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.

Bruno Malfacine Sequential Drilling 5 - Side Control Transition Stepping Over Head

Bruno Malfacine Sequential Drilling 5 - Side Control Transition Stepping Over Head

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Bruno's opponent shrimps again trying to escape side control, and Bruno keeps his hand controlling the hip. He steps his foot over the head, and as he drops his knee behind the back, his other knee comes up. Keeping the hips trapped with his elbow, Bruno back steps as he swims his other arm inside his opponent's arm to get the cross face and establish side control.

Bruno Malfacine Sequential Drilling 4 - Side Control Jumping Transition

Bruno Malfacine Sequential Drilling 4 - Side Control Jumping Transition

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From side control, Bruno's opponent shrimps, so Bruno bases with his near knee up and he pushes his opponent's top knee down, trapping the bottom leg with it. He puts his weight in his arms and jumps over the legs to the other side. His knee goes under his opponent's legs and he pulls him flat on his back before getting the cross face and securing side control.

Masakazu Imanari Leg Locks 14 - Anaconda Choke from Side Control

Masakazu Imanari Leg Locks 14 - Anaconda Choke from Side Control

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From side control, Masakazu places his elbow on the mat, in the far armpit of his opponent, and turns his hips up to the ceiling. He slides his hips up the body, bringing his opponent's arm up as well. His far arm comes underneath the head, and he grabs his biceps at his opponent's armpit, trapping the arm inside with the neck. He makes a grip like a rear naked choke, and squeezes to finish the choke.

Masakazu Imanari Leg Locks 6 - Takedown to Kneebar

Masakazu Imanari Leg Locks 6 - Takedown to Kneebar

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From standing, Masakazu shoots on his opponent and takes him with one arm pushing at his stomach and the other pushing the back of the knee. He lands in side control and immediately scoots his hips up under his opponent's armpit. He slides his shin to his opponent's hip, and pinches the leg between his own leg. He controls the foot and turns away to finish the kneebar.

Inside the University 340 - Collar Choke Set Up from Side Control

Inside the University 340 - Collar Choke Set Up from Side Control

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From side control, Xande's opponent tries to escape by pushing his chest and turning his back to Xande. Xande immediately makes the seat belt grip, and gets on his opponent's back. Keeping his chest tight on the back, Xande uses his toes to push himself up onto his elbow. Here, he works to get a deep collar grip, and then sits back, feeding his other arm behind the neck to finish the choke.

Dominyka Obeylenyte Series 13 - Bow and Arrow Choke from Side Control

Dominyka Obeylenyte Series 13 - Bow and Arrow Choke from Side Control

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Dominyka sets up the choke she showed in the last technique, but now her opponent defends by protecting her neck with her free hand. Dominyka grabs the wrist, and uses her chest to help push her opponent onto her side. Keeping the grip on the wrist, she circles her arm behind the head, and drives her weight forward so her opponent is almost on her chest. Now Dominyka lets go of the wrist and grabs the lapel. She throws her leg over her opponent's body and underhooks the top leg, before sitting back aggressively for a bow and arrow choke.

Dominyka Obeylenyte Series 12 - Paper Cutter Choke from Kimura Setup

Dominyka Obeylenyte Series 12 - Paper Cutter Choke from Kimura Setup

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Dominyka has set up a kimura from north-south, as shown in before, but her opponent is defending by grabbing her own belt. Dominyka uses her hand that is grabbing her own wrist, to grab her opponent's wrist, as she pulls the lapel out and wraps it over the wrist and grips it, securing the arm in place. Now she moves to side control, and her free hand grips deep in the far lapel so she can drop her elbow to the mat and finish the choke.

Dominyka Obeylenyte Series 11 - Kimura from North-South

Dominyka Obeylenyte Series 11 - Kimura from North-South

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From north-south on top, Dominyka uses her elbow to slide her opponent's arm up, and then pins it with her knee on the biceps. She swims her hand under the other arm, and uses her shoulder to drive the arm onto her opponent's stomach, then uses her head to trap it. Next, she makes her kimura grips on the wrist, turns her opponent onto her side, and steps her leg up behind the back to keep her there. Now she can lift the arm up and finish the kimura.