Tag: tripod sweep
The Tripod Sweep is one of the most fundamental moves in BJJ. You can sweep your opponent from many different guards, using this same principle.
In this video I show you 8 applications of the Tripod Sweep, including open guard, closed guard, and sit up guard.
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Situational awareness can fail. It’s something we all obviously need to practice and prioritize, but for many reasons it can fail. So it’s crucial that we have the ability and technical training to get us to a safe position in dangerous conditions. This particular instance we are focused on in this video centers around how to get back to your feet safely at various levels of lateness in recognizing the threat of a standing aggressor.
Anya and I explore three different ways to safely and technical stand up versus a standing opponent. Each of these options work in sportive, as well as self defense environments with slight modifications. These are all able to be drilled with intensity, and safely should be for any hope of developing proficiency.
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How to apply a tripod sweep (or a tripod-like sweep) from multiple guard positions in BJJ, both with and without the gi. Check out the de la Riva guard instructional at https://www.grapplearts.com/dlr
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Professor Gustavo Gasperin teaches one of his favorite flow drills to help sharpen your transitions and ability to move from bottom to top position in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.
Leo Tunico teaches one of the most basic sweeps from the open guard — one that is recommended for when your opponent tries to pass your guard standing. One hand controls the sleeve; the other controls the heel. One leg hooks the opponent’s free leg while the guard player pushes the passer’s hips with their other foot. After he fells his opponent, pay attention to the details that Tunico teaches for you to easily get on top.
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Can’t sweep with the technical lift? Calm down, for the X-guard is very versatile. Instead of stretching both legs, lower one of them and unbalance your opponent with the tripod sweep.
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About Livia Gluchowska:
Livia Gluchowska is a brown belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and an instructor at Absolute MMA South Yarra. She is a 2-time BJJ World Champion, Asian Champion, 7-time Pan-Pacific Champion and 3-time Australian Champion. At the end of 2014, she was ranked at #2 in the world in no gi BJJ and #4 in gi (purple belt, light feather) and #1 in Australia in both gi and no gi (purple belt, open weight).
Livia is also a physiotherapist and has worked for the Australian Institute of Sport. Before taking up BJJ she was the 2003/04 Track Series Australian Cycling Champion and has represented Poland and Australia in rhythmic gymnastics.