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Jeff Glover - Submissions From Bad Positions

Jeff Glover - Submissions From Bad Positions

Over the years, Jeff Glover has built up a healthy reputation as being someone that’s very difficult to submit. If you’ve seen any of Jeff’s matches in recent years, you’ve seen that he’s not afraid to give his opponent plenty of opportunities to attack. Whether it’s backing in to an opponent to pull donkey guard or simply sitting down with his back turned, Jeff’s not afraid to take risks.
- Issue 44

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Jeff Glover - Submissions From Bad Positions
  • RNC Neck Crank - Jeff Glover

    In gi competition, many might see it as being illegal. I had Jeff perform it on me and an argument could be made that I’m essentially choking myself out with my forearm. However, most people, especially refs, might see it as a neck crank. If a choke is being employed at the same time as a neck cr...

  • Toe Hold From Seatbelt - Jeff Glover

    This technique is legal whenever toe holds are legal. In the gi, the toe hold is legal at brown and black belt but this is depending on the tournament.. Jeff demonstrates it with Doug Life having his back, both hooks in, and the seatbelt. But it could also be performed with your opponent having t...

  • Toe Hold From Seatbelt v1 - Jeff Glover

    This technique is legal whenever toe holds are legal. In the gi, the toe hold is legal at brown and black belt but this is depending on the tournament.. Jeff demonstrates it with Doug Life having his back, both hooks in, and the seatbelt. But it could also be performed with your opponent having t...

  • Guard Pass to Guillotine or Darce - Jeff Glover

    In this technique, Jeff is going to bait Doug Life into the position he wants. However, it could come about through a scramble and could be one of those bad spots that Jeff just ends up in.
    Also in this technique, Jeff can lock up a Darce by once again baiting Doug Life to shoot in by exposing ...

  • Kneebar Escape To Darce - Jeff Glover

    This finish originates from Doug Life going for the kneebar on Jeff from half-guard. This is a common move that was first shown to us in Issue 22 by Dean Lister. There comes a point when Doug Life has to hook his arm around Jeff’s leg to eventually pull back for the kneebar. This is the moment th...

  • Mount Escape To Single Leg - Jeff Glover

    This move is risky. While performing it, you have to be aware of three possible ways of getting caught: guillotine, triangle, and Darce. You have to watch out for them and shut them down before your opponent can set them in.
    - Issue 44

  • Armbar Escape to Side Control - Jeff Glover

    This escape takes place from a traditional armbar that may have started from the mount. Jeff’s on his back and Doug Life has a hold of the arm and is ready to pull back and execute. Jeff’s going to hook an ankle to get quarter guard- from there, he’s reduced of the risk of the armbar and can do h...