– Brent Appiarius Long Island MMA grappling coach and brown belt in BJJ under Gregg DePasqaule. -Brent teaches us how to do a Kimura from the north south position. If you do this correct your opponent will be feeling the pressure.

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Ashleigh Grimshaw, top UK Pro MMA fighter, No Gi Athlete and coach at Urban Kings MMA in London is here filmed by the Warrior Collective giving a tutorial on a way he likes to set up and get an easy americana finish from top side control in no gi submission wrestling or MMA.

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Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu genius Renzo Gracie shows how to use a very fundamental move (the key-lock aka americana) in a way that it will surprise your opponent when across side. We dubbed it “Answering the phone”.

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3x ADCC Trials Champ & Grappling Wizard Tom DeBlass shows a very effective Kimura from Top Half Guard with a different grip than most people are used to…

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Cobrinha’s latest technique of the week is all about executing a kimura in nogi

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One of my favorite techniques. One of the favorites of my students. I see it used on my mat nearly every night and I’ve seen it used often in competition to great effect. In short, this works. It’s a great attack and gives you plenty of options. Take a close look and see the little […]

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I love half guard. But you might notice if you also get into half guard a lot that sooner or later your training partners start to Kimura you! We have done some videos on just that! However, with a bit of thought and some little tricks, you can turn that Kimura attempt into a back […]

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One of my favorite submissions in Brazilian JiuJitsu is the Kimura. It’s a versatile BJJ technique that can be done from both bottom or top. As a submission or a setup to other attacks and positions. And there are so many variations of the technique itself. And it seems to favor people with shorter stronger […]

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Gustavo gasperin shows how to properly defend the Kimura fom Half-Guard and also how to counter it with a Kimura of your own

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I learned this throw back from my wrestling days in high school under coach Tirso Valls. We used to set this up from a Russian 2-1 tie up, but it can also be combined with the standing arm lock for a sneaky combination. You do not need to be a good thrower to execute this […]

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