This arm drag takedown looks very simple, but is very effective. Most BJJ practitioners are used to doing arm drags while in butterfly guard, but what if you are standing up? Do you have any good takedowns? In this takedown, taught by Coach Firas Zahabi, you do the arm drag, then go to your opponents back. You hook your foot and fall to the floor. Seems simple, but it works!
When your opponent is in turtle position and you can’t get the back, you can get this armbar and forearm crush.
Top control strategy part 2. Brent teaches the best way to get the choke in no-gi when your opponent is in the turtle position.
Banana Split Submission. When you have your opponent’s back, you can transition to the truck and crank their legs. Taught by Robert Drysdale.
Darce variation. When opponent sprawls you can get the d’arce choke from there without having to put your opponent on their side. Sean Bollinger teaching.
The Chevy move. If your opponent is defending the rear naked choke, you can set up a twister or end up in the truck in order to attack the legs.