This is an attack from the standing position to the shoulder Lock Submission. Essentially you are giving up on being normal and want to attack without pulling guard. It is not so much a flying attack as it is an attack that originates from the heart of the creating chaos theory. Have Fun!
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.
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...
Dave Camarillo goes in depth on a powerful armlock from top half guard. This is a Dave specialty. Dave aggressively pins the undertook and steps over the head. He then threads his leg under the arm to make a V o n the half guard leg. To finish he fulcrums the arm out of the defense.