Wim Deputter – The Mirroring Principle: Back Defense and Being Offensive
Wim Deputter is here to make sure you never get stuck in back control again.
- This Belgium-based, Brasa black belt is going to give you the conceptual tools that are going to change how you look at being defensive and escaping bad positions like back control.
- Using his concepts “the mirroring principle” along with techniques such as the baby bridge and scooping shoulders, he will quickly having you escaping positions you used to suffer in hopelessly.
- Wim’s tricky defensive approach contains many BJJ hacks that you would never have figured out on your own. This instructional hands them to you, saving you tons of time using traditional trial and error.
Learn Wim Deputter’s Mirroring Principle and Never Get Stuck With Your Back Taken Again.
What Will You Learn?
Wim Deputter is a highly regarding black belt instructor and MMA competitor. His conceptual approach has made him a favorite within the BJJ Globetrotters seminar circuit. Unlike many instructors who will share a list of disconnected techniques, Wim is going to give you a complete conceptual system fill with BJJ Hacks that will super charge your game and have you looking at everything you thought you knew with a fresh perspective.
Let’s face it, having someone on your back is one of the worst experiences you can have in BJJ. What if there were a few simple principles that didn’t require you to be a crazy, explosive or athletic grappler that could help you escape with ease? Wim Deputter is going to share all of his tried and true techniques that will have you escaping the bad position and finding the offensive silver lining within every defensive position that’s easy to miss if you’re only learning by trial and error.
In the Back Defense Series you are going to learn all of Wim’s best escapes from every possible bad spot you can find yourself. Dealing with the seat belt, or any other type of grips will be easy with Wim Deputter’s help.
In the later volumes of this series you will also learn how to Become Offensive with Someone On Your Back. Nothing feels better than catching an attacker in a submission when they’re caught admiring their own work. Let Wim Deputter teach you how!
So What’s On This Series?
The first two volumes of this 4 volume series are an extremely deep dive into the Mirroring Principle and how it applies to back defense and back escapes. Don’t think these concepts aren’t going to impact every other aspect of your game. Once you start looking at your game through the eyes of Wim Deputter, you’ll be amazed at the details you will see that you were blind to in the past.
The third and fourth volume of the series will get into dealing with all of the weapons and submissions that your opponent will throw at you from the back and how to defend them. But Wim will not stop there. Not only will he show you how to defend, but he will easily show you how to turn the tables on your opponent, regardless of your strength and athleticism.
In the fourth volume specifically, Wim is going to show you an interesting grip change that could literally change the course of your gi game forever. Almost as a bonus, this series is going to also include some interesting guard passing concepts that will complement the Back Defense material perfectly and give you a much more well-rounded understanding of Wim’s unique style and game.
So What Exactly Do You Get?
This is Wim Deputter’s complete back defense system and how to deal with anything your opponent can throw at you. In addition you are getting all of the most common ways to exploit the opponent’s attacks and turn your defensive postures into OFFENSIVE ATTACKS and keep them on their heels.
This DVD is perfect for the grappler at ANY level and you don’t need any crazy athleticism. Yes, Wim Deputter is an accomplished black belt with hundreds of BJJ matches and an outstanding 19-4 MMA record, but his instruction and techniques can make ANYONE a better at defending their back and turning this position into an ATTACK POSITION!
So What Techniques Are On This Series?
Altruistic reason to get a good defense
A note on stalling
Back Defense ‘Survival’
Defending against seat belt
Turnout toward open side
Fireman Escape System
Closed side bridge
Open side bridge
Variation for less flexible people
Open side turnover
Back Escape drill
Arm bar defense
Shin inside knee foot lock
Foot lock variation
Shin inside knee fail
Mirroring from honey hole (bonus)
Fireman Passing System
A. The Closed Guard
Closed guard pass 1
The collar grip
Closed guard pass 2
Closed guard pass 3
B. The Single-under aka The Fireman Pass
Pressure passing hierarchy
Long step pass
Sprawl and pass
Kimura bait trap
Rollover arm bar defense
Opponents scoots around to the back
Dela-riva back bait trap
Reverse baby – hug
Reverse baby – hug sit – up sweep
Deep half rollover
Deep half bridge over
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