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Head Lock Escape (Hip Roll)

Escaping The Head Lock Via Hip Roll As simple as a headlock may look like, it’s not exactly something that many JiuJitsu practitioners train against. After all, why would you try against a submission holds,that’s not exactly considered as a technical

How To Do a Guard Escape (Push) Properly

Getting yourself caught in your opponent’s guard is not a favorable situation for you. While you’re technically on top of them, they hold the advantage of being able to inflict massive amounts of damage onto you.

Escaping a Devastating Head Lock With a Leg Hook

Imagine yourself walking down the street in a middle of the night. As a JiuJitsu practitioner, you’re probably confident enough that if someone tried to jump you, you’d at least be able to take an inexperienced fighter out, or even two.

Upward Lift Escape (Under Mount)

Learning How To Do An Upward Lift Escape + Tips As a white belt, it’s easy to fall in love with all the complex moves you see being done by professional fighters and trying to emulate them during practice. But, given

How To Do a Guard Escape (Elbow Drive) Properly

Escaping from your opponent’s guard should be your first priority as a White Belt. Sure, it’s not as flashy as the many techniques you see being used by advanced and professional fighters. But, learning how to escape from your opponent’s guard

Head Lock Escape (Arm Frame)

Using The Arm Frame Escape When Caught in a Headlock The headlock is, without a doubt, one of the rarest submissions holds in terms of JiuJitsu. You’ll rarely see practitioners use it and it’s even rarer to see them practice maneuvers