Tarsis Humphreys Series 5 - Kata Guruma (Fireman's Carry)

Tarsis Humphreys Series 5 - Kata Guruma (Fireman's Carry)

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Tarsis shows another takedown he likes to use, the kata guruma, or fireman's carry. He starts by getting collar and sleeve grips, and pulls his opponent down. When his opponent reacts by posturing up, Tarsis lets go of the sleeve, steps between the legs and sits down as he grabs his opponent's leg. Now he dumps him over to the side, and comes on top, already in the leg drag position, where he can easily pass the guard.

Tarsis Humphreys Series 4 - Drop Seoi Nage

Tarsis Humphreys Series 4 - Drop Seoi Nage

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Tarsis shows one of his favorite takedowns, the drop seoi nage. His first step is to grab his opponent's sleeve and collar, and pull him to break his posture. Right away, he turns and drops to his knees, as close to his opponent's legs as he can. Keeping the arm and lapel grip tight, he curls forward, throwing his opponent over his shoulder. Once his opponent is down, Tarsis also shows how you can grab a kimura right away.

Tarsis Humphreys Series 3 - Armbar from the Mount

Tarsis Humphreys Series 3 - Armbar from the Mount

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Tarsis shows an armbar that is his favorite submission from the mount. His first priority when getting the mount is to point his feet inward and drop his hips to put a lot of pressure on his opponent. Next he puts his forearm on top of his opponent's head, and pulls himself up to a high mount position. Now he chooses an arm, and pushes it to the side and drops his hips on it. From here he brings his knee up and pivots his body to the S-mount. Then he brings his leg over the head to finish the armbar.

Tarsis Humphreys Series 2 - Half Guard Knee Cut Pass

Tarsis Humphreys Series 2 - Half Guard Knee Cut Pass

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Tarsis shows his favorite half guard pass he learned early in his career from his coach, Fabio Gurgel. First Tarsis establishes the underhook and head control, and puts pressure on his opponent. Next he lifts the shoulder off the mat and places his forearm underneath, and puts pressure with his own shoulder. Now his head comes down next to his opponent's head, and he shuffles a little to the side to create space for him to stand on his toes, so he can pass with the knee cut.

Tarsis Humphreys Series 1 - Closed Guard Pass

Tarsis Humphreys Series 1 - Closed Guard Pass

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Tarsis Humphreys, World Champion and Abu Dhabi World Pro Champion, begins his seminar at the University of Jiu-Jitsu by showing how he passes the closed guard. First he opens his legs to widen his base and grabs both lapels with one hand. Next he grabs the sleeve and puts his forearm between his hips and ribs to secure the grip. Now he can stand up and open the guard by pushing his opponent's knee down. From here he kills the leg with his knee, grabs the head and back steps to pass the guard.

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