Victor Hugo No Gi Worlds 2019 Series 1 - Muscle Sweep to Triangle Choke

Victor Hugo No Gi Worlds 2019 Series 1 - Muscle Sweep to Triangle Choke

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In this series, Victor Hugo goes over some of the techniques he used on the way to become Absolute Champion at the 2019 No Gi Worlds. First is a submission from the closed guard. When his opponent stands up, he wraps the leg and goes for the muscle sweep, but his opponent does not accept the sweep and tries to get back up. Victor now uses the space to pull his leg out and throw it over the shoulder to lock a triangle choke.


Josh Hinger Guillotine Seminar Trailer

Josh Hinger Guillotine Seminar Trailer

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If you haven't already, make sure you go back and check out Josh Hinger's guillotine seminar at the University. Learn the ins and outs of finishing a killer guillotine from a 3X No Gi World Champion.

Inside the University 861 - Closed Guard Arm Drag to Armbar

Inside the University 861 - Closed Guard Arm Drag to Armbar

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This time when Alex drags the arm across, his opponent steps his leg up on the side his arm was dragged from. Alex steps on the hip and locks his legs, trapping the arm. From here, depending on how his opponent reacts, Alex can finish a straight armbar, Americana or wrist lock.

Josh Hinger Guillotine Series 1 - Introduction to the Arm-In Guillotine

Josh Hinger Guillotine Series 1 - Introduction to the Arm-In Guillotine

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Special guest instructor and 3X No Gi World Champion, Josh Hinger, starts his seminar with some basic concepts of setting up and finishing an arm-in guillotine. He breaks down how sets his grips, where he finds his leverage and how he tightens everything up in the closed guard to finish the choke.

Inside the University 849 - Helicopter Armbar

Inside the University 849 - Helicopter Armbar

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First Rene shows some details to polish up the armbar from the chair sweep, and then goes into a quick review of the helicopter armbar, which he uses when the first two options are not available.

Inside the University 848 - Chair Sweep to Armbar

Inside the University 848 - Chair Sweep to Armbar

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Now for a quick review of the chair sweep to armbar, Rene gets to the foot on the hips guard, and his opponent is sitting back with good posture, preventing the balloon sweep. Rene pulls his hips in closer, grabs both heels and knocks his opponent down backwards. Here he comes to the top and immediately looks to get the armbar.

Inside the University 815 - Guard Submission Transition Drill

Inside the University 815 - Guard Submission Transition Drill

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To start of his last class at the University, Professor Tyrone shows a drill from the guard to practice transitioning between submissions. In the first drill, he shows how he combines an armbar, omoplata and triangle.

Victor Hugo 2019 World Championship Series 5 - Triangle Setup from Closed Guard

Victor Hugo 2019 World Championship Series 5 - Triangle Setup from Closed Guard

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From the closed guard, Victor control his opponent's triceps and makes a grip on the opposite side pants. He opens his guard and bumps toward the triceps grip, knocking his opponent to the side and forcing him to base. When his opponent pushes back to maintain his base, Victor throws his leg over the shoulder and sets up his triangle.

Aaron 'Tex' Johnson Leg Locks 3 - Heel Hook from Closed Guard

Aaron 'Tex' Johnson Leg Locks 3 - Heel Hook from Closed Guard

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Using the same inverting spin from the closed guard, Tex grabs the foot and locks down his heel hook control with his arm. His outside leg goes across and he steps his feet on the far leg to prevent his opponent from turning to escape. Again, it's key that he pinches his legs together as he cranks the heel to finish the submission.

Aaron 'Tex' Johnson Leg Locks 1 - Kneebar from Closed Guard

Aaron 'Tex' Johnson Leg Locks 1 - Kneebar from Closed Guard

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In this series, Aaron 'Tex' Johnson, 3X No Gi Pan Champion who has recent victories over Jackson Souza and Felipe Pena, shares some of his favorite leg locks. First off is a kneebar set up from the closed guard, where he inverts to get underneath his opponent and push him away with his feet. With the leg hugged to his chest, he figure four locks his legs around the leg and applies pressure to finish the kneebar.

Inside the University 761 - Finishing the Triangle when Opponent Hides His Arm

Inside the University 761 - Finishing the Triangle when Opponent Hides His Arm

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Now Rene begins already biting down on his triangle, and his opponent hides his arm to the side of the leg. Rene shows how he drags the arm across using a Kimura like hold, and then shows the details to lock the triangle tight and finish.

Inside the University 760 - Securing a Tight Triangle

Inside the University 760 - Securing a Tight Triangle

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Having set up his triangle with the arm across the neck now, and grabbing his shin for the safety lock, Rene goes over all his smaller details of adjusting and tightening the choke. One major key to tightening the choke is to keep your feet flexed at all times.