Posted On:1/03/2012 9:00am
Guard passing should be approached, not as a defense to your opponents guard but as an attack on your opponents guard. If you're opponent is always defending then they don't have much of a chance to start an offense on you and you will have less to worry about, which will give you a greater opportunity to beat your opponent.
In this video you will see 57 techniques that will give you a reference and ideas for what you can use. This video is only the beginning as there are so many more guard passes to be shown. Positions such as x-guard, single leg x, 50/50, inverted guard, some de la riva, some reverse de la riva, and more are not shown but will be shown soon in the future. I hope you enjoy.
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Posted On:1/03/2012 2:08pm
Love your videos, bro. Thanks for sharing.
I love the standard double under pass, but I've been doing it since white belt and most people know to drop the weight down on me as I get the double unders and I always get stuck. This gave me some awesome ideas of where to go.
Posted On:1/04/2012 7:53am
Style: Bjj, Muay Thai
As always awesome vid from you. I've really been watching your stuff and trying out your suggestions from your website feed, It's really helping me add more tools to the tool box, much appreciated.
Posted On:1/05/2012 7:37pm
Always need new ways to tackle the guard! :)
Still digging on James Brown
Posted On:1/06/2012 5:45am
Style: BJJ & Judo (1k)
I feel like I should watch this at least once a day.
Posted On:1/08/2012 12:18am
I haven't watched a technique video in years. But I am very glad I did. You, Sir, are commended.
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