In this video I show my favorite BJJ submission chain from Side Control I used as a White Belt in Jiu-jitsu rolling and competitions. Truth be told, I still use elements of it even now as a Black Belt. Just illustrating the fact that good sound fundamentals moves never become truly obsolete. So you don’t have to be a White Belt to use this submission series.
I originally learned this submission chain series from an old Brazilian Jiu-jitsu DVD series and would practice it with my roommate who was also involved with training.
It’s a pretty simple sequence. First it starts from Side Control with the Kimura and transitioning to North South. After that I use an Armbar if the Kimura isn’t successful or doesn’t feel right. Finally if all of those options fail I go for Back Mount.
If you know me, you know I love taking the back! And this is one of the first transitions I used that helped create this love for back taking.
So whether or not you’re a BJJ White Belt. I hope you enjoy the submission chain shown in this video and I hope it’s useful to you.
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