Inside the University 137 - Baseball Choke Variations from Side Control

Inside the University 137 - Baseball Choke Variations from Side Control

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Saulo teaches the baseball choke from side control including a variation of grips to help finish the submission. This is a highly effective collar choke but the set up is very important as it can be easily defended when telegraphed.


JJU 38-09 Baseball Choke from Side Control

JJU 38-09 Baseball Choke from Side Control

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Xande teaches how to set up the baseball choke from side control. Often times it can be difficult to establish an attack with traditional grips. In this case it's great to have options with your grips when attacking for submissions.

Inside the University 132 - North South Submissions: Paper Cutter, Kimura, and Straight Armlock Combination

Inside the University 132 - North South Submissions: Paper Cutter, Kimura, and Straight Armlock Combination

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Xande teaches a three part submission series from the north south position. In this lesson, we learn how to set up the paper cutter, kimura, and straight armlock from north south. We learn to transition from one submission to the next depending on our opponent's reactions.

JT Torres Series 6 Part 2 - Bonus Footage of the Tricep Crush

JT Torres Series 6 Part 2 - Bonus Footage of the Tricep Crush

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Some behind the footage of Saulo working the tricep crush with JT.

JT Torres Series 6 - Tricep Crush or Straight Armlock from Side Control

JT Torres Series 6 - Tricep Crush or Straight Armlock from Side Control

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JT Torres recalls learning a very painful submission from Mike Fowler the hard way when he was a brown belt in Guam. This submission puts a lot of pressure just under the elbow, creating a lot of pain in the tendon between the tricep and the elbow joint.

Andre Galvao Reverse De la Riva 5 - Reverse De la Riva to Rolling Kimura Trap and Finishing Kimura with Armbar, Backtake, or Leg Squeeze Choke

Andre Galvao Reverse De la Riva 5 - Reverse De la Riva to Rolling Kimura Trap and Finishing Kimura with Armbar, Backtake, or Leg Squeeze Choke

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Andre shares insight that it's often easy to find the kimura right off these series of reverse de la riva sweeps due to the grips that you have already established. Sometimes you may have difficulty in finishing from the kimura position. In this case we have the option to transition into the kimura trap which opens up more ways to advance position or submit your opponent.

Inside the University 126 - Reverse Breadcutter from Side Control Part 2

Inside the University 126 - Reverse Breadcutter from Side Control Part 2

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Saulo continues with some extra details on how to adjust your grips to finish the reverse breadcutter depending on how your opponent reacts to your submission attempt.

Inside the University 125 - Reverse Breadcutter from Side Control Part 1

Inside the University 125 - Reverse Breadcutter from Side Control Part 1

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Saulo teaches how to set up a nasty choke from the side control that may catch your opponent by surprise. It is important to set up the reverse breadcutter in a way that your opponent does not foresee the attempt too early to set the trap for the finish.

Inside the University 122 with Rafael Lovato Jr Part 3 - Transition to the Back and Other Submissions from Kimura

Inside the University 122 with Rafael Lovato Jr Part 3 - Transition to the Back and Other Submissions from Kimura

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Rafael Lovato Jr shares some other options from the kimura when you're unable to break your opponent's grip. In this lesson we look at transitions to the back as well as ways to progress to other submissions like the ezekiel, arm triangle, and other lapel chokes that are readily available from the kimura position.

Inside the University 121 with Rafael Lovato Jr Part 2 - Details on Finishing the Kimura

Inside the University 121 with Rafael Lovato Jr Part 2 - Details on Finishing the Kimura

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Rafael Lovato Jr shares more details on how to finish the kimura when your opponent grabs their belt or gi pants to prevent the finish.

Inside the University 120 with Rafael Lovato Jr - Kimura from Side Control and Breaking the Grip to Finish

Inside the University 120 with Rafael Lovato Jr - Kimura from Side Control and Breaking the Grip to Finish

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Rafael Lovato Jr shares that the kimura is one of his favorite submissions and that contrary to popular belief, it is a submission for all sizes in that a small person can easily submit a larger opponent with this submission. He covers his favorite set up to the kimura from side control and goes over key details now how to position yourself and use correct grips to break your opponent's grip when they grab their own belt to prevent the finish.

Wilson Reis UFC Fighter Favorites 12 - Arm Triangle from Side Control

Wilson Reis UFC Fighter Favorites 12 - Arm Triangle from Side Control

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Wilson teaches how to set up the arm triangle right off of the guard pass from side control. Before hunting straight for the neck we make a transition to the twisted mount and use our opponent's reaction to push to set up the choke.