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Monthly Archives: January 2012
In the video above, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu world champion Jimmy Quinlan demonstrates some of the finer points of how he sets up his takedowns. As he illustrates, these setup details are equally applicable for single- and double-leg takedowns. The Champ … Continue reading
If you’ve been following these posts, you know we’ve already mentioned the triangle choke in passing. In fact, it’s such an essential, it’s hard not to. We mentioned it recently in the Darce Choke Tutorial, and we mentioned it in … Continue reading
The Darce Choke (sometimes written “D’Arce” and also known as the “Brabo” choke) is a particularly sneaky choke to execute from side control. That’s because – as Coach Tim O’Connell points out in the video above – it begins with … Continue reading
The guillotine: it’s as much a staple as any move in jiu jitsu, and as long as you’re on the giving end, rather than the receiving end, it can be your best friend. We’ve covered the mechanics of the guillotine … Continue reading
Two things about Jiu Jitsu: first, you won’t get a submission every time you go for one; second, if you chain your attacks, a failed submission attempt is just the setup for a successful one. With that in mind, let’s … Continue reading