The transition between standing techniques and ground techniques are rarely taught in BJJ. This is a small window of opportunity that is often neglected in BJJ. Capitalising on this moment is a speciality high level Judokas and Sambo players.
A perfect example of a Judo player that had mastered the transition game in Judo is Olympic bronze medalist Flavio Canto of Brazil. As soon as he would throw his opponent, he would make them fall in a way where he would already be setting up his submission on the ground. Canto is also a black belt in BJJ.
In order to transition from standing to ground, A gameplan in a BJJ match is really useful and can make a big difference in the outcome of a match. Many average BJJ players have beaten superior competitors because they had a game plan and stuck to it.
Having well-thought-out plan, having a goal, you avoid the fact of reacting to what your opponent does. You actually impose your game and your will.
To be effective you need to work on putting on a Game Plan that will have set transitions. This is the secret of all the best competitors in the world.
The sooner you can take someone down and set up a submission on them… The better off you will be in Jiu-Jitsu.
For example, you could use the following Paper Cut Choke setup, as demonstrated by the legendary Luis Heredia!
Learn How To Capitalize On Every Opportunity And Be Three Steps Ahead Of Your Opponent: 5x Black Belt World Champion Is Here To Show You How To Take Advantage Of The Transitions These Are The Secrets And Concepts That All The Best Blacks Utilize.
- Finally learn the invisible Brazilian jiu-jitsu secrets behind one of the trickiest and most technical aspects of the game: transitions.