3 Sweeps From Deep De La Riva Guard
BJJ Champion Thales Nakassu from the EVOLVE Fight Team demonstrates 3 Sweeps From Deep De La Riva Guard!
5 Submissions From The Mount
The mount is considered to be one of the most dominant positions. The person holding the mount can choose to either hold the person on the bottom on their back, deliver strikes (in a self-defense situation or MMA), or look for a variety of submissions by isolating the neck or one of the…
Shoulder Lock From Side Control
In this video, BJJ World Champion Jucimar Eller from the EVOLVE Fight Team demonstrates how to do a shoulder lock from side control.
3 Deep Half Guard Attacks
The deep half guard position is known for it’s versatility, it allows the deep half guard player a wide range of sweeps and submission opportunities from the bottom. In this video, 2x BJJ No-Gi World Champion Bruno Pucci from the EVOLVE Fight Team demonstrates 3 attacks from the deep half…
4 Leg Lock Submissions
2x BJJ No-Gi World Champion Bruno Pucci from the EVOLVE Fight Team demonstrates 4 different types of leg attacks for Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.
5 Sweeps From Closed Guard
The closed guard is one of the most popular and highly utilized guards in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. It’s popularity is due to its versatility, there are plenty of submission and sweep opportunities available from this position, in addition to being a sound defensive position. In this video, 2x BJJ World Champion…
5 Submissions From Side Control
Side control is one of the most dominant positions in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. This advantageous position offers a variety of submission and transition opportunities. In this video BJJ World Championship Silver Medalist Thiago Kozama from the EVOLVE Fight Team teaches 5 different methods to submit an opponent from side control.
5 Spider Guard Submissions
The Spider Guard involves gripping an opponent’s wrists or sleeves, and placing at least one of your feet on at least one of your opponents arms. The ball of your foot should be placed against your opponents bicep. This will give you control over your opponents posture, and give you the…
3 Deep Half Guard Passes
The deep half guard is performed by holding one of your opponent’s legs with your two legs while he’s on top of you and trying to pass your guard. It’s a popular position because the deep half guard player has the ability to perform a multitude of sweeps, submissions, and…
3 Butterfly Guard Passes
The butterfly guard entails the guard player placing their feet between the opponents legs and hooking the inside of the legs with their feet. With these hooks the guard player can try to disrupt the base of the guard player, and look for a variety of sweeps and submissions. In this…
3 Omoplata Variations
The omoplata is a technique in which the attacking student’s legs and hips are used to extend an opponent’s shoulder joint past its normal range of motion. In this video 2x BJJ World Champion Teco Shinzato from the EVOLVE Fight Team demonstrates 3 variations of the omoplata submission.
3 Ways To Sweep From Worm Guard
The worm guard involves taking an opponent’s lapel and wrapping it around your own shin, then passing it underneath the leg of your opponent. Your foot will be placed on your opponent’s hip. This creates leverage and allows you to control your opponents movement, and opens up opportunities to sweep.…
3 Reverse De La Riva Pass Variations
In this video, 2x BJJ World Champion Teco Shinzato from the EVOLVE fight Team demonstrates 3 reverse De La Riva pass variations.
3 Lapel Chokes From Full Guard
In this video BJJ Champion Fabio Da Mata from the EVOLVE Fight Team demonstrates 3 ways to choke an opponent from full guard utilizing their own lapel.
3 Knee Bars From Half Guard
The purpose of a knee bar is to hyperextend the knee. This is accomplished by trapping your opponent’s leg in between your legs, and securing it with your arms so that your opponent’s kneecap is pointing towards your body. You then apply pressure with your hips to hyperextend the knee. In this video, BJJ…
How To Do A Heel Hook
The heel hook is one of the most dangerous submissions in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, and is widely utilized in competition no-gi BJJ. It is done by controlling the hip/knee, as well as the foot. This move applies torque to the ankle, and can result in serious ligament and joint damage if…
4 Arm Locks From The Turtle Position
The turtle position is common defensive position in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. In this video, BJJ World Champion Jucimar Eller from the EVOLVE Fight Team demonstrates 4 different ways to submit an opponent with an arm lock from this position.
3 Back Takes From Bottom Half Guard
In this video, BJJ Champion Valdir Rodrigues from the EVOLVE Fight Team demonstrates 3 different ways to take an opponents back from the bottom half guard position.
5 Submissions From Side Control Using The Lapel
Multiple-time BJJ World Champion Abraao Falcao from the EVOLVE Fight Team demonstrates 5 submissions from side control using the lapel.
5 Sweeps From Worm Guard
The worm guard is one of modern Jiu-Jitsu’s most popular positions. It involves utilizing an opponents lapel and wrapping it around your own shin. In this video, BJJ Champion Valdir Rodrigues from the EVOLVE Fight Team demonstrates 5 sweeps from from worm guard.
Knee Bar From Closed Guard
Leg locks are some of the most devastating submissions in BJJ. The knee bar is the quintessential leg lock submission, and it can be secured from both the top and bottom position. In this video, BJJ No-Gi World Champion Takeo Tani teaches a knee bar submission from the closed guard.
5 Triangle Lock Variations
The triangle lock is one of the most effective submissions in BJJ. It is a very versatile submission that can be applied from a wide range of positions. In this video, BJJ champion Almiro Barros teaches five of his favourite variations on the triangle lock.
Knee Bar From Side Control
In order to be effective from the top position, you must be able to attack for a wide range of submissions. From side control, there are a variety of attacks you can use depending upon how your opponent defends. In this video, BJJ World Champion Leandro Issa teaches a knee bar…
Single Leg Defense To Omoplata
Takedown defense is an important skill for every BJJ practitioner to master. Unless you want to always fight off of your back, you need to be able to defend against an opponent’s takedown attempts. Takedown defense can also include smooth transitions into submission attacks. In this video, BJJ champion Marcos…