While I am not a big on going for triangle chokes, the reverse triangle is a powerful pinning position that lends itself to many submissions such as wrist locks, chokes, arm locks, and of course the Kimura. This setup from the Kimura Trap is probably the easiest way of setting up a reverse triangle that […]

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Kimura to Triangle Choke Eric Ott is a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu brown belt and a MMA fighter fighting out of Long Island MMA. Eric Ott shows us how to do a triangle choke from a failed kimura.

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Team USA Judo coach and newaza expert Jimmy Pedro shows how to Prevent The Kimura From Over Under

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Josh “Star-Lord” Leduc put up a video showing this easy transition, so I had to put up my take on it and add it to the Kimura Trap System. The beauty is it’s so simple to do, and the opponent is so distracted from the Kimura, he doesn’t have time to react well to defend. […]

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Freddy Trillo is a black belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and the owner of Trillo Academy in Miami, Florida. In this video, Freddy walks us through how to secure a deep and secure Kimura grip from the side control position. From this grip, the attacking athlete has numerous options for a back-take, armbar, or triangle submission. […]

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Special guest Jean Machado teaches how to get into the Kimura and then into an Omoplata. Some great advice and little tricks and hacks in this video. Check it out and try it yourself on the mat. Let me know how it goes.

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In my free time (usually before bed) I think about potential techniques in what I call DJJ – Dream Jiu Jitsu. Sometimes they are total crap moves that only work in my head. But sometimes they turn out to be gold, and I believe this technique that I call the Kimura Bar to be a […]

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If you haven’t been watching my videos lately, you have been missing out on all sorts of strange Kimuras. Reverse Kimura, Sit Out Kimura, Double Reverse Kimura, the Kimura Bar, and a few more! This video is just a quick highlight giving you glimpse of the Kimura madness I have been teaching the past few […]

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