Although the flower sweep is a basic sweep, getting the perfect timing requires plenty of practice. This is a very effective sweep you can use as your opponent begins to stand up. If you wait too long, your opponent will have too much base, so it’s important to do the flower sweep as your opponent starts to get his butt off of his heels. This will make your opponents begin to fear standing up in your guard. Taught by black belt Jason Scully.
When opponent steps up and traps your arm with their leg, you and do a pendulum sweep and end up with an armbar.
MMA Girl teaches the basic flower sweep by reaching under your opponents thigh, hooking their opposite arm and sweeping.
From butterfly guard, you can engage in the X Guard, but if your opponent pushes your legs down, you can sweep them with the X Guard pendulum sweep.
The Pisa Sweep from Mission Control is used when your opponent is defending the rubber guard while you are in mission control and the begin to stack you. You can sweep by grabbing under their leg, ankle or gi pants.
Ham Sandwich Submission. From your butterfly, when your opponent posts one leg up, you can execute this move to sweep and/or for for a submission that puts a lot of strain on their hamstrings.