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Robson Moura‪ – Reverse De LA Riva Sweep – BJJ Weekly Issue #097‬

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Robson recently shot a very nice technique for us. He addresses the reverse De La Riva position, a position being widely used right now in sport jiu-jitsu. This setup will make your opponent feel like they can pass but as you load their weight the sweep happens fast and the finish happens even faster. Check it out!

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Augusto ‘Tanquinho’ Mendes – Passing the 50/50 Guard – BJJ Weekly #058

In this segment, Augusto ‘Tanquinho’ Mendes shares the technique he’s been using lately in competition to defeat the 50/50 guard. It’s really important to keep your trapped leg straight so that you keep your opponent from getting underneath you. Once you have a good base and the trapped leg is straight you can stand to break the legs open and then work the pass. There is a lot of subtle movements in this technique so work it with your training partner for a while in drilling before trying it live.


Vitor Shaolin Riberio’s Spider Guard Secrets

In these videos Vitor ‘Shaolin’ Ribiero shows nice techniques to use while in spider guard.

In this video Vitor ‘Shaolin’ Ribiero shows us a nice technique for setting up a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu sweep while in spider guard.

In this segment Vitor Shaolin Ribiero picks up where we left off last week with some more variations on spider guard sweeps.

Vitor ‘Shaolin’ Ribiero Spider Guard Sweep IV

Vitor Shaolin BJJ NYC Instructional Video: Spider Guard to Omoplata.

Vitor’s NYC school located on 47th Street and 8th Ave in Manhattan NYC.


Judo for Jiu Jitsu – Jimmy Pedro – Osoto-Gari – BJJ Weekly #047

All Jiu-Jitsu matches start from standing, but at a lot of schools rolling starts from the knees. Some traditional Judo throws and take downs can be extremely effective and put you in a better position than pulling guard if completed successfully. In this episode of Judo for Jiu-Jitsu Jimmy Pedro, 4x Olympian and coach of the US Olympic Judo team shares a really nice technique that you can put to work in your game.


Phil Migliarese – Attacking the Back – Yoga Hook – BJJ Weekly #049

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Phil Migliarese is a 4th degree Relson Gracie blackbelt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. He has been training for over 20 years and currently runs Balance Studios in Philadelphia with his brother Rick. In this video Phil shares some of the tactics he has been using lately to open up attacks from the back, and how he uses his ‘Yoga Hook’ to improve his position.