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Seminar 3: Submission Mastery   
Having regularly trained with much stronger and more athletic partners for over forty years, Master Sauer could rarely force a submission. Instead, he based his attack strategy on the principle of surprise. In this mastery seminar, he shares eight of his “sneakiest submissions” from the mount, side mount, guard, half guard, and back mount. Try all eight on your partners when they least expect them and let us know how it goes!
  • Cross Choke Combinations
  • Sneaky Mounted Wristlock
  • Surprise Side Mount Wristlock
  • Transitional Kimura
  • Choke-Armlock Combination
  • Half Guard Cross Choke
  • Turtle Shoulder Crank
  • Body Triangle Counter
  • Final Philosophy
Features
  • Streaming Video
  • Detailed Lesson Printout
  • Interactive Slides
  • Moderated Forum
  • Peer Chat
  • Additional Resource Links
Lesson Specs
Price: $65.00
Length: 1 hr, 10 min, 20 sec
  Part of Course:
Master Sauer Seminar Series
 
Course Instructors
Pedro Sauer
  8th Degree Gracie Jiu-Jitsu Coral Belt

Pedro Sauer was born and raised in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, where from an early age, he began training in the martial arts. At age five, he began boxing and later took up judo and taekwondo. At age 15, however, his friend Rickson Gracie, invited him to train jiu-jitsu with his younger brother, Royler, who at the time was only nine years old. The outcome of this experience convinced him that jiu-jitsu was the most effective of all the martial arts, and he began training the very next day.

His training under both Helio and Rickson took place during a time when jiu jitsu was making its crucial transition as an obscure Brazilian art to a worldwide martial arts phenomenon. Pedro worked towards a double major (Economics and Business Administration) in college, and took post graduation courses at Fundacao Getulio Vargas. He worked in Brazil as a stockbroker for eleven years before deciding to move to the United States and pursue a career teaching jiu-jitsu.


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