Xande's Jiu Jitsu Fundamentals 49 - Setting Up a Variety of Submissions from the Kimura Trap

Xande's Jiu Jitsu Fundamentals 49 - Setting Up a Variety of Submissions from the Kimura Trap

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Now having set up his Kimura trap, Xande goes over a bunch of different other submissions he can look for from there, including a variety of armbars and wrist locks.


Xande's Jiu Jitsu Fundamentals 48 - Kimura from Side Control

Xande's Jiu Jitsu Fundamentals 48 - Kimura from Side Control

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Answering a question about the best transition to a submission after passing the guard, Xande shows his favorite Kimura setup. He shows how he uses his legs to isolate the arm high before switching his base and stepping over the head to finish the Kimura.

Takamasa Watanabe Series 4 - Ankle Pick to Loop Choke

Takamasa Watanabe Series 4 - Ankle Pick to Loop Choke

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From standing, Takamasa makes a cross collar grip, and pulls his opponent's head down as he steps toward him, looping his arm around the neck like a guillotine. He lowers his level and grabs the ankle, but rather than picking the leg up, he just blocks it from moving as drives his opponent backward and to the ground. He circles to side control, and has the option to finish the loop choke.

Masakazu Imanari Leg Locks 14 - Anaconda Choke from Side Control

Masakazu Imanari Leg Locks 14 - Anaconda Choke from Side Control

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From side control, Masakazu places his elbow on the mat, in the far armpit of his opponent, and turns his hips up to the ceiling. He slides his hips up the body, bringing his opponent's arm up as well. His far arm comes underneath the head, and he grabs his biceps at his opponent's armpit, trapping the arm inside with the neck. He makes a grip like a rear naked choke, and squeezes to finish the choke.

Masakazu Imanari Leg Locks 6 - Takedown to Kneebar

Masakazu Imanari Leg Locks 6 - Takedown to Kneebar

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From standing, Masakazu shoots on his opponent and takes him with one arm pushing at his stomach and the other pushing the back of the knee. He lands in side control and immediately scoots his hips up under his opponent's armpit. He slides his shin to his opponent's hip, and pinches the leg between his own leg. He controls the foot and turns away to finish the kneebar.

Xande's Side Control and Mount Transitional Movements 14 - Saulo Choke from Side Control

Xande's Side Control and Mount Transitional Movements 14 - Saulo Choke from Side Control

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On to one Xande's favorite submissions, he has a strong side control in the landmark 2 position with his hips facing his opponent's head. His arm reaches across the neck for a collar grip and he transitions to a neutral side control for better leverage. His free hand reaches underneath the near arm and now he can drop his elbow to finish the Saulo choke.

Inside the University 1008 - Bread Cutter Choke Q&A

Inside the University 1008 - Bread Cutter Choke Q&A

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Nick answers a few of his students' questions on some of the finer details of the bread cutter choke, and breaks down how he can close the space between him and his opponent and put a lot of pressure on him.

Inside the University 1007 - Bread Cutter Choke from Side Control

Inside the University 1007 - Bread Cutter Choke from Side Control

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Nick shows his version of the 'Saulo' choke or bread cutter choke from side control when his opponent shoots his arm across Nick's body. First he reaches under the arm to grab the gi near the armpit and pulls the shoulder to him, and then his choking hand comes across the neck to the far lapel. Now he can drop his elbow to the mat and drop his weight to choke his opponent.

Rafael Lovato Jr. Timeless 2-on-1 Attacks 8 - Hooking the Leg to Finish the Armbar

Rafael Lovato Jr. Timeless 2-on-1 Attacks 8 - Hooking the Leg to Finish the Armbar

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Now Rafael shows another option he sometimes uses to help finish the armbar if his opponent's grip on his lapel is really strong. He leans toward the leg and under hooks it to give himself leverage to keep inching his palm down his thigh until he can break the grip and secure the arm.

Rafael Lovato Jr. Timeless 2-on-1 Attacks 7 - Finishing the Armbar when Opponent Grabs His Lapel

Rafael Lovato Jr. Timeless 2-on-1 Attacks 7 - Finishing the Armbar when Opponent Grabs His Lapel

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Rafael answers a student's question about finishing an armbar when your opponent is defending by grabbing his own lapel. He first threads his arm near the head through and cups his own thigh. He walks his hand down to his hip, and with his other hand he can push the lapel or the elbow to break the grip and secure the armbar.

Inside the University 876 - Applying Pressure while Holding the Arm

Inside the University 876 - Applying Pressure while Holding the Arm

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Whether you're looking for the Kimura, straight armbar, choke or whatever else, Saulo stresses the importance of dropping your weight and keeping very heavy pressure on your opponent after spinning to the top and trapping the arm. After establishing your pressure from here, you will be able to find the opening you're looking for.

Inside the University 875 - Armlock from Superhold

Inside the University 875 - Armlock from Superhold

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Now instead of going to the mount from the superhold, Saulo looks to submit with an armlock. With a strong grip on his opponent's triceps, Saulo pulls him on his side and spins to the top, where he drops his weight heavy on his opponent. From here he has the option to attack a Kimura, or to continue his spin to the other side and attack the straight armbar.