Nathiely de Jesus Series 3 - Arm Drag to Collar Choke from Closed Guard

Nathiely de Jesus Series 3 - Arm Drag to Collar Choke from Closed Guard

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From the closed guard, Nathiely controls her opponent's sleeve with a cross grip, and drags the arm across her body as she brings her own legs to her body. Next she reaches over the back to grab the armpit, and opens her guard to escape a little to the side before closing her guard again. From here she reaches across the neck to grab the collar, and releases the sleeve grip to swim her arm under her opponent's arm and behind her head. Now she just stretches her arms to finish the choke.


Josh Hinger Series 10 - Kimura from Inverted Triangle

Josh Hinger Series 10 - Kimura from Inverted Triangle

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Starting from side control, Josh sets up his Kimura and falls to the inverted triangle again, but he cannot finish any of the previous submissions he's shown. With his Kimura grip locked, he curls his legs and pinches his knees, and rolls back up to his knees. Josh still has the head and arm trapped in his legs. Now to finish the Kimura, he keeps the arm tight to his chest, pulls it away from his opponent's body, and then up and over the hip til his opponent taps.

Josh Hinger Series 9 - Wrist Lock from Inverted Triangle

Josh Hinger Series 9 - Wrist Lock from Inverted Triangle

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Josh has his inverted triangle set up, but his opponent is defending by opening his far elbow and keeping his arm out of reach. Since he already has a Kimura grip on the near arm, Josh drops his elbow to the mat and slides his hand up from the wrist to the hand. Here he can pressure the forearm to his chest with his own forearm, and push down on the hand to submit with the wrist lock.

Josh Hinger Series 8 - Shoulder Lock from Inverted Triangle

Josh Hinger Series 8 - Shoulder Lock from Inverted Triangle

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Josh has set up his inverted triangle as he did before, but now his opponent is not tapping to the choke, so he looks for another attack. He makes a Kimura grip on his opponent's wrist, and with some help from his leg by opening his knee, he breaks his opponent's hands apart. He keeps the arm hugged to his body with his bottom arm, and his other hand grabs the wrist of the arm trapped in his legs. Now he can simply push the hand down to the chest, and slide it down his thigh to submit with the shoulder lock.

Josh Hinger Series 7 - Inverted Triangle from Side Control

Josh Hinger Series 7 - Inverted Triangle from Side Control

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From side control, Josh cups his opponent's shoulder, pulls him on his side and steps over the head as if he was going for the basic Kimura attack from here. He makes his Kimura grips, but his opponent has locked his hands and is defending too strong. Josh grabs the other arm at the elbow, places his back knee on the mat and drops to his side. From here, he kicks both his legs straight out and locks a triangle with his legs the best that he can. To finish the choke, he curls his hamstrings back, pinches his knees together and pulls the elbow.

Inside the University 371 - Turning Belly Down

Inside the University 371 - Turning Belly Down

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After emphasizing the importance of timing, and turning before your opponent gets to your side, Saulo now shows how to react when your opponent grabs your pants and prevents you from replacing guard. Already on his side, he takes several small steps away from his opponent, and creates the space to bring his leg underneath and turn belly down. From here he can press forward or sit back and replace guard.

Inside the University 370 - Preventing the Guard Pass

Inside the University 370 - Preventing the Guard Pass

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Saulo's opponent has just passed his guard and is looking to establish side control. Saulo immediately turns on his side to face him, with his arms tucked in, using his shoulder as a barrier. He bridges with his shoulder pushing his opponent away, and creates space to either bring his bottom leg back and turn belly down, bring his leg back in and recover the guard, or sit up and push forward.

Leticia Ribeiro Series 10 - Side Control Escape to Guillotine

Leticia Ribeiro Series 10 - Side Control Escape to Guillotine

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From the bottom in side control, Leticia places one forearm across her opponent's neck and the other across her hips. She bridges and escapes her hips, before moving her top elbow under the armpit and her other hand inside the hip. She pushes off, using the leverage top spin out and come to the top, immediately setting up a guillotine lock, where she can try to choke or set up other attacks.

Inside the University 354 - Three Micro Movements to Replace Guard

Inside the University 354 - Three Micro Movements to Replace Guard

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Saulo breaks down the three main points of the previously shown escape when your opponent is on your side. First, his top arm stays attached to his body, and his elbow and shoulder make his shield. Second, he rolls onto his bottom elbow to sit up, rather than trying to move his arm out to make a post. Finally, he pushes off both feet to escape his hips, and then turns back to face his opponent.

Inside the University 353 - Replacing Guard after Opponent has Passed Your Legs

Inside the University 353 - Replacing Guard after Opponent has Passed Your Legs

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Saulo teaches some basic defense and guard replacement when his opponent is past his legs and looking to establish side control. His first step is to turn his hips away and frame against his opponent's biceps. He pushes off to create distance, scooting away with help from his forearm posted on the mat, and turns his hips back the other way to replace the guard.

Inside the University 352 - Takedown to Armbar

Inside the University 352 - Takedown to Armbar

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Victor Hugo , World Champion in the Purple Belt Ultra Heavyweight Division and Silver Medalist in the Open Class Division, shows a takedown to submission he used in the 2017 World Championships. First Victor makes a grip on the back of his opponent's gi and the sleeve, and then he sweeps the foot, taking him down. He passes to knee on belly right away with the X-pass and his opponent turns his back, trying to roll away. Victor grabs the arm and traps it against his body, gripping his own collar. He steps his leg over the head, and sits back to finish the armbar.

Bruno Malfacine Sequential Drilling 6 - Back Take from Side Control

Bruno Malfacine Sequential Drilling 6 - Back Take from Side Control

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Bruno's opponent turns away from him in an effort to escape side control, so Bruno immediately grabs the collar and controls the body with his elbow. He pulls down and then lets his opponent turn, chasing his back and feeding the bottom hook under the leg as he rolls. Now he pulls his opponent back on his side, makes the seat belt grip and gets his second hook.