Back from a week of training Hidden Jiu Jitsu in Costa Rica with Sub and Surf BJJ Camp!
I filmed this wrap up video just to share with you guys some of the stuff I showed at my BJJ camp in Costa Rica and people's reaction and experience learning it.
Many people said it was completely game changing!
Of course we filmed it all and I'm excited to be able to share footage of the camp with you all in the near future. For now, check out this video with the breakdown on what I covered.
This is a very simple and fast arm lock for when your opponent tries to escape the mount by throwing his legs around your torso.
You just slide your body up and around whichever arm you want to take and make sure your knee slides over and past the head keeping your knees pinched tight.
Trust me, after getting caught a few times with this your training partners will realize there is a reason why people say pushing when mounted is not a good idea.
Just like I promised, we just added MORE videos to the mount maintenance course so if you haven’t seen them yet, check them out.
In this video I give some details on how to better get your leg under your opponents.
First step is getting your leg to the ground, then once you get your leg to the ground I turn my toes toes towards the ground so when I lift my knee my leg kind of scrapes along the ground underneath my opponents toes and foot. The other helpful detail to getting under is doing a slight side crunch and using your elbow to help push their leg down closer towards your knee.
This is a great drill to practice often to keep you sharp on how to maintain your mount against an opponent trying to push you off. Pushing is commonly taught as bad thing to do when you get mounted and so students after their first few months of training stop relying on this as an escape.
Because of that people stop expecting it and start to lose the...
I always tell people the umpa is the most powerful tool for escaping the mount but most people don't know how or when to use it. In one of the videos I show you how to use the umpa when your opponent has their arms spread out wide and are sprawling or hipping into you. The traditional way of trapping the arm doesn't work so check out what I do to secure the arm and take away my opponents post. Watch Now Click Here
Once you learn how to properly do a technique then you need to develop the sensitivity and timing of when to use it. This is why ...
For me every experience in life is an opportunity to learn and grow. I wanted to use the fight as an opportunity to help you get a deeper understanding of Jiu-Jitsu.
After the fight I heard a lot of people comment on "How the heck did Yamamoto escape that super tight armlock!???"
Yamamoto looked like he should of been done!
But as you all know there is an escape for everything, and fortunately he used the right move for the right situation. In this video I'm going to share with you, I show and explain how to make your armlock super tight and prevent the roll out escape.
The details and adjustments are so small if I don't point them out they may stay Hidden to you!
Butt scooting, inverting and so many other things you see in modern jiu-jitsu exist because people have forgotten the true purpose of jiu-jitsu. The basics is what works! That's why I teach the basics taught to me by Rickson Gracie.
Working with Dr. Belisa has completely changed the way I breathe and has made a dramatic difference in my endurance and recovery in a very short period of time. I learned some stuff about breathing from Rickson but this was on another level. I'm planning on hosting her at Dynamix Martial Arts next month to do a workshop and share with with my students and the martial arts community how the ability to breathe properly and can have a profound effect on your performance. This will be open to everyone but space will be limited so let me know if you're interested.
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