Lloyd Irvin has made two instructional videos. First was the kimura mouse trap system years ago, and it was full of killer info on transitioning between the kimura, straight armbar, and keylock. The second video he’s done is this one. And true to form, Lloyd Irvin doesn’t disappoint.
This video takes a look at what he calls the Micro Transitional Drilling System. We are all taught moves, sweeps, passes, submissions, defenses, but it is what we do in between these moves that often determines our success. Lloyd shows a few techniques to capitalize on during situational transitioning. But more importantly than just these small techniques that he is showing is the theory. There is a game within the game and those that study and perfect these micro transitions will always be a step ahead of the competition.
So like he says, take the moves that work best for you, and study how you arrive there. If you can add some detail to the transitions to your favorite submissions, then you’ll be a step ahead, and increase your finish rate. Seriously awesome stuff and worth the wait.