The Best Way To Escape The Worst Position! Side Control!

 

Side control is such a trial for white belts to learn how to escape. I spent my entire first white belt tournament stuck in side control.

Here is a great way to get the heck out of that miserable place!

 

 

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BJJ Moves: Easy Armbar Trap From Closed Guard

 

EASY ARMBAR TRAP FROM CLOSED GUARD //

In this BJJ Moves Training video, we demonstrate the Easy Armnar Trap From Closed Guard technique. The closed guard is one of the fundamental positions in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.

 

 

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5 Basic Submissions for Beginners | BJJ | Jiu-Jitsu | Self-Defense

 

Here are five basic submissions which every beginner practitioner in the art should know.

 

 

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The Berimbolo Explained (And How To Counter It)

 

The berimbolo is widely considered to be one of the most difficult maneuvers in BJJ to pull off. However once mastered it is a powerful technique that can shock and mystify a wary opponent.

“The Berimbolo is the name created by Andre Galvao as a reference to a specific movement, this movement was created by Brazilian Jiu Jitsu competitors having derived from the De La Riva Guard. This grappling position requires the guard player to spin upside-down in an attempt to disrupt the balance of his opponent. This spin, will cause the guard player to either get a sweep (reverse the position) – which is usually called an helicóptero, or take control of his opponent’s back, which is a berimbolo. This position is one of the most popular trends of BJJ since its revival in the late 2000s decade, a revival led by Rafael Mendes and perpetuated by many other fighters such as Ary Farias, Joao and Paulo Miyao and many, many others, especially in the lower weight classes of the sport.” – BJJ Heroes

The following two videos give a great explanation on how to pull it off and after that Marcelo Garcia shows how to shut the berimbolo down!

 

…and the counter!

 

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BJJ Conceptual Basics – Affecting Structure By Using Chokes

 

We can always attack the head/neck to create an advantage from full mount. If you are having a hard time moving your opponent’s arms, then make them do it for you. Create the dilemma of 1) Keep your neck undefended and get submitted, or 2) Move your hands up to defend the choke but risk giving up further position or submission threats. Our opponent has to take the second choice in order to fight another battle, that’s when we capitalize.

Alignment in BJJ is defined for us as “Our body’s ability to generate and absorb force.” The goal in any fighting context to to maximize our body’s potential by being in proper alignment, and create vulnerability in our opponent by breaking theirs.

Alignment is comprised of 3 aspects:
1) Posture – The integrity of our spinal column
2) Structure – The efficient and effective positioning of our limbs relative to our goals.
3) Base – A platform from which to apply and absorb force, and relative to our goals.

 

 

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Here Are Some Tips To Improve Your Rear Naked Choke

 

The rear naked choke is one of the most effective submissions in all of Jiu-Jitsu. You see it happen in street fights and MMA and obviously on the Jiu-Jitsu mats.

But are you getting the full bang for your buck when applying this technique?

Check out some tips here if you aren’t!

 

 

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Check Out The ‘Emperor’ Armbar Escape

 

Most of us know the basic hitchhiker armbar escape where we keep our thumb up.

This is the thumbs down version of the armbar escape called “The Emperor”.

Use control to defeat control.

 

 

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54 Solo Grappling BJJ Drills in 12 Minutes (Updated 2019 Version)

 

Exactly 8 years ago today filmed myself doing 33 back to back solo grappling drills for you all to get ideas from. It has become the most popular solo grappling drills video on YouTube!

I figured now at the ripe age of 38 years old :-)..it was time for me to give you all an updated version!

The first video was upload on March 22nd 2011 and now I give you an updated 54 Solo Grappling BJJ Drills in Just 12 Minutes! These were all filmed back to back with no stops or editing.

Hope you enjoy and hope it helps with ideas and your training! Below is the drill list!

Jason Scully
The Grapplers Guide

Grapplers Guide Home Page – 2018

 

 

Total Drilling Session Takes Between 25 to 30 Minutes When Done As The Full Drilling Workout Below (NOTE: There’s two drills in this list that are not in the video).

1. Sit Outs (10 Total)
2. Sit Out Arounds (10 Total)
3. Push Up Low Sit Throughs (10 Total)
4. High Kick Sit Outs (with Push Up) (10 Total)
5. Bridges Side To Side (20 Total)
6. Bridges To Knees (10 Total)
7. Egg Beaters (20 Total)
8. Hip Ups (10 Total)
9. Hip Up Triangles (10 Total)
10. Shin Roll Ups (10 Total)
11. Shin Roll Up Shots (10 Total)
12. Hip Bumps (10 Total)
13. S-Turn (10 Total)
14. S-Turn Hip Ups (10 Total)
15. Compass Drill (10 Total)
16. Shrimp In Place (20 Total)
17. Circle Shrimps (10 Each Direction)
18. Half Circle Hops (10 Total)
19. Up Downs (10 Total)
20. Alligator Push Ups (10 Total)
21. Scorpions (10 Total)
22. Explosive Hips (5 Total)
23. Plank Hops (30 Total)
24. Long Steps (10 Total)
25. Bottom Crazy Legs (10 Total)
26. One Leg Toe Hops With Knee Cut (10 Total)
27. Shoulder Drops (10 Total)
28. Circle Scoots (20 Total) (Not in This Video)
29. Head Stand Jumps (10 Total)
30. Forward Flat Rolls (5 Total)
31. Backward Flat Rolls (5 Total)
32. Shrimps Backward (20 Total)
33. Shrimps Forward (20 Total)
34. Shoulder Walks Backward (20 Total)
35. Shoulder Walks Forward (20 Total) (Not in This Video)
36. Granby’s (10 Each Direction)
37. Half Granby’s (10 Total)
38. Side Shrimp Backwards (20 Total)
39. Side Shrimp Forward (20 Total)
40. Elbow Drags (10 Total)
41. Seal Walks (10 Total)
42. Backward Bear Crawls (20 Total)
43 Forward Bear Crawls (20 Total)
44. Backward Crab Walks (20 Total)
45. Forward Crab Walks (20 Total)
46. Breakfall (with Technical Stand Up) (10 Total)
47. Technical Stand Up (With Breakfall Drill) (10 Total)
48. Shots (10 Total)
49. High Knee Sprawls (10 Total)
50. Scoot Forward (20 Total)
51. Scoots Backward (20 Total)
52. Scoots Sideways (20 Total)
53. Imaginary Rope Pulls (10 Total)
54. Heel Pushes Back (10 Total)
55. Forward Roll (10 Total)
56. Backward Roll (10 Total)

 

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The Easiest Half Guard Sweep For BJJ White Belts

 

Half guard can be a difficult position for the new BJJ practitioner. I think I was 6 months into BJJ before I even knew their was a half guard. I either had you in my closed guard, or you passed my guard.

One of the greatest half guard players ever, Lucas Leite, teams up with Bernardo Faria to show a simple half guard sweep for white belts.

 

 

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How To Turn Their Kimura Into A Kimura Of Your Own!

 

In this video I show an important move in both Gi and No Gi, the Reverse Kimura. This is a high percentage move that can really catch some people off guard. It is however important to note that you should never let anyone lock a Kimura grip on you as that is dangerous and missing this defense would leave you in a very bad place.

With that being said, if you use this as a defense, or in conjunction with other defenses, then this can be a fantastic move!

The pressure on this is INTENSE and you should make sure that you drill it out before attempting it in rolling. Each partner’s shoulder flexibility is different and it’s important to note those differences when applying this move because it comes on very quickly and can catch people off guard.

Things to remember include pressure forward into the back of the shoulder. When this move fails it’s typically because the driving pressure wasn’t done correctly. Also make sure that your knees don’t touch the floor and all of your weight is on your partners shoulder.

If you mess this up and fall off the side then the option will be there to take the back (which I’ll show in the next video)

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