Best way to stop your opponents guard pass is by submitting him, and what better way to submit than a tight Loop Choke.
BJJ is like having a backdoor sneeze, if you have to force it its probably gonna be sh*t. However when it comes to Keenans Force Choke, we say let it rip!
A great way to get a unexpected kneebar from the bottom
Keenan explains the setup and execution of the triangle choke from the Closed Guard.
Keenan explains the execution of the triangle choke from the Closed Guard.
A slick Triangle Choke set up with a overhook.
How to do the brabo choke from closed guard.
A combination of the loop choke and ezekial choke.
How to set up the worm-hat choke.
A choke made famous by the Judoka, Flavio Canto.
A sneaky Triangle using the unique leverage granted by the shin on shin control from Spider Guard.
Keenan grabs the Arm Bar from the Closed Guard but his opponent entangles his own arms and puts his weight on him. You won’t believe what Keenan does next !
He breaks his defenses and finishes the Arm Bar.
Keep your friends close but your opponents closed,
in your guard. Give them the courtesy of looking them in the eye while setting up this tight overhook choke.
Arm dragging your opponent and taking the back is soo 2017. Come and jump on the arm dragging your opponent into Brabo or Darce choke bandwagon.
Learn details on finishing the triangle choke from a blackbelt with over 100 matches won by submission
Lapel Magic or Leg Locks of the Dark Arts? Why can’t we have both?
Learn this possibly, maybe, maybe not? illegal choke utilizing the foot in a non conventional way
A submission chain drill to help get those juices flowin and submissions rollin.
How to set up the most immediate threat from the Gubber Guard, the triangle choke, and then how to adjust when they try to defend. Ha. Got ’em.
Keenan shows how to seamlessly transition from a failed triangle attempt to the omoplata while maintaining control from the gubber guard.
Keenan talks about how to finish the Omoplata from the Gubber Guard, as well as something you rarely see taught: how to safely disengage from the position and protect your partner/opponent once you get the tap.
Keenan shows an innovative way to attack the omoplata from the closed guard by utilizing the lapel.
Keenan shows how to set up the omoplata from the lapel lasso, and explores some of the unique properties the position has over the traditional omoplata.
Keenan does a Q+A segment on the lapel omoplata with attendees at one of his seminars.
A continuation of the lapel submission from side control, this time Keenan shows how to set up the same submission from the guard, and tiny nuances that separate the variation.
Once you’re in the over hook position, Keenan shows how to set up, execute, and adjust(when necessary) the cross choke.
Keenan shows how you can set up the omoplata from the closed guard over hook with the proper details so you maintain control the entire time.