Clark Gracie's Omoplata - Wheel Pass (Part 9/10)

Clark Gracie's Omoplata - Wheel Pass (Part 9/10)

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Clark teaches the wheel pass, a quick open guard pass that can be initiated from the knees or standing against the butterfly or open guard.


Clark Gracie's Omoplata - Flying Triangle or Armbar against Butterfly Guard with Cross Collar Grip (Part 8/10)

Clark Gracie's Omoplata - Flying Triangle or Armbar against Butterfly Guard with Cross Collar Grip (Part 8/10)

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Clark shows an acrobatic submission, the flying triangle and flying armbar when your opponent has you in their butterfly guard with a cross collar grip. With good timing and practice, you can catch your opponent off guard by jumping past through their butterfly guard straight into the submission.

JJU 25-13 Double Underhook Hop Pass Variation

JJU 25-13 Double Underhook Hop Pass Variation

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This Double Underhook Pass is quick and works well when your opponent is spending a lot of his energy to keep his legs open and driving down in an attempt to prevent your more classical double under pass by stacking. Instead of muscling your opponent's legs, hop over their legs instead to secure the side control.

Inside the University 5 - One Handed Y Grip Break

Inside the University 5 - One Handed Y Grip Break

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Xande's Y Grip Break is one of the rare techniques that can be picked up almost immediately just by watching. Instantly put this one handed sleeve grip break into your game to help free your arm when passing your opponent's guard or when you are fighting for grips.

JJU 10-2 to 10-3 Armbar Escape to Guard Pass

JJU 10-2 to 10-3 Armbar Escape to Guard Pass

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Saulo demonstrates how to follow up the classic armbar from guard escape with an immediate guard pass. With the two variations that he teaches, you can choose to pass to the front side or toward your opponent's back side.

X-Pass and Wheel Pass

X-Pass and Wheel Pass

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Saulo teaches how to do the X-Pass and Wheel Pass in a combination to overwhelm your opponent and pass their guard. These two passes go hand-in-hand and you can utilize both to keep your opponent guessing to increase the likelihood of passing their guard.

JJU 25-12 Double Underhook Pass

JJU 25-12 Double Underhook Pass

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Saulo teaches the double underhook pass where both arms are underhooking your opponent's legs. This lesson can be found on page 209 of the JJU book.

JJU 25-11 Miragaia Under-Over Pass

JJU 25-11 Miragaia Under-Over Pass

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Saulo shows a variation to the basic under over pass called the "Miragaia" pass. This lesson can be found on page 211 of the JJU book.

JJU 25-10 Beating the Hip Block from Over-Under Pass

JJU 25-10 Beating the Hip Block from Over-Under Pass

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Saulo explains how to use your knee or arm to defeat the hip block when performing the over-under pass.

JJU 25-09 Basic Underhook Pass

JJU 25-09 Basic Underhook Pass

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Saulo explains how to set up the basic underhook pass as seen in the JJU book on page 204.

Guard Pass Drills from Combat Base

Guard Pass Drills from Combat Base

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Saulo teaches how to chain and drill various guard pass drills from the combat base stance and talks of the importance between being able to flow between the options to find opportunities to pass your opponent's guard.

JJU 25-13 Double Under Pass Attempt to Over Under Pass

JJU 25-13 Double Under Pass Attempt to Over Under Pass

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This lesson is a similar variation to the lesson found in page 211 of the JJU book with the title "25-13 Double Underhook Pass Variation. "Xande explains how to transition into the over under pass from a double under pass attempt. Securing your opponent's hips before the crossface is an important detail that will ensure that your opponent cannot shrimp away from you to create space and defend the pass.