When does the Danaher Headlock set come out?

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  1. vcmmafan Black Belt

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    itching for more instructionals
     
  2. mataleaos Brown Belt

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    i think by the end of this month or early next month

    definitely within a month
     
  3. kenetics Silver Belt

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    I'm waiting for his berimbolo set next..
     
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    Pretty sure he's getting his knee replaced soon...so maybe no dvds for awhile after this next one
     
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    I came across Danaher’s response to someone that once the 4 series set is released, he will release sets based on fundamentals. Not sure what this exactly mean. I suppose guard passing, mount, etc.
     
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    Last I heard, he was going to release as part of a 3-volume set:
    Volume 1: The Headlock
    Volume 2: The Haymaker
    Volume 3: Pushing Someone Hard
     
  7. tekkenfan Banned Banned

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    i feel you man im dying for more too he can take all my money lol i just hope he puts out a mount dvd thats one thing that the no gi community hasnt had properly and his guys have some good mount attacks so sure he has some great stuff
     
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    awesome im glad but also not cause everyone will have the same stuff lol
     
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    I watched his leg lock videos and I was impressed! As a Ph.D. student, I can recognize brilliance when I see it! I will make sure to get anything that guy produces!
     
  10. mataleaos Brown Belt

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    I just want to figure out why they like the Nate Diaz one handed arm-in guillotine. I've seen them use it a lot if not to finish at least as a placeholder to re grip or switch to other chokes and I'm wondering what sets it apart from a normal arm-in guillotine control.
     
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    My guess is it's probably more of a blood choke, while the double chinstrap/ten finger style attacks more of the windpipe. Id also wager a greater relative ease/simplicity of grabbing onto it and holding onto it. The gross motor movement also has some overlap with the power assist guillotine.

    It could also simply come down to a habit of contingency. Someone learns doing it one way, and just keeps doing it as long as it works. I know the instinct for 'technique hoarding' can be pretty strong, and any time you learn something new you want to 'invest' in it somehow; trying to come up with an epicycling gameplan where anything and everything you've ever seen has a place in it in some way (even if taking a roughly contrary tack might ultimately be more practical).
     
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