JJU 25-21 to 25-22 Closed Guard Break with Knee Up the Middle and Opening Against Double Underhooks

JJU 25-21 to 25-22 Closed Guard Break with Knee Up the Middle and Opening Against Double Underhooks

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In this lesson we learn two ways to open your opponent's closed guard. The Knee up the Middle guard break uses your knee as a wedge to create space to force open the legs. It's a simple but highly effective solution for forcing open the closed guard against opponents with longer legs. We also learn how to deal with opening the closed guard when your opponent is hugging on to you like an overly-cuddly sloth or koala bear with the double underhooks.

JJU 25-19 to 25-20 Standing Closed Guard Break with Same Side Sleeve Grip

JJU 25-19 to 25-20 Standing Closed Guard Break with Same Side Sleeve Grip

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In this lesson Saulo teaches how to break your opponent's closed guard when you have the same side sleeve by standing to create space. We also learn to force open the closed guard using both hands if your opponent manages to free your sleeve grip.

JJU 25-17 to 25-18 Standing Closed Guard Break with Hip Pressure

JJU 25-17 to 25-18 Standing Closed Guard Break with Hip Pressure

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Saulo explains how to break your opponent's closed guard by standing and applying pressure to your opponent's hips. Bracing off of their hips allows us to move away backwards and, with the right angle of your hips, create the necessary pressure to force our opponent's legs open to break the closed guard.

JJU 25-21 Close Guard Break by Standing, Armpit Grip Opening & Bridge Defense

JJU 25-21 Close Guard Break by Standing, Armpit Grip Opening & Bridge Defense

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This video contains lesson 25-21 found on page 220 of the JJU Book. 25-21 Armpit Grip Opening & Bridge Defense

JJU 25-15 to 25-19 Passing Closed Guard by Standing Series

JJU 25-15 to 25-19 Passing Closed Guard by Standing Series

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This video contains lessons 25-15, 25-16, 25-17, 25-18, and 25-19 found on pages 214-220 of the JJU Book. This series covers how to break the closed guard by standing. 25-15 Base Warm-Up 25-16 Standing Correctly vs. Incorrectly 25-17 Standing Open with Hip Pressure 25-18 Defensive Squatting & Standing Open 25-19 Open when Opponent Hides One Arm

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