Loading Video...
This is my go to escape from Kesa Gatame when my opponent is controlling by the hip and not around the head. This move is so powerful that it's insane and I didnt learn it until I was a brown belt. Make sure that when you do this move you make space by moving your hips and NOT by pushing with your arm. The arm takes up the space you make with your hips and "chalks" that distance so your opponent cant turn back into you. Once you have mastered the movement by moving your hips it will be easy
This video is hosted from www.youtube.com
Report here if this video is not working.
Use old video player here.
Disclaimer DMCA

Related Videos

Kesa Gatame Escape Leg Hike.mov

  • 4 years ago
  • 662 views

In this video I show an option for when your opponent is keeping his head low in Kesa Gatame. This move does not require as much flexibility as you think and can work well for you even if your oppon watch video >>

Mount Escape Hip Escape

  • 4 years ago
  • 199 views

Another basic Mount escape that focuses on fundamental hip movement. When doing this techniques it's important to remember that the power comes from the hips (like many of the other videos that I h watch video >>

Kesa Gatame Escape Pelvis to Butt.mov

  • 4 years ago
  • 148 views

A basic escape for when your opponent is in Kesa Gatame with their arm around your head. This can be a difficult position to escape when your opponent is skilled and knows how to distribute their we watch video >>

Jiu Jitsu Techniques - DEFENSE ,ESCAPE AND SUBMISSION WHEN THE OPPONENT ATTACK YOUR BACK

  • 2 years ago
  • 720 views

Master Ricardo Cavalcanti show this week a back attack defense with a Darce choke in the end for you surprise your oponent . Keep send your questions and don't forget "NOTHING IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN watch video >>

Jiu Jitsu Techniques - Half Guard Escape Against Heavy Opponent - Break Lapel Grip / Takedown

  • a year ago
  • 139 views

This week Master Ricardo Cavalcanti answers a viewers question about how to escape from half guard against a heavy opponent. Also how to break lapel grip and takedown your opponent. Don't forget to watch video >>

Side Control Escape Series

  • 4 months ago
  • 26 views

In this video I demonstrate a series of techniques designed to make your opponent posture and thus regain guard. Each of these techniques individually isnt high percentage, but the threat of these m watch video >>

Side Control Escape Wrestler Under Arm Spin.mov

  • 4 years ago
  • 519 views

An intermediate escape that works well when your opponent is controlling over the body and is not chalking the hip. It is important to control at the back of the triceps. This will allow you to con watch video >>

Side Control Escape Pummel to Back.mov

  • 4 years ago
  • 150 views

Another option from Side Control where your opponent is to tight for you to enter with the pummel. This is my go to escape and I have a lot of success with this. Remember that when you get the fore watch video >>

Knee on Belly Defense Hip Pump

  • 4 years ago
  • 252 views

The Hip Hump is a great way to escape the Knee On Belly position. The KOB can be a nightmare and really drain your energy, especially in the later minutes of the round. This escape is great because watch video >>

Back Step Defense to the Back

  • a year ago
  • 78 views

In this video I show an escape from the backstep position where your opponent has really twisted your body and pulled on your knees. There are a few really good escapes from the back step but when y watch video >>

Disclaimer: None of the videos shown here are actually hosted on this server. The video streams are provided solely by this site's users. The owner of this site (mma-core.com) holds NO RESPONSIBILITY if these videos are misused in any way and cannot be held responsible for what its users post, or any other actions of its users. Please read our Terms of Service for more information.