Stephan Kesting shares his entire e instructional on controlling and attacking the back from the weak side with BJJ black belt Rob Biernacki

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EBI Vet, ADCC Trials Qualifier, Heel Hook Specialist, Tristar Brown Belt & Danaher Death Squad Member Oliver Taza shows a quick and slick arm drag setup to the back from knee shield, Oliver has been on a total rampage lately heel hooking his was through the competition but his game is very well rounded and […]

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Arm triangle back take | How to BJJ Techniques Jiu Jitsu Virus by Alberto Serrano

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Neil Melanson, The Ground Marshal, explores, in episode 2, countering the frame by utilizing misdirection. He covers a technique called ‘belly down float’ where he leverage the misdirection he creates in order to finish the attack. Coach Neil also covers some important topics when it comes to the ground game such as the management of […]

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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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While others double guard pull into an endless 50/50 battle, Lucas Lepri gets to the point quickly with a nice throw to back take sequence View post on imgur.com

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ZombieProofBJJ NoGi Techniques: Using the foot hook to get into Ashi Garami from Turtle, when the opponent starts circling to your back you can extend the closest leg and spin with the momentum for a heel hook or reversal ???? (I still use this from failed shots when they are closer to fully behind me […]

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Serra Jiu Jitsu’s top black belt and newest Danaher Death Squad protege, Jason Rau is a rising star in the Sub-Only scene. In this Mini-Instructional Series, this young prodigy teaches you some of his best attacks from Reverse De La Riva. While these moves are demonstrated without the gi, the concepts, theories and movements can […]

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