish there were a part 2."
"Can't say enough good things about Roy Dean and this instructional. Good practical techniques, clear instruction, outstanding production value. If you are just starting out in No-gi you will find this very helpful."
"Overall, this has a lot to teach and does so in a format that is easily understood and clear to watch. You could re watch these several times and learn new techniques or new facets of a technique each time. A very good investment."
DON'T SUFFER FOR THE KNOWLEDGE
If you've watched Jiu-Jitsu instructionals, you know that sometimes the instructors spend too much time explaining each technique.
A typical 90-minute course might only contain 12 to 15 techniques because the instructor talks so much. I call it suffering for knowledge.
I've been through that, so I've intentionally made my courses differently. I keep my instruction focused on just key details so I can pack a ton of material into every lesson.
I'm teaching you the game of jiu jitsu, not just the moves. How do I do it? By organizing techniques into sequences, allowing you to create a map of movement options and their closely related neighbors.
This approach also lets you re-watch the course over and over again, finding new details and insights with every viewing.
A lot has changed in the world of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu instructional videos since I filmed my first project in 2006.
In the early days, we would put the camera on a tripod on the side of the mat just like every other instructor did. But that approach didn't let you get the best angles or details. The camera is too static. Kind of boring, and often too far from the action.
For No-Gi Essentials, we filmed the course hand-held and up close. This was groundbreaking. We could follow the action tightly and get critical close ups that made a huge difference in the understanding and enjoyment of the viewer.
Plus, we've used the latest Artificial Intelligence to upscale this classic BJJ tutorial from HD to full 4K. It looks and sounds better than ever, with extended footage previously not available.
You've never seen No Gi Essentials like this before. Make the move. Study on this.