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Another move shown to me by one of my Professors in Brazil, the Rommel pass is a great way to deal with a strong DLR game. Clearing that hook on the outside can be an absolute nightmare if you don't have a technical response. There are a couple of very important things going on in this pass. First of all you need to keep outward pressure with your inside knee. This is pretty standard with DLR defense. If you get lazy with this knee and allow them to turn your knee inward it will expose your back and compromise your base. So framing out is essential. Next you must squat. This allows you to keep your base low while also allowing you to maintain posture and avoid Triangles and Armbars. Posture is Very important in almost all of your passes. Now that you have good outward pressure, you have posture it's time to get ahold of that lapel. The lapel is important in this pass, but we must obtain without giving up posture or opening that space. This is done by reaching with your b watch video >>

  • 3 days ago
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Event Happening during a recreational basketball game Alliance Jiu-Jitsu MN " Self defense. EVERYTHING in BJJ comes back to self defense. From Rolls Gracie to Romero Jacare to Fabio Gurgel to Damian Hirtz to our newest white belt, every Alliance athlete learns self defense. Without the fundamental "soul" of jiu-jitsu you have nothing. One of our purple belts was recently sucker punched while playing basketball. A very basic and typical sequence ensued: Punch cover, clinch, headlock defense to the back and choke. When the attacker's friends intervene he transitions as necessary ending in a heel hook position. What are the lessons? Good BJJ is Good BJJ in any scenario. Violent altercations are unpredictable and very, very quick. Basketball is too violent. (note: There is some rough language. That is also a real part of violent altercations)" Video sent to GP by the owner of the footage, Brandon. watch video >>

  • 3 days ago
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This week Master Ricardo Cavalcanti shows how to set up and secure an arm bar from side control using your opponents lapel. Check out Romulo's Super Fight on January 23rd http://fightblok.com/23-jan-2015-fightblok-pro-invitational-iii/ 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 >>

  • 5 days ago
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In this video I show a unique choke from the Turtle position. I learned this choke in Brazil from one of the head instructors at Gordo's academy (his name is Rommel, thus the choke being called the Rommel Choke). I really like this choke because it has an easy setup from behind the armpit. Very often when you try to insert the hand in front of the shoulder to get a Clock Choke, or any variant, people fight like crazy to stop that grip. When you lead behind the shoulder I find that people are much more likely to let it happen. Once you've placed that setup hand in it's time to place the finish hand. If you get a deep grip with the setup hand then the collar will be tight against the neck and can really prevent you from putting your fingers in the collar. Make sure to reference the video and see how I make space for that second hand, it's a sure way to get your 4 fingers in the collar. Now that we have our grips it's time to proceed with driving my elbow into the chest. I do no watch video >>

  • 6 days ago
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Two students in my children's program demonstrate a new technique. This is the first time either of them have been introduced to switches. We learned this technique as a response to back takes in a recent tournament. Competition is a great tool for learning as we can let it lead our advanced classes curriculum. watch video >>

  • 10 days ago
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In this video I show a pass from the Catcher Position. This is a fairly uncommon position during tournaments because it requires you to break contact from your opponent and also have enough space to squat outside their Guard. This is uncommon because in the rules it says you cant pull Guard without first making contact. If you are in an event or tournament where someone can butt flop or sit guard without contact this can be a great move and you can use it frequently. In normal IBJJF tournaments this is a great option if you break contact and must re-engage your opponent. I really like this pass and the others from that Catchers Position because it avoids a lot of the common trending moves in BJJ competitions right now, mainly the De La Riva sweeps and their variants. If you're afraid that your opponent is going to get under you or set up one of these types of guards I highly recommend this. The fact that your heels are close to your bottom and your knees are bowed out is a r watch video >>

  • 11 days ago
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  • 13 days ago
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In this video I show my primary defense/reversal in the Turtle Position. I have seen variations of this move showed many times but this differs from the way I see it most of the time as it allows you to trap the arm very securely with little to no strength and it also allows you to get your hips under the body of your partner/opponent. The first step is to control the arm. With a lot of the different setups that I've seen the trapping of the arm forecasts the move that you're going to do and they either pull their arm out or hop to the other side. By trapping the arm the way that I do in this demonstration you will almost never have to worry about someone pulling their arm out. If they do use enough strength to clear out their arm, often, they will create so much space that you can simply sit up into a guard position. After you've trapped the arm you need to straighten your inside leg. For one split second both legs will be straightened. Once you clear out your top leg you shou watch video >>

  • 17 days ago
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This week Master Ricardo Cavalcanti shows several ways to set up a kimura from the guard and side control. Check out Romulo's Super Fight on January 23rd http://fightblok.com/23-jan-2015-fightblok-pro-invitational-iii/ 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 >>

  • 21 days ago
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Keenan Cornelius vs Dean Lister Polaris Pro watch video >>

  • 21 days ago
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Pablo Popovitch vs. Eduardo "Teta" Rios Polaris Pro watch video >>

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Mike Fowler vs Eduardo Telles Polaris Pro watch video >>

  • 21 days ago
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Garry Tonon vs Marcin Held Polaris Pro watch video >>

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