Fabio Santos Old School Secrets 5 - Wrist Lock from Top Closed Guard and the Punch Choke from Closed Guard Overwrap

Fabio Santos Old School Secrets 5 - Wrist Lock from Top Closed Guard and the Punch Choke from Closed Guard Overwrap

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Fabio shares two sneaky submissions from the closed guard overwrap position, one for the person on top and one for the guard player. The wrist lock is a quick submission that you can catch when trying to pass the overwrap closed guard position while the punch choke is a way to submit your opponent on the opposite side.


Fabio Santos Old School Secrets 3 - Closed Guard Break to Single Under or Double Under Passing

Fabio Santos Old School Secrets 3 - Closed Guard Break to Single Under or Double Under Passing

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Fabio Santos covers the details on how to bait your opponent to allow you to open their guard and get into position for the single under or double under leg pass. Although some people may consider this style of passing, it still is a highly effective way to pass your opponent's guard.

Inside the University 97 - Opening and Passing Closed Guard with Standing Knee Cross Pass

Inside the University 97 - Opening and Passing Closed Guard with Standing Knee Cross Pass

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Saulo goes into great detail on how to behave and posture in your opponent's closed guard, how to stand and break the closed guard, and how to immediately transition into the knee cross pass right after the guard break.

Inside the University 83 - Proper Posture and Behavior for Closed Guard Passing on Top

Inside the University 83 - Proper Posture and Behavior for Closed Guard Passing on Top

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Xande covers some concepts on how to posture yourself when you're in your opponent's closed guard to neutralize their attacks and begin to position yourself for the pass. We learn to keep straight posture and our weight settled back. We also learn how to escape common grips that your opponents may use to break your posture.

Inside the University 52 - White Belt Mentality for Growth in Jiu Jitsu and Breaking the Closed Guard

Inside the University 52 - White Belt Mentality for Growth in Jiu Jitsu and Breaking the Closed Guard

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Saulo gives a speech on the mindset that white belts should have in order to progress in jiu jitsu. We also learn the classic hip pressure closed guard break folloed up with another speech on the nature of jiu jitsu.

White Belt University 5.1 Passing from the Knees - Classic Closed Guard Opening on the Knee and Underhook Pass

White Belt University 5.1 Passing from the Knees - Classic Closed Guard Opening on the Knee and Underhook Pass

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Saulo teaches how to hold proper posture in your opponent's closed guard, how to open the closed guard with the classic opening on the knees, and how to pass your opponent's guard with the single underhook guard pass.

White Belt University 5.2 Passing from the Knees - Double Underhook, Over Under, and Esgrima Passes

White Belt University 5.2 Passing from the Knees - Double Underhook, Over Under, and Esgrima Passes

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Saulo teaches three staple passes that can be used from your knees to pass your opponent's guard. The success of these passes rely on being able to apply pressure to immobilize your opponent's hips which is the fundamental concept on how to effectively pass the guard.

White Belt University 5.3 Standing Guard Passes - Standing Closed Guard Break, Torreando Pass, Same Side Knee Pass, and Knee Cross Pass

White Belt University 5.3 Standing Guard Passes - Standing Closed Guard Break, Torreando Pass, Same Side Knee Pass, and Knee Cross Pass

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Saulo teaches how to break your opponent's closed guard by standing up with the same side sleeve and provides three options to pass your opponent's guard from a standing position. In this lesson, we learn the torreando pass (or bullfighting pass), the same side knee pass, and the knee cross pass.

Inside the University 29 - Seatbelt Pass

Inside the University 29 - Seatbelt Pass

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Saulo teaches the seatbelt pass with a grip on your opponent's belt and applying pressure to your opponent's hip to hinder their mobility and pass their guard.

Inside the University 28 - X Pass

Inside the University 28 - X Pass

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The X pass goes well in combination with the knee cross pass. When your opponent over commits to defend against the knee cross, pass their guard with the X pass instead.

Inside the University 27.2 - Leg Rope to Switchback Pass to Armbar

Inside the University 27.2 - Leg Rope to Switchback Pass to Armbar

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Rodrigo Pagani, our guest instructor and multiple time Master's black belt world champion, provides us with how to stop our opponent from coming up to their knees and how to switchback to pass on your opponent's opposite side and finish up the pass with an armbar.

Inside the University 27.1 - Finishing the Classic Leg Rope Pass

Inside the University 27.1 - Finishing the Classic Leg Rope Pass

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Rodrigo Pagani, our guest instructor and multiple time Master's black belt world champion, provides us with some extra details on how to distribute your weight to finish the classic leg rope pass.