Gustavo Machado – Great Escapes and Counters
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Any skilled jiu-jitsu practitioner understands the value of a strong defense.
When it comes to how to fight submission attempts and escape from vulnerable positions, Gustavo Machado’s latest instructional has struck the nail on the head.
Gustavo Machado, aided by Mauricio “Tinguinha” Mariano, displays a variety of basic and advanced escapes and counters to some of the most prevalent jiu-jitsu assaults.
Following a demonstration and explanation of the submission, numerous choices and variants for escaping or countering the position/submission are shown.
The techniques are discussed and broken down in great depth, and they are presented from a variety of perspectives.
Cross lapel choke from the guard escape is one of the escapes covered.
The mount escape resulted in a cross lapel choke.
The mount escape choked Ezequiel.
The mount escape resulted in an Americana shoulder lock.
Side control escape results in an Americana shoulder lock.
Kimura shoulder lock escape from bottom half guard.
Kimura shoulder lock escape from top half guard.
From full guard escape, Kimura shoulder lock.
Side control escape results in a Kimura shoulder lock.
Guard escape arm bar.
Mount escape arm bar.
Triangle choke posture is released.
Triangle choke sandwich eludes capture.
Triangle choke elbow escapes on the mat.
Escapes from a triangle choke.
The Omoplata shoulder lock stance is released.
Escapes from the Omoplata shoulder lock roll out.
Through escapes, Omoplata shoulder lock knee.
Omoplata shoulder lock escapes, followed by Omoplata.
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