A very effective high percentage kimura set up and attack. This video shows how a hand placement and grip can increase your submission success.
JJ Machado Showing a very simple and effective Open Guard Attack Combination
During a Japan Seminar Gui Mendes explains his Top Game Concepts. He finishes with a smooth submission: Triangle From Knee Slide
Bjj practitioner Firas Zahabi shows a powerful Guard Pass Prevention.
Clark Gracie shows some tips for the rear naked choke on Stephen Kesting. Start with head and arm position with one of your arms over their shoulder, and your other arm under their other shoulder. Use the back of your head to help you keep your position, tucking their head into the area between your…Details
Marcelo Garcia gives some tips for dealing with an opponent’s defense to a rear naked choke. If your opponent is just defending the choke rather than trying to escape, and you already have your positioning, open up your opponent’s neck by pulling back on their forehead, and dig your hand into the gap created to…Details
Denny Prokopos starts in a butterfly guard, with an overhook grip and an underhook to the other side. He scoots his hips towards the underhook side to break the opponent’s posture. He then makes use of this opportunity to wrap his arm around the opponent’s neck. Here’s when it gets a bit tricky when he…Details
In a session with Budo Jake, Rafa Mendes demonstrates how he prefers to finish a guillotine choke. He starts in a knee slice/forced half guard position. Rafa Mendes posts his hand towards the body of the guy at the bottom to prevent him from coming up too fast. As the guy fights for an underhook,…Details
Renzo Gracie demonstrates a number of scenarios from a guillotine. In the beginning of the video, Renzo shows a basic concept on how to keep the guillotine tight. He mentioned how to keep the arm and the rib close and while grabbing the wrist. He then lifts the leg on the opposite side of the…Details
Rener starts to demonstrate his guillotine setup from kneeling position. He starts to grab behind the neck to control the posture, while the other arm fed looped into the opponent’s head connecting his armpit into the head of the opponent. A small but important detail he included is to cup the chin of his opponent.…Details