Controls & Transitions
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Roger Gracie shows some revelatory concepts combining transitions into side control, mount, kimura grip. Attack Top Position With Systematic Strategy and Technique From 10-Time World Champion and Grappling Legend Rog...
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Master the mount position and finish fights with total control using Roger Gracie’s master class series! Secure devastating submissions that work for grapplers of all levels, including cross chokes, ezekiel chokes...
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For The First Time Ever, Lucas Leite Shares His World Famous Coyote Half Guard Adapted For No Gi. Learn The Weird Techniques that Lucas Leite uses so well against bigger opponent’s that he voluntarily enter tournamen...
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Learn how to grip, move, and attack takedowns for Brazilian jiu-jitsu with these classic judo concepts and techniques. Move with more comfort and efficiency in your gripping and footwork with these little de...
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Luiz "Dentinho" Eduardo is an accomplished black belt competitor and coach. In the Art of Pressure Half Guard Passing, Dentinho shares all of his secrets to creating the ultimate pressure and passing those difficult g...
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12x world champion Roger Gracie shows his go to mount transition from side control. Anybody can do this simple and effective technique. Attack Top Position With Systematic Strategy and Technique From 10-Time World Ch...
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Use Neil Melanson’s unique approach to the cradle to smash your opponent and leave them vulnerable for attack, in both Jiu-Jitsu and MMA! Learn how to use wrestling cradles in a way that involves both wrestling and...
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Here's some details to make your pressure pass way more effective. Learn The “Automatic Game Over” Pass That The Best BJJ Competitor Of All Time Uses To Destroy Ever Guard: Buchecha’s signature Folding Pass System. ...
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Learn Mount Attacks from Rickson Gracie Black Belt, Henry Akins! Uncover HIDDEN details that open an all-new perspective to securing submissions from one of Jiu-Jitsu’s most dominant positions...the MOUNT!
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When I was first starting out in jiujitsu I was 11 the only kid in class. Everyone else was 3x my size! As I started getting older and better I was able to start getting to top positions a lot more. But the proble...
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Nothing is quite as frustrating in BJJ as having a dominant position then losing it to someone who escapes. Mount in Brazilian Jiu-jitsu is a fantastic position for maintaining strong control. But there are a ...
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Would you like to have more pressure from the Mount position in BJJ? The Mount can be one of the best position in BJJ if you know how to use it. You can slowly squeeze the life from your opponent and setup the ...
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Concepts for Maintaining Mount by Roger Gracie
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Mount | Shoulder Lock with Professor Christopher Costa feat BJJ Joe
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Want to make more friends in training? Bust this out next time your spar! Great technique by De La Riva black belt David Moregao.
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Great option coming off a failed cross collar choke. You wedge your elbow in between their forearm and bicep and just trap their arm under your armpit and squeeze! Nice BJJ Gi by Doordie Hyperfly.
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Professor Gustavo Gasperin teaches how to deal with a tight defense from the Mount position setting up an easy Armbar.
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Kurt Osiander's move of the week.
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Kurt Osiander shows a nice transition from arm triangle to armbar from mount using a lot of pressure.
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Reilly put together quite a treat for Panda Nation: 9 minutes of instruction on transitioning from your mount escape into a leg attack.
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Collar Drag Sweep to the Mount Position I Cobrinha