If you’re a guard passer, there are two things you hate most in this world… ...the lapel guard… … and … … Keenan Cornelius While we can’t solve all of your problems, today we WILL be giving you some tips for that annoying lapel guard… In this article, you’ll discover 3 ridiculously simple ways to shut down the lapel guard... ...before it [...]
Keenan explains the body mechanics of side control and the kimura and shows how you can bait your opponent to go for a kimura in order to create space and scramble out of side control. That concludes the Blue Belt Course! Check out what's new: latest uploads
Now that Keenan has shown how to escape the normal side control, he shows how to deal with some variations such as the opponent blocking the hip, kesa gatame, and reverse kesa gatame. Ready for the next lesson? Let's... side control escape: baiting with kimura
Now you're stuck between a rock and a hard place. As common with the theme of Keenan Online, Keenan is going to demonstrate a more effective but clashing ideology with what is commonly taught on how to escape the side control position, this time by turning away and giving up the back. Ready for the next lesson? Let's... [...]
So you've successfully stopped all incoming chokes and hooks from the turtle. Now what? Now you escape! Learn how to reverse the position and then unwind the seatbelt control to end up on and begin taking the offensive. Ready for the next lesson? Let's learn about... Side control escape: exposing the back
If you haven't already noticed, Keenan prefers to attack the inverted heel hook from the 50/50 guard due to the many available ways to enter the 50/50, as well as the control it gives you, enabling you to preemptively shut down the most effective heel hook defences. That's it for the Leg Lock course(for now)! In the meantime, check [...]
A crash course in defending heel hooks from a variety of positions such as 50/50, traditional outside heel hook, and the side saddle position. Ready for the next lesson? Let's learn the... Outside Heel Hook
Former twisty boi and berimbolo master explains the many reasons why #berimbolosdontwork. Remember kids: #justdowormguard
Basic do's and don't for the closed guard, with the main focus of this video being on properly opening the closed guard with leverage instead of strength
A staple in Keenan's Gi and No Gi game, the kimura trap is an excellent way to take a single leg attempt and turn the situation on it's head.
The inventor of some of the most frustrating positions in jiu-jitsu shows you how to deal with one of the most frustrating positions in jiu-jitsu.
Learn what your opponent needs in order to complete the double under pass, and how to systematically shut it down.