Beginner's Essential's - Kimura to Armlock from Side Control
Matt Darcy teaches how to transition from the Kimura to an armlock using the kimura grip. Matt also teaches how to finish the armlock using the "Flash of the Blade" to rip the arm out and keep the opponent from stacking.
Instructor: Matt Darcy
Location: Guerrilla Jiu-Jitsu S...
Standard Armlock Position (SAP) - Silverado Finish
Matt Darcy teaches a powerful armbar defense break Eddie Bravo named the silverado. Before Eddie named it it was a sneaky move people did in judo. This comes from the leg side with a post position in SAP.
Instructor: Matt Darcy
Location: Guerrilla Jiu-Jitsu San Jose
Standard Armlock Position (SAP) - Pit Stop and the Fulcrum Finish
Matt Darcy teaches his favorite position in the SAP system. This position is his favorite because of the safe guard. Holding the leg traps the opponent there. It doesn't allow them to make base to stack or run away to escape. Plus the fulcrum finish is one of the most powerful defense breaks ...
Daves Killer De La Riva is an oldie but goodie. It is an aggressive take on one of the most dynamic sweeps in Jiu-Jitsu. When performed with smoothness and speed this sweep is next to impossible to stop!
Dave finishes with a attacking transition to the back.
Deathtrap Dungeon is Daves name for his super aggressive closed guard attack system. It is a great display of overwhelming an opponent by overloading their system. Take your time developing speed with this system and you will get the most out of the lesson! Happy hunting!
Here Dave shows his competition Tomoe Nage Sacrifice throw. He uses this to negate the differences in weight between him and larger opponents. It is also a very powerful means to gain an attacking guard position. He combines his throw with a transition to the Double Attack from the Mounted positi...
The double attack concept traps an opponent in a web of attack. For this to be possible you need at least two options and sound technique that allows transition between your options. In this case your mount will benefit greatly with the infamous double attack submission!
Dave teaches his infamous flying Kimura attack from the passing guard position. This is a true example of what he calls creating chaos. Your opponent will think you are engaging in guard passing - you on the other hand have different plans. Charge your game with this dynamic finishing move and su...