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Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Technique Encyclopedia

Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Technique Encyclopedia

Discover the dynamic world of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) techniques in our comprehensive encyclopedia, designed for practitioners of all levels. From fundamental guard techniques, top position strategies, and escapes to advanced leg locks and submission mastery, our guide covers the essentials and beyond. Unlock your BJJ potential and elevate your grappling game with expert insights and step-by-step instructions for each technique.
  1. Guard Techniques A. Closed Guard

    • Armbar: Attack the opponent's arm by trapping it between your legs and extending your hips.
    • Triangle Choke: Trap the opponent's arm and head between your legs, creating a choke with your legs and the opponent's shoulder.
    • Kimura: Isolate and control the opponent's arm, bending it behind their back to apply pressure on the shoulder joint. B. Open Guard
    • De La Riva Guard: Hook one leg around the opponent's leg while controlling their ankle or pants for various sweeps and submissions.
    • Spider Guard: Control the opponent's sleeves while placing your feet on their biceps to create distance and set up sweeps or submissions.
    • Butterfly Guard: Use your feet inside the opponent's thighs to elevate and sweep them or transition to other positions.
  2. Top Position Techniques A. Side Control

    • Americana: Control the opponent's arm, bending it at a right angle, and apply pressure to the elbow joint.
    • Arm Triangle: Trap the opponent's arm and head using your arm and chest, applying pressure on their neck to choke.
    • Knee-on-Belly: Place your knee on the opponent's torso to increase pressure and create openings for submissions or transitions. B. Mount
    • Armbar: Isolate the opponent's arm and extend your hips to apply pressure on the elbow joint.
    • Cross Collar Choke: Grip the opponent's collar with both hands and apply pressure on both sides of their neck to choke.
    • Mounted Triangle: Transition one leg over the opponent's shoulder while trapping their arm, and secure the triangle choke. C. Back Control
    • Rear Naked Choke: Wrap your arm around the opponent's neck, applying pressure on both sides of their neck to choke.
    • Bow and Arrow Choke: Grip the opponent's collar and their leg, extending your legs to apply pressure on their neck to choke.
    • Armbar: Secure the opponent's arm and extend your hips to apply pressure on the elbow joint.
  3. Escapes and Reversals A. Guard Passes

    • Torreando Pass: Control the opponent's legs and use lateral movement to pass their guard.
    • Knee Slice Pass: Drive your knee through the opponent's guard, using pressure and control to pass.
    • Stack Pass: Compress the opponent's legs towards their head and move around their guard. B. Sweeps
    • Scissor Sweep: Use one leg to elevate the opponent while sweeping their base with your other leg.
    • Hip Bump Sweep: Use your hips to off-balance the opponent while controlling their arm.
    • Flower Sweep: Grip the opponent's arm and leg, using your legs to elevate and sweep them.
  4. Leg Locks A. Ankle Locks

    • Straight Ankle Lock: Control the opponent's leg and apply pressure on their Achilles tendon.
    • Toe Hold: Grip the opponent's foot and twist it to apply pressure on the ankle joint. B. Knee Locks
    • Kneebar: Control the opponent's leg and extend your hips to apply pressure on the knee joint.
    • Heel Hook: Control the opponent's leg and apply torque on their knee joint by twisting their heel.

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