Josh Hinger Guillotine Series 3 - Finishing the Guillotine from Mount

Josh Hinger Guillotine Series 3 - Finishing the Guillotine from Mount

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Now Josh shows a common scenario he encounters when attacking his guillotine series, in which his opponent flops onto his back. Keeping his guillotine grip in place, Josh rolls back to mount. From here he breaks down the mistakes many people make, and how to properly finish the guillotine.


Josh Hinger Guillotine Series 2 - Guillotine Setup to Anaconda Choke

Josh Hinger Guillotine Series 2 - Guillotine Setup to Anaconda Choke

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In this situation, Josh has sprawled on his opponent after he shot on him. After securing his guillotine grip, Josh sits into his "Gangster" guard and is able to put his opponent on his side with very limited mobility. Here Josh is able to trap arm with his legs and drag it across the neck, so he can lock up a tight anaconda choke.

Josh Hinger Guillotine Series 1 - Introduction to the Arm-In Guillotine

Josh Hinger Guillotine Series 1 - Introduction to the Arm-In Guillotine

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Special guest instructor and 3X No Gi World Champion, Josh Hinger, starts his seminar with some basic concepts of setting up and finishing an arm-in guillotine. He breaks down how sets his grips, where he finds his leverage and how he tightens everything up in the closed guard to finish the choke.

Inside the University 994 - Single Leg Entry After Breaking Opponent's Collar Grip

Inside the University 994 - Single Leg Entry After Breaking Opponent's Collar Grip

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Now Nick shows a single leg takedown entry when his opponent has a collar grip on him. After first breaking the grip, Nick can pull the arm up as he lowers his level and grabs the leg. He makes sure to keep his head up and pinned to his opponent's body so he doesn't get guillotined.

Inside the University 993 - Recovering Guard from Turtle by Sitting Back

Inside the University 993 - Recovering Guard from Turtle by Sitting Back

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Another way to recover from turtle is by sitting back and bring your legs through to the front. A common scenario Nick will use this technique is after a failed shot with his opponent sprawling on top of him. By using this sit back method, he can recover and face his opponent.

Inside the University 992 - Recovering Guard from Turtle by Rolling

Inside the University 992 - Recovering Guard from Turtle by Rolling

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Nick answers a question on how to recover guard from turtle. In this case his opponent is on his side as he is turtled, so he rolls over the shoulder his opponent is by and turns to face him with his legs open so he can recover guard.

Inside the University 991 - Escaping Side Control

Inside the University 991 - Escaping Side Control

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Now Nick answers a question about defending and escaping from side control. One point he covers is to keep your head flat on the mat to not allow your opponent's arm under for head control. He also uses his frame on the biceps to control that arm and his other frame comes under the armpit. When he bridges from here, he can escape his hips and replace guard much easier.

Inside the University 990 - Collar Drag to Defend Toreando Pass

Inside the University 990 - Collar Drag to Defend Toreando Pass

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Professor Nick Schrock uses this class as a Q&A session to answer his students' questions, the first being how to defend the toreando pass. When his opponent has both grips on his pants, Nick likes to make a strong collar grip and hit a collar drag. Because his opponent's hands are occupied with pants grips, it's hard for him to react in time and Nick can get the back or the sweep.

Inside the University 989 - Beating the Frame when Passing with the Esgrima

Inside the University 989 - Beating the Frame when Passing with the Esgrima

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Diving a little deeper into the esgrima pass, Gustavo shows how to deal with a common problem when your opponent puts up a good frame to keep you at bay. Instead of trying to drive into the frame, Gustavo shifts his weight toward the head to squash the frame and flatten his opponent, making it much easier to finish the esgrima pass.

Inside the University 988 - Setting Up Esgrima Pass from Spider Guard

Inside the University 988 - Setting Up Esgrima Pass from Spider Guard

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Now when Gustavo breaks the spider guard grips, he ends up in a situation where his opponent's legs are wide open. In this case, he steps his knee in the middle, drops his weight and get the esgrima or underhook. From here he can settle in and work his knee cut pass.

Inside the University 987 - Forcing the Legs Down to Pass Spider Guard

Inside the University 987 - Forcing the Legs Down to Pass Spider Guard

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After going over some finer details on breaking your opponent's spider grips, Gustavo shows another variation to pass the spider guard. Instead of spinning his opponent, now he forces the feet to the ground and runs around to establish side control.

Inside the University 986 - Toreando Pass from Spider Guard

Inside the University 986 - Toreando Pass from Spider Guard

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Gustavo shows how to step to the side each time he swims his arm to break his opponent's spider grip. After breaking both grips, he places his hands on the knees and spins his opponent to whichever direction he prefers to toreando pass the guard.