Dean Lister worry free Escapes 4 DVD Set

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Dean Lister’s Worry Free Escapes Will Skyrocket Your Confidence On The Mat Because After Seeing This You’ll Know How To Escape ANY Submission! 


In 2011, Dean Lister was fighting one of the most feared Leg Lock guys in the world – Joao Assis in the Finals of the ADCC. Joao was younger and in better shape and had and an estimated 100 victories via leg lock in his career. 

Dean, decided to employ an interesting strategy – he gave Joao his foot: on purpose. Huh? Why the hell would anyone do that? Anyone who got to the finals of the ADCC like Joao is surely one of the most dangerous submission artists on the planet. Joao took the bait and launched his best leg attack on Dean, and a little while later he tapped and shortly thereafter he accepted his silver medal. 

You don’t tug on Superman’s cape, you don’t spit into the wind and you surely don’t try a foot lock on Dean Lister – he is too good at escaping them and then tapping out the aggressor. This is a move no one else would have the guts to try but Dean is so confident in his escapes formula that he turns the tide.


The Strategy in Action…

At the 2013 Jiu JItsu Expo Superfight – World Champion Tarsis Humphries took the bait and went after Dean’s foot after Dean brought the crowd to laughter by boldly encouraging him to attack his foot – he soon tapped to a Heel Hook.

In 2013 in the ADCC Open Class, Dean was fighting perhaps the greatest fighter ever and one of the best leg attackers ever – Marcus “Buchecha” Almeida – and tried the same tactic but Buchecha was too smart. Rather than attack Dean’s feet, Buchecha put Dean’s foot down and walked away – the 2 soon laughed and high fived during the match, and later Buchecha won a close decision.

Lastly in his greatest win ever – in the ADCC Open Class Finals, Dean escaped a Guillotine against the great Brazilian Cacareco and turned it into a heel hook to win.


This strategy…

baiting an opponent to attack isn’t really taught 

in Jiu Jitsu…

It is much more practiced in boxing. Greats like Willy Pep, Pernell Whittaker and James Toney would make opponents miss and then make them pay.  


Dean’s Philosophy…

Dean’s philosophy is a different one as far as Jiu Jitsu is concerned. 

He drills his best escapes so much that he becomes confident enough to dare people to attack him. 


Imagine how different you would feel on the mat if you were hoping people would try a Guillotine, an armlock or a leglock on you so you could reverse it and tap them?  


How would you feel if you were under side control just knowing you were about to take their back?

That is how Dean feels and he wants to show you how he does it.


– Escaping a legal ibjjf footlock

– Outside footlock escape

– Outside footlock escape 2

– Leg lock escapes from 50/50

– Inside thigh outside thigh compression escape

– Knee bar escape

– Knee bar escape after opponent falls

– Knee bar escape when leg is straight

– Knee bar escape when leg is straight 2

– Conventional footlock escape with leg on inner thigh

– Double step/iminari footlock escape

– Guillotine defense

– Arm bar defense

– Side control escapes

– Kimura defense