Josh Hinger Series 2 - Sniper Guillotine from Front Headlock

Josh Hinger Series 2 - Sniper Guillotine from Front Headlock

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Starting from the front headlock position, Josh has one arm going over the shoulder and the other under the opposite arm, and has a tight seat belt grip under his opponent's chest. He slides he arm that is over the shoulder in deep so he can make a Gable grip at the armpit, and use his arm to push his opponent's arm across his own face. Next he slides his hip in so his thigh is blocking the elbow, and then he scoots in more so his shin is hooking across his hips. He switches his Gable grip back to a seat belt grip, and throws his other leg over the back before raising his hips and pulling his arm through to finish the choke.


Josh Hinger Series 1 - Interview

Josh Hinger Series 1 - Interview

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Josh Hinger, 2016 No Gi World Champion, talks about his experience training full time at ATOS Jiu-Jitsu and how he transitioned from a professional corporate career to a life of training and competing. In this series, he shows some great no gi techniques that he's been using on his quest to be World Champion.

Inside the University 395 - Omoplata from Collar and Sleeve Guard

Inside the University 395 - Omoplata from Collar and Sleeve Guard

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Starting from the classic collar and sleeve guard, Victor is preventing his opponent from passing to the side his hips are facing, so his opponent squares up and looks to pass to the other side. As he is switching sides, Victor pulls the sleeve and pinches the shoulder down with his knee. From here he can throw his leg over the shoulder and lock the omoplata, and begin working to submit or sweep.

Inside the University 394 - Spider Guard Sweep with an X-Guard Hook

Inside the University 394 - Spider Guard Sweep with an X-Guard Hook

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Yan Lucas is playing spider guard with both feet in the biceps. He places his left foot on the mat between his opponent's legs and extends his right leg, bring his opponent forward. Now he makes an X-guard hook with his left leg, and traps the leg by pinching it with his arm. He lets go of the sleeve on his other grip to grab the heel, and brings his foot on the hip so he can kick his opponent back to the mat. Now he brings his hook out to S position so he can easily come on top to finish the sweep.

Inside the University 393 - Butterfly Guard Sweep with Shoulder Trapped

Inside the University 393 - Butterfly Guard Sweep with Shoulder Trapped

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Professor Alex Brandão starts off the class with a butterfly guard sweep series. From the butterfly, he sits up and traps his opponent's arm and head with his arms. His opponent will instinctively push Alex's elbow up to free his head, so now Alex brings the arm to the other side and traps his shoulder. With his elbow now underneath his opponent's chin, he pushes the head up and pushes the shoulder down while he uses his hook to sweep to the trapped arm side. If his opponent posts his leg out to defend, Alex can kick the leg back and sweep, or he can hook the leg and sweep to the other side and attack the reverse armbar.

Inside the University 392 - Clock Choke from Turtle

Inside the University 392 - Clock Choke from Turtle

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From turtle position, Victor pulls his opponent down and secures his collar grips, looking to take the back as he did in his first technique. However, this time his opponent turns belly down and does not allow him to get any hooks. Victor gets to his knees and switches his hips to face toward the head and steps his leg out wide. With his weight pushing down on his opponent's neck, Victor walks his legs to the top as he tightens the choke.

Inside the University 391 - Rolling Back Take to Lapel Choke

Inside the University 391 - Rolling Back Take to Lapel Choke

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Again Victor starts on top with his opponent in turtle, but this time after he gets his seat belt grip, his opponent turns inside to face him. As his opponent start to turn, Victor jumps to the other and rolls, making a hook with his top leg and using it to bring his opponent over with him. After completing his roll, he establishes back control, and climbs up to the S-position to finish the choke, same as he did in the last technique.

Inside the University 390 - Lapel Choke from the Back

Inside the University 390 - Lapel Choke from the Back

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Victor Barreto begins on the side of his opponent, who is in the turtle position, and his first step is to make a seat belt grip. Next he brings his knee next to his opponent's leg, and pulls him back onto his side, while slipping his bottom leg underneath. Now he opens the collar to make his choking grips on the lapel. He drops down to his side to get his opponent's weight off him, and steps up, placing his top knee behind the shoulder. Here he can easily finish his choke.

Inside the University 389 - Deep Half Guard to X-Guard Sweep

Inside the University 389 - Deep Half Guard to X-Guard Sweep

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Gustavo is in the deep half guard and is looking to hit his first sweep that he showed in the previous technique. However, when he gets his shin under the leg and is looking to sweep him backwards, his opponent is putting too much weight forward to defend the sweep. Gustavo swims his arm back underneath the leg and places it on his opponent's chest to keep him at a distance. Now he turns back into him, and places his X-guard hooks. Here he can stretch him out, and come on top for the sweep.

Inside the University 388 - Deep Half Guard Sweep

Inside the University 388 - Deep Half Guard Sweep

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From the deep half guard, Gustavo extends his legs and brings his knees to him in order to bring his opponent's foot close enough to reach. He hooks his arm underneath the foot and then lifts the leg by lifting his own legs up. Now he can slide his slide his other shin under his opponent's leg. From here, he can simply elevate his hips and then kick forward to sweep his opponent.

Inside the University 387 - Setting Up Deep Half Guard

Inside the University 387 - Setting Up Deep Half Guard

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Starting from the classic collar and sleeve guard, his opponent steps over his leg, so Gustavo Dias sits up to get the underhook and grab the belt, and his other arm underhooks his opponent's leg. Now he steps over with his outside leg to hook his opponent's leg and turns his hips the other way, bringing the leg to him so his hips are underneath. Now he is in a good deep half guard, ready to set up some different sweeps.

Inside the University 386 - Drop Seoi Nage

Inside the University 386 - Drop Seoi Nage

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A newer standout competitor to the Black Belt division, Nick Schrock, shows his go to takedown in a time sensitive situation. After grabbing his collar and sleeve grips, Nick stays with good posture and keeps a stiff arm with his collar grip. He steps outside and turns his opponent, feinting the outside trip, but mainly is concerned about breaking his posture. When his opponent postures up, Nick steps across to the outside of the far leg, and turns in, dropping to his knees for the seoi nage. A key detail is that he raises his elbow high to help trap the arm for the throw.