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John Danaher - Leglocks Enter The System Remastered

Post by admin » 25 Jun 2018, 10:27

John Danaher - Leglocks Enter The System Remastered
The updated version of the highly anticipated leglock instructional. This release features:

1) A total re-shoot of the original material. They didn't just touch up the old stuff, this is a brand new recording.

2) Much better sound quality. I sampled about 50 different spots on the DVD and the sound is much more consistent, clear, audible, and free from delays or artifacts. You can't hear any goddamn trucks driving outside either.

3) A distinct lack of buttrock played over the title cards.

4) AESTHETIC title cards.

5) A sober cameraman that frames the whole shot and recognizes that he needs to stay in focus the whole time.

6) An overall upgraded experience. Please enjoy.

If you only have ratio for one, get this one. If you're a completionist, download both and compare them yourself. He does expound on or rearrange some of the content, but overall the changes are minor and this version is the definitive edition.

Table of contents:

Vol. 1
(00:00 - 01:54) Introduction
(01:54 - 09:05) Breakdown
(09:05 - 10:56) Explication
(10:56 - 12:15) Independent Thinking
(12:15 - 15:20) Overview
(15:20 - 18:41) Manifestations of Leg Lock System
(18:41 - 22:38) Grip And Inside Position
(22:38 - 26:43) Gripping
(26:43 - 33:25) 2 On 1 Gripping
(33:25 - 39:00) Immovable Elbow
(39:00 - 42:38) Push Pull Dynamic
(42:38 - 46:22) Torso Controls
(46:22 - 52:23) Hand Over Shoulders
(52:23 - 56:49) 2 On 1 Leg
(56:49 - 01:00:51) Shin To Shin
(01:00:51 - 01:05:33) Standing Opponent
(01:05:33 - 01:11:16) Scoop Gripping
(01:11:16 - 01:15:09) Ankle Gripping

Vol. 2
(00:00 - 05:00) Attaining Inside Grip
(05:00 - 07:49) Standing Opponent
(07:49 - 12:17) De La Riva
(12:17 - 18:40) Pummelling Legs Top Position
(18:40 - 25:07) Movement Inside
(25:07 - 32:09) Supine Opponent
(32:09 - 39:53) Hand Post - Leg Pummeling
(39:53 - 48:48) Irimi Ashi
(48:48 - 53:54) Knee And Knee Line
(53:54 - 58:05) Connection Drills
(58:05 - 01:04:13) Penetration Drills
(01:04:13 - 01:09:08) Gravity Drills
(01:09:08 - 01:14:20) Gravity Drills 2
(01:14:20 - 01:17:43) Gravity Drills 3 Rolling
(01:17:43 - 01:22:41) Recovering Knee Line

Vol. 3
(00:00 - 01:43) Introduction
(01:43 - 07:07) Single Leg Ashi
(07:07 - 10:19) Double Leg Ashi
(10:19 - 16:12) Inside Leg Breakdowns
(16:12 - 19:03) Cross Ashi
(19:03 - 22:14) Introduction: Heel Exposure
(22:14 - 28:27) Lifting Method
(28:27 - 30:59) Lifting Method Cross Ashi
(30:59 - 33:24) Centerline Method
(33:24 - 35:39) Tilting Method
(35:39 - 44:16) Negating Resistance Intro
(44:16 - 45:45) General Theory Breaking Mechanics Intro
(45:45 - 54:05) General Theory Breaking Mechanics
(54:05 - 59:04) Follow Through
(59:04 - 01:04:30) Slack Removal
(01:04:30 - 01:11:25) Gripping
(01:11:25 - 01:18:42) Outside Heel Hook
(01:18:42 - 01:25:49) Inside Heel Hook

Vol. 4
(00:00 - 02:26) Intro
(02:26 - 07:12) Shared Spiral Problem
(07:12 - 11:43) Single Ashi Solution
(11:43 - 16:14) Multiple Ashi Solution
(16:14 - 19:37) Exposing The Heel
(19:37 - 26:52) Negating Resistance
(26:52 - 36:43) Breaking
(36:43 - 43:04) Cycles of Inside Outside Dominance
(43:04 - 48:46) Stopping The Spiral
(48:46 - 01:11:46) Control Speed of The Spiral

Vol. 5
(00:00 - 14:11) Introduction
(14:11 - 18:04) Similarities & Differences of Straight And Cross Ashi
(18:04 - 19:38) Primary & Secondary Leg
(19:38 - 21:55) Double & Single Leg Approaches
(21:55 - 26:28) Turnout Problem
(26:28 - 30:18) Double Leg Approach - Ankle Lace Ashi
(30:18 - 32:09) Release Problem
(32:09 - 36:46) Managing The Release
(36:46 - 41:38) Alternative Achilles Grip
(41:38 - 45:06) Double Heel Hook Attack
(45:06 - 47:59) Lace Leg (Creating Dilemma)
(47:59 - 53:50) Splitter Hand
(53:50 - 57:17) Elbow Slicer
(57:17 - 01:02:01) Over Under Method
(01:02:01 - 01:04:21) Double Elbow
(01:04:21 - 01:07:46) Double Cross Method
(01:07:46 - 01:15:47) Controlling Shared Spiral

Vol. 6
(00:00 - 02:21) Intro
(02:21 - 04:59) Central Problems
(04:59 - 10:18) Untying Legs
(10:18 - 15:47) Double Leg Roll
(15:47 - 19:26) Figure Four Toe Hold
(19:26 - 26:37) Dilemma Attack
(26:37 - 35:06) Figure Four Toe Hold Primary Leg
(35:06 - 42:25) Figure Four Toe Hold Non Optimal Conditions
(42:25 - 48:17) Transition To Outside Ashi Outside Heel Hook
(48:17 - 53:22) Transition To Cross Ashi Inside Heel Hook
(53:22 - 55:00) Introduction: Linking The Three Ashi Systems
(55:00 - 01:01:10) Head Position
(01:01:10 - 01:05:46) Opponent Spins Leg Crossover
(01:05:46 - 01:09:48) Static Crossover
(01:09:48 - 01:13:34) Spin Leg To Cross Ashi
(01:13:34 - 01:16:56) Spin Leg To Reverse Ashi
(01:16:56 - 01:22:27) Rolling Transition From Straight To Cross Ashi

Vol. 7
(00:00 - 04:58) Sliding Ashi
(04:58 - 08:31) Colloring Elbow
(08:31 - 11:46) Double Leg Entry
(11:46 - 16:07) Single Leg Entry
(16:07 - 18:25) Front Headlock
(18:25 - 21:32) Arm Drag
(21:32 - 24:02) 4 Point Breakdown
(24:02 - 28:35) Intro Ground Position
(28:35 - 32:57) Bottom Single Elevator
(32:57 - 36:47) Crossed Feet Single Elevator
(36:47 - 41:22) Inversion
(41:22 - 45:39) Knee Shield Inversion
(45:39 - 49:43) Knee Shield To X Guard
(49:43 - 54:32) Hook Sweep To Reverse X Guard
(54:32 - 58:07) Arm Drag
(58:07 - 01:02:17) Collar And Heel Entry
(01:02:17 - 01:07:41) Shoelace Breakdown

Vol. 8
(00:00 - 06:56) Sitback
(06:56 - 09:50) Inside Out Entry
(09:50 - 13:04) Outside In Entry
(13:04 - 17:23) Outside Step In
(17:23 - 26:58) Half Guard Entries
(26:58 - 30:24) Kani Basami
(30:24 - 45:24) Double Seated Position
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Re: John Danaher - Leglocks Enter The System Remastered

Post by spoxa » 26 Jun 2018, 21:27

Thanks first of all. Any chance that we can get a different host?

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Re: John Danaher - Leglocks Enter The System Remastered

Post by iSteele » 30 Jun 2018, 12:50

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Re: John Danaher - Leglocks Enter The System Remastered

Post by Atki » 01 Aug 2018, 00:04

Thank you.. this really is a big improvement on Danahers first edition.. much much better all round.. my friends say thank you.

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Re: John Danaher - Leglocks Enter The System Remastered

Post by Atki » 01 Aug 2018, 00:05

spoxa wrote:
26 Jun 2018, 21:27
Thanks first of all. Any chance that we can get a different host?
What host would you want? RG is the lead file host and has been since the days of rapidshare.. buy a membership.

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Re: John Danaher - Leglocks Enter The System Remastered

Post by spoxa » 01 Aug 2018, 03:41

Atki wrote:
01 Aug 2018, 00:05
spoxa wrote:
26 Jun 2018, 21:27
Thanks first of all. Any chance that we can get a different host?
What host would you want? RG is the lead file host and has been since the days of rapidshare.. buy a membership.
RG is the worst file host. Hosts like zippyshare or mega are much better. And if I pirate something then I prefer it to be free otherwise I'd just buy it. That's kind of the whole point of piracy...

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Re: John Danaher - Leglocks Enter The System Remastered

Post by Atki » 01 Aug 2018, 14:21

spoxa wrote:
01 Aug 2018, 03:41
Atki wrote:
01 Aug 2018, 00:05
spoxa wrote:
26 Jun 2018, 21:27
Thanks first of all. Any chance that we can get a different host?
What host would you want? RG is the lead file host and has been since the days of rapidshare.. buy a membership.
RG is the worst file host. Hosts like zippyshare or mega are much better. And if I pirate something then I prefer it to be free otherwise I'd just buy it. That's kind of the whole point of piracy...
How is RG the worst file host? I get 3mbps with unlimited downloads from their servers. Ive had membership with most other popular file hosters yet RG is universally the most used one hence links being used are most likely to be the RG. Why is Zippy and Mega better? Piracy via p2p might be free but its not quite the same premise when using servers now is it?

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