This move may make your brain fry but it’s awesome and unless he’s very experienced, your opponent won’t even understand what’s going on. When I work on this in class, I find it very challenging to do but amazing to pull off.
Your opponent has you in deep half guard and he feel’s like he’s gaining control. All of a sudden you roll and you have his back, ready to take the submission. Mind=Blown.
What a killer technique shown by BJJ superstar Marcus ‘Buchecha’ Almeida for Hayabusa.
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In this video, BJJ legend Marcus ‘Buchecha’ Almeida explains and demonstrates the technique perfectly. It’s my favourite BJJ sweep and it’s something every BJJ competitor needs to know.
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You can use the sweep to take his back, go for an armbar or use it to gain various other advantages. It’s instructed brilliantly by coach Brian Peterson of ‘Teach me Grappling”.
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Being stuck at the bottom in half guard is no fun. In BJJ, you’re waiting to get submitted and in MMA, you’re probably getting elbowed in the head. These things make it a position that you really should try master. One of the first things to do is to learn some basic sweeps.
This sweep is very cool as it lets you get your head out of danger and put your opponent on the bottom quickly. In this BJJ instructional video, Stephan Kesting demonstrates the sweep in a clear and easy to understand way and explains the details perfectly. He’s a great instructor and this is a very cool sweep.