King of Anacondas with Milton Vieira 7 - Anaconda Choke against No Arm Guillotine Attempt

King of Anacondas with Milton Vieira 7 - Anaconda Choke against No Arm Guillotine Attempt

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In this lesson Milton teaches how to counter your opponent's no arm guillotine attempt from the butterfly guard. We combine an escape from the guillotine to transition into the set up of our own no arm anaconda choke.


Inside the University 86 - Butterfly to Straight Armlock and Failed Armlock to Back Take or Rollover Sweep

Inside the University 86 - Butterfly to Straight Armlock and Failed Armlock to Back Take or Rollover Sweep

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Xande teaches a combination of attacks to go with the classic butterfly hook sweep. In this lesson we learn to set up the straight armlock from the butterfly guard and how to take your opponent's back or finish with a sweep should the armlock fail. These techniques may seem appear simple but the details such as keeping your opponent in close distance and using the proper posture can make a huge difference in the success of your attacks.

Inside the University 50 - Butterfly Hook Sweep, Knee Pick, or X-Guard Single Leg Combination from Classic Guard

Inside the University 50 - Butterfly Hook Sweep, Knee Pick, or X-Guard Single Leg Combination from Classic Guard

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Saulo continues the chain of attacks from the classic guard to butterfly guard transition. In this lesson we learn to go from the classic guard to the butterfly hook sweep, the butterfly knee pick, or x-guard single leg sweep as a combination attack from the classic guard.

Inside the University 48 - Helio Gracie Choke and Butterfly Hook Sweep Combo from Classic Open Guard

Inside the University 48 - Helio Gracie Choke and Butterfly Hook Sweep Combo from Classic Open Guard

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Saulo teaches the Helio Gracie choke (palm up palm up collar choke) and classic butterfly hook sweep as a combination attack from your classic open guard. He covers details on how to set up the grips as well as how to create the proper angle to finish the choke.

Inside the University 32 - Passing Flattened Butterfly, Sprawl Pass and Hip Switch Pass

Inside the University 32 - Passing Flattened Butterfly, Sprawl Pass and Hip Switch Pass

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Saulo teaches two ways to pass the flattened butterfly with the sprawl pass and the hip switch pass. We learn to assume the tiger stance to distribute weight and move laterally to neutralize out opponent's hooks and pass the guard.

Inside the University 18 - Double Underhook Butterfly Guard Control to Straight Arm Lock

Inside the University 18 - Double Underhook Butterfly Guard Control to Straight Arm Lock

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Saulo teaches how to control your opponent in the double underhook butterfly guard and how to transition from this position to a straight armlock.

Inside the University 6.1 - Black Belt Session Butterfly and Open Guard Concepts and Control Part 1/2

Inside the University 6.1 - Black Belt Session Butterfly and Open Guard Concepts and Control Part 1/2

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Xande explains his competition mindset and talks at length about how it's important to be able to threaten your opponent at all times with both submissions and sweeps. He talks about how positioning yourself safely and taking your opponent's balance is the jab that will open up opportunities for successful sweeps and submissions. Xande also demonstrates some butterfly and open guard concepts such as how to engage your opponent in the butterfly when your opponent is trying to stay distant as well as how to maintain your butterfly guard when your opponent attempts the knee cross pass and the side smash pass.

Inside the University 2 - Butterfly to Over Under Choke Part 2

Inside the University 2 - Butterfly to Over Under Choke Part 2

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Saulo explains details on setting the over under choke including how to angle your opponent for the most efficient submission. We learn to face our opponent when going for the submission and watch a practice drill on setting up the submission.

Inside the University 1 - Butterfly to Over Under Lapel Choke

Inside the University 1 - Butterfly to Over Under Lapel Choke

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Saulo explains how he uses the cross collar grip from butterfly to control distance and also uses the grip to set up a over under lapel choke when your opponent tries to pass your guard. Small details play a big role in being able to finish this submission in high percentage. Be sure to use your leg as an active hook to control the distance and create the necessary space to sit up and cinch in a tighter choke.

Xande UNIJJ Seminar 1 (Part 3/4) - Cross Collar Chokes from Flattened Butterfly

Xande UNIJJ Seminar 1 (Part 3/4) - Cross Collar Chokes from Flattened Butterfly

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Xande covers multiple options on setting up cross collar chokes when your opponent has flattened your butterfly and is looking to pass. These chokes work well when your opponent neglects your cross collar lapel grip and persists in trying to pass.

Xande UNIJJ Seminar 1 (Part 4/4) - Review of Collar Choke Options from Butterfly

Xande UNIJJ Seminar 1 (Part 4/4) - Review of Collar Choke Options from Butterfly

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Xande reviews the various cross collar chokes from butterfly guard that he taught during this seminar.

Xande UNIJJ Seminar 1 (Part 2/4) - Palm Up Palm Down Choke from the Butterfly Guard

Xande UNIJJ Seminar 1 (Part 2/4) - Palm Up Palm Down Choke from the Butterfly Guard

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Xande teaches how to fish for the cross collar choke (Palm Up Palm Down) from the butterfly guard by flicking your arm as if casting a fishing pole to set up the proper grip.