Intro Jiu-Jitsu Day 15
Intro to BJJ White Belt Curriculum Vol 2 | Galvao • 11m
1- KIMURA FROM SIDE CONTROL: The kimura from side control is a dominant submission. Once you sink the grips into the figure-four lock, it is very hard for your opponent to escape it. The kimura grip is also an excellent control that you can keep as you transition to other positions.
2- KIMURA 2: There are different ways to get to the kimura from side control, and this variation is a great set-up for both the kimura and straight armlock. You can also use it to take the back. Get the kimura grip and move to north-south to finish the kimura from your knees.
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Intro Jiu-Jitsu Day 16
1- STRAIGHT ARMLOCK: The straight armlock from side control can catch your opponent off guard. When he extends his arm close to your left side, take advantage of his mistake and swing your leg over his head for a quick armlock that he won’t see coming!
2- ARMLOCK FROM KNEE ON BELLY: ...
Intro Jiu-Jitsu Day 17
1- STRAIGHT ELBOW LOCK FROM SIDE CONTROL: The straight elbow lock from side control is a great combination submission that works well with the key lock and kimura. Keep a grip on your opponent’s wrist and you can transition between the submissions seamlessly.
2- NORTH-SOUTH KIMURA: ...
Intro Jiu-Jitsu Day 18
1- PAPER CUT CHOKE: The paper cut choke is a tight submission you can find when your partner tries to hug around your back from north-south. The way your elbow cinches down under his chin acts as a paper cutter, slicing down like a blade. By the time your partner realizes there is a ...