Roger Gracie is undisputedly the greatest jiu jitsu practitioner of all time. Just last year he affirmed his domination and retired from competition after defeating Marcus Almeida Buchecha.
Recently Gracie taught how he likes to alter his plan if the opponent defends the kimura well. For Roger this is a great opportunity to attack from behind.
To check out the great kimura details press play below – and keep on watching Gracie shares a lot of never before seen details!
5x World BJJ champion Bernardo Faria has developed the No Gi Half Guard. His submissions and sweeps works just as easily for No Gi, if not easier.
1.In No Gi there are not as many grips you can play. For example, you can’t play spider guard and the whole array of guards that stem from it. His guard works perfectly.
2.There are not a lot of grips your opponent can use to stop your sweep while playing No Gi. They can’t grab your collar, sleeve or pants obviously. Again, his guard works perfectly.