Closed Guard Submission Kimura.mov
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This is an in depth look at how I do the Kimura from Closed Guard and a look at how to overcome the most basic defense for the Kimura.
As you notice I start off by dominating the arm and not by clasping the wrist. This is different than I was originally taught. I made this change after many hours of application after I realized that controlling the wrist not only alerts your opponent to your intentions but also leads to a lower percentage finish.
Once you get your Kimura grip on the arm the
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