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.

Passing Z-Guard - Leg Rope Pass & Knee-Cross Pass

Passing Z-Guard - Leg Rope Pass & Knee-Cross Pass

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Xande explains two different approaches to passing your opponent's Z-Guard. The first pass is the leg rope pass in which you utilize your arm to weave and immobilize your leg while using pressure to immobilize their hips. The knee-cross pass involves re-flattening your opponent before crossing your knee to pass their guard.

Rafael Lovato Jr Seminar (2/7) - Headquarters Position

Rafael Lovato Jr Seminar (2/7) - Headquarters Position

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Rafael Lovato Jr teaches how to set up the guard passing HQ position that serves as a hub to all of the other guard passes in this seminar.

Rafael Lovato Jr Seminar (3/7) - X-Pass from HQ Position

Rafael Lovato Jr Seminar (3/7) - X-Pass from HQ Position

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Rafael teaches how to pass your opponent's guard utilizing the X-Pass from the HQ Position.

Rafael Lovato Jr Seminar (4/7) - Side Smash Pass from HQ Position

Rafael Lovato Jr Seminar (4/7) - Side Smash Pass from HQ Position

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Rafael Lovato Jr. teaches how to set up the side smash pass and how to position yourself to exert intense pressure on your opponent to keep them pinned in the smashed guard to transition to the mount position.

Rafael Lovato Jr Seminar (5/7) - Side Smash Pass to Cross Knee Pass

Rafael Lovato Jr Seminar (5/7) - Side Smash Pass to Cross Knee Pass

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In this lesson, Rafael teaches how to transition from a failed side smash pass right into a cross knee pass based on your opponent's reactions. Developing good flow between a system of guard passes can greatly increase your chances of overwhelming the opponent and passing their guard.

Rafael Lovato Jr Seminar (6/7) - The ButtFlop Pass from HQ Position

Rafael Lovato Jr Seminar (6/7) - The ButtFlop Pass from HQ Position

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Rafael Lovato Jr teaches the buttflop guard pass, a very dynamic open guard pass that involves passing your opponent's guard as you establish the cross face at the same time. This guard pass may feel unnatural at first but by drilling the pass you will begin to find many opportunities to use this pass.

Rafael Lovato Jr Seminar (7/7) - ButtFlop Pass to Side Smash and Mount

Rafael Lovato Jr Seminar (7/7) - ButtFlop Pass to Side Smash and Mount

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Rafael teaches how to transition from the buttflop pass to the side smash position and establish the mount on your opponent.

Torreada Pass

Torreada Pass

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Xande explains his approach to the Torreada Pass, also known as the bullfighting pass. Compare this style of Torreada passing to Leandro Lo's lesson and you'll notice differences between the two styles.