Can the berimbolo be neutralized? Learn how before the Jiu-Jitsu Worlds

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Tarcísio Jardim in blue against Alexandro Ceconi at 2012 Brazilian Nationals / Photo: Carlos Ozório/GRACIEMAG.com

South American Championship-winning heavyweight Tarcísio Jardim is yet another fighter adding broth to the melting pot at the 2012 Jiu-Jitsu World Championship, coming up the end of this month in Irvine, California. The CheckMat rep is one of Antonio Carlos “Cara de Sapato’s” training partners, and he’s currently in Santos, where he’s going through his preparations for the biggest IBJJF tournament of the year alongside Rodrigo Cavaca. Direct from the port city in São Paulo State, Tarcísio demonstrates two plenty-effective attacks against the berimbolo.

“First I wrap up the foot with the help of my lapel. Next, I like crossing my leg over the opponent’s body and thrusting myself towards his belly. Then I just squeeze out the lock,” he teaches.

Watch, learn and let us know what you liked or didn’t like about it in the comments field below.

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  1. submissionhunter at 8:05 pm

    Most berimbolo attacks are from the de la riva, not the reverse de la riva (“kiss of the dragon”) shown here… Great counters for the reverse de la riva, but I would like to see a couple from the de a riva/berimbolo attack!

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