The Best Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Sweeps by Roger Jackson

The Best Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Sweeps

byRoger Jackson

Kobo ebook | May 24, 2013

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Table of Contents

Terms of Use
The Best Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Sweeps
Best Sweeps
Jiu-Jitsu Sweeps Techniques
Evitar a Guarda: Strategies for Avoiding the Guard
Words of Wisdom For Success in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
Additional Resources
Video Resource Links
The Best Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Sweeps

This is a compilation of exactly what was a 4 part series information published in Gracie Magazine in 2012 (July - October 2006, GM #'s 112 - 115). Gracie Magazine asked 20 of the best BJJ Black Belts what they thought were the best and most essential techniques that can boost or play a major job in your competitors game. To expand upon things, I've added most of the photos from a Google Image Search, and all of the videos from searching You Tube or editing existing clips and reposting them. Take a read, see exactly what you think, and post exactly what your remarks and/or additions are to the list.

1. Armbar from the closed guard by Ricardo "Cachorrão" Almeida:

"The armbar from the closed guard is a necessary submission hold in Jiu-Jitsu. Your opponent has 2 arms and one neck, so mathematically the probability of an armbar working vs. a choke hold is 2:1. First let's lay the foundation for a perfect armbar from the closed guard (attacking your partner's right arm). Initially, use your left hand to pin your partner's arm to your chest; your right hand controls your partner's elbow, squeezing it to your own hip. Second, use your left foot on your partner's hip to pivot your body 45 degrees to the right. Use your right leg to put your partner off balance. Third, the left leg catches your partner's head. 4th, pop the hips in.


Title:The Best Brazilian Jiu Jitsu SweepsFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:May 24, 2013Publisher:P MaldonadoLanguage:English

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