Yeah, I have literally never done a sequence like that in Bjj. Typically what happens is that you do the shrimping drill up and down the mat, and you then apply the shrimp when you're rolling. I have never seen shrimping paired with a leg sweep in a drill. I don't even know if that's possible because there's no way to predict what your opponent is going to do after the shrimp so adding a sweep to the shrimp would be a waste of time. I'll grant you the possibility of a technical stand up, because all that requires is for you to be clear of your opponent, but I've never seen that drilled in sequence either. Yeah, a pre-arranged form or pattern. The second video is the guy doing a series of drills that is not pre-arranged. He's just doing them one after another. He could completely flip the order around and do different drills and it wouldn't matter. You can't do that in a Karate kata. Basai-dai for example has a set beginning, middle and end. That's exactly what it is in the context I was responding to. You're simply moving the goalpost now to include any physical drill that someone does, and we both know that's nonsense.