Xande's Modern Guard Killer 2 - Late Berimbolo Counter Reberimbolo to Back Take

Xande's Modern Guard Killer 2 - Late Berimbolo Counter Reberimbolo to Back Take

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Xande teaches a late counter to the late berimbolo using your opponent's attempt to spin underneath you to take their back instead. The reberimbolo requires anticipation of your opponent's movements, understanding of the berimbolo roll, and practice to be able to execute it against them successfully.


White Belt University 4.7 Classic Guard Sweeps - Scissor Sweep

White Belt University 4.7 Classic Guard Sweeps - Scissor Sweep

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The classic guard goes well in combination with the closed guard. If you are having trouble in the closed guard, you can open your guard and set up the classic guard to attack with different sweeps. The scissor sweep is a staple from this position and although it is a basic sweep, it is highly effective even in the highest levels of jiu jitsu.

White Belt University 4.8 Classic Guard Sweeps - De la Riva Hook Sweep or Arm Drag

White Belt University 4.8 Classic Guard Sweeps - De la Riva Hook Sweep or Arm Drag

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When setting up the classic guard, your opponent may raise their knee to defend against the scissor sweep. In this case, transition into the de la riva hook sweep or the arm drag to continue your attack.

White Belt University 4.9 Cross Grip or 2-on-1 Guard - Arm Drag, Scissor, and De la Riva Hook Sweep

White Belt University 4.9 Cross Grip or 2-on-1 Guard - Arm Drag, Scissor, and De la Riva Hook Sweep

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The cross grip guard or 2 on 1 guard has very similar attacks as the classic guard. The different between the two guards is a difference in how you are gripping your opponent's gi. The classic guard has one grip in your opponent's cross collar and one grip on the same side sleeve. The cross grip guard is when you grip your opponent's cross sleeve while the 2 on 1 guard is when you have your opponent's cross sleeve and use the same side hand to grip their gi near the armpit to reinforce the cross grip. The arm drag, scissor sweep, and de la riva hook combinations from the 2 on 1 or cross grip guard are very similar to their classic guard variations.

Inside the University 37 - Half Spider Guard Setup into X Guard, Curu Curu, or Single Leg

Inside the University 37 - Half Spider Guard Setup into X Guard, Curu Curu, or Single Leg

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The half spider guard is mostly a transitional position as there aren't any direct sweeps from the half spider position itself. We can use the half spider guard to transition from spider guard into x guard, curu curu guard, or a single leg to finish with a sweep. The position has become more popular in the modern competition scene with people like Leandro Lo using it effectively in competitions against the best in the world. Check out the Leandro Lo seminar in the curriculum section for more half spider guard transitions to sweeps.

Inside the University 36 - Reverse De la Riva to Z Guard Knee Push Sweep

Inside the University 36 - Reverse De la Riva to Z Guard Knee Push Sweep

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Xande teaches how to use the reverse de la riva hook to set up the Z guard knee push sweep. He talks about how he began using the reverse de la riva position to counter the opponent's knee cross pass and also that he used this sweep to win his first world black belt world championship gold medal.

Inside the University 35 - Situp Guard Rollover Sweep, Helicopter Sweep, Inside Spin Sweep

Inside the University 35 - Situp Guard Rollover Sweep, Helicopter Sweep, Inside Spin Sweep

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Xande teaches how to transition from the de la riva guard into the sit up guard and finish with three different sweeps. In this lesson we learn the situp guard rollover sweep, the situp guard helicopter sweep, and situp guard inside spin sweep.

Jeff Glover Deep Half and Sneaky Subs 11 - Establishing Deep Half from Mount or Half Guard

Jeff Glover Deep Half and Sneaky Subs 11 - Establishing Deep Half from Mount or Half Guard

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Jeff Glover teaches how to transition into the deep half guard from underneath the mount or half guard. We learn how to recover the half guard or quarter guard from the mount and then swing our head in underneath our opponent to establish the deep half rather than shrimping out to establish the traditional half guard.

Jeff Glover Deep Half and Sneaky Subs 10 - Establishing Deep Half Guard Against Mount Attempt

Jeff Glover Deep Half and Sneaky Subs 10 - Establishing Deep Half Guard Against Mount Attempt

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Jeff Glover teaches how to establish the deep half guard when your opponent attempts to transition to the mount from side control. You can often catch either one of your opponent's legs during the transition to establish the deep half.

Jeff Glover Deep Half and Sneaky Subs 9 - Deep Half Counter Sweep Against the Negative Side Pass

Jeff Glover Deep Half and Sneaky Subs 9 - Deep Half Counter Sweep Against the Negative Side Pass

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Jeff Glover teaches a counter sweep from the deep half guard when your opponent tries to stuff your head to go for the negative side pass. In this sweep, we anticipate our opponent's attempt to neutralize the deep half guard and use the lapel grip to control and elevate their leg to achieve the sweep.

Jeff Glover Deep Half and Sneaky Subs 8 - Deep Half to Front Side Sweep and Double Under Pass

Jeff Glover Deep Half and Sneaky Subs 8 - Deep Half to Front Side Sweep and Double Under Pass

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Jeff Glover teaches the front side sweep from the deep half guard with a transition right into the double under pass. This sweep goes in combination with the deep half back side sweep. If your opponent defends against the back side sweep, immediately switch for the front side sweep and vice versa to continuously attack the sweep.

Jeff Glover Deep Half and Sneaky Subs 7 - Deep Half to Back Side Sweep or Back Take

Jeff Glover Deep Half and Sneaky Subs 7 - Deep Half to Back Side Sweep or Back Take

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Jeff breaks down in more detail on how to use your backside hook in the Deep Half guard to elevate your opponent's leg to create the necessary space to spin out from under your opponent to attack the back or finish with a sweep. Using this sweep in combination with the front side homer simpson sweep will help overwhelm your opponent's defense and achieve a successful sweep.