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|http://www.INFERNOTPC.com | Steven Barnett & AJ Oliva of the Inferno Training & Performance Center and Team Pellegrino MMA in Marlboro NJ demonstrate the bump over sweep from full closed guard to mount. This is a highly effective and underutilized technique that is simple to do and massive in reward. There are also many transitions off of this sweep. See Part 2 or Part 3 for more of these transitions below. Subscribe to our YouTube page for more techniques: http://youtube.com/infernotpc | http://infernotpc.com
Part 1: http://youtu.be/Fv6D3eAgTTQ
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Part 2: http://youtu.be/sM6fvhTzZBQ
Part 3: http://youtu.be/LYLDxHjde-E
Bump Over Sweep from the Guard
Hey guys what's going on? It's Steve and AJ from the Inferno Training and Performance Center. We hope you guys have been enjoying our videos. We recently went over a chain from the guard with different attacks -- armbars, triangles, and coming off the scissor sweep. We received awesome feedback from that so we wanted to go over some multiple attaks again from the closed guard.
1:05 So I'll start on the bottom in my closed guard where I'll first be attacking with the sweep. My job is, when my opponent is in my guard, I want to break his posture.
1:22 I want to attack his arms, his neck and obviously in order to do that, I want him to be close by me so that I can get my legs up high on him because it's easier to swing armbars, triangles, set up for kimuras, etc. My opponent wants to keep that distance so this gives me an opportunity where I can go for that Bump Over Sweep. I try pulling him down and it's just not happening. I keep trying to pull him down and he continues to posture up. But this gives me a great opportunity as he's posturing up to follow up and sit up with him. So what we're going to do is learn the Bump Over Sweep.
1:51 As I keep pulling him down, the opponent keeps posturing up. I am going to get my opponent's arms off my waist. So I can swim in making my opponent's hands land on the mat. I'm going to open my guard and sit up and not just to my elbow. I am going to sit up onto my hand. This is very important because I am not going to be able to generate a lot of power from my elbow. If we're going for a kimura, then we stay on our elbow because we need to grab our opponent's wrist with our hand. However, with the bump over sweep, we're not going to stay on our elbow -- we're going to come up to our hand.
2:32 Our left hand is going to come around our opponent's back and grab their left elbow. Key point here. As we grab that left elbow, our hips lift off the ground simultaneously. I'm not just going to try and bump over our opponent with our hips still on the mat.
2:47 We raise our hips up high by our opponent's chest and we're up on 3 points -- our right hand and our left and right foot.
2:56 We want to take our opponent's left arm and we want to pull in through this hole, around my waist. As we're dong that, I am taking my left leg and will stick it in my opponent's left armpit to get him to flip over.
3:06 So from here, I'm going to be posted up on my right hand. My left hand is going to grab his elbow and pull it through. I'm going to kick my left leg up towards my opponent's armpit with a lot of power and swing him over ending up in mount.
3:19 Let's try those steps one more time. Again I am trying to break my opponent down by pulling him down and they posture up. My opponent's hands are on my stomach and I try swimming him out so that they land on the mat. I open my guard and sit all the way up on my right hand. I take my left hand and cup my opponent's left elbow. I'm posted up on my right hand with both my feet planted on the ground. I lift my hips up and I am going to pull his left arm right underneath my right armpit and my left leg is going to kick over whipping my opponent on the mat ending up in mount.
4:03 LIVE SPEED REPLAY
This puts us in a really good position. Being in jiu-jitsu, it's a luxury to be able to finish off our back and we want to be dangerous off our back and that's why we train off our back all the time but if I had the option, you always want to be on top in mount position.
4:34 SLOW MOTION REPLAY
4:43 PART 2: BUMP OVER SWEEP TO SLAPPING KIMURA http://youtu.be/sM6fvhTzZBQ