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In this video I show a very powerful choke from the Knee On Belly position.
I have seen this technique used many times and I have seen a couple of instructionals detailing how to do it but there are a couple of things that I do differently.
The main thing that I emphasize over other instructors is the pulling up with the setup hand. The setup hand is the initial thumb put into the collar behind the neck. I like to put this hand in the collar in the Side Control position because I have f
In this video I show a submission from the Knee On Belly position. I have heard this called a couple of different names and always referred to it as a reverse grip Baseball Choke. I'm sure that it watch video >>
In this video I show another great way to escape the Knee on Belly position.
If you have ever been stuck under a skilled person that likes to play KOB then you understand the importance of escapin watch video >>
This submission looks remarkably like the Baseball slide armbar but the entry, weight distribution and the spacing differs slightly.
For this move I like to dominate my opponents arm with an overh watch video >>
In this video I show a very simple way to finish from the back. This is the Basic Lapel Choke from the back or the Clock Choke from the back. When performing this technique it is important to reme watch video >>
In this video I show another very important drill that emphasizes the transitions from Knee On Belly to Knee On Belly and then from Knee On Belly to Mount.
These transitions are very important a watch video >>
In this video I show a very basic but important choke, the North/South Choke. There are many different theories on the different aspects of this choke. I personally value pressure with with rib cag watch video >>
In this video I show a pretty cool submission off of a controlling grip from Side Control. This was a grip I was taught as a white belt but I never knew that it had any type of choke attached to it. watch video >>
In this video I show an alternate technique for when your opponent is not giving you the underhook in Half Guard. This is not a common technique and I would rate it as medium percentage. I've had watch video >>
In this video I show a great variation for the Baseball Choke when someone blocks your hips and stops you from being able to rotate after you have obtained the grips. Remember, when you roll it's ab watch video >>
Video 2 of 4 This is an interesting submission. It looks a lot like a North/South Choke and feels a lot like a Guillotine. I struggled with how to label this video and settled on referencing the G watch video >>