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Bow and Arrow Choke – Easy to Defeat Higher Belts

August 2, 2018

Despite the bow and arrow choke is technically very difficult, it is also highly effective. Once you catch opponent’s kimono, he can not escape. The bow and arrow choke is one of the most successful submissions in BJJ competitions. If you fight against the higher belt, like purple, brown or black, this is one of […]


Marcelo Garcia – Master Of Choking

March 29, 2018

During the years, many BJJ fighters were winning competitions and earning medals, but Marcelo Garcia made ju-jitsu a lifestyle. He is born to be a champion. M arcelo Garcia is a Brazilian jiu-jitsu black belt and submission grappler from Brazil. He is a member of Fabio Gurgel Team Alliance. He is thought to be one […]


Arm Drag (Part 3) – What Next? 9 Follow Up Options

July 23, 2017

Arm Drag: What Next?“How, exactly, is it done, and what does it accomplish? Are there exercises to improve my arm drag? What do I do after the arm drag?” Quick Navigation Arm Drag: What Next?HyperextensionForward SweepDouble Leg TakedownInside Trip (Kouchi Gake)D’Arce ChokeSweep from GuardRear Naked ChokeStriking Targets from the BackUse Opponent as a ShieldConclusion Read […]


Arm Drag BJJ (Part 1) – Beautiful Simplicity

April 20, 2017

In my training, I have noticed the prevalence of the arm drag bjj used in setting up various techniques. Rarely, though, have I received detailed instruction on the arm drag itself. I got curious about its details and did some research. Then, I asked myself, “How, exactly, is it done, and what does it accomplish? […]


The Polarizing AJ Agazarm

April 16, 2017

If you’ve been paying attention to the BJJ world over the past couple of years, you’ll notice one thing. More and more American practitioners are taking over the sport. One of these, is a fellow from Florida called AJ Agazarm. A somewhat polarizing figure in the sport, AJ always gives the crowd an exciting fight. […]