Xande's ADCC 2017 Review 1 - Breaking and Controlling Posture (Xande VS John Salter Part 1)

Xande's ADCC 2017 Review 1 - Breaking and Controlling Posture (Xande VS John Salter Part 1)

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Starting off with his first fight against John Salter, Xande shows the basic principles he used in breaking the posture and maintaining control of his opponent. The first way is swimming, in which he swims his arms in between his opponent's, and opens them by using his forearms as he pulls with his legs. Also, he uses a lot of dragging, in which he gets wrist and elbow control, and drags the arm to his side as he climbs to get the angle on the back. Here it is important for him to maintain the head and armpit control.


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.

Inside The University 246 - Triangle Choke Defense

Inside The University 246 - Triangle Choke Defense

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Saulo discusses one of his fights at the Pan Ams, and shows how he setup a triangle on his opponent, but focuses on how his opponent should have reacted to defend. Saulo drops his level and leans back to create space, allowing him to open his opponent's legs and escape the triangle.

Breno Sivak Basics Series 9 - Breaking the Posture from the Closed Guard

Breno Sivak Basics Series 9 - Breaking the Posture from the Closed Guard

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Bruno discusses the differences between using a defensive closed guard and an offensive closed guard. He also emphasizes the importance of using your legs and entire body to keep your opponent off balance an in defense mode while inside your guard.

Breno Sivak Basics Series 2 - Taking the Back from the Closed Guard

Breno Sivak Basics Series 2 - Taking the Back from the Closed Guard

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Breno continues discussing some closed guard concepts, but now shows how to break your opponent's posture, properly escape your hips and take his back. He emphasizes the importance of practicing this position every day and notes it is especially practical for a self defense situation.

Breno Sivak Basics Series 1 - Closed Guard Concepts

Breno Sivak Basics Series 1 - Closed Guard Concepts

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Old School BJJ Professor, Breno Sivak, discusses in detail the purpose of the guard, and the importance of controlling the grips and keeping your posture while on top, as well as the importance of hip movement on the bottom.

Rafael Lovato Jr. Series 1 - Concepts on Drilling and Setting Up an Open Guard from the Closed Guard

Rafael Lovato Jr. Series 1 - Concepts on Drilling and Setting Up an Open Guard from the Closed Guard

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In this series, Rafael Lovato Jr. gives a seminar at the University of Jiu-Jitsu, and discusses his views on drilling and shows some of his favorite positions he's been using lately. He begins the seminar by showing how he likes to drill, focusing on setups rather than techniques. Here he talks about starting from the closed guard, getting his preferred grips and then setting up his preferred open guard. He leaves it up to each student to fit this drilling to his own individual game.

 Vini Aieta Basics Series 14 - Drilling Exercise to Practice Controlling the Top Position in the Guard

Vini Aieta Basics Series 14 - Drilling Exercise to Practice Controlling the Top Position in the Guard

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Vini and Xande show a drilling exercise to help you apply the principles Vini taught in video number 3 of this series, "Single Arm Post Posture and Controlling from the Top in Closed Guard". This exercise will help you improve your posture and pressure while on top in the guard.

Inside the University 83 - Proper Posture and Behavior for Closed Guard Passing on Top

Inside the University 83 - Proper Posture and Behavior for Closed Guard Passing on Top

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Xande covers some concepts on how to posture yourself when you're in your opponent's closed guard to neutralize their attacks and begin to position yourself for the pass. We learn to keep straight posture and our weight settled back. We also learn how to escape common grips that your opponents may use to break your posture.

Inside the University 71 - Defending Double Unders or Single Unders Pass

Inside the University 71 - Defending Double Unders or Single Unders Pass

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Xande teaches how to defend against the double unders or single unders pass and position yourself to sweep them off their pass attempt. In this defense we straighten our leg and turn our hips to change the weight distribution and angle of our body to make it harder to complete the double unders or single unders pass.

Inside the University 69 - Side to Side Guard Recovery Drill for the Single Under Leg Pass Defense

Inside the University 69 - Side to Side Guard Recovery Drill for the Single Under Leg Pass Defense

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Xande teaches the side to side guard recovery drill movement. This drill is great for learning the proper way to shift your hips and replace your legs to defend against the single under leg pass.

Inside the University 52 - White Belt Mentality for Growth in Jiu Jitsu and Breaking the Closed Guard

Inside the University 52 - White Belt Mentality for Growth in Jiu Jitsu and Breaking the Closed Guard

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Saulo gives a speech on the mindset that white belts should have in order to progress in jiu jitsu. We also learn the classic hip pressure closed guard break folloed up with another speech on the nature of jiu jitsu.

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