Technique Of The Week: BJJ Guillotine Choke [Video]

UFC Lightweight Jake Matthews and all time BJJ champion show you some moves that are fitted in all combat fight. Takedown will leave you in the clear of getting locked up in a nasty guillotine choke.

In this video UFC lightweight Jake Matthews demonstrates teaches you the takedown method that avoids the risk of getting choked out in Submission Radio’s “Technique of the week”.

He is also a BJJ brown belt and holds four submission victories over his opponents. In the above video, Jake shows how to minimize the risk of getting stuck in your opponent’s guard. This variation of double leg takedown also leaves a side control, which is not only advantageous in MMA and BJJ, but also creates opportunities for your own offense and control.

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20 Most Outstanding Submissions By Specialists In The MMA History- Video

For an MMA fighter, submission plays an important role for two very simple reasons. First of all, it gives you the skill to submit your opponent and the other to help you avoid being submitted by him. We do not doubt the fact that you might already be aware of it. But, to specialize in it is definitely not a child’s play.

This video by UFC – Ultimate Fighting Championship will help us to learn 20 Most Outstanding Submissions In The MMA Specialists History:

So, if you ever wondered even for a moment what famous submission moves were in the history of MMA specialists, this video is the one for you. From Frank Mir’s shoulder locks and armbars to Royce Gracie who’s a specialist in all BJJ techniques, it will leave you enthralled. Take a look, believe it for yourself, will you?

Fighters who are a specialist in their submission moves are often considered far more dangerous and unpredictable in comparison to others. To be like them you ought to train and use the correct technique at the correct time. Sometimes the best way is to watch and learn. So, did you?

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Complete Manual For Fight Ending Elbow Strike MMA Submission Holds – Video

After a number of years, MMA has just shortlisted itself in the most liked sports of the world. It seems interesting watching two people trying to compete with one another’s physical power. For most people who take it seriously, elbow strikes mean a lot in terms of powerful MMA submission holds and it is much more about strength and potent.

A fight ending elbow strike executed by a fighter brings the opponent straight down. This phenomenal video by “Fight TIPS” completely guides you with the ultimate fight ending elbow strikes.

A great potential is required for particular MMA submission holds when the attacker frequently hits with his elbow and makes the opponent severe to injury and unconsciousness. The competitor situates himself with a perfect strength training routine so that he may attain the motion of an axe for hitting the opponent hard.

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When Size Meets Skill: Bodybuilders vs. Jiu Jitsu Fighter! MUST WATCH – Video

What happens when two different skills share one stage? Size and brute strength meet skill and jiu-jitsu training.

This video by “MuscleTV” shows what happens when bodybuilders and jiu-jitsu fighters share their exercise routine with each other…

Bodybuilders work for their muscles. This includes bench press exercise for chest or for arm muscles and cable road for back muscle exercise. These combined make a perfect bodybuilder. On the other hand, Jiu-Jitsu is all about moves and its speed. It includes gripping, pulling, famous in Jiu-Jitsu submission moves and the related exercises that build jiu-jitsu strength and flexibility.

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Everything You Need To Know About Knee On Belly Submission Baseball Choke

Jiu Jitsu is not just a sport, but it is more than that. It’s a way to change your life. You hear a lot of people talk about the Jiu Jitsu lifestyle, but they need to understand what does this technique refer to. One of the important techniques in jiu-jitsu is Knee On Belly (also known as Kneemount).

Here is a video from Great Grappling showing a very powerful choke from the Knee On Belly position.

Knee On Belly bjj submission is one of the most underrated positions in Jiu Jitsu. Having said that it’s an excellent way to dominate your opponent. The main thing that you need to keep in mind is the pulling up with the setup hand. The setup hand is the initial thumb put into the collar behind the neck. Best way is to put this hand in the collar in the side control position.

To master in Knee On Belly submission, you need to follow this process for a month before you start catching people during rolling.

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