Masakazu Imanari Leg Locks 9 - Foot Lock Escape to Armbar

Masakazu Imanari Leg Locks 9 - Foot Lock Escape to Armbar

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Masakazu's opponent is attacking a foot lock, so his first line of action is to push down his opponent's outside leg and scoot over it. Now he throws his free leg over his opponent, placing his shin behind the head. From here he can grab the arm and roll into an armbar to finish his opponent.


Xande's Competition Year In Review 1 - Omoplata Defense (AJ Sousa)

Xande's Competition Year In Review 1 - Omoplata Defense (AJ Sousa)

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In this series, Xande discusses some of the positions and strategies he used during competition this year, including the BJJ Library Challenge, World Championship, Metamoris and ADCC. First he shows the omoplata defense he used against AJ Sousa during the BJJ Library Challenge. As soon as he feels the leg coming over for the omoplata, he immediately brings his knee close to his opponent's body and jumps over the head. Next he brings his free arm over the body to control the head and kill the omoplata.

Inside the University 184 - Armbar Escape

Inside the University 184 - Armbar Escape

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In this video Sensei Saulo teaches the class how to escape an Arm Bar attempt by you opponent from the closed guard position.

Paulo Strauch Lessons with a Red Belt 4 - Countering the Kimura from Closed Guard with Transition to Back Take

Paulo Strauch Lessons with a Red Belt 4 - Countering the Kimura from Closed Guard with Transition to Back Take

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Paulo covers a way to counter the closed guard kimura with a transition to your opponent's back. The key to the position is to recognize that your opponent will have to eventually open their legs to attack the kimura. At this time, we position ourselves to pin the leg and make our advance to the opponent's back.

Baret Yoshida Series 12 - Triangle Choke Escape

Baret Yoshida Series 12 - Triangle Choke Escape

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After showing us a wide array of choke to use against your opponent, Baret finishes his choke seminar with a Triangle Choke escape. Knowing how to escape a choke attempt by an opponent is valuable information to know from both the offensive and defensive perspective.

Baret Yoshida Series 11 - Kimura Lock Defense

Baret Yoshida Series 11 - Kimura Lock Defense

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In this video Baret shows us a very effective defense for when your opponent attempts a Kimura Lock by placing the free arm on the inside of your opponents arm to use is as leverage to pull out the arm your opponent is trying to lock up.

Eduardo Telles Turtle Guard Series 1 - Americana Bridge Counter to the Back

Eduardo Telles Turtle Guard Series 1 - Americana Bridge Counter to the Back

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Eduardo Telles is a black belt no gi world champion and is well known for his famous turtle guard. In this series he will share a few of his favorite techniques and begins with a lesson on how to counter the americana submission by bridging towards your opponent to end up behind them.

King of Anacondas with Milton Vieira 9 - Armbar against Anaconda Choke Attempt

King of Anacondas with Milton Vieira 9 - Armbar against Anaconda Choke Attempt

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Milton shows a way to your opponent's anaconda choke attempt with a slick armbar. We learn how to step out to create the proper space to roll into the armbar submission.

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 78 - Classic Straight Ankle Footlock Defense and Footlock Defense to Omoplata

Inside the University 78 - Classic Straight Ankle Footlock Defense and Footlock Defense to Omoplata

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Saulo teaches the classic straight ankle footlock defense and the footlock to omoplata transition. We learn that this footlock defense should be a near automatic reaction. By pivoting our feet to the outside, we're able to free our leg from any threat before your opponent is able to settle in for the straight ankle foot lock submission.

White Belt University 3.5 - Classic Submission Escapes from the Triangle, Armbar, and Guillotine

White Belt University 3.5 - Classic Submission Escapes from the Triangle, Armbar, and Guillotine

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Saulo teaches how to position ourselves to make an escape from three common submissions in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. Saulo teaches what not to do when you are being threatened by these submissions then shows how to escape from the Triangle, Armbar, and Guillotine.

JJU 14-0 to 14-1 Kimura Escape from Half Guard to Armbar

JJU 14-0 to 14-1 Kimura Escape from Half Guard to Armbar

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Saulo explains how to escape the Kimura from half guard and follow up the escape with an armbar of your own if your opponent holds onto the keylock after you have passed their half guard. Good posture is very important in this escape because if your opponent breaks your posture they are much more likely to submit or sweep you from this position.

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