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Monthly Archives: December 2011
Every Jiu Jitsu practitioner will have his own favorite techniques; as his students can tell you, Coach Dan Faggella is a big fan of foot locks. We’ve looked at one foot lock, already – the achilles. Today, we have a … Continue reading
Dan Faggella, RI Brazilian Jiu Jitsu master and head of the Black Diamond MMA Academy, demonstrates a BJJ staple from closed guard: the kimura. Here’s how it works: Especially in the broader MMA context, your first step is to get … Continue reading
We’ve covered the basics of the over/under pass, and we’ve looked at one variation, already. You’ll recall that the variation we looked at involved a back-step/reset combo. This time we’ll look at a variation of the over/under pass that you … Continue reading
We recently covered the basic over/under guard pass over here; now, it’s time to look at what to do if that pass doesn’t work out quite how you hope. So, let’s say you’ve made it up to what we called … Continue reading
All the submission skills in the world won’t do you much good, if you can’t pass a guy’s guard. So here and now, we’re going to work on a good, reliable guard pass: The Over/Under Pass. [If you’re noticing that … Continue reading
So, you’ve been through our tutorial on the Half and Half Sweep, and you’ve got that pretty well nailed down. But things don’t always go according to plan. Case in point: there’s a moment just before you start driving into your opponent, … Continue reading