Xande's Anti Wrestling No Gi Series 4 - Closed Guard Body Lock to Straight Armlock

Xande's Anti Wrestling No Gi Series 4 - Closed Guard Body Lock to Straight Armlock

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Xande covers the details on how to control your opponent with the body lock and work the straight armlock submission. The closed guard body lock is a great control for mixed martial arts as it removes the space between you and your opponent making it hard to do much damage with strikes. It's also a great control against wrestlers because it will frustrate their hip mobility and force them to free the control before advancing with a pass


Xande's Anti Wrestling No Gi Series 3 - Kimura from Closed Guard

Xande's Anti Wrestling No Gi Series 3 - Kimura from Closed Guard

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Xande covers a few ways to enter into the kimura while preventing your opponent from posturing up to finish the submission. The kimura is an excellent submission to hunt for when playing from your closed guard.

Xande's Anti Wrestling No Gi Series 1 - Closed Guard Overwrap Control to Triangle

Xande's Anti Wrestling No Gi Series 1 - Closed Guard Overwrap Control to Triangle

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In this lesson Xande teaches how to set up the triangle from the closed guard overwrap control. The closed guard overwrap is a very useful position to utilize against wrestlers as they will usually force the top position and look to pass with heavy hips. The overwrap control will tie up and frustrate wrestlers by reducing space between you and your opponent and killing their mobility while allowing you to set up your next attack.

Xande's Anti Wrestling No Gi Series 2 - Closed Guard Overwrap to Omoplata

Xande's Anti Wrestling No Gi Series 2 - Closed Guard Overwrap to Omoplata

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In this second part of the no gi guard series, we learn to set up an omoplata from the overwrap position. This position is great against wrestlers as we use the overwrap position to kill our opponents mobility and remove all space to slow down and frustrate their game.

Fabio Santos Old School Secrets 8 - Fast Armbar from Closed Guard to Flower Sweep or Back Take

Fabio Santos Old School Secrets 8 - Fast Armbar from Closed Guard to Flower Sweep or Back Take

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Fabio Santos teaches how to set up a sneakyand quick armbar submission from the closed guard. He also follows up with a few options in case the submission fails.

Fabio Santos Old School Secrets 5 - Wrist Lock from Top Closed Guard and the Punch Choke from Closed Guard Overwrap

Fabio Santos Old School Secrets 5 - Wrist Lock from Top Closed Guard and the Punch Choke from Closed Guard Overwrap

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Fabio shares two sneaky submissions from the closed guard overwrap position, one for the person on top and one for the guard player. The wrist lock is a quick submission that you can catch when trying to pass the overwrap closed guard position while the punch choke is a way to submit your opponent on the opposite side.

White Belt University - Two Armbar Variations from Closed Guard, the Fast Armbar and Technical Armbar

White Belt University - Two Armbar Variations from Closed Guard, the Fast Armbar and Technical Armbar

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Xande teaches two basic armbars from the closed guard, the fast armbar and the traditional technical armbar. Each armbar has its advantages and drawbacks depending on the situation.

Inside the University 96 - Shoulder to Shoulder Side Control to Guillotine

Inside the University 96 - Shoulder to Shoulder Side Control to Guillotine

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In this lesson we learn to set up the guillotine from the shoulder to shoulder side control and work to finish the submission from the guard or the mount. Xande covers details such as how we should twist our opponent's neck rather than falling straight back when attempting to finish the submission.

JJU 15-0 to 15-3 Closed Guard Arm Wrap Collar Choke or Arm Wrap Straight Arm Lock Combo

JJU 15-0 to 15-3 Closed Guard Arm Wrap Collar Choke or Arm Wrap Straight Arm Lock Combo

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Xande teaches how to set up the arm wrap position from the closed guard. The arm wrap guard is a strong position to control your opponent because your control greatly limits their options. In this lesson we learn how to set up the straight arm lock or collar choke with the arm wrap control.

White Belt University - Arm Wrap Triangle from Closed Guard

White Belt University - Arm Wrap Triangle from Closed Guard

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Xande teaches how to set up a triangle choke from the closed guard arm wrap position. He shows a few ways to set up the arm wrap control from the closed guard and how to use the control against your opponent to attack with the triangle.

Inside the University 50 - Butterfly Hook Sweep, Knee Pick, or X-Guard Single Leg Combination from Classic Guard

Inside the University 50 - Butterfly Hook Sweep, Knee Pick, or X-Guard Single Leg Combination from Classic Guard

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Saulo continues the chain of attacks from the classic guard to butterfly guard transition. In this lesson we learn to go from the classic guard to the butterfly hook sweep, the butterfly knee pick, or x-guard single leg sweep as a combination attack from the classic guard.

Inside the University 49 - Palm Up Palm Down and Helio Gracie Choke Combo from Classic Guard

Inside the University 49 - Palm Up Palm Down and Helio Gracie Choke Combo from Classic Guard

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Saulo reviews the palm up palm down and helio gracie choke combination from the classic guard. The chokes are an essential attack to be mixed in with sweep attempts to ensure that your opponent is always threatened and never too comfortable in your closed or classic guard.