Jeff Glover Donkey Guard and Triangles 2 - Donkey Guard to 50-50 Sweep or Heel Hook

Jeff Glover Donkey Guard and Triangles 2 - Donkey Guard to 50-50 Sweep or Heel Hook

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Jeff shows a different way to spin underneath your opponent from the donkey guard and finish a takedown using a 50/50 style sweep or heel hook submission.


Jeff Glover Donkey Guard and Triangles 1 - Donkey Guard to Rolling Back Take

Jeff Glover Donkey Guard and Triangles 1 - Donkey Guard to Rolling Back Take

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Jeff is back with a new series showcasing his donkey guard and a bunch of triangle set ups! In this first lesson we take a look at his donkey guard and how he purposely gives his back while standing to attempt to take his opponent's back when they engage.

Inside the University 107 - Traditional Arm Drag from Butterfly Guard

Inside the University 107 - Traditional Arm Drag from Butterfly Guard

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Xande teaches the basic mechanics to working the traditional arm drag from the butterfly or open guard. We learn the importance of being able to move our hips to the outside to create the correct angle and space to move to our opponent's back or finish the sweep.

Jackson Sousa Spider Guard Sweeps 4 - Spider Guard to Scissor X Guard Single Leg Sweep

Jackson Sousa Spider Guard Sweeps 4 - Spider Guard to Scissor X Guard Single Leg Sweep

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Jackson teaches how to get underneath into the x guard from the spider guard position and come up with a single leg for the sweep.

Jackson Sousa Spider Guard Sweeps 2 - Failed Sickle Sweep to Tripod Sweep

Jackson Sousa Spider Guard Sweeps 2 - Failed Sickle Sweep to Tripod Sweep

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Jackson teaches how to set up the tripod sweep as a follow up from a failed sickle sweep. These two sweeps go hand in hand and use the same principle of stretching your opponent out by controlling their ankle and hip to destabilize their base and achieve a sweep.

Inside the University 89 - Classic Butterfly Hook Sweep to X Guard Entry

Inside the University 89 - Classic Butterfly Hook Sweep to X Guard Entry

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Xande's closing lesson from the butterfly seminar covers how to get underneath your opponent if they decide to post out by standing against your classic hook sweep. When your opponent posts a leg out, it gives you the space to hook the far leg and get underneath them to transition into various X guard sweeps. Combining multiple attacks such as the arm lock and the x-guard transition with the hook sweep can confuse your opponent and allow you to capitalize on their reaction.

Rico Vieira Competition Techniques 5 - Brown Belt Champ Techniques, Classic Open Guard to Triangle, Omoplata, or Tripod Sweep Combo

Rico Vieira Competition Techniques 5 - Brown Belt Champ Techniques, Classic Open Guard to Triangle, Omoplata, or Tripod Sweep Combo

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Rico recalls the techniques that helped him win his 2 brown belt world titles. He explains that as your opponent gets more advanced, they will often break a grip and not let you control both sleeves to play a traditional spider guard. In this case, use the cross lapel and work a modified classic open guard to attack with the triangle, omoplata, or the tripod sweep.

White Belt University - Triangle from Classic Open Guard

White Belt University - Triangle from Classic Open Guard

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Xande teaches how to set up the triangle from the classic open guard. This is a great submission to add to your game at the earliest stages because you can catch your opponent with it from almost any position.

Inside the University 71 - Defending Double Unders or Single Unders Pass

Inside the University 71 - Defending Double Unders or Single Unders Pass

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Xande teaches how to defend against the double unders or single unders pass and position yourself to sweep them off their pass attempt. In this defense we straighten our leg and turn our hips to change the weight distribution and angle of our body to make it harder to complete the double unders or single unders pass.

Inside the University 58 - Defending the Torreada Pass

Inside the University 58 - Defending the Torreada Pass

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Xande teaches two basic ways to defend against the torreando (torreada) pass as seen in the Jiu Jitsu University book.

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.

JJU 23-0 to 23-04 Reverse De la Riva Control and Knee Push Sweep

JJU 23-0 to 23-04 Reverse De la Riva Control and Knee Push Sweep

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Xande teaches how to set up and control your opponent in the reverse de la riva position and set up the knee push sweep. He explains that the reverse de la riva is a good position that can be used to counter the knee cross pass.