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  1. jasculs is offline

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    10 Grappling Technique Videos

    Here are some video of me teaching some techniques in some of my classes. Maybe they will help some and give some ideas.

    Also before anyone asks or mentions it: I am a Purple Belt in BJJ. I wrestled for 5 years then after wrestling I started BJJ/Sub-Wrestling and have been training in BJJ/Sub-Wrestling for 7 years, During that time I have been training Judo for about 5 years. So about 12 years grappling experience total. Just for those who may be concerned with my rank and experience :-)

    Videos without the gi:

    The Armbar (There are particular things that I do that I find makes the armbar much more effective for myself)

    I know that theres a million videos posted of the basic armbar, but I figured I'd post another one. This is a video of me teaching a basic armbar. Some things that I like to point out when drilling a basic armbar is:

    * controlling at the elbow with your opposite arm
    * keeping your elbows tight
    * establishing head control
    * keeping your legs tight and knees together
    * pushing at the face to make room to get your other leg over
    * not moving your hand off of your opponent's elbow as you push his face
    * angling your leg that is across their neck to the back of their head so you can get more leverage.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Doous6xbm6c

    The North/South Choke Without Using the Arm

    Here is a video of me showing how I do this choke without the arm in and how I clear the arm.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3XEYLpWacg0

    X-Guard Kneebar and Sweep from Kneebar attempt

    This video shows:

    *Getting into the X-Guard from butterfly guard. This was also shown in the gi video I posted, but this one is a bit clearer.
    *Going into a kneebar from x-guard
    *Switching to a sweep from the kneebar from x-guard

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0swNi23P33Y

    Basic No-Gi Flower Sweep

    This video discusses the flower sweep without the gi on and covers the arm positioning I work to get for this sweep especially without the gi on.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pp8l4SVgbuc

    Butterfly Pass Defense into No-Gi Open Guard Attacks

    This is a video of me showing a defense to a common way to set-up passes against the butterfly guard. Then it goes into attacks off of a no-gi open guard going into a kimura, triangle (two ways), and oma plata

    http://vids.myspace.com/index.cfm?fu...ideoID=8013012

    Closed Guard BJJ Techniques

    This video I posted about a year ago in reply to a post on MMA.tv

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v_0G5AXAYnI

    Videos with the gi:

    Breaking Open the Closed Guard on Knees

    Here is a video of me showing how I break open someones closed guard when I'm on my knees. This is something in the past that I used to have trouble with, but since I have experimented with it a lot I have found some really good details that has helped me to use this a lot with high percentage results to get my opponent's guard open when I am on the ground.

    While I do feel opening the guard from standing is very effective, there are times where it may be more effective to open someones guard on the ground.

    Some points that I bring up in the video that I feel are important:

    * Sitting low on my heels to make my base stronger
    * Keeping the tops of my feet flat to keep may body and base from leaning forward
    * Doing a shrugging motion so I can properly find and place my elbows in the pressure point areas in the inner part of my opponents knees.
    * Leading more with one arm so I can use it to check my opponent back down or what people call use "floating hands"
    * Placing my knee under directly under the butt check of the arm that is leading more. You'll find that if you place your right knee under his left butt cheek that it lifts his hips off of the ground and he can not reach up effectively anymore with his right arm. Leaving him only to reach with his left arm in which I am aware of.
    * Bringing your other knee up and stepping your leg back as you turn your hips into the groove that is made by his locked ankles.
    * Sinking your hips back down as you place pressure down with your elbow to complete to opening of his guard

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DeenCP1BOV0

    Single Stack Pass to Knee Pin Pass

    In this video I show the basic single sided stack pass and the basic knee pin pass. It also shows you how the two passes link very well together and how by using them together they make a great combination.

    http://vids.myspace.com/index.cfm?fu...ideoID=7936830

    X-Guard Techs (Cross Grip Sweep and Armbar)

    Here is a video of me showing an X-Guard sweep and armbar with the gi on and a short explanation of how to get into the X-Guard from butterfly guard.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BBZDIAqXJj4

    Bullfighter Pass with Gi

    This video shows the Bullfighter pass, and finish in two different ways. Finish into the knee on belly or finish into the reverse scarf hold. There is detail information on the mechanics of hip control with the reverse scarf hold and the importance of certain aspects such as standing up to break the guard and the motion of your legs when passing that I think are important in my opinion.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UQ93bI25Exc

    Thanks for watching!
    Jason
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    8/22/2007 7:43am


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    I love the X-guard sweep. We did something similar in class a while back except started from mount and you have to snake out to get your hook in
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    8/22/2007 10:47am


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    I like Jason's videos with detailed explanation points a whole lot better than the checklists. What I specifically liked was the caption messages on the video emphasizing detail points and reasons for them in the flow of instruction. That was well done.
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    8/22/2007 12:53pm


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    Quote Originally Posted by chingythingy
    I like Jason's videos with detailed explanation points a whole lot better than the checklists. What I specifically liked was the caption messages on the video emphasizing detail points and reasons for them in the flow of instruction. That was well done.
    Thanks...a visual is usually much clearer then a written document.
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    good stuff. I actually had a lot of those vids in my favorites on youtube already
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    8/23/2007 9:07am


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    Holy crap Jasculs, it was your video that I used to plan out my armbar drills a couple of weeks ago. =0!
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    Posted On:
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    Quote Originally Posted by jasculs
    Thanks...a visual is usually much clearer then a written document.
    Hey Jason, thanks for the clips.

    What belt rank are you in BJJ?

    CHeers.
    Quote Originally Posted by Sifu Rudy Abel
    "Just what makes a pure grappler think he can survive with an experienced striker. Especially if that striker isn't following any particular rule set and is well aware of what the grapplers strategies are".
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    8/23/2007 11:28am


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    You're welcome. This was posted in the beginning of the thread:

    Also before anyone asks or mentions it: I am a Purple Belt in BJJ. I wrestled for 5 years then after wrestling I started BJJ/Sub-Wrestling and have been training in BJJ/Sub-Wrestling for 7 years, During that time I have been training Judo for about 5 years. So about 12 years grappling experience total. Just for those who may be concerned with my rank and experience :-)
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    Posted On:
    8/23/2007 12:25pm

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasculs
    You're welcome. This was posted in the beginning of the thread:
    Yeah, who reads that much when there is video. :)

    Besides, I wasn't asking to bust your balls but to tag you as a purple.
    Quote Originally Posted by Sifu Rudy Abel
    "Just what makes a pure grappler think he can survive with an experienced striker. Especially if that striker isn't following any particular rule set and is well aware of what the grapplers strategies are".
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    8/23/2007 12:34pm


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    Besides, I wasn't asking to bust your balls but to tag you as a purple.
    I know....I figured..I'd write my experience in the beginning of the thread because there are some people who are unfortunately concerned with that.
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