Reverse pivot drill / Double leg takedown drill / Recover guard from turtle - Partner passes guard to side / Side control to mount transition with knee / Side control to mount transition facing the legs / Asymmetrical choke from side control / Flow drill: recover guard from turtle - partner passes guard to side then transitions to mount or asymmetrical choke
With a significant amount of teaching and drilling in my near-term, on the mat, future, Pan Middleweight Champion Otavio Sousa's omoplata attack from the arm wrap guard is near the top of my list as far as the latter is concerned.
Duck-under to rear ankle pick to topside turtle control / Duck-under to rear ankle pick to topside turtle control - partner recovers guard / Duck-under to rear ankle pick to topside turtle control - partner recovers closed guard - Saulo guard open and over the leg pass / Duck-under to rear ankle pick to topside turtle control - partner recovers closed guard - Saulo guard open and leg staple to backstep pass / Duck-under to rear ankle pick to topside turtle control - partner recovers half guard with underhook - pummel for underhook and knee cross pass
Coach Ze showed me this sweep Friday after training. He made the great point that as good as Bruno Malfacine is, Bruno is often overlooked in terms of champions whose style is emulated by others. Here is a nice simple sweep, especially tailored to those of us closer to Bruno's size than Bernardo's!
If you train jiu-jitsu, then there's a pretty good chance someone you know and love is competing at the IBJJF 2017 Pan Jiu-Jitsu Championships that begin today. Watch them - and the rest of the field - at FloGrapping.com.
Part of being a good jiu-jitsu teammate is staying away from the mats when you are coming down with a cold. If you've been sick for a while, are starting to feel better, and wondering if you should come back - come back. You are probably no longer contagious. But if you are starting to feel your own personal "tells" (headache, scratchy throat, whatever) that you might be about to catch something, PLEASE take a day off or two for your teammates' sake so you don't infect the entire school.
So stay home. Watch videos on FloGrappling. Read back issues of GracieMag. Go for a walk in the fresh air. Hell, even stop by the academy and watch your teammates train. Just don't get on the mat if you're coming down with a cold. You're not doing anyone any favors.