Knee on Belly Submission Baseball Choke
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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 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 remember the concepts that we have learned from the previous videos. Keep that pocket in the back and after setting up your grips keep your fulcrum stationary and move the elbow behind the shoulder.
When initially setting up this submission I find it helps to start from double under grips. This gives more
In this video I show a very simple and common finish from the Omoplata position, the Reverse Armbar.
This is so common and easy that many of you have probably seen it before. There are not a lot of details involved in this move other than keeping good domination over the shoulder and referring to the "rule of thumb" more
In this video I show how to dominate your opponent from the back position and then finish with an armbar.
There are many ways to successfully armbar your opponent from the back. In this video I show how to do it off of the T-Grip or the Kimura grip. This is a great starting armbar from the back for students that have not developed the proper hip movement to finish with some of the other variations.
I really like this variation because of the domination that the hand grip provides. It frees more
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 has a name, I'm also sure that I don't know it. So for the purpose of this video I will refer to it as "Modified Bread Cutter".
Let me start by saying this is NOT one of my favorite submissions, but it is common enough that you need to know to defend against it and good enough that if you have a more
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 cage and making sure you're moving away from your opponent to spread the chin from his/her neck.
The first order of business is to Lasso the head. I prefer to set this up from Side Control or Reverse Kesa Gatame as the angle is easier on your elbow. Make sure if you do it from Reverse Kesa that you a more
in this video I show you my number 1 submission from Mount. This is a mix of a couple of different types of armbars and strongly resembles the S Mount armbar. It differs from the S Mount armbar in the fact that I never move my hips up into high mount to dominate my opponents upper body. This allows me to keep my body weight distributed directly above my opponents hips and maintain a better amount of base.
This armbar does not feel as threatening to your opponent as some other armbars and tha more
In this video I teach you how to do the Triangle submission from the Mount position. I really like this setup because it is easy to do and a lot of people arent expecting it.
After practicing this move you will find that the faster you swing the leg around the neck the easier it will be. There is a little time between learning this move and being proficient at it where it will require you to step with your foot on the ground between the mount position and the position with the leg around th more
In this video I show an alternate setup for the Arm Triangle. Everything about the submission is the same but requires a little more control over your body and a smoother transition between Side Control on one side to Side Control on the other.
This is a very common setup that all BJJ players should have. As I state in the video it works well against people who lift with their whole arm instead of just their elbow.
Try your best not to "hop" during this transition and focus on being smooth a more
In this video I show a great way to finish the Omoplata when your angle is off. Ideally when we transition into this submission you want your body to be parallel with your opponents, hug the hips and scoot away. But sometimes during the transition your opponent is messing with your spacing or continually fighting your leg and not letting it come over the face. When this happens you often end up in more of a 90 degree angle which can create a lot of problems.
When this happens it is importa more
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