The learning of BJJ depends on repetition. That which is not repeated will be inevitably forgotten. Therefore, in this first course review, we will take a second look at what we studied in the first five modules:
1) Attacks from the closed guard
2) Defensive guard
3) Attacks from side control
4) Side control escapes
5) Attacks from the back
Among the techniques taught is this armlock shown by Renzo for you to apply when your opponent is inside your closed guard with their arm flexed, trying to escape the traditional armbar.
Regarding attacks from side control, Leo Tunico likes to trap his opponent’s arm with the lapel and evolve into an armbar — a position that got a lot of praise in week three and which you will do well to revisit.
Bruno Fernandes comes back to tell you how often you should practice BJJ:
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