Side Control Domination Devastating Submissions by Ricardo Marques
5th degree Brazilian Jiu Jitsu black belt Ricardo Marques covers a series of attacking sequences from side control, ensuring you always see the opportunity for a submission!
- Look at a series of chokes such as the ezekiel, paper cutter, and loop choke from various different spots in side control.
- Understand the fundamentals of correctly setting up the triangle from side control and finish it every time.
- Focus on isolating the arm and add a list of high level kimura setups and finishes to your arsenal.
|Scarf Chokes - Scarf Choke From Side Control||0:40|
|Scarf Choke Variation 1||4:18|
|Scarf Choke Variation 2||6:25|
|Variation of the Choke Using the Other Lapel||9:38|
|Scarf Choke Variation Holding the Lapel With Both Hands||12:11|
|Chokes’ Sequence - Side Control Choke Using the Opponent’s Lapel||15:09|
|Side Control Choke Variation 1 When Person Tries to Supine||18:55|
|Side Control Choke Variation 2 When Person Tries to Supine||21:42|
|Loop Choke From Side Control Using the Opponent’s Lapel||24:49|
|“Hand With Hand” Choke From Side Control||26:50|
|Paper Cutter Choke||29:39|
|Guillotine Choke From North South||32:49|
|Paper Cutter Choke Variation Going to Kimura||35:59|
|Ezekiel Choke Using the Opponent’s Lapel||37:59|
|Getting the Opponent’s Arm Stuck With the Lapel to Choke||40:26|
|Triangle Attacks’ Sequence - Getting the Opponent’s Arm Stuck With the Lapel to Triangle Choke||0|
|Getting the Opponent’s Arm Stuck With the Lapel to Triangle + Arm Bar||3:11|
|Spinning Triangle Getting the Opponent’s Arm Stuck With the Lapel||5:34|
|Arm Bar From the Triangle and Spinning to the Same Side||7:23|
|Traditional Triangle From Side Control||9:12|
|Kimura Attacks Sequence - Kimura From Side Control||11:08|
|Using the Shin to Choke After Opponent Defends the Kimura||13:23|
|Clock Choke After Opponent Defends the Kimura||16:20|
|Paper Cutter Choke After Opponent Defends the Kimura||19:19|
|Straight Americana After Opponent Defends the Kimura||21:50|
Fifth Degree Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Black Belt Ricardo Marques Flows Through Every Imaginable Attacking Option From Side Control To Help You Make It One Of The Most Dominant Positions In Your Game!
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What Will You Learn?
In its simplest form, the primary goal of Jiu Jitsu is to control and submit your opponent. As side control is a great position that offers a lot of control, the high level technique available today makes maintaining positions like these more and more difficult. In this series, Ricardo covers the side control position as a whole, from how to maintain control to setting up and finishing creative and high level submissions.
Maximize the usefulness of the gi with the scarf and loop chokes covered in this series and focus on the particular grips used to make your choke as effective as possible. Setting up mounted triangles or triangles from side control can open up an opportunity for your partner to recover their guard, but Ricardo makes special note of that by using strategically placed grips and movements to set up the submission without creating too much space.
Increase your finishing rate of the kimura attack with the proper setup and finishing mechanics, and look at creative alternative options such as using the shin to finish a choke if your opponent happens to defend the kimura. Also, check out the slick transition to a brutal americana if the kimura is unsuccessful. Watch this instructional and be amazed at how Ricardo has an answer and an alternative for every possible scenario.
Ricardo Marques is a member of the Brazilian Top Team academy, and is the founder of the team’s Juiz de Fora branch. On top of his extremely successful career as a competitor, he is a well known instructor who has trained some of the biggest names in the sport such as Bernardo Faria and many others. As you listen to his explanation of all of these techniques, it is easy to see how deep his understanding of this art runs. Become a master from side control and make your opponent wish they were anywhere else, check out his instructional now!