Judo Gripping Systems For BJJ by Fernando Yamasaki
Learn how to grip, move, and attack takedowns for Brazilian jiu-jitsu with these classic judo concepts and techniques
- Move with more comfort and efficiency in your gripping and footwork with these little details that have big results
- Fernando Yamasaki is a 6th-degree black belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and a 4th-degree black belt in judo, with decades of coaching experience in Brazil and America
- Use foot sweeps, seoi nage, and tomoe nage throws to finish your takedowns in great position to attack submissions and take advantage of great positions.
|Establishing and breaking from a collar and sleeve grip||7:11|
|Regaining control R v L, facing same size opponents, facing a taller opponent||12:43|
|Regaining control from double collar grips, double elbow control, and underhooks||21:10|
|Regaining control from a cross grip||34:09|
|The right way to walk||0|
|Kuzushi - The Principle Of Off-Balancing||6:46|
|Staying On Top Of The Grips||8:11|
|Footsweeps Drills 2||12:50|
|Foot Step Drill||17:32|
|Classic Kouchi Gari||0|
|Kouchi Gari Variation||4:55|
|Combining Kouchi Gari with Ouchi Gari and Ippon Seio Nage||10:15|
|Kouchi Gari to Ankle Pick||13:34|
|Classic Tomoe Nage||16:11|
|Yoko Tomoe Nage||20:25|
|Transitioning to Armbar or Mount||26:28|
|Managing the guard pull||27:33|
Simplify And Win On Your Feet With This Old School Gripping Formula From Judo and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Black Belt Fernando Yamasaki
These Hybrid Standing Techniques From 6th-Degree BJJ and 4th-Degree Judo Black Belt Fernando Yamasaki Will Help You Maximize Judo Principles For Bjj Takedown Success
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What Will You Learn?
Use time-tested judo techniques and concepts that have been adapted for Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, with this new series from 6th-degree black belt Fernando Yamasaki. Learn how to grip, move, and set up attacks that leave you in a great position with this new series on how to simplify and win the standing position.
Get judo techniques and concepts that will help you win the important grip fighting battles, move your feet to open up attacks, and combine together throws and trips for takedown success. With this 3-part series, you’ll learn not just how to do all of this, but also why each step is important and how it adds to the overall system.
Combine these foot sweeps with BJJ-safe throws to be more effective than ever from your feet. Attack with tomoe nage, de ashi barai, kuchiki taoshi, and more to get the fight to the mat, and in position to attack. These are techniques that Fernando, a 6th degree BJJ black belt and 4th-degree black in judo, has spent a lifetime studying under his red belt judoka father, and now you can get the inside secrets to his techniques.
Transitioning To Armbar And Mount
So, What Exactly Do You Get?
- Grip Training
- Establishing and breaking from a collar and sleeve grip
- Regaining control R v L, facing same size opponents, facing a taller opponent
- Regaining control from double collar grips, double elbow control, and underhooks
- Regaining control from a cross grip
- The right way to walk 0 Movement Drills
- The Principle Of Off-Balancing
- Staying On Top Of The Grips
- Footsweep Drills
- Footsweeps Drills 2
- Timing Drills
- Foot Step Drill
- Classic Kouchi Gari
- Kouchi Gari Variation
- Kuchiki Taoshi
- Combining Kouchi Gari with Ouchi Gari and Ippon Seio Nage
- Kouchi Gari to Ankle Pick
- Classic Tomoe Nage
- Yoko Tomoe Nage
- Transitioning to Armbar or Mount
- Managing the guard pull