open guard sweep videos

Discussion in 'Brazilian Jiu Jitsu' started by Giovanni, Aug 22, 2016.

  1. Giovanni

    Giovanni Well-Known Member Supporter

    this is my go-to sweep from the de la riva too.

    [ame=""]The First Sweep to Go For from de la Riva Guard - YouTube[/ame]

    but watch our for your training partner because the fall can be rough--in competition, just go for it.
  2. greg1075

    greg1075 Valued Member

  3. Korpy

    Korpy Whatever Works

    I should make a video.

    But Eddie Cummings taught me an awesome butterfly sweep where you go for a sweep, and make your opponent fall right into inside sankaku for leg locks.

    It is my go to sweep.
  4. Giovanni

    Giovanni Well-Known Member Supporter

    [ame=""]Emily Kwok - Sickle Sweep from Open Guard - BJJ Weekly #056 - YouTube[/ame]

    sickle sweep from open guard.
  5. greg1075

    greg1075 Valued Member

    2 for 1.

    @ 3'48'', Lovato does one of the sweeps Hannette Staack showed at her seminar; and at 7'39'' Garcia pulls off his baseball/hook sweep demo'd above.

    Last edited: Sep 8, 2016
  6. Giovanni

    Giovanni Well-Known Member Supporter

    whoa 51 sweeps in 7 minutes! there are some closed guard sweeps at the beginning, but most of the sweeps are in fact open.

    [ame=""]51 BJJ Guard Sweeps in Less Than 7 Minutes - Jason Scully - YouTube[/ame]

    so per the video this is just a reference. not very detailed explanation.
  7. Skiptowncat

    Skiptowncat New Member

    Some great stuff here, I just wish I could remember it all when I'm actually rolling with someone.
  8. Giovanni

    Giovanni Well-Known Member Supporter

    the solution to that is just to roll...a lot. :)
  9. Skiptowncat

    Skiptowncat New Member

    Actually managed to pull that Marcelo short hook sweep off tonight, absolutely buzzing now!!
  10. adam-s-bjj

    adam-s-bjj New Member

    The one I use the most from open guard is the tripod sweep, so easy to set up once you have the gripping pattern trained into the muscle memory, the more they pull away the easier it is to, as it makes them more rigid and tends to offset their centre of gravity, as long as you have the grips set firmly,

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