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This is a more in depth look at the mount position and the way that I do the Cross Collar Choke. You will find that this submission is working at the highest levels of competition and if you're not using it while training and competing it might be worth revisiting it.
I do this submission a little different than some black belts. Points to look for are the way that I drive the elbow into the chest (not lift with the bicep) and the emphasis on which part of my wrist that I use.
In this video I show the next move in the Sneaky Choke series. This has really turned into a great position for me and I get a lot of good taps. How I finish really depends on their reaction to hav watch video >>
I taught the Sneaky Choke from 3/4 mount a few videos ago and it was very popular. It's a position, and submission that I use frequently. Some people asked questions as to how to deal with your oppon watch video >>
This is a look at the basic Cross Collar submission from guard. This is one of the first lessons taught during out Closed Guard block. You can see that I focus on breaking the posture using the cor watch video >>
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 sho 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 >>
This video shows a sneaky sweep that abuses your partners fear of getting choked. Often if your partner/opponent has fallen prey to a basic collar choke then the mere act of putting your hand in t watch video >>
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 lo watch video >>
This is a look at the very basic submission the Triangle.
There are bunch of different setups for this submission but I am just showing a very basic entry. My hope at this point in the curriculum watch video >>
This is one of the sneakier submissions that I will have posted on my youtube channel. It was taught to me by a good friend and great grappler from Brazil (thanks Thiago).
There are not a whole l watch video >>
The Ezekiel is a strong and simple submission that can work well if set up correctly. In this video I show a very simple set up that works well when combined with the Triangle from mount. Make sure watch video >>