Rob Biernacki recently won gold at black belt in master’s ADCC Canada and in black M4 division at IBJJF NoGi Worlds.
In a critical match, he swept the reigning champion, came up on top, got entangled in an X guard situation, and then pulled a kneebar out of nowhere to get the submission.
The video below breaks down the unorthodox kneebar and finishing mechanics he used at IBJJF No Gi Worlds.
We also cover the training methods, especially the FYJJ Leg Spaghetti drill, which allowed him to pull it off! As you know if you’ve been following me for any length of time, I think that techniques are cool, but the training methods to drill those techniques into your head are the most important thing in jiu-jitsu.
Here’s the kneebar and the breakdown. Enjoy!
More No Gi Leglocks
If you want to improve your leglock game, check out these quick videos below…
Modern Leglock Formula
The Modern Leglock Formula is the best introduction to modern leglock game you can ask for. It emphasises the leglock positions and how they all hook together, meaning that no matter how tangled up your legs get you’ll always know what to do next.
This instructional is a Grapplearts best-seller for a good reason. Check it out!
Cutting Edge Leglocks
Cutting Edge Leglocks picks up where Modern Leglock Formula left off, covering intermediate to advanced level material.
In this very complete instructional Rob and I guide you through the highest level techniques, strategies, transitions, defences, and recounters of the modern leglock scene in no gi competition.