Self Defense DAY 10
Intro to BJJ White Belt Curriculum Vol 1 - Galvao • 7m 57s
1- GUILLOTINE CHOKE: The guillotine choke is a common submission in grappling and Mixed Martial Arts, especially when your opponent shoots for a double leg takedown with bent-over posture. When this happens quickly lock the head and curl it to downward while putting forward pressure with your hips to tighten the submission.
2- GUILLOTINE CHOKE WHEN TAKEN TO THE GROUND: It is common for your opponent to attempt to counter the previous guillotine submission by forcing the blast double-leg takedown. When this happens, be sure to keep your legs wide and fall into a closed guard position with the guillotine still locked. Now, the submission pressure is heightened as you create more traction with the downward pressure of your legs against pulling action of your hands.
Up Next in Intro to BJJ White Belt Curriculum Vol 1 - Galvao
Self-Defense DAY 11
1- FRONT BEAR HUG ESCAPE (OVER ARMS): The front bear hug escape incorporates the use of separation by pushing on the hips to stay at a safe distance and the power of the under-hook for the O-Goshi style hip toss to take your opponent down. Always create this separating base to preven...
Self-Defense DAY 12
1- PUNCH DEFENSE: This safety stance is a great way to defend against outside looping “haymaker” style punches by maintaining the center space – a key concept in jiu-jitsu. Once that inside space control has been established it is easy to follow-up with a throw like the below O-Goshi...
Self-Defense DAY 13
1- FRONT KICK DEFENSE: For the front push kick defense your goal is to catch the kick and then quickly lift it vertically while driving your opponent backward for the counter throw. Focus on his chambered knee and prepare with ade-quate spacing to avoid the brunt of the force. If you...