Course: Street Choke Mastery Seminar

Lead Instructors:  Rener GracieRyron Gracie
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This might be the most important video seminar you ever watch in your life! Captured live at Gracie University Headquarters in front of audience of over 250 eager students, Ryron and Rener teach 16 simple and highly effective chokes that are exclusively designed to be applied using regular articles of clothing. Whether you’re just getting started in jiu-jitsu, or you are a seasoned practitioner, when it comes to maximizing your choke seizing potential in a street fight, this is the first and last seminar you’ll need!

With regard to self-defense training, one of the most common and controversial questions in jiu-jitsu is: gi or no-gi? Many argue that the gi is more realistic for self-defense since it factors in the grips that may occur on street clothing, while others argue that no-gi is more realistic since no-one wears a gi on the streets. In this seminar, not only do Ryron and Rener prove that the gi is, in fact, more “street” than no-gi, but they make the very strong case that a t-shirt is the most “chokeable” article of clothing there is. In other words, by the time you’re done with this seminar, we guarantee that, if given the choice, you would rather your street fight opponent be wearing a t-shirt than any other article of clothing, including a gi!

Ryron and Rener begin with several chokes that can be applied on a hooded sweatshirt, and then they transition into a wide range of easy and highly effective ways you can use a t-shirt to choke someone, including several brand new variations that have never been taught anywhere, ever! They end with a robust demonstration and discussion in which they showcase modifications of all the techniques for application on other types of garments including jackets/blazers, button-up shirts, and tank tops. Enjoy!

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Course Lessons (15)

Free (Registration Required)

Introduction

This might be the most important video seminar you ever watch in your life! Captured live at Gracie University Headquarters in front of audience of over 250 eager students, Ryron and Rener teach 16 simple and highly effective chokes that are exclusively designed to be applied using regular articles of clothing.

Slice 1: Hood Rope – Cross Choke (Guard)

This lesson covers Slice 1: Hood Rope – Cross Choke (Guard) of the Street Choke Mastery Seminar.

Slice 2: Hood Rope – Triangle Choke (Guard)

This lesson covers Slice 2: Hood Rope – Triangle Choke (Guard) of the Street Choke Mastery Seminar.

Slice 3: Hood Rope – Cross Choke (Mount)

This lesson covers Slice 3: Hood Rope – Cross Choke (Mount) of the Street Choke Mastery Seminar.

Slice 4: Hood Rope – Ezekiel Choke (Mount)

This lesson covers Slice 4: Hood Rope – Ezekiel Choke (Mount) of the Street Choke Mastery Seminar.

Slice 5: Hood Rope – Lapel Choke (Back Mount)

This lesson covers Slice 5: Hood Rope – Lapel Choke (Back Mount) of the Street Choke Mastery Seminar.

Slice 6: Hood Rope – Baseball Choke (Side Mount)

This lesson covers Slice 6: Hood Rope – Baseball Choke (Side Mount) of the Street Choke Mastery Seminar.

Slice 7: Back Rope – Cross Choke (Guard)

This lesson covers Slice 7: Back Rope – Cross Choke (Guard) of the Street Choke Mastery Seminar.

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Slice 8: Back Rope – Ezekiel Choke (Guard)

This lesson covers Slice 8: Back Rope – Ezekiel Choke (Guard) of the Street Choke Mastery Seminar.

Slice 9: Front Rope – Ezekiel Choke (Back Mount)

This lesson covers Slice 9: Front Rope – Ezekiel Choke (Back Mount) of the Street Choke Mastery Seminar.

Slice 10: Shoulder Rope – Ezekiel Choke (Guard)

This lesson covers Slice 10: Shoulder Rope – Ezekiel Choke (Guard) of the Street Choke Mastery Seminar.

Slice 11: Shoulder Rope – Ezekiel Choke (Mount)

This lesson covers Slice 11: Shoulder Rope – Ezekiel Choke (Mount) of the Street Choke Mastery Seminar.

Slice 12: Shoulder Rope – Lapel Choke (Back Mount)

This lesson covers Slice 12: Shoulder Rope – Lapel Choke (Back Mount) of the Street Choke Mastery Seminar.

Slice 13: Shoulder Rope – Baseball Choke (Side Mount)

This lesson covers Slice 13: Shoulder Rope – Baseball Choke (Side Mount) of the Street Choke Mastery Seminar.

Bonus Variations and Final Philosophy

This lesson covers Bonus Variations and Final Philosophy of the Street Choke Mastery Seminar.


Course Specs

Course Chapters

There are no individual chapters available for this course.

Course Goals

  1. Understand the Course Topic
  2. Refine your ability to execute the techniques presented in the Course
  3. Become familiar with the drills that can be used to develop your skills
  4. Achieve significant proficiency in the material

Testing & Certification

There are not currently any tests or certifications for this course.

Lead Instructors

Rener Gracie

Gracie University Chief Instructor

Ryron and Rener Gracie are the eldest grandsons of Grand Master Helio Gracie, the creator of Gracie Jiu-Jitsu. Their father is Rorion Gracie, one of the world’s foremost experts in self-defense. In 1993, Rorion created the Ultimate Fighting Championship to showcase the supremacy of the family’s self-defense system in a realistic “no holds barred” confrontation against all comers. Rorion’s younger brother, Royce, won 3 of the first 4 UFC tournaments proving that the leverage-based techniques of Gracie Jiu-Jitsu provided the most reliable way to defeat a larger, more athletic opponent. Ryron and Rener were born into this family tradition of testing the art against all challengers.

Rorion introduced his sons to the art as soon as they could walk. As children, they watched him teach private classes in their garage in Southern California. But, it wasn’t until they observed their father and uncles – Royce, Rickson, and Royler – easily winning challenge matches that they began to comprehend fully the effectiveness of Gracie Jiu-Jitsu. Even more important, Ryron and Rener recognized the profound impact the family’s art had on all who studied it. The life changing transformations of Gracie University students motivated the brothers to teach the art. While constantly perfecting their physical techniques, they worked equally hard to master the powerfully effective instruction methods developed by their forbearers. In 2003, Grand Master Helio Gracie awarded Ryron and Rener black belts in recognition of their mastery of his unique techniques and teaching methodologies.

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Ryron Gracie

Gracie University Chief Instructor

Ryron and Rener Gracie are the eldest grandsons of Grand Master Helio Gracie, the creator of Gracie Jiu-Jitsu. Their father is Rorion Gracie, one of the world’s foremost experts in self-defense. In 1993, Rorion created the Ultimate Fighting Championship to showcase the supremacy of the family’s self-defense system in a realistic “no holds barred” confrontation against all comers. Rorion’s younger brother, Royce, won 3 of the first 4 UFC tournaments proving that the leverage-based techniques of Gracie Jiu-Jitsu provided the most reliable way to defeat a larger, more athletic opponent. Ryron and Rener were born into this family tradition of testing the art against all challengers.

Rorion introduced his sons to the art as soon as they could walk. As children, they watched him teach private classes in their garage in Southern California. But, it wasn’t until they observed their father and uncles – Royce, Rickson, and Royler – easily winning challenge matches that they began to comprehend fully the effectiveness of Gracie Jiu-Jitsu. Even more important, Ryron and Rener recognized the profound impact the family’s art had on all who studied it. The life changing transformations of Gracie University students motivated the brothers to teach the art. While constantly perfecting their physical techniques, they worked equally hard to master the powerfully effective instruction methods developed by their forbearers. In 2003, Grand Master Helio Gracie awarded Ryron and Rener black belts in recognition of their mastery of his unique techniques and teaching methodologies.

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