It’s hard work securing those 4 points. Here’s some pointers so it’s not for nothing.
Fundamentals of what makes the back position dangerous and how to start shutting it down.
Fundamentals of what makes the back position dangerous and how to start shutting it down continued.
One of the most powerful things about the Kimura Trap is that you can get it from almost any position. Here you can learn how to use it to escape standing back control.
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.
Another way to use the kimura trap, this tie from turtle with an entry into the crucifix when they don’t want to play along and give you their back(rude).
The kimura trap and crucifix position tie in closely together. Here Keenan shows another way to enter these positions, and another way to sub your opponent with some game-changing PED’s you probably haven’t seen before.
Former twisty boi and berimbolo master explains the many reasons why #berimbolosdontwork. Remember kids: #justdowormguard