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Month: August 2017

BJJ Basics: Choke with Over Hook to Arm Bar

BJJ Basics: In today’s video we are adding on to a previous videos where we attacked our partner with a lapel choke and an over hook in addition to an elevator sweep. In today’s work our partner stifled our choke attempt by palming our biceps. This opens up the opportunity to attack with an arm bar.

BJJ Basics: Arm In Guillotine vs Strong Bump and Under Hook

BJJ Basics: In today’s video we are countering our partners strong escape attempt from Side Control with an guillotine choke.

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BJJ Basics: Defending and Countering the Kimura from Half Guard

BJJ Basics: In today’s video we are countering the Kimura when we are attempting to pass the half guard and reached for our partners head too soon.

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BJJ Basics: Elevator Sweep with Over Hook to Backside Sweep

BJJ Basics: In today’s video we are adding on to a previous videos where we attacked our partner with a lapel choke and an over hook in addition to an elevator sweep. In today’s work our partner stifled our sweep attempt by driving all their weight overtop of our butterfly hook. When they commit their weight to that direction we take that opportunity to sweep them with butterfly hook on the opposite side

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BJJ Basics: Choke with Over Hook to Elevator Sweep

BJJ Basics: In today’s video we are adding on to a previous video where we attacked our partner with a lapel choke and an over hook. In today’s work our partner stifled our choke by using their free hand to foul the completion of the choke. When they commit their free hand to defend the choke we take that opportunity to sweep them with the Elevator Sweep. If they were to post their free hand to stop the sweep you would just finish the choke. Additionally, we can do this sweep by itself by just checking their free arm with an over hook, under hook or by using wrist control.

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BJJ Basics: Genie Lock From Threatened Triangle Attack

BJJ Basics: In today’s video we are adding on to a previous video where we attacked our partner with a Triangle Choke. In this instance our partner stalled our attack by grabbing our pants/thigh in an endeavor to maintain some space between their neck, their own shoulder and our thigh. Therefore we chose to transition to a Genie lock (aka reverse armbar, cutting armbar, inverse armbar, etc, etc…) while maintaining the triangle leg configuration. Our goal is to either capitalize on their shifted focus to defending the triangle to give us a high percentage attack with the Genie lock and/or to distract them with that attack as another way to finish the triangle.

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BJJ Basics: Wrist Lock and Reverse Grip Americana From Defended Triangle Attack

BJJ Basics: In today’s video we are adding on to a previous video where we attacked our partner with a Triangle Choke. In this instance our partner stalled our attack by grabbing our pants/thigh in an endeavor to maintain some space between their neck, their own shoulder and our thigh. Therefore we chose to transition to a wrist lock and/or Americana while maintaining the triangle leg configuration. Our goal is to either capitalize on their focus to defending the triangle to give us a high percentage attack with the wrist lock (or Americana) and/or to distract them with those attacks as another way to finish the triangle.

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