2 Days of training focusing on how to fight on the ground in real-life self-defense scenarios where there are no dojos or no rules.
Concepts of ground fighting in real world
How to Fall Front and Back
Front Roll - Back Roll
How to get up
Kicks from the ground
Front legs take down
Side legs take down
1. From the side body position
"Americana" (opponent's hand up)
"Kimura" (opponent's hand down)
"Kimura" rolling on the side
Transition to the mount position from the side body
2. From the mounted position
Transition to armbar: regular, from the push on the chest
Transition to armbar from a half-mount position using the opposite arm
Transition at ankle lock/ankle lock + knee lock
3. Choke defenses on the ground
The opponent has knees beside me
The opponent in my guard
Opponent on me (mount)
Defense against side-guillotine on the ground (judo choke)
4. From position: Opponent in my guard
Defense against punches with armbar (on the belly or on the back)
Defense against punches with the transition to "Omoplata"
5. From position: Opponent in the mounted position
Defending opponent's fist punch with fists strike into the groin and overturning
The same as the previous one except that he fell on me, my head is stuck to the
level of his belly. I grab his waist with my arms strongly and overturn the
Standing: Neck or hip throws
Standing Mowing leg (Sweep) back of the opponent
7. Defense against kicks on the ground
Grabbing his ankle
Opponent over me
A) Defense and simultaneous counter-attack against hook punch
Hip throw to the ground followed by armbar
The partner resists armbar then pulls towards the side pushing of his arm or
using our foot / or "peeling" his fingers on my hand
The armbar is on but by pushing my leg off from his head he comes into my guard
Defense on triangle: he raised and approached standing position
I finalize in leg lock by simultaneously grasping his second leg
B) Defense and simultaneous counter hook punch
Hip throw to the ground and arm lock
The partner resists on the lock, I then pull towards the side pulling or pushing
his arm using my foot / or "peeling" his fingers on his hand
The lock is on but by pushing off my leg from his head he comes into my guard and applies ankle lock
I grasp his forearm so that in falling back he helps me to rise towards him I finalize in armbar.
Defense against kick, we get closer to the opponent and we seize his arm, we
drop on our back then we wrap our leg around his head and finish in armbar.
a) Defense against the take down by the legs while executing fall before. I find myself with my torso on the back of my opponent I grab his waist, then he escapes by climbing on both his legs.
His right foot takes the place of his left hand and his left hand rises making me twist and he passes on my back.
b) Defense against the take down by the legs while executing fall before. I find myself with my torso on the back of my opponent. I grab his waist, I pass into mount position on his back, I grab his arm, pass my leg over his head, I put my other hand on the ground and roll on the side to finish armbar.
c) Same as above except that instead of passing completely on his back, I squat on his side I will wrap my leg (I use my leg closest to his hips to hook) around his arm, then leave rolling over his back while grabbing his arm to
finish with the arm lock with the control of my other arm in his legs.
Fighting on the ground: kneeling from the front, I push my opponent to the shoulders to make him strangle me as in judo choke then I’ll grab his wait and let myself be dragged to the ground. I turn on top and finish in armbar.
2 days of training – 12 Hours total
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