Jason Rau - Reverse De La Riva [On Demand]

19 ratings

Jason Rau - Reverse De La Riva [On Demand]
Format: Digitsu On Demand
Languages: English
Streaming Format: 270p, 480p, 720p
Download Format: 270p

$19.99

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Description

Serra Jiu Jitsu’s top black belt and newest Danaher Death Squad protege, Jason Rau is a rising star in the Sub-Only scene. In this Mini-Instructional Series, this young prodigy teaches you some of his best attacks from Reverse De La Riva. While these moves are demonstrated without the gi, the concepts, theories and movements can also be applied/modified to work in the gi.

Keep your eye out for this outstandingly talented young athlete!

Techniques Included:

  1. Intro
  2. Reverse De La Riva – Concepts and Theories
  3. Back Take
  4. Leg Drag
  5. Reverse X To Leg Drag
  6. Back Take With Twister Hook
  7. Inverted Arm Lock
  8. Reverse X To Rolling Arm Lock
  9. Reverse X To Triangle
  10. Tripod Sweep To Back Take
  11. Tripod Sweep To Calf Slicer

Reviews
Average rating: (4 out of 5)

2 of 5 Stars! by anonymous on 09/28/2017
Bought this through the Digitsu App which cost twice as much. Unfortunately did not enjoy the product. This collection of techniques are just that - collection to techniques relating to rDLR. There is a chapter named "concepts" but it was brief, the other techniques shown did not display how it all fits into a system which was a bummer because I was expecting that. Some of the chapters were also mis-named for example "Reverse X to rolling arm bar" did not fit as the position as the "Reverse X" was explained differently in the "Leg Drag" chapter. The disarray of nomenclature was confusing. Hence, if you are looking for a bunch of techniques to try, this is the product for you. If you are looking for something deeper and trying to understand the rDLR system, this product will not satisfy your curiosity.
5 of 5 Stars! by chanjm on 06/17/2017
Great no gi RDL instruction, can easily apply to gi.
5 of 5 Stars! by stevetuzin on 05/22/2017
Concepts and techniques are explained well. A good primer on RDL.