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Hip Thigh Knee Side Control | Xande Ribeiro

Fundamental Jiu Jitsu! Learn another way to maintain your dominance in the side control position.


Fix Your Jiu Jitsu – Ep 18 – Grappling Hooks | Rodolfo Vieira, Rafael Lovato Jr, Rafael Mendes, Keenan Cornelius

Mikey Musumeci teaches leg drag troubleshoot | GracieMag

Any technique videos that troubleshoots problems that may occurs are always worth sharing!

Fix Your Jiu Jitsu – Ep 17 – Beginner Tips To Break Sparring Patterns

A few quick tips for beginners to recognize patterns and break them.

Baltimore Jiu Jitsu

High Percentage Mounted Armbar – Rodolfo Vieira

In this video Rodolfo Vieira shows his set up for the highly effective Mounted Armbar. Works in both gi and nogi.


I also posted the Fix Your Jiu Jitsu videos of Rodolfo hitting it in competition. Take notes folks!

Fix Your Jiu Jitsu – Ep 16 – Your Wrist Is Mine | MORTAL WRISTLOCKS

Maryland BJJ

Fix Your Jiu Jitsu – Ep 15 – Judo Leg Sweeps For Jiu Jitsu | Nick Delpopolo

Legs sweeps are also great at setting up follow up techniques like double and single leg takedowns, guard pulls, or other throws and leg sweeps. Find a technique that you like and make it work for you. It won’t come easy initially. You have to drill the movements, drill the follow up if opponent counters, and drill counters so you know what to expect.

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Fix Your Jiu Jitsu – Ep 14 – Seeing The Omoplata Position | Rachel Demara, Clark Gracie, Zak Maxwell

Fix Your Jiu Jitsu is a quick analysis of a common mistake that occurs during Brazilian jiu jitsu competitions. There are numerous factors that can determine your success or failure in competitions; experience, strength and conditioning, body awareness, positioning, timing, the list goes on.


Fix Your Jiu Jitsu – Ep 12 – Rolling Armbar From Mount | Rodolfo Vieira, Tye Murphy

Fix Your Jiu Jitsu – Ep 11 – Break Armbar Defense Grips | Bernardo Faria, Andre Galvao, Rafael Lovato Jr

What do you do to break your opponent’s grip when they defend the armbar submission?