Keenan explains how to shut down the "t-rex" defense and get inside control from the mount to secure grips and finish the cross choke.
Keenan shows a familiar choke you've probably seen here on Keenan Online, but this time shows how to set it up from the mount and how you can use it to set up the other attacks from the mount.
Here Keenan shows you how to set up a normal front-facing triangle from the back using the straight jacket system.
The reverse triangle is one of the strongest positions in jiu-jitsu in terms of control and very effective at submitting. Here's how to set it up from the back as well as different finishing options.
The beauty of the armbar is that you can set it up from almost any position. Here's how to set it up from the back.
You don't really see the RNC(rear naked choke) too much in the gi. That's because the way most people go about setting it up WRONG! Check out this straight jacket system that popularized by John Danaher and quickly turn the RNC in the gi from one of the lowest percentage moves to one of the highest.
Let's play a game called "Which lapel are we going to choke our opponent with?" Check out this video to learn how to choke your opponent with your own lapel from the back and how to chain these lapel chokes together.
A bow and arrow style choke where you wrap your opponent's lapel around their neck.
A variation of the Ezekiel choke where you use your opponent's lapel to create the same kind of leverage.
One of the most effective submissions in jiu-jitsu can be found in the intermediary position you can sometimes find yourself in when attempting to take someone's back from top position.
A similar choke to the bow and arrow but slightly different, as well as some pros and cons of each and details explaining why you might want to switch between the two.
One of the staple submissions from the back that everyone should know.