Although an advanced game involves a lot of chaining of submissions, there are certain submission chains that work well even for beginners. This class starts with an attempted triangle that your opponent defends by successfully posturing up.
Here’s another class showing the basics of two fundamental side control attacks. A nice feature of these attacks is when your opponent defends against one, the other is often available, and you can swap back and forth between these attacks until you get one of them sunk in too far for your opponent to escape.
This class is another case of intending to do something else, but needing to come up with a replacement due to the class skill mix. We start off with an armbar from mount.
This class looks at a sweep that works well at all levels, especially when you take into consideration all the natural variations based on it. It looks like a sweep only a white belt could love, yet this scenario comes up pretty frequently. Much of the hip bump sweep maneuvering is reused for the kimura […]
After going through a defense series where everyone was being put in progressively worse positions to defend themselves. This culminated in defending against someone having your back. Nobody likes that. So to boost everyone’s self esteem, this class will cover how to think about back attacks.