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  • a month ago
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  • a month 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 >>

  • a month ago
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Ahead of this weekend's UFC on Fox headline bout vs. Alexander Gustafsson, light-heavyweight contender Anthony 'Rumble' Johnson spoke exclusively to MMA Plus and revealed that he never expected to make it back to this position following his release from the promotion in 2012.. watch video >>

  • 3 months ago
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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 >>

  • 3 months 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 >>

  • 6 months ago
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one the most important position in fight the mount (4 points ) need be review all the time in all levels beginners to advance with gi or without the gi , mma or self defense .Carlson Gracie Sr always say for us to fight on the top and looking for the mount because is a very danger position and the sometime make us to training the escape , lets review one of his techiques ,and keep send questions i will post the video soon is possible , osss . watch video >>

  • 8 months ago
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Chris Weidman shows off his ground game from the top position before pulling off an impressive standing guillotine choke against Jesse Bongfeldt in his second Octagon appearance. watch video >>

  • 8 months ago
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Benson Henderson is determined to get back to the #1 contender position in the lightweight division. Standing in his way is Rustam Khabilov. Don't miss this pivotal match-up Saturday, June 7th on FOX Sports 1. watch video >>

  • 10 months ago
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The ability to switch sides on your armbar quickly and while maintain a tight position is very important. In this video I show one of the ways to dynamically switch directions for your opposite side armbar. This is something that we practice during our drills class and can really surprise your opponent. I use this any time my opponent buries his/her arm and I cant seem to finish the current armbar. Remember that you always rotate over the body and not over the head. The first step is g watch video >>

  • 10 months ago
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The ability to switch sides on your armbar quickly and while maintain a tight position is very important. In this video I show one of the ways to dynamically switch directions for your opposite side armbar. This is something that we practice during our drills class and can really surprise your opponent. I use this any time my opponent buries his/her arm and I cant seem to finish the current armbar. Remember that you always rotate over the body and not over the head. The first step is g watch video >>

  • 10 months ago
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In this video I show a great way to finish from the Armbar position. This is a very dominate position and there are many options from here. I really like to push the elbow away and simply finish by falling back but sometimes my opponents read that option and stay tight with their elbow. When that happens, the Rob Kimura is a great option! Make sure you reference the video to see exactly how to cross the feet on the far side of the body. It is very important to get under your opponent's fa watch video >>

  • 10 months ago
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Josh Sudmeier vs. Isaiah Patskowsky in a 135 lb. fight. From north/south position on the ground Sudmeier got head control and set in a power-guillotine choke. Patskowsky worked to his feet but Sudmeier pushed him into the cage and closed off the choke for the win with the tapout coming at :23 of round one. watch video >>

  • 10 months ago
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I taught the Sneaky Choke from 3/4 mount a few videos ago and it was very popular. It's a position, and submission that I use frequently. Some people asked questions as to how to deal with your opponent who "answers the telephone" or defends by bringing their hand to their ear. In this video I show a great response to that question/problem, the one handed Darce. I showed something very similar to this from Butterfly Guard but you will find it much easier to finish this as it's shown in watch video >>

  • 11 months ago
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Sweet way of getting a quick position or Submission while taking the back of an opponent, after the double unders. MOve by Sean Roberts (Ralph Gracie). This is a pretty neat way for getting the quick tap. If you have questions please do not hesitate to speak with us on FB or Twitter on Instagram as well. Oss!! watch video >>

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