bulldog choke

Bulldog Choke – BJJ Technique Explained

In Jiu Jitsu, there are some techniques you look at and question the legitimacy of. You might say to yourself, when would I ever...
anaconda choke

Anaconda Choke – BJJ Submission Explained

Getting front headlock control on your opponent opens a lot of possibilities to get different types of chokes. Guillotine chokes, darce chokes, and the...
Imanari Roll

Imanari Roll – BJJ Submission Explained

With grapplers training leg locks more than ever in this era of Jiu Jitsu more entries are being innovated. Everyone that likes attacking the...
Omoplata

Omoplata – BJJ Submission Explained

To have a top notch guard game in Jiu Jitsu one of the must know submissions is the Omoplata. It is one of the...
darce choke

Darce Choke – BJJ Submission Explained

There’s a series of front headlock chokes with numerous entries you need to know. One that is a phenomenal submission to add to your...
armbar submission

Armbar – BJJ Submission Explained

An armbar is one of the most basic submissions you must know how to do. It’s one of the 5 basic submissions you learn...
heel hook

Heel Hook: BJJ Submission Explained

They were considered the forbidden technique for years in Jiu Jitsu, but today heel hooks are among the most popular techniques to learn. Instructors in...
Guillotine choke

Guillotine Choke : BJJ Submission Explained

The guillotine choke seems pretty simple enough. You wrap your arm around an opponent’s neck, lock your hands, and strangle. It’s simplicity is why it...
rear naked choke

Rear Naked Choke – RNC – BJJ Submission Explained

The rear naked choke is without a doubt the most known submission in the world and practiced in every type of grappling art. The rear...
peruvian necktie

Peruvian Necktie: BJJ Submission Explained

When a submission with a name as nasty sounding as the Peruvian Necktie, you know it’s a good one. It was created in the...