Josh Hinger Series 11 - The Bukich Triangle

Josh Hinger Series 11 - The Bukich Triangle

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Josh is in half guard, and his opponent has the underhook and has smashed his shield. Josh locks a good overhook on his opponent's arm, and gets control of the other wrist. He brings the wrist to his other hand, and locks a Kimura type grip, pinning his opponent's arm to the chest. From here, he slides his top knee out and puts it over the back, and plants his bottom foot to escape his hips and get his leg free so he can throw it over the shoulder and cross his feet. Keeping his overhook, Josh releases the wrist grip and grabs the back of the head. Now he can let go of the overhook to grab his shin. From here, he adjusts his hips and legs to lock the triangle and finish.


Josh Hinger Series 10 - Kimura from Inverted Triangle

Josh Hinger Series 10 - Kimura from Inverted Triangle

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Starting from side control, Josh sets up his Kimura and falls to the inverted triangle again, but he cannot finish any of the previous submissions he's shown. With his Kimura grip locked, he curls his legs and pinches his knees, and rolls back up to his knees. Josh still has the head and arm trapped in his legs. Now to finish the Kimura, he keeps the arm tight to his chest, pulls it away from his opponent's body, and then up and over the hip til his opponent taps.

Josh Hinger Series 9 - Wrist Lock from Inverted Triangle

Josh Hinger Series 9 - Wrist Lock from Inverted Triangle

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Josh has his inverted triangle set up, but his opponent is defending by opening his far elbow and keeping his arm out of reach. Since he already has a Kimura grip on the near arm, Josh drops his elbow to the mat and slides his hand up from the wrist to the hand. Here he can pressure the forearm to his chest with his own forearm, and push down on the hand to submit with the wrist lock.

Josh Hinger Series 8 - Shoulder Lock from Inverted Triangle

Josh Hinger Series 8 - Shoulder Lock from Inverted Triangle

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Josh has set up his inverted triangle as he did before, but now his opponent is not tapping to the choke, so he looks for another attack. He makes a Kimura grip on his opponent's wrist, and with some help from his leg by opening his knee, he breaks his opponent's hands apart. He keeps the arm hugged to his body with his bottom arm, and his other hand grabs the wrist of the arm trapped in his legs. Now he can simply push the hand down to the chest, and slide it down his thigh to submit with the shoulder lock.

Josh Hinger Series 7 - Inverted Triangle from Side Control

Josh Hinger Series 7 - Inverted Triangle from Side Control

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From side control, Josh cups his opponent's shoulder, pulls him on his side and steps over the head as if he was going for the basic Kimura attack from here. He makes his Kimura grips, but his opponent has locked his hands and is defending too strong. Josh grabs the other arm at the elbow, places his back knee on the mat and drops to his side. From here, he kicks both his legs straight out and locks a triangle with his legs the best that he can. To finish the choke, he curls his hamstrings back, pinches his knees together and pulls the elbow.

Josh Hinger Series 6 - Half Guard Pressure Pass

Josh Hinger Series 6 - Half Guard Pressure Pass

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Josh's opponent has set up a knee shield half guard, so Josh first pins the bottom leg to the mat and then aggressively grabs the top leg and forces it down with his chest. With his back hand, he picks up the hip and threads his other arm underneath the body, clasping his hands together at the back. From here, he puts his head on the outside, his shoulder in the belly and gets on his toes to walk toward the legs before stepping back to free himself from his opponent's hook. Now he steps his way to the side and establishes side control.

Josh Hinger Series 5 - Sniper Guillotine from Back Control when Opponent Doesn't Turn

Josh Hinger Series 5 - Sniper Guillotine from Back Control when Opponent Doesn't Turn

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Josh sets up his guillotine from back control, the same as he did in the previous technique, but now his opponent resists and refuses to turn when Josh pushes his head with his elbow. Posting on his hand, Josh brings his free leg back and gets on his knee. From here, he brings his arm underneath the armpit and connects his arms and pulls up tight. He slides his knee across his opponent's thigh, and rolls to his back, keeping his opponent in his half guard, where he can finish the guillotine.

Josh Hinger Series 4 - Sniper Guillotine from Back Control

Josh Hinger Series 4 - Sniper Guillotine from Back Control

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Josh has back control with his seat belt grip, and his opponent defends by bring the top arm to the other side of his head. Now Josh posts his other hand on the mat to escape his hips and cups his thigh with the top hand. He lets his posted side hook on the mat and uses his elbow to push the head down, forcing his opponent to turn into him. Next he brings his post arm underneath to grab his wrist and make his guillotine lock. He throws his free leg over the back and finishes the choke.

Josh Hinger Series 3 - Sniper Guillotine from Half Guard

Josh Hinger Series 3 - Sniper Guillotine from Half Guard

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Josh is playing half guard with his shin shield blocking his opponent's shoulder and one hand blocking the other arm. He grips his opponent's hand that is on his knee and he kicks his leg straight as he reaches to the triceps for the arm drag. He drags the arm across his body and then kicks his leg again to sit up and reach over the back. Now he lets go of the triceps and wraps his arm around the head, cupping his own thigh if he can. He brings his other arm under the shoulder to lock the seat belt grip, and falls to his back, letting the shoulder pop out of his arm control. Now he can pull his own arm across and squeeze to finish the guillotine.

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.