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Monthly Archives: February 2012
Recently, we looked at a half guard pass as taught by BJJ world champ Jimmy Quinlan. Now, we’ve got another one. Far from being redundant, these half guard passes work especially well in tandem. That is, your opponent may well be … Continue reading
“To be the best,” the saying goes, “you’ve got to beat the best.” As a precursor, we recommend that you train with the best. That’s why BDMMA owner and head coach Dan Faggella – a national champion, himself – also … Continue reading
To be sure, the ninja roll is not the first move you’ll learn in your BJJ career. You will learn, though, that you should take your opponent’s back whenever it’s available – and you’ll learn, too, that it’s maybe most … Continue reading
We’ve looked at the guillotine choke in a couple of contexts, already. For purely BJJ situations, there’s the guillotine starting from front headlock position and starting from top half-guard. We even looked at the standing guillotine that Jon Jones used – … Continue reading
We’ve covered the “how” of a few leg locks here (the achilles, the toe hold, the knee bar); in this post, we’ll focus more on the question, “when.” A partial answer is “when your opponent’s in z-guard,” but that only raises … Continue reading