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Cross Collar Choke Without Using The Gi – Yes, It Is Possible

Most Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu athletes and coaches would argue that the most dominant position in Jiu-Jitsu is the back control. And that, subsequently, the most dominant submission is the Rear Naked...

Khabib Nurmagomedov Shows How To Set Up A Triangle Choke From Mount

Khabib Nurmagomedov is one of the greatest mixed martial arts (MMA) athletes to ever competed in the history of the sport. But there’s one advantage that you have when it comes to Nurmagomedov...

Nicolas Renier Shows Simple & Effective Mount Escapes

Many BJJ practitioners believe that Luta Livre is just a No Gi version of BJJ but that can’t be further from the truth. Any BJJ grappler that has had he chance to train in a legit Luta Livre...
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Roger Gracie Shows Details For The Perfect Cross Choke From Mount

Roger Gracie is, for many, the greatest Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu athlete of all time. And how did he achieve that? By being a submission artist and by mastering the basics. By improving them to the point...

Xande Ribeiro Shows A Mount Escape Everyone Can Do

Stuck under Mount? That’s too bad… But this is no time to ponder your bad luck – you’ve got to prepare to escape immediately! You need to look for space to frame on the...

Here’s How To Escape Mount If Opponent Flattens Foot

So you’re stuck under Mount and you’re trying to figure out a route to escape… So you go the basic (but very efficient) path: getting your knee next to their foot, and then using...
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Gordon Ryan Shows The Best Way To Control Mount In Jiu-Jitsu

Be honest with us: how often does it happen that, after you finally reach Mount position, your training partners escape it? And not only escape after a lot of effort, but doing so quite easily?...

This Armbar From Mount Setup Works Like A Charm (You Need To Learn It)

So you’re finally in Mount – congratulations! You’ve worked hard to get to this dominant position and now a plethora submissions are at your disposal. But there’s only one...

The Knee Fold – Ultimate Detail To Arm Triangle Mount Transition

Kata-Gatame/ Head and arm choke/ Arm Triangle choke is used as a hold down in Judo, and it is mostly used as a choke in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and mixed martial arts. There are many schools of thought...
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Henry Akins Demonstrates Americana Lock When Opponent Locks Arms

The Ude Garami aka the ‘Americana’ is probably the first submission you will learn in a Jiu-Jitsu class. It’s very basic and very powerful. If you have been training a long time, then chances...

The “Lumbar Crush To Elevator” Is A Great Way To Escape Mount

Basics… Work! And they work well, but the thing a lot of jiujiteiros make a mistake in is in thinking that just because something „works“, that it’ll work in the same way for every...

David Avellan Shows How To Finish The Mounted Kimura

Kimura trap system is widely credited to David Avellan, ADCC bronze medalist and a man of many other accomplishments! The kimura trap system is designed as a powerful submission system that counters...
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Henry Akins Shows How To Transition To Mount From Half Guard

Most Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu athletes and coaches would argue that the most dominant position in Jiu-Jitsu is the back control. And that, subsequently, the most dominant submission is the Rear Naked...

Jeff Glover Shows How To Do The Kimura – From Bottom Mount

Stuck in Mount? What do you think about… Going for a Kimura? Playing defense in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is most commonly associated with evading submissons and escaping bad positions. However, just...

Buchecha Shows A Really Explosive Mount Escape To Butterfly Guard

Getting stuck in Mount is one of the worst spots to be in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. Especially if your opponent knows what he is doing – it can get really discouraging, really fast. So much so that...
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This Mount Escape Is Great For Jiu-Jitsu – But Terrible For MMA

Listen up: there’s a pretty high chance that you’re making Jiu-Jitsu way more complicated than it really is. Other than learning some extremely complicated sequences of techniques, you’re...

Here’s How To Transition To Mount After Losing Back Control In BJJ

The Mount is the second-most dominant position you could get to in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. But it can also be extremely difficult to transition into. Namely, when you get to the back, your training...

Isolating The Hips: The Mount Escape Detail You Don’t Use

The Shrimp (i.e. Hip Escape) is one of the most fundamental moves in BJJ and probably one of the first ones you’ll learn. But that doesn’t mean you have to keep doing it the way you’ve been...
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Here’s How To Counter The Mount “Leg Escape” In Jiu-Jitsu

The mount position is one of the most dominant controlling positions in BJJ. It is one of the fundamental positions in Jiu-Jitsu and is arguably one of the most valuable lessons a student will learn...

Roger Gracie Shows A Great Wrist Lock Setup From Mount

Most Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu athletes and coaches would argue that the most dominant position in Jiu-Jitsu is the back control. And that, subsequently, the most dominant submission is the Rear Naked...

Here Is A Simple Way To Beat The Grapevine (From Bottom Mount)

So you’re in bottom Mount and your opponent hooked your legs? This is called a grapevine. And it can be quite difficult to get rid of. When you are stuck in bottom mount, one of the ways your...
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How To Escape Mount When Opponent Covers Your Head?

Remember every time you are stuck in the mount and you can’t escape for dear life? You are being smashed and left at the mercy of your opponent and are clueless on how to escape? For many...

This Escape Technique Will Make You Much More Confident When Stuck In Mount

Let’s keep it real: there have been lots of times when you were stuck in your training partner’s or opponent’s Mount when you’ve resorted to doing the bridge and roll technique – otherwise...

A Better Way To Set Up The Cross Collar Choke From Mount (Use Your Elbow)

Most Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu athletes and coaches would argue that the most dominant position in Jiu-Jitsu is the back control. And that, subsequently, the most dominant submission is the Rear Naked...