White Belt University - Two Armbar Variations from Closed Guard, the Fast Armbar and Technical Armbar

White Belt University - Two Armbar Variations from Closed Guard, the Fast Armbar and Technical Armbar

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Xande teaches two basic armbars from the closed guard, the fast armbar and the traditional technical armbar. Each armbar has its advantages and drawbacks depending on the situation.

White Belt University - Triangle from Classic Open Guard

White Belt University - Triangle from Classic Open Guard

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Xande teaches how to set up the triangle from the classic open guard. This is a great submission to add to your game at the earliest stages because you can catch your opponent with it from almost any position.

White Belt University - Arm Wrap Triangle from Closed Guard

White Belt University - Arm Wrap Triangle from Closed Guard

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Xande teaches how to set up a triangle choke from the closed guard arm wrap position. He shows a few ways to set up the arm wrap control from the closed guard and how to use the control against your opponent to attack with the triangle.

White Belt University - Classic Triangle Choke Setups from Closed Guard

White Belt University - Classic Triangle Choke Setups from Closed Guard

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Xande teaches the two classic ways to set up the triangle choke from the closed guard position.

JJU 17-15 Straight Armlock

JJU 17-15 Straight Armlock

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Xande explains how to set up the straight armlock when your opponent is attempting to pass your guard with the esgrima pass.

White Belt University 4.4 Closed Guard Submissions - 3 Triangle Variations

White Belt University 4.4 Closed Guard Submissions - 3 Triangle Variations

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Xande teaches three different ways to set up the triangle submission from the closed guard. This submission is named the triangle because of the way your legs create a trianglular shape that wraps around your opponent's arm and head. By squeezing your legs together from this position, it applies pressure to your opponent's carotid artery and cuts off the blood circulation to their brain.

White Belt University 4.3 Closed Guard Collar Chokes - Helio Gracie, Palm Up Palm down, and Arm Wrap Chokes

White Belt University 4.3 Closed Guard Collar Chokes - Helio Gracie, Palm Up Palm down, and Arm Wrap Chokes

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In this series Xande teaches how to choke your opponent from the closed guard with their own gi. We learn three variations of different collar chokes. The Helio Gracie choke is a palm up palm up choke, then we have the palm up palm down choke, and lastly the arm wrap choke in which we trap our opponent's arm before choking them with their gi.

White Belt University 4.2 Closed Guard Submissions - Kimura, Guillotine, and Armbar

White Belt University 4.2 Closed Guard Submissions - Kimura, Guillotine, and Armbar

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Xande teaches three fundamental submissions that you can use to attack your opponent from the closed guard. In this lesson, we learn how to combine the hip bump sweep from the previous lesson to attack with the kimura or guillotine. We also learn the armbar from guard, one of the most iconic submissions in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.

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