White belt Jiu-Jitsu is comprised of a few specific techniques. Learn about white belt Jiu-Jitsu techniques with help from a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu practitioner in this free video clip.
This is Pablo Popovitch here at The Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Center in Oakland Park, Florida. We're going to be doing white belt techniques for Brazilian jujitsu. Going to start with the Arm Bar, very common position in jujitsu, Jay's on top, he's in the mounted position, and guys that don't know jujitsu tend to want to push the guy out of the position. But, by doing that, they expose their arms for a common submission that we call the Arm Bar, okay? First thing we're going to do is we're going to trap the arm. See how Jay's going under with that hand, and the other hand he's placing right on the chest so he can balance himself up. Once he establish that, he's going to lift the leg, and he's going to move his body. Do it one more time, Jay. Look how he's climbing Fred's position. This knee's going close to the head, he's keeping the other leg up in position. He turn his body, okay, facing the arm, and he's going to finish the position by throwing the leg over the head. One more time. He's controlling the wrist, keep the top pointed to the ceiling. Now, all he has to do is keep his legs locked so Fred doesn't escape, and he's going to bridge right on top of the arm, and finish the technique like that. Let's do it one more time, Jay, please. So, you start from the mount, the guy's pushing you on the chest trying to throw you off the mounted position. He places his hand right on the chest. Upper hand goes on top, he's controlling the wrist with the other hand. Now, he's going to position his body, knee, leg, throws the leg over. He'll finish the position with the Arm Bar. This is Pablo Popovitch from The Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Center in Oakland Park, Florida. You just watched white belt techniques for Brazilian jujitsu.