Leonardo Saggioro (BTT) enfrenta Elder Mendes (Soul Fighters) Pena faixa Preta
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Easy solo BJJ warm-up exercises to get the legs and hips moving using a belt. Use the tension from the belt and feet to move the kips in multiple planes. Feel for restrictions and tightness and gently move into the areas where you feel tight. Spend as much time as you feel is necessary with this technique.
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The Eddie Bravo Invitational has changed submission grappling & has become one of the most prestigious competition. With such great history, we look back at some of the best submissions in the tournament. Which are some of yours?
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Hey guys here are some major details for mid range guard retention that will help take your defense to next level. Offense wins matches defense wins championships. Ask if you guys have any questions.
I love the Kimura. My students love them. They are a very powerful submission and once you get used to using them…you see them everywhere. In this video, I would like to share with you some handy little tips that will really help you get them, hold them and submit with them. I know you are going to love this guys. Give it a try on the mat and let me know how you go…
Brian Reilly (SBG) vs Matt Rennick (Team Torres) in the SubOnly 4 combat Jiu Jitsu Lightweight final.
1. Pin Escapes
2. Guard Retention
3. Grip Fight
4. Strong Guard/Position you can control and attack with.
This is the easiest most effective way I have found to get out of north south. Strong initial positions make it practically impossible for the guy to control well.
For some reason certain people view wrist locks as cheap. I think they’re great. What do you think?