Josh Hinger Series 5 - Sniper Guillotine from Back Control when Opponent Doesn't Turn

Josh Hinger Series 5 - Sniper Guillotine from Back Control when Opponent Doesn't Turn

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Josh sets up his guillotine from back control, the same as he did in the previous technique, but now his opponent resists and refuses to turn when Josh pushes his head with his elbow. Posting on his hand, Josh brings his free leg back and gets on his knee. From here, he brings his arm underneath the armpit and connects his arms and pulls up tight. He slides his knee across his opponent's thigh, and rolls to his back, keeping his opponent in his half guard, where he can finish the guillotine.


Josh Hinger Series 4 - Sniper Guillotine from Back Control

Josh Hinger Series 4 - Sniper Guillotine from Back Control

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Josh has back control with his seat belt grip, and his opponent defends by bring the top arm to the other side of his head. Now Josh posts his other hand on the mat to escape his hips and cups his thigh with the top hand. He lets his posted side hook on the mat and uses his elbow to push the head down, forcing his opponent to turn into him. Next he brings his post arm underneath to grab his wrist and make his guillotine lock. He throws his free leg over the back and finishes the choke.

Inside the University 391 - Rolling Back Take to Lapel Choke

Inside the University 391 - Rolling Back Take to Lapel Choke

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Again Victor starts on top with his opponent in turtle, but this time after he gets his seat belt grip, his opponent turns inside to face him. As his opponent start to turn, Victor jumps to the other and rolls, making a hook with his top leg and using it to bring his opponent over with him. After completing his roll, he establishes back control, and climbs up to the S-position to finish the choke, same as he did in the last technique.

Inside the University 390 - Lapel Choke from the Back

Inside the University 390 - Lapel Choke from the Back

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Victor Barreto begins on the side of his opponent, who is in the turtle position, and his first step is to make a seat belt grip. Next he brings his knee next to his opponent's leg, and pulls him back onto his side, while slipping his bottom leg underneath. Now he opens the collar to make his choking grips on the lapel. He drops down to his side to get his opponent's weight off him, and steps up, placing his top knee behind the shoulder. Here he can easily finish his choke.

Bruno Malfacine Sequential Drilling 9 - Armbar from the Back

Bruno Malfacine Sequential Drilling 9 - Armbar from the Back

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Bruno is on his opponent's back with the seat belt grip, and when he opens the collar to get his choke grip, his opponent grabs his arm and pulls it over his head. Bruno immediately grabs the wrist and then his own wrist, like a kimura grip, using his elbow to block the head. Next he brings his foot to the hip and his other leg goes across the body. Now he can throw his leg over the head and lay back to finish the armbar.

Bruno Malfacine Sequential Drilling 8 - Bow and Arrow Choke from Back

Bruno Malfacine Sequential Drilling 8 - Bow and Arrow Choke from Back

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From the back, Bruno opens the collar and slides his choking hand as deep as he can. He places his same side foot on the hip, and his free hand reaches to grab under the knee and pull the leg to him. Next, he moves his foot from the hip and throws his leg over the shoulder and closes his elbow to finish the choke. It is important that he keeps his chest tight to his opponent's body, as to not give him space to escape.

Bruno Malfacine Sequential Drilling 7 - Maintaining Back Control

Bruno Malfacine Sequential Drilling 7 - Maintaining Back Control

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Bruno has the back, and his opponent tries to escape by jumping to the other side and freeing the bottom hook. It is important that Bruno does not let him move his head to the other side of his head. Using his free foot, Bruno pushes off the mat to bridge on his shoulder and bring his knee to his elbow. From here, he can sit down and make the space to replace his second hook.

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

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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.

Inside the University 336 - Finishing the Choke

Inside the University 336 - Finishing the Choke

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Xande focuses on the proper way to position your hand when choking from the back. A common mistake is when people keep their palm facing away, rather than facing up, so they can look at their watch, as Xande says. He also shows some options using his other hand underneath his opponent's arm.

Inside the University 327 - Choke when Opponent Blocks the Mounting Leg

Inside the University 327 - Choke when Opponent Blocks the Mounting Leg

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Saulo has back control, and when his opponent tries to escape, he makes the collar grip and tries to step his leg over as he did previously. However, this time his opponent blocks his leg, so Saulo's immediate reaction is to his his foot behind the leg. Now, using his collar grip, he pulls his opponent all the way to the other side, and stays behind him. From here he can set up a clock choke or bow and arrow choke, depending on his preference and how his opponent reacts.

Inside the University 326 - Trapping the Arm while Taking the Mount

Inside the University 326 - Trapping the Arm while Taking the Mount

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Saulo breaks down a key detail about the previous position of taking the mount from the back. After grabbing the lapel and stepping his leg over the body, Saulo stresses the importance of trapping the arm between his elbow and leg, and pinching it tight to his body. By keeping control of the arm, he can neutralize any of his opponent's potential defenses.

Inside the University 325 - Mounting from Back Control and Finishing with a Choke

Inside the University 325 - Mounting from Back Control and Finishing with a Choke

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Saulo has back control, and his opponent starts to escape by laying his back on his Saulo's leg. The first thing Saulo does is reach across to make a grip on the collar, and then his top leg goes across the body with his foot finding leverage in his opponent's hip. From here, he pulls himself up to the mount, trapping his opponent's arm between his elbow and body. Next, his free hand grabs the collar across the neck, with his thumb in, and he leans forward to use his body pressure to help finish the choke.