JJU 2-0 to 2-5 and 6-4 Surviving and Escaping All Fours Position

JJU 2-0 to 2-5 and 6-4 Surviving and Escaping All Fours Position

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Saulo explains the basic survival posture in the All Fours position when your opponent has your back with both hooks in. He explains how to use your hands and how to roll over to your back to begin positioning yourself for an escape.

JJU 3-0 to 3-6, 7-1 Mount Survival and Mount Elbow Escape

JJU 3-0 to 3-6, 7-1 Mount Survival and Mount Elbow Escape

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Saulo explains how to survive in the mount position and how to set up the Mount knee elbow escape to recover your guard.

JJU 1-0 to 1-3, 6-0, 6-1 Back Survival and The Scoop Escape

JJU 1-0 to 1-3, 6-0, 6-1 Back Survival and The Scoop Escape

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Saulo explains how to position yourself to survive the back, common mistakes from the back position, how to hand fight in the position, and how to set up the basic scoop escape to get your opponent off your back.

JJU Introduction to the Back Position

JJU Introduction to the Back Position

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Saulo explains what it means to have your back taken and what defines the back position along with some basic postures that are common in the position.

JJU Introduction to Survival

JJU Introduction to Survival

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Saulo explains that white belts will often find themselves in survival mode and that survival is defined by protecting yourself to prevent your opponent from advancing in position or submissions.

JJU 17-11 Collar Drag Off Torreada Defense

JJU 17-11 Collar Drag Off Torreada Defense

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Xande explains how to set up and perform the collar drag when your opponent is looking to pass your guard with the torreada defense. This lesson can be found on page 137 of the JJU book.

JJU 17-10 Early Torreada Pass Defense

JJU 17-10 Early Torreada Pass Defense

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Xande explains how to prevent your opponent from passing your guard with the Torreada pass by making good use of distance and grips to control their options. This lesson can be found on page 137 of the JJU book.

JJU 17-07, 17-08 Same Side Knee Block Defense

JJU 17-07, 17-08 Same Side Knee Block Defense

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Xande teaches how to defend when your opponent attempts to pass your guard with the same side knee pass. This lesson can be found on page 133 of the JJU book.

JJU 17-05B Over Under Pass Defense Variation

JJU 17-05B Over Under Pass Defense Variation

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Xande explains a variation on how to defend and stop your opponent's attempts to pass your guard with the over under pass when your opponent is leaving some space between his head and your body.

JJU 17-05 Over Under Pass Defense

JJU 17-05 Over Under Pass Defense

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Xande explains how to defend and stop your opponent's attempts to pass your guard with the over under pass.

JJU 17-02 Double Under Leg Pass Defense

JJU 17-02 Double Under Leg Pass Defense

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Xande explains how to defend with the double under leg pass defense where your opponent is under hooking both legs to pass your guard in a stack passing style. This lesson can be found on page 126 of the JJU book.

JJU 17-03 Leg Squeeze Defense

JJU 17-03 Leg Squeeze Defense

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Xande explains how to defend against the leg squeeze pass where your opponent squeezes both of your legs together with his arms in an attempt to get around your legs in a wresting style pass.