In a recent conversation with a blue belt, I heard something that got me thinking… My blue belt friend had been rolling with an higher belt (purple or brown) and caught him with a “mercy” lock (the technique Vagner Rocha hit on Marcin Held at Kasai) and the upper belt responded by calling the move
Kesa-Gatame (袈裟固) is one of the seven mat holds, Osaekomi-waza, of Kodokan Judo. In grappling terms, it is categorized as a side control hold. Many Judo throws lead naturally to Kesa-Gatame, since the classic judo hold places one grip on the opponent’s lapel and one grip near the opponent’s elbow. Then as one enters the ground phase, one arm goes around the opponent’s
This week’s Aces Jiu Jitsu Club Technique of the Week is the Quarter Guard Pass This is a SUPER useful situation that catches people off-guard and ultimately will help you crush many types of folks that like to play the “Sport BJJ” game. Here’s hoping that you catch your next opponent with this slick Quarter Guard
Here is ANOTHER FREE BJJ Aces Jiu Jitsu Club Technique from AcesJiuJitsuClub.com! This is our “One pass to rule them all” where we teach you how to CRUSH high-level guard attacks BEFORE they become a problem instead of after. If you love our videos then come find out why thousands have trusted us to help
WELCOME TO ANOTHER WEEK OF BJJ!!! For this week’s Aces Jiu Jitsu Club Technique of the Week we are going to be covering the Double Under Pass With A Bonus Choke! This pass is SUPER effective especially for passing super mobile opponents whos hips and legs seem to be “all over the place”!
Aces Jiu Jitsu Club Technique of the Week: The Weave Pass Passing the guard is literally one of my favorite things to do in BJJ! So it’s going to be especially fun to empower you to learn how to cut through the guard like a hot knife! When I first learned the Weave Pass pass it
This week we are revisiting the Triangle Choke Game! A lot of historic fights have been won and lost because of the Triangle Choke. In this video we share some HIGH-LEVEL details to make it work for you even when your opponent knows it’s coming! From Wikipedia: Tactically speaking, the triangle choke is a very