worm guard

Worm Guard – BJJ Technique Explained

It is incredible how the guard in BJJ has evolved in the last few decades. Going from closed guard, open guard, spider guard, and...
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...
rubber guard

Rubber Guard – BJJ Technique Explained

When rubber guard first came out many BJJ traditionalists dismissed it as ineffective. Just a gimmick that wouldn’t work in competition.Turns out many of...
kimura

Kimura Lock: BJJ Submission Explained

If you were forced to choose only one submission when grappling, the kimura may be the best one. The kimura lock may be the...
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...
toe hold

The Toe Hold – BJJ Submission Explained

Grapplers talk about the power of the heel hook a lot, but there’s another leg lock that’s also pretty nasty. It’s tight, powerful, IBJJF...
ezekiel choke

Ezekiel Choke: BJJ Technique Explained

With UFC fighter Aleksei Oleinik going on a ridiculous streak of submitting opponents with an ezekiel choke, it’s become a popular technique again. Thanks...
ankle lock

Ankle Lock – BJJ Technique Explained

With the booming popularity of leg locks in BJJ, heel hooks are getting most of the shine. Many of the other leg locks, while...
brabo choke

Brabo Choke – BJJ Submission Explained

One of the most diverse chokes in Gi Jiu Jitsu is the brabo choke. It is a choke that has a high success rate...
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...