What is the Garry Tonon hug? Well, turns out it’s an open guard sweep! Check it out and let us know what you think in the comments below! How can you use this sweep to setup a leglock?

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I’ve done a number of videos recently on the Stand Up Sweep. And why not? it’s a great sweep! In this case, we execute the Stand Up Sweep when your opponent reacts the ‘right way’ to your attempted butterfly sweeps and submissions. It can always be part of your arsenal and as I’ve mentioned, it […]

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Sometimes in BJJ the Half Guard just isn’t going to work and you’re going to need a different position to switch to. This is the case especially if you have a good Half Guard. You’ll get known for having a good Half Guard and Half Guard Sweeps. And your opponent will begin to defend against […]

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Gracie Humaitá, Professor Carlos Wilson shows an open guard sweep that can work on a much heavier opponent

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Tornado Sweep Made Easy by Aaron Milam, 3rd Degree Black Belt under John Danaher and Renzo Gracie How do you do a Tornado Sweep? Aaron Milam is a 3rd Degree Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Black Belt under John Danaher and Renzo Gracie and a founding member of the Danaher Death Squad. Aaron was a key influence on […]

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Charles Negromonte, Roger Gracie Academy HQ Coach, former IBJJF South American Champion and World level athlete here goes over a sweep counter to back take he likes to use when his opponents post an arm when being swept from the Shin to Shin Guard in BJJ make this a must watch video filmed for the […]

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The Butterfly Sweep Without Underhook by Rafael Formiga “Bernardo Faria is a 5x World Champion. Bernardo started training Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu in Juiz de Fora – MG, Brazil at the age of 14 in 2001. After receiving the Black Belt from his first instructor Ricardo Marques in 2008, He moved to Sao Paulo to join BJJ […]

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With this combo you sweep from open guard with a double sleeve tripod sweep variation, then insert the DLR hook and take the Berimbolo ankle/belt grip and invert through to the back

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