- Mark Lajhner breaks down a tried and true system for ground and pound for MMA.
- Understand how to generate hard-hitting strikes from the closed guard, half guard, knee on belly, side control, and more.
- Learn to defend sweeps and submissions by using easy-to-follow concepts that allow you to dominate from the top.
- Increase your sport specific cardio as you sharpen your ground and pound with Lajhner’s drills!
- Discover unique defensive options by using Mark’s escapes from the bottom to turn the tables on your opponent
- Use the cage to your advantage with efficient methods of getting back to your feet.
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Mark Lajhner Clears The Confusion On Ground And Pound With His 7-Part Masterclass On Must-Have MMA System!
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What Will You Learn?
Ground and pound is a longtime strategy in MMA. Early days of MMA were packed full of great athletes who utilized it at the highest levels of the sport. So whether you are dealing damage from the top or looking to escape from the bottom, understanding the finer aspects of ground and pound is a must! Thankfully, former MMA pro and current MMA coach Mark Lajhner lays out a complete ground and pound blueprint in his latest 7-part series!
The series covers both offensive and defensive concepts that have been proven to work at the highest levels of MMA. Lajhner starts the series by detailing how to successfully establish control, maintain positions, and deal damage with strikes. You will learn how to effectively set up advantageous situations from closed guard, half guard, mount, back control, side control, and more. Mark also shares his favorite ground and pound drills using a partner with focus mitts, as well as a solo ground and pound drill by using the heavy bag! Increase your sport specific cardio as you sharpen your ground and pound!
Defending ground and pound is just as crucial as being able to generate offense from the top. Lajhner breaks down how to minimize risks of strikes while consistently working towards escapes, sweeps, and submissions. Being able to function while on the bottom is a tricky skill that can be difficult to learn. Mark simplifies the process by focusing on the highest percentage techniques from closed guard, half guard, as well as even less dominant spots like knee on belly, mount, and more!