In this video, I share a sample of one of the sequences thats included in the “Grappling RX: The Warm Up” series.
In this video we look at a great exercises that helps with posture and shoulder mobility, The Wall Angel.
The exercise can be performed in standing against a wall or lying down.
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Never be the dog chasing the car…It is valuable advice I try to always remind students. You never want to chase a position or find yourself in one where you don’t know what to do next. This can be especially frustrating when you have worked hard and accomplished a great arm locking position, but you are having trouble finalizing it. That’s where this video comes it.
There are a ton of ways to finish the arm lock, but this video contains a few of my favorites that I find to be helpful, high-percentage and fairly easy to employ. Among the ones included are:
– Wrist Release
– Pull to Unlock
– S-Mount Switch
– Arm Crush Northside
– Pressure Lock Option
– Arm Crush Southside
– Wrist Push Unlock
– Triangle Choke Transition
– Vice Break
– Arm Drag to Back Take
– Reverse Triangle with Kimura
Be sure to check out the following resources as well:
BJJ Fanatics: Jiu-Jitsu Based Self Defense Solutions by Eli Knight
Jiu-Jitsu Based Self Defense Solutions by Eli Knight
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How to prevent and defend the Torreando guard pass by BJJ black belt Thomas Lisboa. The Torreando is probably the most common guard pass in which your opponent controls your lower legs at the feet or knees with his hands and then steers your legs one way while passing to the other side. This pass was originally done with a tossing motion, but nowadays (and especially in the gi) most people typically retain control of the knees and use a steering wheel motion to push your legs out of the way while they either drop their shoulder onto your belly or come around to knee mount. In this video you’ll learn 3 counters to this pass that will work both with and without the gi.
Once you understand the Back Take and Armbar it becomes easy to combine them! This leaves your opponent guessing. Enjoy
The elevation over your opponent’s shin is critical! I also show an easy tactic to setup Worm vs Closed Guard
Len “The Real Liger” Bentley, BQuickJJ Black Belt and UFC Vet, shows a lapel DHG position he came up with. It locks the leg in place and makes the sweep easy.