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Roy Dean Shows How To Setup A Triangle Choke From Closed Guard

The triangle choke from guard is one of the first submissions that you will typically learn in BJJ. It is highly effective and will work at all levels. There are so many ways to set up a triangle...

Roy Dean Shows A Clever Submission Trap Setup From Headquarters Position

If you’re passing Open Guard, getting into the Headquarters position is a great option – from which you’ll have a lot of opportunities to pass. This style which always starts from...

Roy Dean Shows A Great Figure Four To Armbar Transition

There are countless moves used in BJJ, and it can take decades for you to master most of them. Being great at Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu isn’t about how many techniques you know – it’s about how sound...
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Basic Side Control Escape: Here’s How To Do It

Just started training Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu? Awesome! For now, you should learn some basic techniques, especially defensive ones; such as the basic Side Control escape. Escaping the sidecontrol is one...

Roy Dean Shows A Simple, Yet Powerful Wrist Control

The gift wrap position is a very powerful that you should be using in your Jiu-Jitsu. It’s a kind of hybrid mount-back position where you can control your opponent. It is even possible to...

Kimura From Closed Guard: Setup (And Variations) By Roy Dean

Ah, the Kimura from Closed Guard… Many a times the first submission of every BJJ white belt. Hits right into the nostalgia, doesn’t it? Kimura (Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu), chicken wing/double...