I was looking back through a list of experimental techniques from years ago that I never filmed, and start practicing them with Alvin. Some were dead on arrival, but others showed promise. Some I have used successfully in training but never added to my standard arsenal and were lost to time. Until now.
The first of these forgotten techniques is the closed guard Kimura Trap. This is a twist on reverse Kimura trap from guard and looks very similar, but it’s quite different. There is a clear path to the arm bar with this one, along with a back take. You can also hit all kinds of sweeps here, such as the flower sweep I demonstrate.
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