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It’s always a difficult situation when your opponent manages to get a single-leg. Learn here how to get back to safety.
After avoiding getting your leg trapped on the single-leg, sprawl to put your opponent against the ground and create an opportu...
Learn how to turn your opponent to execute a technique for breaking their grip and obtain side control.
To avoid being on the wrong end of a head-outside single-leg entry, use your forearm to move your opponent’s head inside.
Another way to avoid the single-leg shot consists of pushing your opponent's head away from your support leg.
Another option for thwarting the single-leg takedown consists of pushing your head against your opponent's neck.
As you manage to sprawl in a BJJ match, it is key to correctly move to your opponent's back.
In a single-leg attempt, you can slide the leg pointing the knee down.
One more option for your defensive arsenal. In this technique, it is necessary to lock your opponent's leg and thus create a le...
When there’s a single-leg attempt, one common maneuver is to try for the guillotine. But in this case, we’ll use the guillotine...
If you’re on the bottom and your opponent is standing, block their foot and hip to employ this sweep.
The single-leg technique can also be effectively used in the gi.
The sumi gaeshi technique can also be used as a sacrifice technique against the single-leg.
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