An awesome sweep you should use whenever you have a failed guillotine. Its great when you already have your shin across your opponents stomach but sometimes you can create it with some good leg movement.

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This video demonstrates the “Collar Tie Guillotine”. Its kinda like a nogi loop choke as well. Check out the details and you are sure to find something useful.

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Kurt Osiander shows a powerful choke from side control where you change sides to add extra leverage when your opponent defends. The outspoken Kurt Osiander is one of the most well-known instructors in the world and certainly has a tough old school BJJ game. Kurt recently released his first instructional series for BJJ Fanaticsentitled Fundamentals of a Jiu […]

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Sometimes when you are attacking the Kimura lock from top, your opponent takes a strong defensive grip. If you can not break the grip, I like to go immediately to this variation of the Paper Cutter Choke.

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A review of the 6 Side Control Chokes from our recent classes here at the Invisible Jiu Jitsu Academy. Including the Knee on Neck Choke, nogi loop choke, Canto Strangle, Own Lapel Papercutter Choke, Lapel Papercutter Choke, and the Lapel Baseball choke. Which is your favourite??

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The Power Guillotine or Nogi Ninja Choke is Super Powerful and can Really Catch your Opponent Unawares. Learn from Black Belt David Morcegao How to Set it Up Whether You Have Long Monkey Arms or Short T-rex Arms.

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an inverted triangle attack you can execute from your guard while your opponent is trying to pass. There are other variations I can show at another time. Over under pass, sometimes from bottom side control when you leave your arm between the legs, etc. I also show a defense I like to use when I […]

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How to execute what I call “The Muffler”. Its a suffocation technique where you control your opponents arms and then cover the mouth and nose of your opponent. I also show what I call “the Slingshot” which is a technique to trap one of your opponents arms with your legs so you can attack the […]

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They think you’re going for an omoplata, then you switch to other side omoplata to cross collar choke. Simple and effective!

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