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We escape from the daily grind of the gym with Ovince Saint Preux to the University of Tennessee football complex, where he shows us where he played college football and how he has adapted what he learned there to his career in the UFC. watch video >>

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Master Ricardo Cavalcanti show this week a back attack defense with a Darce choke in the end for you surprise your oponent . Keep send your questions and don't forget "NOTHING IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN JIU-JITSU" let's training , osss watch video >>

  • 2 months ago
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The Reverse Sit can be an absolute nightmare when you're trying to retain your guard, work sweeps, or try to submit your opponent. Avoid the Reverse sit can be difficult as well. It is very important that you have strong fundamentals and an understanding of body positioning in Half Guard. The best defense for the Reverse sit is to have good body angle, your head/ear listening down by the belly button and frame the knee. If you can place your head low enough on the stomach then you can av watch video >>

  • 3 months ago
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In this video I show an effective and simple way to escape the 50/50 position. This can be an absolute nightmare of a position against someone that knows what they are doing and I've found that at the black belt level if you find yourself in this position it's almost always on purpose (which means your opponent knows what he/she is doing). First of all it's important that you protect your legs at all times. Start off by crossing your ankles and burying your foot. The second step is going to be watch video >>

  • 3 months ago
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Today Master Ricardo Cavalcanti answers a question from this past weekends Las Vegas Open Tournament regarding the De Lariva Pass and the Lasso Guard escape. Enjoy the video and keep the questions coming. "Remember Nothing is More Important than Jiu-Jitsu" watch video >>

  • 3 months ago
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Being caught in a Grapevine Mount control can be extremely frustrating. Although many people have been put in this type of control not many people know a technical escape. In this video I show one of my favorite escapes from the Grapevine. The first step will be to choose the side you want to escape from and straighten the leg quickly. You must build some power by really popping that leg straight. Once you get your leg free keep it completely straight, now it's time to step over on your op watch video >>

  • 7 months ago
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In this video I show a way to escape the back position by keeping both arms tight and scooting away (or a version of a reverse shrimp). The first, and most important thing about this move, is that you protect that space under your armpits. I refer to the hand positioning as "Home Alone Hands" in the kids class and it just carried over into the adults. This is so important to this move that not only will you not be able to do it if they have a grip under your armpit, but attempting this move w watch video >>

  • 10 months ago
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http://fightnetwork.com/ - On this edition of The Shift, Priscilla Caripan (@PCaripan) gives us an extended look at Escape Plan, the latest project from Entertainment One Films with Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger. We hear from Stallone, Schwarzenegger and producer Randall Emmett who discuss their roles in the film. PLUS If you're in Toronto you have a chance to win tickets to the advanced screening on October 17th at the Scotiabank Theatre at 7:30pm all you have to do is watch watch video >>

  • 10 months ago
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This week Master Ricardo Cavalcanti shows how to escape from your opponents half guard. If you have any questions or suggestions for future videos please leave a comment below or e-mail Master Ricardo cavalcantibjj@gmail.com For more visit rcjiujitsu.com Check Out Da Firma Kimono Company at www.dafirmabjj.com watch video >>


Escaping North/South can be one of the most frustrating things in the world, especially against a skilled opponent. Throughout the remainder of my North/South instructional videos I will post a few escapes. This is the first one in a series. Although it is low percentage as demonstrated it can be VERY effective in forcing your opponent to create space and allow you to escape. Like in previous videos, the first thing that we need to understand is that space is made on the way DOWN, not the watch video >>

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