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In a previous post here, we talked about how the bullfighter pass works under ideal circumstances – that is, when your opponent is compliant and the pass is easy. In this post, we’ll revisit the pass and see how it works … Continue reading
Today, in the first of two parts, we’ll look at a simple way to pass your opponent’s guard: the bullfighter pass. Contrary to the image to the left, this requires neither a glitzy matador’s outfit nor a rapier. It does, … Continue reading
As you know, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu deals principally with fighting on the ground. And, as you also know, not every street fight will give you the opportunity to land a perfect double-leg. We’ve done a little musing, already, on the … Continue reading
This Tuesday, Mastery class gave us a unique opportunity to work on applying leg locks to otherwise “normal” positions. While the world of leg locks is usually seen as different or a “high-flying” style to control and submit an opponent, … Continue reading
Using this arm triangle is a great way to subdue an opponent without having to truly harm him in any way. Notice how coach Tim sinks his weight DOWNWARD, allowing is shoulder to do most of the work instead of … Continue reading
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“Throwback” technique with Mr. Radhames Familia! This was for our Sept 11, 2011 charity event for Narragansett, RI’s firefighters. Radhames (AKA: Junior) is a Big Deal in the RI BJJ scene, and after winning our tournament, he demonstrates some techniques … Continue reading
Guard Passes: The Offense and the Defense Besides all the celebrating around here, the focus on this blog, lately, has been on passing guard. We’ve recently revisited the knee cut pass in gi and no-gi versions, and we also had another look … Continue reading