Xande's No Gi Half Guard Passing 10 - No Arm Guillotine from Negative Half Guard

Xande's No Gi Half Guard Passing 10 - No Arm Guillotine from Negative Half Guard

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Xande shows a way to set up the no arm guillotine from the negative side half guard. Combining this submission with the kimura and negative side passes will strengthen your chain of attacks to progress your game from the negative half guard position.


Xande's No Gi Half Guard Passing 9 - Arm In Guillotine from Top Half Guard

Xande's No Gi Half Guard Passing 9 - Arm In Guillotine from Top Half Guard

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Xande teaches a way to set up the guillotine from the top half guard. This is an arm in variation when your opponent has the underhook from half guard.

Xande's No Gi Half Guard Passing 8 - Negative Half Guard Kimura

Xande's No Gi Half Guard Passing 8 - Negative Half Guard Kimura

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Xande covers a variation to the kimura from the negative half guard. The kimura is a very powerful arm hold that creates a threat that can be used to finish your opponent or to advance your passing or sweeping attempts.

Xande's No Gi Half Guard Passes 7 - Half Guard Kimura

Xande's No Gi Half Guard Passes 7 - Half Guard Kimura

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In this lesson we learn to set up and finish the kimura from the half guard.

Xande's No Gi Half Guard Passing 6 - Half Guard to Kimura or Straight Armlock

Xande's No Gi Half Guard Passing 6 - Half Guard to Kimura or Straight Armlock

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When passing the half guard it's a good thing to work submissions in combination with your guard pass to keep your opponent on their toes. In this lesson we check out how to set up and finish the kimura or straight arm lock combination from the half guard.

Wilson Reis UFC Fighter Favorites 11 - Kimura Roll Sweep to Kimura

Wilson Reis UFC Fighter Favorites 11 - Kimura Roll Sweep to Kimura

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Sometimes your opponent will be able to free themselves from the closed guard or half guard and you're left with just the key lock. Act fast and sweep your opponent in a rolling movement to get on top and finish the kimura submission.

Xande's Anti Wrestling No Gi Series 9 - Triangle from the Knee Shield

Xande's Anti Wrestling No Gi Series 9 - Triangle from the Knee Shield

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Xande teaches a triangle set up from the knee shield when your opponent is bearing down with a lot of weight. This technique is fairly advanced and can be difficult to master as a key element of its success is that your opponent must be giving you the correct reaction by applying lots of pressure on to you.

Jeff Glover Donkey Guard and Triangles 9 - Triangle from Half Guard

Jeff Glover Donkey Guard and Triangles 9 - Triangle from Half Guard

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Jeff teaches a way to set up the triangle from the half guard. This triangle set up is similar to the triangle from side control which we will examine next.

Inside the University 92 - No Gi Turtle to Forced Half by Knee Pick to the Mount or Arm Triangle

Inside the University 92 - No Gi Turtle to Forced Half by Knee Pick to the Mount or Arm Triangle

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Xande teaches how to force the half guard on your opponent when they are in the turtle position and looking to roll away from you to retain their guard. We use a knee pick to force the half guard as our opponent attempts to retain their guard and immediately trap their head and arm to set up for the mount or arm triangle submission.

Rico Vieira Competition Techniques 6 - Black Belt Champ Techniques, Z Guard Knee Shield to Rollover Sweep or Omoplata and Butterfly Guard Concepts and Options

Rico Vieira Competition Techniques 6 - Black Belt Champ Techniques, Z Guard Knee Shield to Rollover Sweep or Omoplata and Butterfly Guard Concepts and Options

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Rico explains how to control the distance and attack your opponent from the z guard or half guard knee shield position with the rollover sweep or omoplata. Afterwards he explains that he switches between the knee shield, spider guard, butterfly guard, and classic open depending on the distance as well as whether his opponent is standing or on their knees. If your opponent is on both knees, a half spider or butterfly guard may make more sense while a classic open, spider guard, or de la riva guard will work more effectively against a standing opponent.

Gordo the Creator of Half Guard 9 - Palm Up Palm Down Choke from Half Guard

Gordo the Creator of Half Guard 9 - Palm Up Palm Down Choke from Half Guard

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Gordo teaches how to set up the palm up palm down choke from the top half guard position. We set our grips from the top and let our opponent sweep us to finish the choke from the bottom.

Gordo the Creator of Half Guard 4 - Failed Plan B Rollover to Single Leg Sweep from Half Guard

Gordo the Creator of Half Guard 4 - Failed Plan B Rollover to Single Leg Sweep from Half Guard

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Often times when you go for the plan B rollover sweep, your opponent will post their leg on the ground making it hard to reach the leg to go for the plan B rollover sweep. In this situation, transition immediately and underhook the leg to go for a single leg to finish the sweep.