Masakazu Imanari Leg Locks 10 - Heel Hook from Butterfly Guard

Masakazu Imanari Leg Locks 10 - Heel Hook from Butterfly Guard

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From the butterfly guard, Masakazu sits up with his hands in his opponent's armpits, and pulls himself underneath while lifting him up with his hooks. He stretches his left leg straight up and wraps it over his opponent's leg. His right leg pushes the other leg away and he hooks the foot he's attacking with his arm to finish the heel hook.


Robson Moura Butterfly Guard 12 - Baseball Bat Choke

Robson Moura Butterfly Guard 12 - Baseball Bat Choke

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From the butterfly guard, Robson's opponent gets the underhook and flattens him out. Robson feeds his lapel under his armpit to his other far hand with the palm down, and his other hand grabs from the other side of the neck with the palm up, making the baseball bat grip. Here, he can attempt to finish the choke by closing his elbows, but if his opponent defends, he can sweep and finish the choke from the top.

Robson Moura Butterfly Guard 11 - Brabo Choke

Robson Moura Butterfly Guard 11 - Brabo Choke

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Robson is playing butterfly guard, but before he can set up a good attack, his opponent gets the underhook and flattens him out. Robson pulls his opponent's lapel out on the same side as the underhook, and feeds it under the armpit and behind the neck to his other hand. Now he extends his butterfly hooks to stretch his opponent out and to sit up. He brings his free hand underneath the jaw, and gives the lapel, setting up the first grip on his choke. Here, Robson can grab the gi on the other shoulder to finish the choke, or if his opponent blocks with his hand, Robson drags the arm across the body and finishes the brabo choke.

Robson Moura Butterfly Guard 10 - Lapel Lasso Sweep to Choke

Robson Moura Butterfly Guard 10 - Lapel Lasso Sweep to Choke

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From the butterfly guard, Robson takes his opponent's lapel out, and then his opponent swims his arm to get the underhook and tries to flatten him out. Posting on his elbow, Robson lassos the lapel around his opponent's neck, and reaches over the back to grab the belt. He uses his hook to sweep, and passes to the side. His free arm goes underneath the armpit and he feeds the lapel to his other hand. Now he grabs the lapel with his free hand, thumb in, and finishes the choke.

Takamasa Watanabe Series 10 - Loop Choke from Butterfly Guard

Takamasa Watanabe Series 10 - Loop Choke from Butterfly Guard

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From the butterfly guard, Takamasa makes a cross collar grip, and kicks his opponent's knee back on the opposite side of his collar grip, while simultaneously pulling his posture down. His free arm holds the head down behind the neck as he loops his collar grip over his own hand. Now he falls to the side and brings his far foot onto his opponent's back for leverage, and he finishes the choke.

Inside The University 214 - Leg Lock from Butterfly Guard

Inside The University 214 - Leg Lock from Butterfly Guard

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Saulo continues with the butterfly guard, and uses the same movement as the previous sweep, but instead of sweeping he grabs the leg to finish the knee bar. The key to this position is rolling sideways over your shoulders.

Paulo Strauch Lessons with a Red Belt 5 - Loop Choke from Open Guard or Turtle

Paulo Strauch Lessons with a Red Belt 5 - Loop Choke from Open Guard or Turtle

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Paulo covers details on how to set up the look choke from open guard as well as how to use the proper grips to finish the choke.

James Puopolo No Gi Butterfly System 7 - Failed Overhook Butterfly Hook Sweep to the Omoplata

James Puopolo No Gi Butterfly System 7 - Failed Overhook Butterfly Hook Sweep to the Omoplata

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Using the overhook grip, we're able to string a series of attacks on our opponent even if the butterfly hook sweep fails. In this lesson, James teaches a way to transition into the omoplata off a failed overhook butterfly sweep.

James Puopolo No Gi Butterfly System 5 - Failed Hook Sweep to Failed Kneebar Back to Gullotine or Hook Sweep Darce

James Puopolo No Gi Butterfly System 5 - Failed Hook Sweep to Failed Kneebar Back to Gullotine or Hook Sweep Darce

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James continues the chain of attacks from the failed butterfly hook sweep. In this lesson we learn how to follow up with more combinations of attack if your opponent steps their knee back to prevent the kneebar. As they step back, they open up the opportunity to come back to the hook sweep or to attack the neck with a guillotine.

James Puopolo No Gi Butterfly System 4 - Failed Overhook Butterfly Hook Sweep to Rolling Kneebar

James Puopolo No Gi Butterfly System 4 - Failed Overhook Butterfly Hook Sweep to Rolling Kneebar

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James shows a way to transition into a rolling knee bar when you were unable to sweep your opponent with the failed overhook butterfly sweep. When you go for the hook sweep, your opponent will often push in to you to attempt to stuff your sweep. Anticipating your opponent's reaction and transitioning into the kneebar will often catch them by surprise.

James Puopolo No Gi Butterfly System 3 - Overhook Butterfly Hook Sweep to Marcelotine

James Puopolo No Gi Butterfly System 3 - Overhook Butterfly Hook Sweep to Marcelotine

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James teaches another way to catch your opponent right off of the overhook butterfly hook. In this lesson we learn to use our opponent's reaction against them by setting a trap with the no arm marcelotine. The marcelotine is a guillotine variation that was made famous by Marcelo Garcia and is unique in the way that the elbow is thrown over your opponent's shoulder to tighten the choke.

James Puopolo No Gi Butterfly System 2 - Overhook Butterfly Hook Sweep to Darce Choke

James Puopolo No Gi Butterfly System 2 - Overhook Butterfly Hook Sweep to Darce Choke

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James begins to explore options to follow up your overhook butterfly hook sweep with submissions. In this lesson we learn to set up a darce choke immediately after sweeping them with the hook sweep.

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