Eduardo Jamelão Conceição Series 1 - Loop Choke from Takedown Defense

Eduardo Jamelão Conceição Series 1 - Loop Choke from Takedown Defense

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From standing up, Eduardo first gets a cross collar and sleeve grip. When his opponent shoots in to grab his leg, Eduardo stuffs the takedown with his collar grip and pulls the arm between his legs. Next he wraps his arm around the neck like a guillotine, while keeping the collar grip, and then dives his arm and head underneath his opponent's body. He rolls him down to the mat ending up on his back, and feeds his arm between the legs. To finish the loop choke, he brings his elbow to his body.


Inside the University 578 - Finishing the Foot Lock when Opponent Grabs Your Lapel

Inside the University 578 - Finishing the Foot Lock when Opponent Grabs Your Lapel

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In this scenario, Bernardo's opponent tries to defend the foot lock by grabbing his lapel and pulling to him. While keeping his hold on the foot, Bernardo escapes his hips just enough to bring his inside leg across his opponent's leg, placing his foot on the hip. Now he pinches his knees together and leans back to finish the foot lock.

Inside the University 577 - Fine Tuning the Foot Lock

Inside the University 577 - Fine Tuning the Foot Lock

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Refining a few details on the foot lock, Bernardo shows the importance of staying close and connected to your opponent when you sit down, so you don't let him come up. Also, he makes sure his forearm is under the Achilles tendon and squeezes his elbow in. Much of his power to finish comes from arching his back. Finally, he makes sure to keep the other leg away at a distance, either by pushing with his hand or foot.

Inside the University 576 - Foot Lock from Open Guard on Top

Inside the University 576 - Foot Lock from Open Guard on Top

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In this BJJ Library class, guest instructor from Ribeiro Jiu Jitsu Sydney Australia, Bernard "Trekko" Magalhaes, shows some variations of the foot lock. While passing the guard standing, from a headquarters position, he keeps one hand on the chest to keep his opponent down and his other arm hugs his opponent's foot to his hip. When ready to attack, he sits back wrapping his arm around the shin, places his outside foot on the hip and feeds the collar to his attacking hand. The common reaction from his opponent is to push the foot off the hip and scoot over his leg, so when that happens, Bernardo turns belly down to the outside, posts his free hand and sprawls his hips as he looks up to finish the foot lock.

Bruno Malfacine Sequential Drilling 10 - Armbar Counter to the Hitchhiker Escape

Bruno Malfacine Sequential Drilling 10 - Armbar Counter to the Hitchhiker Escape

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Bruno starts with the armbar secured, but his opponent tries to escape using the common hitchhiker escape. When his opponent turns, Bruno places his foot on the hip and his shin across the neck, with his knee pointed down. He pushes off the hip to get on his shoulder and bring his leg over the head. He continues to roll, forcing his opponent to roll as well, ending up in position to finish the armbar again.

Masakazu Imanari Leg Locks 5 - Foot Lock while Passing the Guard

Masakazu Imanari Leg Locks 5 - Foot Lock while Passing the Guard

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Now Masakazu is passing the guard toreando style, and his opponent reacts by bringing his foot up to Masakazu's hip. He grabs the foot as he would a guillotine, with his forearm under the achilles tendon, and his hand on his own stomach. He turns outside to face the leg he's attacking, and his far knee puts pressure on the thigh while finishes. He can finish standing up, or he can sit down with his hips tight against the thigh. He can also turn to the outside to help finish faster.

Takamasa Watanabe Series 6 - Cross Choke from Butterfly Guard on Top

Takamasa Watanabe Series 6 - Cross Choke from Butterfly Guard on Top

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Using the same set up to pass the butterfly guard as the last position, when Takamasa lowers his head, his opponent also lowers his head to defend. Takamasa reacts by letting go of his shoulder grip to whizzer the arm, and make a cross lapel grip. With his other hand, he makes a grip behind the neck with his four fingers inside the lapel. From here, he pulls guard and uses his leg to prevent his opponent from jumping over. Now he can finish the cross choke.

Xande's Pan Ams 2016 Review 8 - Kimura while Passing the Guard

Xande's Pan Ams 2016 Review 8 - Kimura while Passing the Guard

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Continuing on his semi final fight in the open weight division, Xande is on his opponent's side, and he turns into Xande. Xande steps over the head to the other side, ending up behind his opponent's back, and immediately locks up a kimura grip. Now he places his elbow on the ribs, and steps back over the head to finish the kimura.

Inside The University 238 - Knee Bar from Open Guard on Top (James Puopolo)

Inside The University 238 - Knee Bar from Open Guard on Top (James Puopolo)

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James shows his favorite knee bar he uses while on top when his opponent grabs his leg for a single or maybe from a knee cut position. James first backs steps, grabs the leg he's attacking and settles in with his knee putting pressure on his opponent. James now locks the triangle with his legs, adjusts his body position and pulls on the top leg which gives him the space to straighten the leg he's attacking. Now he can fall to his side, cross his feet and finish the knee bar.

Luiz Panza Foot Locks and 50/50 Guard 8 - Foot Lock from Top Position

Luiz Panza Foot Locks and 50/50 Guard 8 - Foot Lock from Top Position

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Luiz shows a foot lock from the top position, which he actually prefers, with a special emphasis on making sure you do not sit down to attack the foot. Instead, he drives his knee through his opponent's guard and bases himself while tying up the foot as before. His other knee pinches his opponent's leg as he leans forward and finishes the foot lock.

Fredson Paixao Series 8 - Ankle Locks

Fredson Paixao Series 8 - Ankle Locks

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Fredson shows a couple different ankle locks he likes to use. First is a basic toehold, and he shows some details on how he grips the foot to make the lock more effective. Second, he shows a unique position in which he pins his opponent's leg with his knee and attacks the foot using his own leg. He also has a reverse armbar ready for this position, if the ankle lock doesn't make his opponent tap.

AJ Sousa Series 9 - Armbar as a Counter Attack to the Kimura

AJ Sousa Series 9 - Armbar as a Counter Attack to the Kimura

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AJ shows the armbar he used to finish Vitor Schlosser in the BJJ Library Challenge. As AJ was attempting to pass Vitor's guard, Vitor grabbed a kimura grip on AJ's arm, so AJ spun around Vitor's head and went straight for the armbar. AJ emphasizes the importance of speed for this position.

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