Half Guard Sweep Insurance Plan
This video is hosted from www.youtube.com
This was one of the first sweeps developed from the Half Guard. The control provided by the lapel grip behind the back makes this a great move for beginners, because it slows down the game, while also being great at high levels, again becuase it slows down the game while giving you the ability to control your opponents body with a single arm.
Although I have seen this taught many times throughout my grappling career, I have never seen it taught with the same hip movement that I show in this
A basic escape/transition from Side Control into Guard (Half or Full). Remember to only attempt this move when your opponent does NOT have the hand next to your hip. This works really well with t watch video >>
This is one of my very best sweeps. I developed this when I was a purple belt and I've spent the last 5 years perfecting it. Hopefully this 6 minute video can pass on some of the finer points. The watch video >>
The Core Fundamentals of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu
Antonio Braga Neto
- Half Guard Control Going to the Back
- Bait Sweep Going to the Back watch video >>
This is one of the single most important videos of mine and the fewest people will watch it. At a quick glance it appears like a simple move that does not require a lot of attention, but trust me wh watch video >>
In this video I show the next logical move after you have obtained a deep underhook. Having a deep underhook opens up the pathway to the back!
There are plenty of ways to finish coming out on the watch video >>
This is the epitome of a big man pass. It may actually be my favorite pass against people who just try to keep their legs closed.
If you have ever relied on using your elbows to open the inside o watch video >>
In this video I show a basic escape from the back called the Monkey Grip. As you can notice from the video the grip is not symmetrical. This is the first video in the two part series where it show watch video >>
In this video I show a basic Butterfly Guard Pass called Control The Ankle and Flatten Out. I learned this when I was a white belt and I still use the concepts a lot in my passing game. The idea of watch video >>
There are times when you can not get the underhook. In those instances it is very important that you have other options to threaten your opponent. In this video I show a great sweep/reversal (depen watch video >>