Mario Reis Guard Series 12 - Back Take from De La Riva X-Guard

Mario Reis Guard Series 12 - Back Take from De La Riva X-Guard

Add to Favorites Remove From Favorites 597 19 days ago

From the De La Riva guard, Mario is the pants and the same side collar, and his free foot is hooking behind the far knee. He circles his De La Riva hook to the inside of the leg and hooks at her hip with his knee outside her knee. He pulls and uses his hooks to bring her to the side and force her to post her hands. Now he lets go of the collar and grabs her triceps, and when she attempts to stand back up, he lifts her off the mat with his hooks. He pushes her leg away, and attacks her back, immediately getting the seat belt grip, and opens her up to place his second hook.


Mario Reis Guard Series 10 - Berimbolo to Back Take from Deep De La Riva X-Guard

Mario Reis Guard Series 10 - Berimbolo to Back Take from Deep De La Riva X-Guard

Add to Favorites 647 Remove From Favorites 21 days ago

Mario is playing open guard with his opponent standing, and her front leg is in between both of Mario's legs. While controlling the collar and ankle, he pulls her in with the help of his legs, and when she steps back, he arches on his shoulder and stretches his legs to sink the deep De Le Riva hook. His other foot goes behind the far knee to make an X-hook, and he makes a sleeve grip. Now he pulls her in and knocks her back to the mat, and rolls til he is on his other side. He grabs the pants and releases his deep De La Riva hook to set up his first back take hook. Now using his free leg, he forces his opponent to roll, exposing her back so he can get the second hook.

Rafael Lovato Sr. Series 7 - Arm Drag to the Back from Knee Shield Guard

Rafael Lovato Sr. Series 7 - Arm Drag to the Back from Knee Shield Guard

Add to Favorites 620 Remove From Favorites 59 days ago

From closed guard, Rafael gets the collar and sleeve grips, and places his knee shield with his other foot on the hip. When his opponent grabs his wrist to break the collar grip, Rafael lets go and grabs the cross sleeve grip. At the same time, he drops his knee shield foot to the knee and his other leg to the mat, before pushing the knee and pulling the arm across. Now he can sit up and attack the back.

Rafael Lovato Sr. Series 4 - Back Take and Choke to Counter the Sit Up Sweep

Rafael Lovato Sr. Series 4 - Back Take and Choke to Counter the Sit Up Sweep

Add to Favorites 554 Remove From Favorites 62 days ago

Again, Rafael's opponent goes for the sit up sweep, but this time Rafael pushes the knee with his free hand, and steps over his opponent's leg. He drops his knee down behind the back, as his other knee comes up, making his first hook. Immediately, Rafael looks to control the lapel, and folds it to get a better grip for the choke. Now he can finish with one of a few choking variations he shows.

Robson Moura Butterfly Guard 5 - Butterfly Sweep to Back Take

Robson Moura Butterfly Guard 5 - Butterfly Sweep to Back Take

Add to Favorites 888 Remove From Favorites 126 days ago

Again, Robson goes for the basic butterfly sweep, but his opponent bases, so Robson needs another option. He brings his free foot below his hook, and makes an X on his opponent's knee. He brings his underhook up as high as possible to force his opponent's posted arm past his head. Now he stretches out his legs and moves his body under his opponent's armpit, landing on the back. Here, he throws his top hook over the body, makes a grip on the lapel, and rolls through, taking the back. He brings his other leg over the shoulder to finish the choke. Note that Robson never lets go of the sleeve grip.

Eduardo Rocha's Rocha House 10 - Helicopter Sweep to the Back

Eduardo Rocha's Rocha House 10 - Helicopter Sweep to the Back

Add to Favorites 602 Remove From Favorites 150 days ago

Eduardo sets up the Rocha House with the collar grip between the legs, and his opponent is pushing him back, not letting him get close. He grabs the near sleeve that is pushing him, puts his bottom hook on the mat, and releases his collar grip to grab the ankle. He swings his leg back and rolls, inverting with his legs across the body. He continues to spin and uses his foot behind the knee to push the leg away, and rolls up in position to attack the back.

Takamasa Watanabe Series 7 - Knee Shield Guard Pass

Takamasa Watanabe Series 7 - Knee Shield Guard Pass

Add to Favorites 946 Remove From Favorites 183 days ago

With his opponent on his back playing open guard, Takamasa engages by grabbing the pants on one leg and underhooking the knee on the other. He pins the bottom leg to the mat and hugs the knee tight to his body. From here, he lets go of the knee and his arm wraps over the top and grips the bottom leg underneath, and his other hand makes a collar grip. Now he cuts his knee across the bottom shin, and works his way to the side. His collar grip now moves to a grip on the back, and he uses shoulder pressure to flatten his opponent, where he can establish side control.

Giva Santana Arm Collector Series 13 - Half Guard Sweep to Back Take

Giva Santana Arm Collector Series 13 - Half Guard Sweep to Back Take

Add to Favorites 768 Remove From Favorites 199 days ago

Giva goes for the same half guard sweep, and gets both hooks after his opponent back steps. But now when he tries to elevate, his opponent posts his hands on the mat and stops him. Instead of sweeping, Giva underhooks the arm and climbs to the back. He makes sure to get his seat belt grip first, and then the top and bottom hooks.

Lucas Leite Half Guard and Back Attacks 16 - Xande's Private Lesson with Lucas Part 2

Lucas Leite Half Guard and Back Attacks 16 - Xande's Private Lesson with Lucas Part 2

Add to Favorites 1502 Remove From Favorites 450 days ago

Xande and Lucas talk about their fight against each other in the finals of the 2015 World Championship, and show what they were trying to do and what they could have done.

Lucas Leite Half Guard and Back Attacks 9 - Sweep when Opponent Passes the Half Guard

Lucas Leite Half Guard and Back Attacks 9 - Sweep when Opponent Passes the Half Guard

Add to Favorites 2307 Remove From Favorites 458 days ago

Lucas sets up his half guard position with the underhook and the leg hooked, but now his opponent slides his knee through and is actively passing the guard. Lucas reacts by reaching between his opponent's legs and cupping the top thigh. He walks toward his opponent and bridges away, sweeping him, where he can now attack the back.

Lucas Leite Half Guard and Back Attacks 8 - Half Guard Sweep to Back Take when Opponent Has the Underhook

Lucas Leite Half Guard and Back Attacks 8 - Half Guard Sweep to Back Take when Opponent Has the Underhook

Add to Favorites 2277 Remove From Favorites 459 days ago

Lucas now shows how to sweep when he is in the half guard and his opponent has the underhook but no shoulder pressure. First Lucas steps his outside foot on top of his inside foot and brings his hips to the outside, forcing his opponent to post. Now he has the space to underhook and face the inside. He switches the hook, opens his leg and walks to the side to sweep his opponent, where he can now setup the back take as before.

Lucas Leite Half Guard and Back Attacks 7 - Countering the Negative Half Guard to Back Take

Lucas Leite Half Guard and Back Attacks 7 - Countering the Negative Half Guard to Back Take

Add to Favorites 2136 Remove From Favorites 460 days ago

Lucas now shows how he counters when his opponent tries to step back to the negative half guard. Before his opponent can establish the position, Lucas blocks him by bringing his knee to his chest. Now he pushes his opponent at the hips and armpit, and stretches with his leg to attack the back.

  • 1
  • 2
  • »
  • Videos 1 to 12 of 15