In this video, I share how to escape d'arce choke. This video shows you how to get out of a d'arce choke when you were late to defend the d’arce choke which is now locked in.
Congratulations to @mannymeepflores on his performance today at #fujibjj, with two golds in no-gi and bronze in gi. It was his first competition since undergoing knee surgery four months ago. He had a good day, made enough good decisions, and was able to finish the day on a positive note. 🥇🥇🥉🥋🤜🤛 https://www.instagram.com/p/Bsj-o_nAwuK/
In this video, I share a front headlock back take that is a transition from arm-in guillotine to back take. This quick video shows you how you can option out of the front headlock / arm-in guillotine from guard and half guard and go to back control if you feel your opponent's defense has a higher probability to defend against the choke.
Trying to defend an opponent in high mount can be challenging if you don't stay calm and in control of yourself. Here's one way you can defend as your opponent attempts to move to a high mount, and what you can do if they all-out commit to avoid being swept.
Professor Anthony’s plane lands, and his first stop was to come train with us Saturday morning. I paused one of our mount technique skill practices so the class could recognize him, as I haven’t seen him since he received his black belt late last year at 73 years old! It was great to have my […]
Make sure to watch the online lesson I did on bottom half guard sweeps in my system, available on my Facebook page and YouTube channel. It will make it easier to understand what you need to do regarding control, spacing, neutral, and what you want to do to increase your probability of success.
Your mastery of warm-up and movement drills will lead to sweeps, leg locks, and back control from the bottom mount position. Here's a tutorial with a solo practice drill to get you from bottom to away, and to a better spot!
Patience and your understanding of 2-on-1 control can improve your jiu-jitsu quickly. See in under 2 minutes concepts on how you can effectively apply 2 controls on 1 element of your opponent's body.
In Rational Front Headlock / Guillotine Choke Control, what we need to do is not what we typically do.