Takamasa Watanabe Series 9 - Omoplata to Armbar

Takamasa Watanabe Series 9 - Omoplata to Armbar

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Takamasa sets up the omoplata in the same way as he showed in the previous technique, and is sitting up while gripping the cross sleeve, same as before. From here, he reaches his free arm between his legs and feeds it the sleeve from the other hand. Now he posts his outside leg on the mat, and kicks his other leg across his opponent's back in an explosive motion, causing his opponent to turn on his back. This sets Takamasa up in the perfect position to attack the armbar from the mount.


Takamasa Watanabe Series 8 - Omoplata from Spider Guard

Takamasa Watanabe Series 8 - Omoplata from Spider Guard

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From the spider guard with both sleeves controlled, Takamasa lassos his opponent's arm, and then pulls the other arm to his body as he pinches the elbow with his knee and swings his leg over the head. Next, he reaches around his leg and under his opponent's arm to feed the lassoed sleeve to his other hand. He releases his lasso leg and plants it to escape his hips, settling in the omoplata position. Now he sits up and lets go of the sleeve so he can reach over the back, and finish the omoplata.

Inside The University 299 - Triangle and Omoplata from Lasso Guard

Inside The University 299 - Triangle and Omoplata from Lasso Guard

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While transitioning his lasso guard from side to side as shown in the previous drill, Gustavo drops his foot heavy in his opponent's biceps and raises his hips. His other foot plants on the hip for more leverage, and he can throw it up to lock a triangle, or throw it over the shoulder to lock an omoplata.

Luiza Monteiro Series 14 - Knee Bar from Spider Guard

Luiza Monteiro Series 14 - Knee Bar from Spider Guard

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Luiza shows a knee bar she likes to set up from the spider guard when she has one foot in the biceps and her opponent tries to pass to the opposite side. Luiza spins underneath her opponent and grabs control of the outside leg. Next she brings her knee between her opponent's legs and raises her hips off the mat to trap the leg and finish the knee bar.

Rafael Lovato Jr. Series 5 - Omoplata and X-Guard Setups from the Roleta Spider Guard Sweep

Rafael Lovato Jr. Series 5 - Omoplata and X-Guard Setups from the Roleta Spider Guard Sweep

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Rafael continues with the Roleta spider guard sweep, and discusses some different ways your opponent may try to defend the sweep. He also shows some different options you can go to, depending on how your opponent reacts, including a couple omoplatas and an X-guard setup.

BJJ Library Challenge One Contestants Series 2 - Spider Guard to Omoplata

BJJ Library Challenge One Contestants Series 2 - Spider Guard to Omoplata

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In the second installment of the BJJ Library Challenge One Contestants Series, AJ Sousa teaches how us to the Leg Lasso to improve your Spider Guard game and how submit your opponent with an Omoplata. This submission technique is a great complement to the Spider Guard Leg Lasso Drill from the previous lesson.

Mackenzie Dern Koala Guard and Favorites 5 - Spider Guard Scissor Sweep to Triangle

Mackenzie Dern Koala Guard and Favorites 5 - Spider Guard Scissor Sweep to Triangle

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Mackenzie teaches one of her favorite ways to submit her opponent. In this lesson she teaches how to use a spider guard scissor sweep to sweep your opponent or transition straight into a triangle attack if your opponent resists the sweep.

Romulo Barral Spider Guard Series 4 - Spider Guard Scissor Sweep to Triangle

Romulo Barral Spider Guard Series 4 - Spider Guard Scissor Sweep to Triangle

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Romulo teaches one of his staple sweeps to submission combinations from the spider guard. Romulo has been able to use this technique from white to black belt level championships and shares the fine details on how to transition the sweep attempt right into your next attack.

Jackson Sousa Spider Guard Sweeps 5 - Spider Guard to Triangle or Omoplata

Jackson Sousa Spider Guard Sweeps 5 - Spider Guard to Triangle or Omoplata

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Jackson teaches the triangle and omoplata as a combination attack from the spider guard.

Jackson Sousa Spider Guard Sweeps 3 - Lasso Guard to Spinning Omoplata Sweep

Jackson Sousa Spider Guard Sweeps 3 - Lasso Guard to Spinning Omoplata Sweep

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Jackson teaches a spinning omoplata sweep variation from the lasso guard. Rather than using the traditional omoplata setup with the leg nested into the armpit, we use an x guard setup on our opponent's bicep to control the arm and sweep them.

De la Riva Guard by De la Riva 9 - Shin to Shin and Half Spider to Topple Sweep or Triangle

De la Riva Guard by De la Riva 9 - Shin to Shin and Half Spider to Topple Sweep or Triangle

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Ricardo De la Riva teaches how to use the shin to shin and half spider guard when your opponent has his leg positioned in a way to make it impossible for you to establish the de la rivva hook. We use our opponents shin and our half spider grip to create leverage to topple our opponent's balance and depending on their reaction we can either finish the sweep or shoot for a triangle submission.

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.

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