Xande Ribeiro BJJ Library Anti Wrestling No Gi Guard
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Xande’s No Gi Anti-Wrestling Series 10 – Knee Shield To Half Guard Bodylock Backtake
When you’re in the knee shield, your opponent may not apply pressure and will instead sit back and stalk the game, waiting for their next opportunity. In this situation, you may bridge the gap by attempting a double under bodylock from the half guard and working your way back from there.
Triangle from the Knee Shield, Xande’s Anti Wrestling No Gi Series 9
When your opponent is bearing down with a lot of weight, Xande teaches a triangle set up from the knee shield. This technique is fairly complex and can be difficult to perfect since a fundamental component of its effectiveness is that your opponent must respond correctly by exerting a lot of pressure on you.
Butterfly Hook Sweep – Xande’s Anti Wrestling No Gi Series 8
Xande demonstrates an altered form of the butterfly hook sweep for someone who is on both knees but not engaged. In this hook sweep, we employ double overhooks with a ten finger grip to remove our opponent’s opportunity to base and sweep them over with our upper body and hook.
Butterfly Guard Xande’s Anti Wrestling No Gi Series 7 – Arm In Guillotine
Xande demonstrates an action similar to the arm drag, but this time we will alter our grips to attack the neck with a guillotine from the butterfly guard. This arrangement is ideal for dealing with folks who pass on both knees.
Xande’s Anti Wrestling No Gi Series 6 – Butterfly Guard Arm Drag
Wrestlers will frequently try to pass your guard with a hefty base, so constantly threaten their base when trying for the arm drag. In this session, Xande discusses a frequent issue that can dramatically increase your chances of experiencing the arm drag.
Series 5 of Xande’s Anti Wrestling No Gi – Closed Guard Bodylock to Back Take
In the following session, we will learn how to progress our position by combining our armlock assault from the bodylock with a back take. Most wrestlers have an undeveloped feel of defending the back, thus this is an excellent technique to improve your position and boost your chances of obtaining a submit.
Closed Guard Body Lock to Straight Armlock – Xande’s Anti Wrestling No Gi Series 4
Xande explains how to use the body lock to dominate your opponent and work the straight armlock submission. The closed guard body lock is an excellent mixed martial arts control because it eliminates the distance between you and your opponent, making it difficult to inflict much damage with blows. It’s also an excellent control for wrestlers since it restricts their hip movement and forces them to release the control before advancing with a pass.
Series 3 of Xande’s Anti Wrestling No Gi – Kimura from Closed Guard
Xande demonstrates many techniques for entering the kimura while preventing your opponent from posing up to finish the submit. When playing from your closed guard, the kimura is a solid submission to look for.
Series 2 of Xande’s Anti Wrestling No Gi – Closed Guard Overwrap to Omoplata
We learn how to set up an omoplata from the overwrap posture in this second installment of the no gi guard series. This stance is excellent against wrestlers because we employ the overwrap position to eliminate our opponents’ movement and remove any space, slowing and frustrating their game.
Closed Guard Overwrap Control to Triangle – Xande’s Anti Wrestling No Gi Series 1
Xande demonstrates how to set up the triangle from the closed guard overwrap control in this lesson. The closed guard overwrap is a great position to use against wrestlers since they normally force the top position and seek to pass with heavy hips. Wrestlers will be tied up and frustrated by the overwrap control, which reduces space between you and your opponent and kills their mobility while enabling you to set up your next assault.