This video builds on the last by using the same overhook grip from butterfly guard, but now it’s submissions (instead of sweeps).
Take the first technique from the last video (switching from half to butterfly guard) and add these submissions to the end and in effect you’ve almost got triangles, armlocks and omoplatas from half guard.
If you’re enjoying these videos, please consider hitting the donation button and helping me upgrade my video editing equipment. Right now I’m running on an outdated computer and using built-in editing software. A couple donations would help a lot.
Donation sent! Thanks for the instructionals!
As a novice the theory type posts really help fill in the gaps of the techniques learned in class, and I would be eager to see more like your guard clips. For example, “this is when you would use butterfly guard and these are the grips you really want but these work too…”. Stuff like that would be great.
I don’t mean in any way to detract from what you are doing, just a suggestion if you have the time to help more novice levels like myself.
Solid video – thanks! As for donations, I know you may have a thing against google adsense, but whenever I find a site I like, I make a point to look for their advertising partners and at very least give them a click-through – even if it’s just a google text ad at the bottom of the page. I think I am like a lot of other people – very cautious and reluctant to donating funds.
Also, consider putting your videos up on Revver.com as well as youtube. Revver is much like youtube, except they pay a portion of their advertising to you, have a little better video quality, and less search traffic than youtube. For My sites, I always post to numerous video hosts, but only embed the money generating revver vids.
A site that I think does well for themselves, despite only giving free information out, is http://www.submissions101.com . Anyway, thanks again!