Eduardo Jamelão Conceição Series 2 - Seoi Nage

Eduardo Jamelão Conceição Series 2 - Seoi Nage

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From the onset of the fight, Eduardo always looks to control the sleeve grip first, and then make the cross collar grip. For this throw, he exposes his back to his opponent, causing him to run around to attack the back. This opens the angle for Eduardo to drop to his knees and throw his opponent with a seoi nage.


Inside the University 600 - Kata Guruma / Fireman's Carry Drill

Inside the University 600 - Kata Guruma / Fireman's Carry Drill

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Walking backward with the collar and triceps grip, when his opponent is stepping forward with the same side leg as the collar grip, Xande pulls the collar down as he squats and throws his other arm under the legs. In the second variation of the drill, Xande drops to his knees while pulling the collar, and dumps his opponent over his shoulder.

Inside the University 599 - Walking Forward Seoi Nage Drill

Inside the University 599 - Walking Forward Seoi Nage Drill

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Applying the same grips and walking pattern as the previous seoi nage drill walking backward, Xande now takes his partner and walks forward. This time, as he plants his pivot foot, he also shoves his opponent back, causing his opponent to react by pushing back. This is the time Xande uses the reaction to pivot into the throw.

Inside the University 598 - Walking Backward Seoi Nage Drill

Inside the University 598 - Walking Backward Seoi Nage Drill

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Using a traditional collar or elbow grip, Xande walks backward with his partner, timing their steps together. To set up the throw, he steps his pivot foot, in this case his right foot, back a little behind his left foot. Xande takes one more step back with his left foot, while his opponent steps forward with his right foot. At the right time, Xande quickly pivots on his right foot and spins has back to his opponent, trapping the arm underneath and picking him with his hips. This drill is to be repeated while walking in line.

Dennis Hallman Series 9 - Spladle/Pretzel Counter to a Single Leg Takedown

Dennis Hallman Series 9 - Spladle/Pretzel Counter to a Single Leg Takedown

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In this position, Dennis' opponent is holding his leg, looking to take him down. Dennis immediately pushes the head to the outside, grabs the chin, and while hooking the near leg with his leg, he drops down and hooks the other leg with his arm. The momentum forces his opponent to roll and Dennis controls the spladle position from his back, and he can finish the pretzel by placing the leg behind his head.

Dennis Hallman Series 8 - Seat Belt Toss from Single Leg

Dennis Hallman Series 8 - Seat Belt Toss from Single Leg

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Dennis has his opponent's single leg with his left arm and his right arm is reaching around the back to grab the hip. His opponent defends by placing the whizzer, so Dennis steps in with his left leg and drives his hips forward as he tosses his opponent over his right shoulder.

Inside the University 510 - Takedown Sparring

Inside the University 510 - Takedown Sparring

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Getting ready for the World Championship, the students do some takedown sparring where the winner stays on the mat and keeps fighting.

Inside the University 505 - Setting Up Attacks after Pulling Guard

Inside the University 505 - Setting Up Attacks after Pulling Guard

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Now Saulo steps to the side and pulls guard, immediately setting up his classic guard collar and sleeve grips. He turns to his side and pinches with his knees, places his foot in the hip and posts his hand to sit himself up into an attacking position. From here he has many attacks depending on how his opponent reacts. The three he shows now are the collar drag, loop choke and butterfly sweep.

Inside the University 503 - Staying Connected and Driving Forward

Inside the University 503 - Staying Connected and Driving Forward

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Now Saulo points out the importance of staying connected to your opponent and really driving forward to move him, rather than just pushing with your arms. It is also helpful for the partner being moved to stay relaxed and almost be dead weight.

Inside the University 502 - Backing Your Opponent Down

Inside the University 502 - Backing Your Opponent Down

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To start the warm up for World Championship training, Saulo begins standing with the classic collar and sleeve grips. He makes sure not to squeeze too tight with his grips so he doesn't stiffen up, and he keeps his elbows closed so he doesn't allow his opponent to control the grip fight. Now he lowers his level into a nice base and walks forward, pushing his opponent back as he steps. When he wants to turn, he opens one elbow, and pulls down and pivot steps to turn his opponent.

Inside the University 483 - Leg Trip Takedown Drills

Inside the University 483 - Leg Trip Takedown Drills

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Now Rene shows a couple leg trip takedown drills, similar to the kouchi gari and ouchi gari. First is when he and his partner are both standing with the right leg forward. Rene lowers his level and steps in with his right leg hooking behind his opponent's right leg, similar to the kouchi gari, and drives him to the mat. On the second drill, he is standing with left leg forward, so he steps in with his left and hooks his opponent's right leg, similar to the ouchi gari, and drives him to the mat.

Inside the University 482 - Double Leg Takedown Drills

Inside the University 482 - Double Leg Takedown Drills

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To begin class, Professor Rene shows some different double leg takedown drills. First he makes his classic collar and triceps grips on the gi, opens his arms and pulls his opponent to him as he lowers his level, steps his leg in between the legs and grabs behind the knees. In the next drill, his opponent has one leg forward, so Rene steps outside the lead leg, lowers his level so his shoulder is the hip, grabs behind the knees and drives his opponent to the mat.