Inside the University 865 - 2 on 1 Sleeve Sweep to Triangle

Inside the University 865 - 2 on 1 Sleeve Sweep to Triangle

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This time when Victor uses the 2 on 1 grip to drag the arm across and go for the sweep, his opponent resists and fights to get back to the top. Victor allows his opponent to come back to the top position, but pulls his leg out and throws it over the shoulder to lock a triangle as his opponent is coming back up.


Inside the University 864 - 2 on 1 Sleeve Control Sweep to Mount

Inside the University 864 - 2 on 1 Sleeve Control Sweep to Mount

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Victor gets his 2 on 1 sleeve control and escapes his hips a bit to bring his leg into the armpit, as if he was going for an armbar. In this case, it's too difficult to hit the armbar, so he hits hard with his leg to sweep and comes on top to mount.

Inside the University 860 - Arm Drag Sweep to Mount

Inside the University 860 - Arm Drag Sweep to Mount

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Alex drags the arm and shifts his hips to get to the side closed guard, but this time his opponent drives his weight into him, trying to prevent the back take. Alex reaches to grab the pants at the knee, pulls it to him and sweeps in the direction his opponent is pushing, ending up in the mount.

Inside the University 859 - Closed Guard Arm Drag to the Back

Inside the University 859 - Closed Guard Arm Drag to the Back

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Now when Professor Alex does his arm drag from the closed guard, he looks to climb onto the back. After dragging the arm, he adjusts himself to a side closed guard. From here he posts on his elbow and climbs his way to the back, where he looks to sink in both hooks and secure back control.

Inside the University 852 - Closed Guard Leg Wrap Sweep

Inside the University 852 - Closed Guard Leg Wrap Sweep

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This time when Professor Rene's opponent stands up, Rene is late to get his hips high enough to do the kosoto gari. Instead, he drops down and closes his legs around his opponent's knees. Here he likes to get a cross sleeve grip, squeeze his legs and bring his knees to him, then extend and drag the sleeve to sweep his opponent.

Inside the University 851 - Kosoto Gari Sweep from Closed Guard

Inside the University 851 - Kosoto Gari Sweep from Closed Guard

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Now Rene's opponent stands up inside his closed guard, so Rene does a sit up to keep his body close and reaches one arm behind the back, while his other hand grabs the sleeve. He drops his legs so the same side leg as the arm on the back goes behind the leg. The other plants behind him and helps him drive forward to take his opponent down backward.

Inside the University 847 - Balloon Sweep Review and Drill

Inside the University 847 - Balloon Sweep Review and Drill

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Professor Rene begins class with a quick review of material he previously covered, starting with the balloon sweep. He shows how to set up his foot on the hips guard, and incorporates a drill to practice getting your hips under your opponent and lifting him off the ground.

Inside the University 445 - Communication is Key

Inside the University 445 - Communication is Key

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While watching some young students perform the previous technique, a nice lesson is learned by the young men. Same as in life, communication is key in the pursuit of learning Jiu-Jitsu. Training partners must communicate ideas and correct each other whenever possible to develop the most efficiently. Also, one must never be afraid to make mistakes, but rather be encouraged to learn from his mistakes. Too often the mental aspect of learning Jiu-Jitsu is put to the side in order to focus on the physical. However, a practitioner must always remember to use both.

Inside the University 444 - Collar Drag Set Up from Closed Guard

Inside the University 444 - Collar Drag Set Up from Closed Guard

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From the closed guard, Saulo first makes a deep cross collar grip, and his other hand grips the same side sleeve. He plants his feet on the mat and turns to his side, just with his knee shield across the belly, same as before. From here, he can place his feet on the hips and scoot his way to classic collar and sleeve guard. Now he has the option of pushing off the hips to raise his own hips, and drag the collar to the side as he escapes to the opposite side, putting himself in position to attack his opponent's back.

Inside the University 403 - Pendulum Sweep to Armbar

Inside the University 403 - Pendulum Sweep to Armbar

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Again from the closed guard, Victor drags his opponent's arm across and escapes his hips, looking to climb to the back. But this time his opponent drives his weight back into him, so Victor swivels his hips and underhooks the near leg. Now he opens his leg wide and swings like a pendulum to sweep to the mount. Since the arm is across the body, it's easy for Victor to switch to S-mount right away and go for the armbar.

Xande's ADCC 2017 Review 6 - Flower and Pendulum Sweeps from Closed Guard (Xande VS Rustam Chsiev Part 3)

Xande's ADCC 2017 Review 6 - Flower and Pendulum Sweeps from Closed Guard (Xande VS Rustam Chsiev Part 3)

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From closed guard, Xande has already dragged the arm across, is reaching over the back gripping the armpit and is working to get his side angle back control. His opponent is defending by pushing back and squaring up to him, so Xande plants his top leg on the mat and kicks his bottom leg, using his opponent's momentum to flower sweep him and come to the mount. For another variation, if his opponent posts his foot on the mat while squaring up, Xande underhooks the leg and swings his top leg rather than planting it to hit the pendulum sweep instead.

Xande's ADCC 2017 Review 4 - Climbing to the Back from Closed Guard (Xande VS Rustam Chsiev Part 1)

Xande's ADCC 2017 Review 4 - Climbing to the Back from Closed Guard (Xande VS Rustam Chsiev Part 1)

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Now analyzing his fight with Rustam Chsiev, Xande was again playing the closed guard, and after some threats to the arm, Rustam kept his elbows in tight on Xande's body. Xande pushed the elbow across, pulled down the head, and escaped his hips to create his angle. Staying tight, he reaches over the back and posts on his elbow so he can keep climbing. Using his top leg for leverage, he pushes off the back and brings his hips on top, where he can establish back control.