Jackson Sousa Spider Guard Sweeps 8 - Two Collar Bow and Arrow Choke

Jackson Sousa Spider Guard Sweeps 8 - Two Collar Bow and Arrow Choke

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Jackson teaches a lapel choke submission from the back with both collar grips. If unable to finish your opponent with the lapel choke, swing your leg over their arm to finish with the two collar bow and arrow choke instead.


Jackson Sousa Spider Guard Sweeps 7 - Armbar from the Back with Kimura Grip

Jackson Sousa Spider Guard Sweeps 7 - Armbar from the Back with Kimura Grip

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Jackson Sousa teaches how to set up a classic armbar from your opponent back by using the kimura grip to control your opponent's arm.

Jackson Sousa Spider Guard Sweeps 6 - Classic Near Side Back Take from Side Control

Jackson Sousa Spider Guard Sweeps 6 - Classic Near Side Back Take from Side Control

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Jackson Sousa teaches how to take your opponent's back from side control by lifting your opponent's near side hip up to create space and take the back.

Inside the University 93 - Back Take from Turtle with Near Hook or Back Take with Garcia Roll and Far Hook

Inside the University 93 - Back Take from Turtle with Near Hook or Back Take with Garcia Roll and Far Hook

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Xande teaches how to set up two different back takes from the top turtle position. In the first part of the lesson we learn how to take the back with the hear hook by peeling our opponent's leg out to create space for the hook. In the second part we learn how to Garcia roll over our opponent to take the back with the far hook with a Marcelo Garcia signature back take.

Controlling the Back

Controlling the Back

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Xande teaches two ways to maintain your back control though early or late prevention. The first lesson covers how to use your hooks to readjust back control to prevent your opponent from putting their shoulders and hips on the mats. The second lesson covers how to re-establish the back when your opponent has defeated both hooks but you still have the seatbelt control. In this chair sit motion to retake the back, we maintain close contact to our opponent and slide our knee up to take the back again.

Side Control Transition when Opponent Rolls In with the Spinaround to Side Control or Backtake

Side Control Transition when Opponent Rolls In with the Spinaround to Side Control or Backtake

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Your opponent may bridge and roll in to you as you're passing the guard or find a way to bridge into you to break the pin from side control. If your opponent is already on their side, it may be hard to re-establish control of the position. Rather than letting them reestablish their guard, spin around to the back side instead to reestablish your side control or to transition to the back.

Inside the University 77 - The Scoop Escape and Classic Back Escapes, Transitioning from Turtle to Back Escapes

Inside the University 77 - The Scoop Escape and Classic Back Escapes, Transitioning from Turtle to Back Escapes

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Saulo covers the scoop back escape and three variations of the classic back escape. These escapes can be used in almost any scenario. The basic theme across these back escapes is to find a way to lower your hips and connect them to the mat to make it harder for your opponent to maintain control of your hips and easier for you to make your escape.

Inside the University 74 - Q and A Session on Framing for Guard Retention and Escaping Collar Chokes from Back

Inside the University 74 - Q and A Session on Framing for Guard Retention and Escaping Collar Chokes from Back

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Xande does a Q and A during a seminar answering questions about using your arms and legs to create a frame to retain the guard, about setting up a collar choke from the knee cross pass, and escaping the collar choke from the back.

Inside the University 65 - Failed Back Control to Mount Transition and Mount to Back Transition

Inside the University 65 - Failed Back Control to Mount Transition and Mount to Back Transition

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Xande teaches the failed back control to mount and mount to back transition. We learn a key detail to cross your leg across your opponent's hip and establish a katagame grip with your arm to transition from the back to the mount without giving your opponent an opportunity to escape.

Inside the University 64 - Retaining Back Control with Hooks Drill

Inside the University 64 - Retaining Back Control with Hooks Drill

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Xande teaches a drill to retain control of your opponent's back when they attempt to get you off their back. In this drill we use our hooks and a simple hip escape to regain control of the back.

Dean Lister Footlock Machine 10 - Sambo Heelhook When Opponent Has Your Back

Dean Lister Footlock Machine 10 - Sambo Heelhook When Opponent Has Your Back

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Dean shows a sneaky heelhook submission by using your legs to attack your opponent's ankle when they have your back with both hooks in.

Dean Lister Footlock Machine 9 - One Handed Rear Naked Choke

Dean Lister Footlock Machine 9 - One Handed Rear Naked Choke

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Dean teaches how to submit your opponent with a one handed rear naked choke when you are on their back.