Today’s BJJ technique video is a continuation of the passing idea I shared last week about using half guard to slow down younger, faster or more athletic opponents.
In today’s video I answer a question about the Reverse Half Guard position as a question came up on the original video. I show some details on how to use the Reverse Half Guard position in Brazilian Jiu-jitsu, so you don’t get reverse or lose control of your opponent. But also, how to strategically place your weight on your opponent to apply maximum pressure.
This can be a great position whether you’re older and need to slow down the young whipper snappers in your class or if you just run into someone who has a really mobile guard.
If you’re trying to figure out ways to slow down training partners or opponents with guard passing then I hope this video is useful to you!
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