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de la Riva Guard Sweep from double sleeve control

de la Riva Guard Sweep from double sleeve control

David Morcegao, Bull Terrier sponsored athlete, shows part 2 of the de la Riva guard seminar series. The push/pull sweep from the double sleeve control de la Riva guard.

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Andre Galvao leg drag position breakdown

Andre Galvao leg drag position breakdown

de la Riva black belt and Bull Terrier sponsored athlete, David Morcegao breaks down the invisible jiu jitsu behind Andre Galvao's leg drag position.

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Sneaky Triangle From Back Control

I havn't tried bad-ass triangle set up yet, but you know it's gonna happen soon. Grab someone, drill it and report back to Lockflow grapplers!

Props to Tommy for the find!

Learn A Double Leg Takedown From Dan Henderson

It's Dan Friggen Henderson talking about takedowns... no brainer... watch... duh.

Roy Nelson vs. Frank Mir-World Class Back Take Defense

Dan Faggella is a BJJ Academy Owner, No Gi Pan Am Champion at 130 pounds, and recognized expert in the area of back mount. Dan writes or Jiu Jitsu Magazine, Jiu Jitsu Style, MMA Sports Mag, and more - find more of his back attack articles and resources at http://microbjj.com/back-mount

Mounting an Offensive Attack from the Sprawl

Alan Belcher is a top UFC competitor and is recognized as one of the best submission grapplers in America. His new "Immunity Course" is built to teach ANYONE how to beat more experience grapplers.

Power Guillotine with Alan Belcher

Alan Belcher is a top UFC competitor and is recognized as one of the best submission grapplers in America. His new "Immunity Course" is built to teach ANYONE how to beat more experience grapplers. Get in on his Free video series at: www.MicroBJJ.com/Immunity

Alan Belcher Discusses How To Develop The Proper Building Blocks For Grappling

 

Every time we log on to YouTube or our favorite Brazilian Jiu Jitsu website, we normally look for our favorite grapplers.  Most of the time, these grapplers tend to be high level black belts that do some pretty amazing things on the mat that make our jaws drop.

Executing The Cage "Wall Walk" With the UFC's Alan Belcher

There are plenty of times in MMA where we see a fighter get pinned down near the cage—or on the cage—and not do anything about it.  They stay there and slow their energy resources get depleted as their opponent presses their dead weight onto them.

The fans grow uneasy and the fight begins to look bad.  While the ‘wall and stall’ tactic is useful, there is a good way to counter this and begin to mount an offensive attack.

Sergio "Babu" Shows a Sneaky, Enexpected Kneebar

One of MMA's Best Grappling Coaches Breaks down a Tricky Leg Lock

The beautiful thing about this sport we call Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is that it offers so many practical purposes that go beyond our sport.  For instance, it’s obvious that grapplers might often compete in Mixed Martial Arts and vice versa.

It’s a sport that teaches confidence as well as the ability to kick some serious butt without throwing punches or kicks.  BJJ is also a practical, real life self defense tool that anyone can use, even if you compete in the sport or not.

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