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Escaping the Reverse Sit position can be an absolute nightmare! The most important thing is realizing the difference between the Reverse Sit and the Back Step. I find that a lot of white and blue belts get these two positions confused and it can lead to problems escaping because they try to apply the wrong technique. You must control the belt in order to use this escape. This means that your arm is NOT trapped during the Reverse Sit. Either because you saw them moving into this position and removed it or they purposefully avoided the arm being trapped. If they trap the arm you're going to need to use another escape because you will not be able to stop them turning back into you. The elbow placement after you grab the belt is very important. Make sure that you reference the video for the details as I talk about them and how your elbow is supposed to be in line with the spine. watch video >>

  • 2 days ago
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Women that train are ossome. Here is a clear example why. Ego is dangerous. he is also an example why. It is all fun and games until someone takes your back. More women and girls need to train JiuJitsu as a Martial Art, for self defense or simply for sport. JiuJitsu is for everyone. watch video >>

  • 3 days ago
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Metamoris 5 is here! Saturday, November 22, 2014 be a part of history and join us LIVE via Pay-Per-View Webcast through http://www.metamoris.com. Renzo Gracie vs. Kazushi Sakuraba, Rory MacDonald vs. JT Torres, and MORE! watch video >>

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While the Cavalcanti International Team ( Luxembourg, Poland and Germany ) competed at Naga Paris, Master Ricardo saw so many single leg takedowns. So this week Master Ricardo, directly from his 2014 European seminar tour, shows us a Leg Lock and Foot Lock from single leg takedown. Enjoy this position with his Instructor in Luxembourg Miketo Cavalcanti. Don't forget to Vote Carlson Gracie Training Center the best of Las Vegas!! Go to bestoflasvegas.com login with your Facebook account search for carlson gracie training center, and vote, simple!! show your support for our team!! 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 Carlsongracietc.com Check Out Da Firma Kimono Company at www.dafirmabjj.com watch video >>

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Metamoris plea watch video >>

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This is a fairly common shoulder lock that I see a lot of people use at the lower levels. It's not necessarily a low level move, but an experienced grappler will keep their arms, in addition to their elbows, tighter to their body and make it difficult to get this. With that being said, when you combine it with other attacks and use proper spacing concepts it can be a fantastic submission. I really like this submission because it is low risk. If you fail at this submission you are most likely going to still be in side control, North/South or Turtle top (if you miss the arm and they belly down). Make sure to watch in the video (at the 2:10 mark) to see how I left my hips to cover the space and stuff the arm. This is a very important aspect that a lot of people miss. I see some people with great pressure that do not lift their hips and try to do all the work by stuffing the arm with their hands. By lifting the hips you can get to the wrist even if your opponent is strong! watch video >>

  • 9 days ago
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On November 2, 2014, Carlesha Freeland-Gaither, a nurse's assistant in Philadelphia, was violently abducted at 9:40pm. The entire incident was captured by surveillance cameras, and although the exposure of the footage helped authorities catch the perpetrator, it also sparked widespread concern among women everywhere. In this special edition Gracie Breakdown, Rener and Eve discuss the incident and provide valuable insight to help viewers understand the key attributes that enabled Carlesha to survive the abduction. Additionally, they introduce an essential self-defense concept called the "Bystander Intervention Score," and explain how anyone can manipulate the score to increase their chance of survival during an abduction. In the wake of this traumatic incident, Rener and Eve would like to sponsor Carlesha to come to California for an immersive Women Empowered training experience at the Gracie Jiu-Jitsu Academy. If anyone watching this video has any way of contacting Carlesha or her fa watch video >>

  • 10 days ago
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In this video I show a great 2nd option for when your foot ends up on the wrong side of the bicep in the armbar position. This can be really frustrating as it can be difficult to continue maintaining the armbar position with both legs crowded over the head. This is a pretty common transition for intermediate and advanced grapplers. Make sure to check out the 1:30 mark to see how I do it a little more aggressively (by not waiting for my opponent to sit up) and with a different type of pressure. In the event they do sit up you can get your regular Triangle, I have just experienced people laying on the floor and refusing to come straight up because they know the triangle is a danger. watch video >>

  • 12 days ago
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On Saturday November 22, 2014 Vinny Magalhaes and Kevin Casey will meet to battle at the center of the mat for Metamoris 5. Join us LIVE via PPV Webcast by visiting http://www.metamoris.com TODAY! watch video >>

  • 13 days ago
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In this video I show one of my favorite Spider Guard passes. It's very important that you keep your center of gravity low and squat with your legs. Squatting with your legs will help mitigate your opponent's control over your arms and also keep your weight back so that you do not get pulled over top of your opponent. There are a LOT of different ways to pass after you have broken that grip. I just so how to step to the outside and then back around to the back. You can also stay on the same side and pin the knee, or pull the other leg into a leg drag, it's really just up to you and your passing style/or abilities. It is all about dictating where the match goes and not letting your opponent have his/her grips. watch video >>

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