JJU 28-2 Classic Leg Lasso Pass by Changing Angles

JJU 28-2 Classic Leg Lasso Pass by Changing Angles

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Saulo teaches a classic way to pass the leg lasso pass by changing the angle of your body to weaken the lasso. Often times your opponent will sense that they can take your back and release the lasso willingly, but if they don't, change angles and pressure the leg to smash their leg or cut around their leg to pass the guard.

JJU 27-11 Butterfly Pass with Star Pass

JJU 27-11 Butterfly Pass with Star Pass

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The star pass is similar to the hip switch pass but requires more adept finesse by combining the need to switch your hips while applying pressure mid switch to immobilize your opponent's hips. To immobilize your opponent, use the grip on the belt, your shoulder, and your head to create a tripod and balance your weight until you are able to switch your hips for the pass.

JJU 27-09 Butterfly Pass with Floating Hip Switch Pass

JJU 27-09 Butterfly Pass with Floating Hip Switch Pass

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Saulo teaches to pass the butterfly guard by using the common principle of changing the angles of your hip to neutralize and smash the butterfly hooks. Although it may seem simple at first, using a hip switch to neutralize the butterfly hook takes good timing and finesse to accomplish.

JJU 37-07 Triangle Choke from the Mount

JJU 37-07 Triangle Choke from the Mount

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Xande teaches how to set up the triangle choke submission from the top mount position.

JJU 28-0 to 28-1 Spider Guard Pass with Break and Pass

JJU 28-0 to 28-1 Spider Guard Pass with Break and Pass

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Saulo teaches how to break the spider guard control and pass the guard. In this pass we change the angles of our arms to relieve the pressure from the spider guard and redirect the legs to the side to finish the pass.

JJU 30-0 to 30-1 De la Riva Pass with Unlock and Pass

JJU 30-0 to 30-1 De la Riva Pass with Unlock and Pass

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Saulo teaches a basic way to pass the De la Riva guard by unlocking the hook and using your knee to cut across and around your opponent's guard.

JJU 27-06 Butterfly Level Change Pass

JJU 27-06 Butterfly Level Change Pass

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In this butterfly pass we create distance between our opponent's hooks and our hips by changing levels. The hooks become weak from the distance created and we take the moment of opportunity to clear the legs straight into side control.

JJU 27-05 Butterfly Hand Plant Pass

JJU 27-05 Butterfly Hand Plant Pass

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Saulo teaches a simple but effective way to pass your opponent's guard pass by planting your hand and using it as a block to nullify one of your opponent's hook and applying pressure while cutting to the side at an angle to pass their guard.

JJU 24-0 to 24-05 Deep Half Guard Homer Simpson or Back Door Sweep Combination

JJU 24-0 to 24-05 Deep Half Guard Homer Simpson or Back Door Sweep Combination

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Xande teaches how to set up the deep half guard from the half guard and sweep your opponent with the homer simpson or back door sweep.

JJU 27-04 Butterfly Leg Wrap Pass

JJU 27-04 Butterfly Leg Wrap Pass

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Saulo teaches the butterfly leg wrap pass. In this pass we establish a grip on our opponent's pants and use our shoulder to smash the butterfly hooks to the side. Using good pressure is essential to keeping your opponent's butterfly hooks flat and smashing our opponent's knees to the ground will greatly increase the odds of passing their guard.

JJU 27-03 Wallid Ismael Butterfly Pass Variation

JJU 27-03 Wallid Ismael Butterfly Pass Variation

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In this lesson we learn how to pass the butterfly guard using the Wallid Ismael butterfly pass variation. This variation uses a quick sprawl and heavy pressure to quickly flatten and pass around your opponent's hook. Having multiple options in passing your opponent's butterfly guard will help to frustrate their defense.

JJU 27-02 Flat Butterfly Walk Around Pass

JJU 27-02 Flat Butterfly Walk Around Pass

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Saulo teaches a classic way to pass the flattened butterfly guard using hip and shoulder pressure to pin your opponent's legs and walking around their legs to establish the pass. Pressure is key to this guard pass. Our hands merely act as a brace and an accessory to prevent your opponent from following your movement with their legs.