Sometimes to create the openings for a submission or sweep (or even just the ability to stand up) you need to get your opponent moving and unstabilised. This is one of my favorite drills to create that movement – it’s a great warmup drill with a lot of applications.
Tag: Guard drills
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3 drills to improve your butterfly guard passing and retention. A guest tutorial by Ritchie Yip (http://www.infighting.ca)