Masakazu Imanari Leg Locks 12 - Submission Series from Half Guard

Masakazu Imanari Leg Locks 12 - Submission Series from Half Guard

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Masakazu shows a string of submissions starting from the half guard. After using his underhook to bump his opponent forward, escapes out the back to start attacking the legs. He strings together many submissions, including leg locks, neck crank and a shoulder lock.


Xande's Omoplata Series 15 - Omoplata from Half Guard Pressure

Xande's Omoplata Series 15 - Omoplata from Half Guard Pressure

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Xande is in his half guard with his frames on the neck and the outside arm, and his opponent has the underhook and is putting pressure on him. Xande escapes his hips enough to bring both his knees up to his chest, and then pinches his opponent's arm with his legs before extending them. Now he has the space to throw his leg over the shoulder to catch the omoplata.

Xande's Omoplata Series 14 - Omoplata from Knee Shield Half Guard

Xande's Omoplata Series 14 - Omoplata from Knee Shield Half Guard

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Xande is playing half guard, and his opponent has the underhook on him, so his first move is to escape his hips and place the knee shield inside. Next he frames his forearm against the neck, and brings his bottom leg out to place his foot on the hip. Now he removes the knee shield, and brings the knee above his elbow to trap his opponent's arm. As soon as his thigh touches the arm, he extends his body so he can throw his leg over the shoulder to catch the omoplata.

Inside The University 253 - Lapel Choke from Half Guard on Bottom

Inside The University 253 - Lapel Choke from Half Guard on Bottom

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Xande introduces Alex Taveira, a Jiu-Jitsu Black Belt born with a handicapped leg, to show that Jiu-Jitsu has no limits and can be practiced by anyone. Alex shows a favorite choke of his from the half guard. First he opens the lapel and feeds it to his other hand behind his opponent's back. He switches his grip and goes for the lapel choke but his opponent defends with his arm. Alex pulls the opponent's arm across his body, pulls his opponent down and sits up with his abs to finish the choke.

Luiz Panza Foot Locks and 50/50 Guard 10 - Triangle Choke from Over-Under Half Guard

Luiz Panza Foot Locks and 50/50 Guard 10 - Triangle Choke from Over-Under Half Guard

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Luiz is in his half guard and his opponent is trying to pass with the over-under grip. First Luiz makes a grip on his opponent's sleeve and blocks his shoulder with his elbow. He turns his belly toward the mat, bringing his hips up and creating space for him to pull his leg out and lock the triangle, where he can finish the choke.

King of Anacondas with Milton Vieira 6 - Anaconda Choke from Knee Shield against Forced Half Guard

King of Anacondas with Milton Vieira 6 - Anaconda Choke from Knee Shield against Forced Half Guard

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Milton shows a way to set up the choke as your opponent attempts to transition into your half guard. Often times your opponent may choose to try to force the half guard after trying to pass your knee shield. There is an opportunity to set up the anaconda choke right as they transition to force the half.

Gordo the Creator of Half Guard 5 - Kimura from the Half Guard

Gordo the Creator of Half Guard 5 - Kimura from the Half Guard

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You can catch the kimura from the half guard position but it's important to attack the arm with a strong hip bump to make the submission harder to defend. Going light on the hip bump will allow your opponent to pull their arm out before you can finish the submission.

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