Kimura - Ude garame - from the guard

By Yossi Sheriff

This Kimura is a variation of Ude garame done from the guard. See this for a variation from side control. Kimura - Ude garame - from the guard is a part of the syllabus of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Judo and Budo Ninjutsu.

Attack from guard
Sweeps
Scissor sweep
Hip sweep
Hook sweep
Flower sweep
Guardinho sweep
Chocks
Normal cross choke
Reverse cross choke
Thrust chock
Triangle choke
Arm locks
Juji gatame
Kimura
Omoplata

Description of Kimura - Ude garame - from the guard

  1. The trigger: your opponent post his hand on the mat.
  2. The setup: Break guard and post your right leg on the mat. Using the right leg as base turn on your left side, grab his right hand with your left hand, then crunch and grab your left arm with your right hand. Using you right right leg as base, push your body sideways. Pull closed guard again, this time with your body slightly to the side of his body.
  3. The lock: while keeping a closed guard, twist your body to your right and bring his hand towards his shoulder.

Video of Kimura - Ude garame - from the guard

Hebrew

קישור לקימורה, בריח כתף ומרפק משומר, גארד


This technique is part of Budo Ninjutsu Grade requirements syllabus Yellow belt grade requirements, Orange belt grade requirements, Green belt grade requirements and of Black Belt grade requirements

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