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What I’ve so far been calling the windscreen wiper broom is something I was first shown by Ciaran at the Belfast Throwdown. That’s too the terminology used he expended. I next learn it expressed on Andre Anderson’s closed protector DVD, where he called it the ‘Rey Diogo sweep’, mentioning it after his instructor. John Will does something similar he dubs the ‘bearhug ankle lift’, except that his controls are different. I meditate I’m going to start referring to it as a ‘swivel kick sweep’ from now on in the interests of being descriptive. It too spotlights the part of the sweep most people forget to do, so hopefully announcing it that will help students retain the important bit.You have various options for controls, but I tend to start by grabbing their same slope trouser leg. Another common variance is off the two on one clutch shatter. It starts much the same as the back take from the same grip break( and certainly compounds well, you can switch between those techniques ). Gather their sleeve in your fist( i.e ., a handgun grasp ), then your other paw travels underneath their arm, grabbing your own wrist. The positioning now stuffs: you want to get the sleeve grip with your arm on the inside. View this post on Instagram

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With that configuration, you can either punch straight up to break their control, or angle your hips apart somewhat. Made to ensure that you maintain your clutch on their sleeve, straightening your forearm. You want to push their appendage across their body, while simultaneously drawing in with your knees. The aim is to collapse them on top of their arm. Due to the grip configuration, your outside mitt can reach around to their far armpit. Hook your paws in for a solid continue, then twist your elbow in securely. Combined with your stiff-arming sleeve grip, that should revolve their torso and make it hard for them to turn back towards you.Grab either the outside of their knee or the lower part of their trousers( keeping in mind you don’t demand your fingers inside the cuff of their trousers ). Be careful, as if your dissident knows this sweep, they may post their other leg out to stop you. Put your same feature hoof by that other leg, preserving it tight so there is no room for them to wriggle. If you can get their wrist up in order to be allowed to to grab it and gather the appendage around their head( known as a gift wrap ), that will realise the permutation much simpler, but it is possible to do the wipe without. View this announce on Instagram

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To get an optimal angle for this sweep, swivel your torso vertical. You should end up looking into their ear, in a same motion to Ryan Hall’s triangle finish, or the armbar. You can then kick your leg into their side, fitting with Hall’s theory of imparting bigger muscle groups to bear rather than small-time ones. You are knocking directly forwards, squandering your hamstring, rather than swinging your leg over, which would use your abductors. Lift their leg( either a trouser grasp or fastening under the leg, if they step up) and roll into mount. You should end up in a solid low-grade setting. I’d intimate immediately staying low and grabbing their intelligence, focusing on solidifying the mount before you continue. Keep viewed of their leg, as well as the sleeve if you gripped it earlier, spreading that sleeve forwards. Holding the leg makes it hard for them to bridge, while viewing the sleeve and arranging the limb could precede instantly into a submission, such as an americana. To further assist with that, slither your knee up on the sleeve traction side, so they can’t bring their shoulder back to their side. View this upright on Instagram

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That’s the difference I find works best for me, hence announcing it swivel knock. It works well off the leg clamp extremely, as well as off other ways of getting to a back take from closed protect. ________________Teaching Document: Nothing much to add, I’m moderately confident about this one. As ever I’m emphasising the gift wrap, so for next time it would be good to practice other grasps a bunch, as well as follow ups when things go wrong. I’m going to teach an armbar from that same importance, that should bring up some more material to think about for next time.( c) 2004 -2 017 Can Sonmez, originally published on You can also find me at my school, Artemis BJJ

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