Jiu-Jitsu Techniques

There are several jiu-jitsu techniques that beginners should learn and master[1][2][3][4]:

  • Side Control Escape[1]
  • Triangle Choke[1][2]
  • Cross Collar Choke from Guard[1]
  • “UPA” / Bridge and Roll Escape vs. Mount[1]
  • Closed Guard Break[2]
  • Armbar from Mount and Closed Guard[2]
  • Toreando Pass[2]
  • Guillotine Choke[3]
  • Kimura Lock[3][4]
  • Shrimp Move[3]
  • Sprawl Move[3]
  • Sweeps for White Belts (e.g. hip bump)[1][3]
  • Escaping Techniques for White Belts (e.g. guard pulling)[2][4]
  • Takedowns for Beginners (e.g. arm drag from closed guard)[4][5].

CITATIONS

  1. 10 Basic Jiu Jitsu Techniques that will Improve your Game
    https://www.bjj-spot.com/basic-jiu-jitsu-techniques
    Technique 3: The Triangle Choke. The triangle choke is one of many signature submission moves in BJJ. People of all tiers of martial arts experiences, whether they are a white belt or a high-level international competitor such as an MMA fighter, are able to utilize it. This move works for both gi and no-gi styles.
  2. 10 Of The Best Jiu-Jitsu Techniques For Beginners
    https://jiujitsutimes.com/10-of-the-best-jiu-jitsu-techniques-for-beginners Triangle choke. Once a triangle choke is locked in properly, it’s very hard to escape. Better yet, the triangle is an easy transitional submission — you can go from an armbar to a triangle …
  3. Jiu Jitsu Moves and Techniques for White Belts (Full Guide)
    https://jiujitsu-news.com/jiu-jitsu-moves-and-techniques-for-white-belts
    The guillotine choke is one of the top Brazilian jiu-jitsu submission techniques you should learn and master. It is widely used in BJJ and MMA tournaments since it is one of the most effective attacks. As a result, white belts should become familiarized with this great head and arm choke technique to create an excellent attacking game.
  4. 7 Jiu Jitsu Moves You Should Learn First | Jiu Jitsu Legacy
    https://jiujitsulegacy.com/bjj-lifestyle/7-jiu-jitsu-moves-learn-first
    Jiu Jitsu can seem complicated at first, but by learning the fundamental tactics and techniques you can quickly build a competent foundation. Do your best to learn the basic warm-ups, sweeps, submissions, and positions that will give you a well-rounded Jiu Jitsu game for years to come.
  5. 3 Fundamental Jiu Jitsu Techniques For Beginners | JiuJitsu.com
    https://jiujitsu.com/blogs/jiujitsu/fundamental-jiu-jitsu-techniques
    When you first start Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, it’s easy to feel completely overwhelmed by the number of techniques and positions. It’s certainly true that the list of ‘must know’ BJJ moves can get pretty long and will take some effort to learn them all. Nevertheless, starting with one move at a time is the only tried and

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