In our first download, we introduce the Japanese Scarf Hold or "Kesa Gatame" as an essential ground fighting position. We debunked the common sport grappling myth that this position exposes your back and leaves you vulnerable to chokes and related attacks by clarifying some of the essential misconceptions rampant in the grappling world. Moreover we highlighted to original intent of the position--to neutralize a weapon bearing arm.
In this sequel, we respond to the overwhelming viewer feedback, expanding upon some of the key positions from the first download. Much more than this however, we establish Kesa Gatame as a central hub for movement, showing transitions, submissions and counters in reverse and inverse scarf holds, "pillow" hold downs, north-south positions, recovery from losing both the close and far arms, and much more. An encyclopedic treatment of biomechanics, strategies and deceptions, set-ups, solo training and much more.
Running time over 3 hours. A must for any serious grappler or security professional interested in ground control.