Intro Jiu-Jitsu Day 9
Intro to BJJ White Belt Curriculum Vol 2 | Galvao • 17m
1- SCISSOR SWEEP: The scissor sweep is a basic sweep that works even at the black belt level. The key is trapping one arm so your opponent cannot post it for balance, and then loading him up onto your knee to make his leg feel weightless and easy to sweep.
2- HOOK SWEEP: The hook sweep is similar to the scissor sweep, but instead of loading your opponent’s weight on your knee shield, you hook his knee with your foot and propel him sideways. Like the scissor sweep, you will land in a dominant mount position.
3- HOOK SWEEP VARIATION.
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