Inside The University 259 - Toreando Guard Pass Dropping Your Shoulder Down

Inside The University 259 - Toreando Guard Pass Dropping Your Shoulder Down

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Xande shows another variation of the toreando. He makes his grips on the pants at the shins, like he did before, and passes to the side while keeping weight on the legs. Now when he gets to the side, instead of going to knee on belly, he drops his shoulder on to his opponent's chest and establishes side control. It is important that he doesn't turn his hips to face his opponent or sprawl them to the mat.


Inside The University 258 - Toreando Guard Pass

Inside The University 258 - Toreando Guard Pass

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From the open guard, Xande grabs his opponent's pant legs near the shin and puts his weight down on them. When he passes, his outside arm stays stiff while his inside arm pushes down and in to stretch the leg, and he comes around to the knee on belly.

Xande's Pan Ams 2016 Review 9 - Bulldog Pass from Butterfly Guard

Xande's Pan Ams 2016 Review 9 - Bulldog Pass from Butterfly Guard

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Xande talks about his guard passing in the open weight finals, where he used the bulldog pass against his opponent's butterfly guard. He breaks down some mistakes he made while passing, and how his opponent was able to replace his guard. Xande also shows how he could have transitioned to other passes from the bulldog.

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.

Xande's Pan Ams 2016 Review 7 - Jump X-Pass from Guard Pull

Xande's Pan Ams 2016 Review 7 - Jump X-Pass from Guard Pull

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Xande discusses his semi-finals in the open weight division, when his opponent tried to pull guard on him, and made the mistake of using same side leg that he had the collar grip rather than the sleeve grip. Xande immediately grabbed the pants, and as his opponent was falling to the mat, he jumped and used the X-pass. His opponent was able to turn and get his knee in, so Xande jumped to the other side, where his opponent turned again, so he again jumped to the other side and established the guard pass.

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 9 - Leg Drag to Overhead Step Pass

Luiz Panza Foot Locks and 50/50 Guard 9 - Leg Drag to Overhead Step Pass

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Luiz shows one of his favorite guard passes he likes to use from the open guard. He first pins his opponent's leg down with his knee, as if he's setting up a leg drag. His opponent knows he wants the leg drag and blocks it, so Luiz steps around over his head, and passes to the other side.

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.

Inside The University 232 - Headquarters to Jumping Guard Pass

Inside The University 232 - Headquarters to Jumping Guard Pass

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Saulo shows another guard pass from the headquarters position. This time he fakes like he wants to knee cut, causing his opponent to escape his hips and face him. Immediately Saulo makes a grip on the pants and drives his weight down on his opponent with his lapel grip. Next he shuffles a little bit toward his opponent's head, and after creating the space, he jumps to the other side and settles in side control. He can also go right to his classic lapel choke.

Inside The University 231 - Headquarters to Smash Pass Part 2

Inside The University 231 - Headquarters to Smash Pass Part 2

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Saulo continues his lesson on the smash pass from headquarters, but covers some mistakes he sees his students making. His first comment is for his students to make sure their weight is going forward before they come to the side to smash. He also emphasizes the importance of using the stiff arm when he grabs the pants.

Inside The University 230 - Headquarters to Smash Pass Part 1

Inside The University 230 - Headquarters to Smash Pass Part 1

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Saulo shows one of the main positions of Ribeiro Jiu-Jitsu, headquarters, which is when he squats in a firm base with one of his opponent's legs between his legs. In this case, his opponent tries to lift him for the sweep, so Saulo goes to the side and smashes him. He grabs underneath the head, switches his base and uses his forearm to put pressure on the face. Now he grips the pants and grinds his opponent down. As soon as he feels he might lose the position, Saulo passes the guard.

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.