2 Minute Jiu Jitsu Ep.22: William’s Guard Triangle

2 Minute Jiu Jitsu Ep.22: William's Guard Triangle

In my opinion, the Williams Guard is one of the very best closed guard games to play in either No Gi or MMA. The reason for this is the Williams Guard offers fantastic control over your opponent, yet still allows you plenty of sweeping or submission options. In episode 22 of 2 Minute Jiu Jitsu, […]

2 Minute Jiu Jitsu Ep.21: Worm Guard Back Sweep

2 Minute Jiu Jitsu Ep.21: Worm Guard Back Sweep

The Worm Guard is probably the most well-known of all Lapel guards and it is a highly effective way to tie up your opponent and attack them. In episode 21 of 2 Minute Jiu Jitsu, you’ll learn a basic worm guard set up and one of the simplest sweeps. Did you download your Free copy […]

2 Minute Jiu Jitsu Ep.20: De La Riva Recovery Drill

2 Minute Jiu Jitsu #20

If you want to be a guard player, you have to understand how to maintain and recover your guard. Episode 20 of 2 Minute Jiu Jitsu, covers a De La Riva / Reverse De La Riva recovery drill. This is a very important movement to learn if you love to play guard. Did you download […]

2 Minute Jiu Jitsu Ep 10: Kimura From Side Control

2 min Jiu Jitsu #10: Kimura Form Side Control

Attacking a submission that gives up your dominant position is always a risk. After all, if your submission attempt fails, you could end up in a poor position. The classic example of this would be the armbar from mount or side control. This is one reason the Kimura from North-South is a fantastic submission for […]

Triple Threat Submission Series From The Back

Triple Threat Submission Series For BJJ

If I knew about a simple way you could submit your opponents from the back…that was still under the radar… would you want me to share it with you? Great, here’s a submission sequence I’ve been using for while to routinely submit my opponents. I use a bunch ways to catch my opponents from the […]

Three Ways To Get Choke From The Back

Three Ways To Get The Choke From The Back In Jiu Jitsu

The back is arguably the most dominant position in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. Once you get good at controlling the position, it will be difficult for your opponent to escape. Getting to the back is my primary goal whenever I’m sparring or in a competition. Not only does the back offer you many submission opportunities, but […]

Don’t attack for a submission unless…

S Mount Arm Bars

Back when I was a humble blue belt, I desperately wanted to become a submission monster and have Helio Gracie like ability to tap anyone… unfortunately, Jiu Jitsu is a cruel mistress more often than not my fumbling submission attempts would end in failure and me getting squashed by like a pancake. Then I stumbled […]