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Hoodini Style Counter to Kimura From Half Guard w/ Reverse Kimura & Back Take

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Hoodini Style Counter to Kimura From Half Guard w/ Reverse Kimura & Back Take

Jiu-Jitsu is limitless. There are always new techniques being developed.

Everybody knows the Kimura, the powerful shoulder lock but how about this Kimura variation?

The Kimura would be known as the Reverse Ude Garami, or the Double Wrist Lock in Catch Wrestling circles.

There are a lot of different names and sources to what we now know as the Kimura Lock. The most famous of them is the story of Masahiko Kimura, who the technique is now named after.

It is a very effective and powerful lock that can be placed from almost any position, top or bottom.

When you are in top half guard and your opponent locks up a kimura, try locking a reverse kimura, falling to your side while trapping the leg and either submit them or take the back. This is a very powerful counter.

Jeremy Arel from Great Grappling shows this technique beautifully:

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