Bottom Half Guard - Far Side Kimura Series (Part 1)
1: The Kimura Grip
The basic kimura on the opponent's far arm from bottom half guard. Primarily attacked from the knee shield half guard and its variants.
You are in a position to lock the kimura. So you lock the Kimura grip on the opponents arm...
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The Opponent reacts by attempting to roll out from your grip.
Lockdown to prevent the opponent rolling.
Use the lockdown to prevent the opponent rolling while you attack the sub.
Following the roll (Opponent clears half)
Follow the roll to top position even if your opponent clears the half guard.
The opponent attempts to posture up and rip their arm out of your grip.
Kimura hip bump (When opponent postures)
Use the hip bump as the opponent postures to land in a dominant finishing/passing position from top half.
The opponent sinks their weight low to prevent you from exposing their arm.
Transition to closed guard (Opponent low with legs spread)\
By keeping their hips back the opponent cannot prevent you from getting closed guard.
Kimura hook sweep (When opponent blocks hips)
By over committing the opponent may be vulnerable to hook sweeps.
The opponent weaves their head in to take away your ability to attack the kimura
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