Here is another BJJ Video in which I make a return to the big screen... well... the screen. The sweep is a foundational move taught at the white belt level and as you progress as a BJJ player it is important
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In this BJJ Video - 8th Degree Gracie Red and Black Belt - Professor Pedro Sauer demonstrates a sweep. The key point demonstrated here is not to try to prevent your opponents knee from dropping or knee
Classy Grappler is in Austin with Darrin Lillian of Paragon Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. Darrin demonstrates the use of a knee shield and prevents the cross face. He grabs near the wrist and knee and then secures
The kimura or hip bump sweep is a very high percentage sweep used in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Nogi Submission Grappling and MMA. It is taught at the basic level of grappling and can reverse a position
The window of opportunity to defend against the mounted Americana is short. Here is a last ditch option when your opponent is going for the lock. This is a very common attack in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.
Here is one variation when you are pushed against a wall in a self defense situation. This is a knee reap/sweep.
Here is an option when your partner is balled up into the turtle position.
Here is an option for the twister when you get caught in scarf control (kesa Gatame). The twister is an attack option found in the nogi 10th Planet Jiu Jitsu system.
Here is the old school sweep from the 10th planet jiu jitsu system. Please note that this video is taken from our class and not in the typical Sub 101 format.