BJJ techniques: Jean Vandesteen talks self-defense and teaches a defense against stacking
Nephew of the great master Relson Grancie Jean Vandesteen is responsible for from the Relson Gracie headquarter academy in Brazil and teaches us how to defend when the opponent tries to pass his guard stacking . To defend the position he makes grips on both sleeves and put a hook with his left leg under the right leg of your opponent.
After switch the hooks, now puts the hook with his right leg, turns changing base to the opponent and applies the mount position on the back of his opponent and hold the grips, so he can submission with kimura.
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