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.

Dominyka Obeylenyte Series 10 - Leg Pinch Sweep from Closed Guard

Dominyka Obeylenyte Series 10 - Leg Pinch Sweep from Closed Guard

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Dominyka sets up the balloon sweep when her opponent stands up in her closed guard, but her opponent defends by stepping back and basing. Dominyka drops her legs and wraps them around her opponent's legs near the knee, and pinches them together. Now it's easy for her to choose a side and sweep her opponent.

Dominyka Obeylenyte Series 9 - Balloon Sweep from Closed Guard

Dominyka Obeylenyte Series 9 - Balloon Sweep from Closed Guard

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Dominyka is in her closed guard with both sleeves grips, and her opponent stands up. Dominyka opens her guard, pinches the waist with her shins and brings her knees together. Now she pulls her opponent forward with her legs and the sleeve grips, and when she is in the air, Dominyka pushes the sleeves and does a back roll, landing in the mount.

Dominyka Obeylenyte Series 8 - Mount Escape

Dominyka Obeylenyte Series 8 - Mount Escape

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Dominyka shows her favorite mount escape, which is especially good for people with long legs. First she bumps her opponent forward by hitting her in the butt with her knee. Then she cups both armpits and rocks her hips off the mat so she can put her feet in the armpits. Now she pushes her opponent off with her feet, and does a back roll to escape. She ends up a kind of reverse mount position, where there will be a scramble for a better position.

Dominyka Obeylenyte Series 7 - Gogoplata from Mount

Dominyka Obeylenyte Series 7 - Gogoplata from Mount

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From the mount, Dominyka uses a two on one grip on the forearm to pin her opponent's arm to the mat, and then slides her knee on top of the biceps. Next she swims her arm under her opponent's free arm, and traps it around her waist. Next, she posts her hand and picks her opponent up on to her side, and brings her leg up to trap her body. She brings her leg over the head, resting her shin across the throat and sits back on her butt. Now she drops her hips forward to put pressure on the throat and finish the choke. If her opponent is able to come to the top, Dominyka can pull the back of her head to finish.

Dominyka Obeylenyte Series 6 - Domoplata from Closed Guard

Dominyka Obeylenyte Series 6 - Domoplata from Closed Guard

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Dominyka shows a shoulder lock she calls the Domoplata. Again, she sets up the Williams guard as shown before, and with her free hand, she grabs the far wrist and pushes it away, giving her the space to bring her foot in the biceps. Next, she squares her hips to her opponent and extends the foot in the biceps, and uses her other foot to hook behind the elbow. Now she posts her free foot on the mat and bumps her hips, to sweep her opponent. She reaches for the elbow and pulls with both grips to finish the shoulder lock.

Dominyka Obeylenyte 5 - Williams Guard Omoplata Finish

Dominyka Obeylenyte 5 - Williams Guard Omoplata Finish

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Having already set up her Williams guard omoplata position, Dominyka is ready to finish. First she pushes her opponent’s head away, and extends her own body to create the space to throw her leg over the head. Next, she posts her elbow on the mat and turns her body to get her foot on the mat, so she can lift her hips and pull her bottom leg out. Now she puts both feet on the mat, switches the collar grip to her other hand, and reaches over the back to grab her opponent’s wrist and pull the arm in to the body. Now she walks her feet to the S-position and raises her hips to finish the omoplata.

Dominyka Obeylenyte Series 4 - Williams Guard Omoplata Setup

Dominyka Obeylenyte Series 4 - Williams Guard Omoplata Setup

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From the closed guard, Dominyka breaks her opponent's posture and pulls her head down into her stomach. Her other hand pulls the arm, and she hips out and kicks her leg high into the armpit, and her arm comes undereath the leg to grab the back of the collar with her four fingers in. Now her Williams guard is setup.

Dominyka Obeylenyte Series 3 - Breaking Posture in the Closed Guard

Dominyka Obeylenyte Series 3 - Breaking Posture in the Closed Guard

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One of Dominyka’s favorite positions is the closed guard, and here she focuses on breaking her opponent’s posture so she can set up her attacks. Her first method is to cup the back of her opponent’s elbows and pull in with her arms and legs. Another option is to make a two on one grip on one hand, and drag it across while escaping her hips to open up back attacks. Finally, she can grab both hands to break the grips on her belt, raise them up and push them out as she pulls her opponent in with her legs to break her posture.

Dominyka Obeylenyte Series 2 - Pulling Guard

Dominyka Obeylenyte Series 2 - Pulling Guard

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Dominyka covers the basics of pulling guard properly. Her first step is to lower her level and get in a good base. When she goes to make grips, she grabs what she can and quickly pulls her opponent hard, dragging her to the side if possible, as she goes down to the mat. Now she can start setting up whatever guard she wants to play. It's important that she acts quickly and doesn't hesitate.