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  • 11 months ago
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This week Master Ricardo Cavalcanti shows us some attack variations from knee on belly. 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 >>

  • a year ago
  • 509 views
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This week Master Ricardo Cavalcanti show us how to set up an armbar from knee on belly. 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 >>

  • a year ago
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X Guard can be a fantastic position for sweeping an opponent with really good base. Any time that you can get your hips under your opponent your ability to challenge their base becomes increased. There are literally countless ways to enter into X Guard. Over the next series of videos I use the same entry. This is a very easy entry and it focuses on good hip movement and body angle. Please do not think this is the only way to enter, nor do I think it is universally the best way to enter int watch video >>

  • a year ago
  • 385 views
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This video talks about controlling from the Knee On Belly Position (KOB). This is a great position and awards two points if you are able to maintain the position in competition but this move is really most effective when used in a real confrontation. While doing security I used both Knee On Belly and Knee On Back a lot. Both of these positions allow you the a lot of control over your opponent while still giving you the ability to be mobile. The KOB position is a diverse position and the watch video >>

  • a year ago
  • 351 views
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In this video I show a very powerful choke from the Knee On Belly position. I have seen this technique used many times and I have seen a couple of instructionals detailing how to do it but there are a couple of things that I do differently. The main thing that I emphasize over other instructors is the pulling up with the setup hand. The setup hand is the initial thumb put into the collar behind the neck. I like to put this hand in the collar in the Side Control position because I have f watch video >>

  • a year ago
  • 264 views
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In this video I show a submission from the Knee On Belly position. I have heard this called a couple of different names and always referred to it as a reverse grip Baseball Choke. I'm sure that it has a name, I'm also sure that I don't know it. So for the purpose of this video I will refer to it as "Modified Bread Cutter". Let me start by saying this is NOT one of my favorite submissions, but it is common enough that you need to know to defend against it and good enough that if you have a watch video >>

  • a year ago
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In this video I show another very important drill that emphasizes the transitions from Knee On Belly to Knee On Belly and then from Knee On Belly to Mount. These transitions are very important and very few people actually practice them. I encourage you to practice this transition a lot as it will help you flow from dominate position to dominate position. Once you have gotten this transition down you can add in some more advanced transitions. There are a lot of different ways to transit watch video >>

  • a year ago
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The Hip Hump is a great way to escape the Knee On Belly position. The KOB can be a nightmare and really drain your energy, especially in the later minutes of the round. This escape is great because it focuses on strong fundamentals and encourages a large range of hip movement. The fist step is to lay your arm around the back of the thigh. This is in contrast to the defense that a lot of people have learned where you push on the knee. Often times when I go to KOB I'm not looking for any pa watch video >>

  • a year ago
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This submission looks remarkably like the Baseball slide armbar but the entry, weight distribution and the spacing differs slightly. For this move I like to dominate my opponents arm with an overhook. This leads to a much more powerful submission and has the added benefit of being very secure. The rotation of the foot should be a very quick transition. There should be very little warning that you are about to transition into a submission until you are falling back. This, unlike the Base watch video >>

  • a year ago
  • 731 views
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In this video I show another great way to escape the Knee on Belly position. If you have ever been stuck under a skilled person that likes to play KOB then you understand the importance of escaping this position. There are a bunch of really great techniques but this is probably the most commonly taught and easiest to do against a skilled opponent. One of the very important concepts to remember is that the space is created on the way DOWN from the bridge, not the way up. If you are havin watch video >>

  • a year ago
  • 151 views
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Master Ricardo Cavalcanti shows us an omoplata from all four with a transition to knee on belly and an armbar / triangle option to finish it off. For more visit rcjiujitsu.com or email your questions to cavalcantibjj@gmail.com watch video >>

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