Jiu-Jitsu & Judo Submission Moves : Jiu-Jitsu & Judo Submission Moves: Kimoras

Jiu-Jitsu & Judo Submission Moves : Jiu-Jitsu & Judo Submission Moves: Kimoras

On behalf of Expert Village, I am Angel Perez
with Champion Martial Arts in Miami, Florida. And today we will be teaching you Judo and
Jiu Jitsu submission moves. Okay next, we’re going to teach you a Kimora. A Kimora could
be used both in Judo and in Jiu Jitsu. He’s going to start from his guard. I want to start
inside his guard. First thing he’s going to do, he’s going to try to tie me and grab my
arm with, bringing his other one, around mine like a snake. He brings it up and up and up
and up and up. And so the pain makes me tap out. Okay, it’s not going to take very long.
He’s going to do it again. I’m up here, he controls my wrist, brings his arms around
the other one, he twists his hips, complete control and brings my arm up and behind me.
In real lifetime.


34 thoughts on “Jiu-Jitsu & Judo Submission Moves : Jiu-Jitsu & Judo Submission Moves: Kimoras”

  • "what u do is u rap ur legs around his neck very tightly…..
    then u take both ur hands and pull his head up as hard as u can."

    Sounds like you're trying to explain a triangle choke(Sankaku-Jime).

  • You sure are going to be able to pick up and slam someone with a combination elbow and shoulder lock on you. You'd probably end up snapping or dislocating both. Most brute force kimora escapes are not slams, they use their own brute strength over technique, and end up PUSHING them off.

  • @14jstorm How I get out of triangle chokes, I go for their leg thats pulling down on their foot, once you pop that off, all he has to hold his leg on the back of your neck is his one leg, after you you can slide out to the side, back, then you can either guard up, or work towards guards, or start submissions. Only problem is you have about 5-7 seconds to do this before you black out from the lack of blood to your brain.

  • Guillermo Lopez says:

    @Asoccerman123 bro, it depends, if you want something more technical or practical, i find judo more practical, it´s more about projections and takedowns, you can take advantage if you are stronger than your rival, Jiu-Jitsu it´s all about technique, it´s complex, a lot of ground grapling game, chokeholds and jointlocks, you will take advantage even against someone bigger and stronger than you, anyway, if you practice mma yo will find best from 2 worlds.

  • @Asoccerman123 one word, JIU JITSU !!!
    standing part is awesome with defesa pessoal ( very useful!!!)
    ground game is very tecnical, and useful against any opponent
    last but not least, you can learn techniques until your death,

    JIU JITSU JIU JITSU JIU JITSU !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • @LilBlitz116 no answers for this, because everyone can create his own moves !!
    so there are more than a billion of techniques, just look for "bjj technique" on youtube, you'll see what i mean !!!
    the best martial art for me, never ending learning !!!!

    jiu jitsu até morrer !!!!

  • @LilBlitz116 – The Gracies stated 95% of fights go to the ground when they were advertising their schools and the UFC. This could've been based on their experiences in challenge matches. BJJ fanatics tend to over quote this stat.. now they say 80% instead of 95%. Most fights in bars, clubs, streets and playgrounds etc. end with a strong strike to the head from standing position, not an armlock, choke or guard pass.. Having ground fighting ability is generally useful just in case though.

  • @fritos1445
    Lol… not really.. Lets see school fights (why am i using school fights? They happen more than anything else) – Always want stand up..

  • awesome move, highly recommended, learned it a while ago and have used it many times while sparing, just make sure you lock them so they cant roll away

  • @Alchy21 There's 2 types of Jiu jutsu, Brazilian and Japanese, Brazilian Jiu-Jutsu involves Ground work (like wrestling on the ground) while Japanse doesn't really work much on the ground but it also involves Throws. Brazilian Jiu-jutso is a great type of martial art, as it allows you take down people bigger and stronger than you with ease. you should study on martial arts before you ask questions bro. Cheers.


  • hunter krause says:

    Ok, I know this is old but you didnt knee bump which in a standard match helps greatly because some arent as strong as others maybe you should teach the whole te3chnique next time douche bags i mena come on its not even worth trying without the knee bump

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