Xande's Collar Guard Series 14 - Get Up Sweep

Xande's Collar Guard Series 14 - Get Up Sweep

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Xande is playing his collar guard, but his opponent wants to keep distance to avoid his attacks, so he backs away from Xande. This gives Xande space, so he immediately does his get up and grabs his opponent's pants. By pulling with the pants grip and pushing with the collar grip, Xande sweeps and comes to the top.

Xande's Collar Guard Series 13 - More Arm Drag Options

Xande's Collar Guard Series 13 - More Arm Drag Options

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Xande answers a couple questions from his uke, and goes a little more in depth on the arm drag he showed before, and offers a couple different options when using it. He also briefly discusses the 2-on-1 arm drag and gives a little preview to his next position in this series.

Xande's Collar Guard Series 12 - Collar Drag

Xande's Collar Guard Series 12 - Collar Drag

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While playing the collar guard with the collar and sleeve control, Xande is unable to hit the arm drag he showed in the last position, so instead he looks for the collar drag. The hand that controls the sleeve lets go and posts on the mat, his foot comes to the outside and he pulls the collar hard, bringing his opponent's face to the mat. Now he can come up to the back as he did in the last position, or if the arm gets trapped between his legs, he can set up the crucifix.

Xande's Collar Guard Series 11 - Arm Drag to Back Take

Xande's Collar Guard Series 11 - Arm Drag to Back Take

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While playing the collar guard, Xande is controlling his opponent's collar and sleeve, with one foot on the hip and one on the knee. In one motion, Xande pulls the arm across his body and closes his guard on the side of his opponent's body. The elbow of his arm controlling the collar is on the ground and he reaches across the back, grabbing the armpit. He uses the armpit grip and his top leg to pull himself on top of his opponent's back, and rolls through to end up in a good back take position.

Xande's Collar Guard Series 10 - Loop Choke

Xande's Collar Guard Series 10 - Loop Choke

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Xande shows another effective choke he uses from the collar guard, the loop choke. Already with his collar grip, Xande grabs the back of his opponent's head and shoves it under his armpit, making sure he drops the weight of his shoulder down. Blocking the far side arm, Xande rolls to his back, placing his head in the hole between their bodies. From here, he grabs the other arm for leverage and finishes the choke. If his opponent rolls, he can roll with him and finish the choke.

Xande's Collar Guard Series 9 - Collar Guard Gripping Concepts

Xande's Collar Guard Series 9 - Collar Guard Gripping Concepts

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Xande answers a question about the specific grips he uses while playing the collar guard. He goes into detail on his preferred finger placement and motion of each hand while gripping and choking.

Xande's Collar Guard Series 8 - Cross Collar Choke

Xande's Collar Guard Series 8 - Cross Collar Choke

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Xande shows his favorite attack from the collar guard, which is the cross collar choke. While playing the collar guard, Xande's opponent goes to smash him, so he immediately closing his fingers tighter, causing the fabric on the other side to create a ridge he can grab hold of with his other hand. From here he pulls his opponent down and finishes the choke.

Xande's Collar Guard Series 7 - Basic Movements when Your Opponent is Standing (Part 3 of 3)

Xande's Collar Guard Series 7 - Basic Movements when Your Opponent is Standing (Part 3 of 3)

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Xande now has the collar guard, but does not have a grip on his opponent's sleeve, so he uses his hand as a post while playing the seated collar guard. As his opponent tries passing on either side, Xande shows how he moves with him and always stays in front so his guard does not get passed.

Xande's Collar Guard Series 6 - Basic Movements when Your Opponent is Standing (Part 2 of 3)

Xande's Collar Guard Series 6 - Basic Movements when Your Opponent is Standing (Part 2 of 3)

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Continuing his collar guard lesson, Xande now shows what he does when his opponent backs up to create space. Rather than sitting up, Xande will turn his body, take his foot off the hip and place the De La Riva hook to pull his opponent in, while stretching his other leg away to keep the distance. Xande also shows a couple sweep options from here, including the tripod and overhead sweep.

Xande's Collar Guard Series 5 - Basic Movements when Your Opponent is Standing (Part 1 of 3)

Xande's Collar Guard Series 5 - Basic Movements when Your Opponent is Standing (Part 1 of 3)

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Xande continues to cover the basic movements while playing the collar guard, but now his opponent is standing. His first step is to stretch his legs and create distance between him and his opponent. When his opponent moves to the side, Xande firmly pulls down on the collar to break his posture, and he squares his hips back to him, resetting his position.

Xande's Collar Guard Series 4 - Basic Movements when Your Opponent is on His Knees (Part 4 of 4)

Xande's Collar Guard Series 4 - Basic Movements when Your Opponent is on His Knees (Part 4 of 4)

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While playing the collar guard, Xande feels his opponent weave his arm through his legs to smash and pass. Immediately Xande's reaction is to extend his body and get up on his elbow. Now he turns his body over to the inside and frees his foot by bringing his knee up. He creates distance between his opponent and sits back on his butt, ready to play the collar guard again.

Xande's Collar Guard Series 3 - Basic Movements when Your Opponent is on His Knees (Part 3 of 4)

Xande's Collar Guard Series 3 - Basic Movements when Your Opponent is on His Knees (Part 3 of 4)

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While playing the collar guard, Xande's opponent smashes his legs and puts heavy pressure on him. Xande reacts by extending his body away from him, basing on his elbow and escaping his hips so he can replace his original collar guard position. Xande also shows how to maintain the guard when his opponent moves from side to side.

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