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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
Back to Basics: Submissions from Mount Mount is easily one of the most dominant positions in BJJ. Your opponent has no submissions to threaten with, and you definitely do. (We covered one such sub – the arm bar from mount – … Continue reading
This Is It: One Hundred Posts Actually, this is now the 102nd post on this blog. And if you count the posts on sister-site, Mixed Martial Arts In Rhode Island, we’re at more like 150. But as far as Brazilian … Continue reading
When You’re Turtled Up, Escape Y’know what’s sweet? Turtles. Turtles are totally goddamn sweet. What’s less excellent is being turtled up in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. In fact, bottom turtle is one of the worst positions you can be in. You’re … Continue reading
Another Version of a Familiar Move We’ve worked the “knee cut” (a.k.a. “the knee cutter” and/or the “knee slicer”) more than once, here, and there’re good reasons for that. For one, this is an essential guard pass that’s worth extra drilling … Continue reading
Best Protect Ya Neck * Whether you’re a giraffe, a former member of Wu Tang, or just a humble Brazilian Jiu Jitsu player, it’s hard to overstate the importance of your neck. The neck gets enough stress from daily wear … Continue reading
The Ever-Popular Rear Naked Choke Even if you’ve never drilled it, applied it, or studied it, you’ve probably seen it and probably have some idea what the Rear Naked Choke is all about. This iconic and curiously named submission (after … Continue reading
The Dominance is in the Details This isn’t the first time we’ve covered the Darce choke (a.k.a. the Brabo; see below) on this blog. Today, we’re revisiting the choke with a different purpose in mind. We’ll focus on the details of … Continue reading
A Simple Wrist Lock to Gain Early Dominance We’ve already looked at a couple of ways to pass an opponent’s open guard: the double over and double under passes and the over under pass, to name a few. Today, we’ll … Continue reading