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Hey, guys. This is Pablo Popovitch here at The Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu in Oakland Park, Florida. We're going to start today with the Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu techniques for beginners. Basically, we want to start in the guard position, right? Jay's defending himself from the guard, and he's going to apply a submission, a Kimura. So, first thing he's going to do, he's going to control Fred's wrist. He's going to open his guard, and he's going to sit up, all the way up, he's going to grab his own wrist, and he's going to use his momentum, going all the way back down to the floor to apply the technique. Look how he's controlling Fred with his leg, right onto his back. And, he's going to finish the position by bringing the wrist against Fred's neck. And, once Fred feels the pressure, he's going to tap. So, let's get into more details here. So, he's controlling the wrist, he's going to open the guard, sit all the way up, and look how he's going around and grabbing his own wrist. And that's going to give him a lot of strength to finish the move. Now, once he accomplish that control, he's going to go use the momentum, going all the way back down to the floor, throwing the leg over, and he's going to finish the position by bringing the wrist against the back of Fred's neck, just like that. Once Fred's tap, that means he cannot take the position anymore, he's about to break his arm, and that's what the great thing about jujitsu, okay? So, let's do it one more time, real quick. And, that's one of the positions for beginners. One more time, Jay. Control the wrist, sit all the way up, grab your own wrist, finish the position by going back, and finish with the leg. Once again, guys, this is Pablo Popovitch here at The Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Center in Oakland Park, Florida. And, you just watched Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu for beginners clip.