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Double Leg Takedown Defense to Kimura – Combat Jiu-Jitsu Flow

Learn how to stop the Double Leg Wrestlers Takedown with a Combat Jiu-Jitsu Flow.
Step 1.) Partner A: Shoots a Double Leg Takedown
Step 2.) Partner B: Sprawl to Defend
Step 3.) Partner B: Use the Head-push takedown or Wrestling Quarter Nelson to put opponent in side control
Step 4.) Partner B: Side Control Shrimp Escape
Step 5.) Partner B: Kimura Shoulder Lockl

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x4 Combat Jiu-Jitsu Arm Breaks for Real Self Defense

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Learn 4 ways to break the arm using TRITAC-Jitsu concepts and Japanese Ju-Jitsu or Aiki-Jutsu Techniques for Modern Street Self Defense.

Matt Bryers and Sean Jugler, co-founders of TRITAC-Jitsu use a lot of Japanese Jiu-Jitsu, especially Aiki-Jutsu Combat Techniques / Concepts to attack, submission and break the arms combined with the modern combative entries found in TRITAC.

The Jiu-Jitsu Arm Breaks we teach in this Combat Jiu-Jitsu Video are:

1.) Kimura Lock Submission / Head Smash and Break. Learn how to use the Kimura to control and attack your opponents arm/shoulder. You can use the Kimura lock to throw your opponent or simply smash them into the wall 🙂

2.) Straight Arm Lock – One of our favorite Jiu-Jitsu Arm Breaks is the straight arm lock from the underhook control. Underhook controls combined with Combat Jiu-Jitsu Striking Techniques gives you the opportunity to break your opponents arm using simple jiu-jitsu techniques.

3.) Kote Mawashi – is a common wrist lock or joint lock that is often found in Aikido / Japanese Ju-Jitsu / Aiki-Jutsu systems… but is taught in many martial arts. Typically this jiu-jitsu arm break or wrist lock technique is hard to execute. But, combine it with Combative Striking elements found in TRITAC, and it becomes a very powerful joint lock or arm break for self defense Jiu-Jitsu.

4.) Inside Arm Twist – The last Aiki-Jutsu Self-Defense Technique is a jiu-jitsu arm break that takes a good training partner to learn this jiu-jitsu technique. Or… not only will you break arms, but you’ll smash your training partners face into the ground. For Jiu-Jitsu Self Defense … who cares!

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Jiu-Jitsu Basics: Kimura Lock Flow | TRITAC-Jitsu Flow

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The Kimura Lock and Submission in Jiu-Jitsu is one of the most powerful grips and Jiu-Jitsu Control principles that works in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Competitions, MMA Fights or Reality-Based Self Defense.

In this TRITAC-Jitsu Ground Flow – Matt Bryers and Sean Jugler show how to use the Kimura Lock to get the Kimura Submission, the Kimura BJJ Sweep or Hip Bump Jiu-Jitsu Sweep.

From the kimura sweep, you will learn how to transfer from the jiu-jitsu mount position into the knee on belly position. From here learn how to attack the Kimura Lock submission from knee on belly when your opponent pushes on your knee.

After the Knee on Belly Kimura Submission, you will reset and get the kimura submission from side control.

Finally, the person on the bottom will use the Kimura Grip and Submission to Escape Side Control.


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4 Ways to Sukui Nage: Jiu-Jitsu Throw & Self Defense Takedown

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In this Jiu-Jitsu Takedown Video we will review 4 ways to use the Suki Nage Combat Jiu-Jitsu Throw.

The Jiu-Jitsu Throw or Japanese Jujitsu Throw called: Sukui Nage aka Scooping throw; is a cool concept to attack the body using our TRITAC Frames and BLAST your opponent down. The Suki Nage blast application of this Self Defense Throw is a great way to create distance in a self defense situation or can be used to in jiu-jitsu to takedown your opponent during sparring.

In this Jiu-Jitsu Throw Lesson, we will work on 4 separate combat entries to the Suki Nage Combat Takedown.

Combat Jiu-Jitsu Entry #1: Jab Cross – Walk Thru to Suki Nage Takedown.
This takedown is creative jiu-jitsu throw that many advanced TRITAC-Jitsu students now use during sparring.

Combat Jiu-Jitsu Entry #2: Grab and Punch Defense to Suki Nage Throw
The next application of the jiu-jitsu throw Suki Nage, you will learn to defend against an opponent grabbing and punching, and then use the self-defense entry to the suki nage throw.

Combat Jiu-Jitsu Entry #3: Double Collar Grab Self-Defense Throw
In this jiu-jitsu self-defense takedown, Sean Jugler uses TRITAC Frames to clear the arms and enter into the Suki Nage

Combat Jiu-Jitsu Entry #4: Rear Bear Hug Self Defense throws.
Self Defense against a rear grab or rear bear hug is difficult. Sean Jugler breaks down how to use your hips to create a lot of power for Jiu-Jitsu throws, especially the Suki Nage Takedown.

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The Jiu-Jitsu Combat Guard – TRITAC-Jitsu Scissor Guard Flow

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Develop a BJJ “Combat Guard” with the first ground flow series in TRITAC-Jitsu: Scissor Guard Sweep Series.

Whether you’re learning Jiu-Jitsu for Self-Defense or BJJ for competition or just to train jiu-jitsu; you need to develop a good Jiu-Jitsu Guard.

In TRITAC-Jitsu, our focus in Combat Jiu-Jitsu. Our Jiu-Jitsu techniques need to work regardless if I am in a jiu-jitsu for self-defense situation, or I am just BJJ training, rolling or competing.

We call this our Jiu-Jitsu Combat Guard. BJJ is known for the ability to fight off your back and use the guard to sweep and submit your opponent.

In this TRITAC-Jitsu Jiu-Jitsu Combat Guard Video; you will learn:

00:00 – Introduction to the Combat BJJ Guard Scissor Sweeps by Matt Bryers from TRITAC-Jitsu
00:31 – BJJ Combat Guard vs BJJ Sport Guard
00:49 – Why learn the basic jiu-jitsu guard for self-defense and sport
01:01 – How to fight and defend in BJJ guard when you have no grips
01:36 – Fighting Stance of the Jiu-Jitsu Combat Guard, defensive position
02:01 – How to get to the scissor guard position and grip control
02:45 – Grips and controls when in the BJJ scissor guard
03:05 – Self-Defense strikes and applications in the BJJ Guard
03:50 – How to do the BJJ scissor sweep from scissor guard
04:35 – How to sweep and defend from guard when your opponent has a strong base
05:05 – The knee push sweep from the BJJ combat guard
06:05 – How to sweep and defend when your opponent starts standing in guard
06:30 – Elavator sweep from the scissor guard
07:30 – Importance of learning the elevator sweep for hip switch and learning to hooks in the BJJ guard
08:25 – Learning to use hooks in guard
08:45 – Another option to sweep your opponent or get out of the guard
09:30 – Use your legs and body to move your opponent in scissor guard
10:04 – Review of the sweeps from the BJJ Combat Guard / Scissor Guard position

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Top 4 Jiu-Jitsu Techniques to Escape Rear Choke

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The rear-choke is one on the worst situations you can be from a self-defense perspective and when training Jiu-Jitsu.

There are many techniques to escape the rear choke, but these are our favorite Jiu-Jitsu techniques to escape a choke, and finish with a throw, takedown, control or submission.

4 Jiu-Jitsu Techniques to Escape Choke:

1.) Ippon Seo Nage – a very common judo / jujitsu throw to drive your opponent into the ground. In this self-defense version of the ippon seo nage, we’ll use a Combat Jiu-Jitsu stance to drop your opponent.

2.) Osoto Gari – Another very common Judo or Ju-Jitsu leg-trip throw. In this version of the Osoto Gari Rear Choke Self-Defense, we’ll use your opponents “action” to step behind him and trip him with the Osoto Gari Takedown

3.) Judo Lock – The judo lock escape is one of the best self defense moves when your opponent has their arms around your neck and is choking you. It is a simple movement that easily gives you jiu-jitsu control over your opponent.

4.) Yoko Wakare – this Ju-Jitsu throw is also a side fall and sacrifice throw that uses gravity to throw your opponent over your shoulder. It is very effective, and quick self-defense takedown.

You will also learn a jiu-jitsu training drill to put all of these self-defense Jiu-Jitsu techniques together.

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Vlad Koulikov – How to Coach and Train Martial Arts

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Vlad Koulikov – Master of Sport in Sambo tells you how to coach and train martial arts – especially the grappling sports.

Vlad highlights the mechanics, movements and martial arts training tips to improve as an over all marital artist / training for jiu-jitsu.

Vlad shows you the necessary movements that you need for Sambo Takedowns and throws.

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Kobukai Ju-Jitsu / TRITAC Holiday Bash Highlights 2016

Combat Jiu-Jitsu Highlight from the Kobukai Ju-Jitsu and TRITAC-Jitsu Holiday Bash at the Jiu-Jitsu and Strength Academy in Cromwell, CT.

The Kobukai Ju-Jitsu Bash has been a tradition for 22 years. Each year Jiu-Jitsu schools and TRITAC Martial Arts Schools get together to “bash it out”.

The rules are simple – go as hard as you want to go! Punches, Hammer Fists, Knees, Elbows, Takedowns, and Submission Fighting.

Each year non-Black Belt students have a chance to challenge the black belts for a bottle of sake. This year we used tournament style to allow the under-belts a chance to battle each other for the sake!

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