Teens drilling a Mount escape to Deep Half to X Guard.
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http://teachmegrappling.com This video I wanted to show a simple detail for finishing an X Guard sweep and ended up showing some other stuff too! Check out the details and you are sure to find something useful! Enjoy! If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions, please comment below. More videos to come! Please like, share, and subscribe!!
Reverse X Guard into knee bar
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The x Guard is a great tool to have in your game. As a tall lanky grapple it allows me to stretch my opponents out and gives me a plethora of options. Anything from attacking the legs to the simple sweep we covered today.
The flower sweep or pendulum sweep which ever you’d like to call it is a very powerful sweep from the closed guard but at the high levels grapplers will have amazing balance. Even at a blue belt level grapplers will be more aware and ready to post.
This is when you hit them with the one two combo for you sweep or leg attacks.
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X-guard is a great position to control your opponent, work for sweeps and set up submissions. From one of the RMNU Canada camps, Robson and one of his black belts, Heath Chapman from ECBJJ, demonstrate several options including back takes from X-Guard.
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In this video I show a way to bail out when you’re a little over zealous with your Belt Row. The Belt Row can be a really powerful technique and against someone who has not seen the entry, it can be extremely easy to over estimate your opponent’s base.
With that being said, it’s not that bad of a thing for you, when you really launch your opponent. Just make sure that you practice the transition a few times as you will not have a lot of time to make the transition.
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1. Single Leg X Guard Sweep (Kneeling Opponent)
2. Single Leg X Guard Sweep (Standing Opponent)
3. Single Leg X Guard Counter (Waiter Sweep)
Filmed @ MNBJJ, Kilmarnock, Scotland.
Instrumental produced by Chuki.
10 single leg x guard entries.
To learn these entries and many more go to Mginaction.com.
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Marcelo Garcia is back to teach another one of his trademark techniques. The 4-time ADCC champion shares with you the secrets to a flowing no-gi x-guard sweep. Notice the adaptations you need to make in your technique to make the technique work. Pay attention to the details and add it to your game. You can still get a hold go GRACIEMAG #226 and get inside MG’s mind at GRACIEMAGSHOP.COM
The man on the cover of GRACIEMAG 226, Marcelo Garcia teaches one of his favorite attacks using his trademark X-guard. Learn how to set up a back take in simple and easy to learn steps. Take a class with one of the best competitors of all times and also one of the greatest Professor in Jiu-Jitsu history.
Kris Kim, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Black Belt under Tony Passos. Head Instructor for Yongsan BJJ at Trent Warrior Fitness Center, U.S. Army Garrison Yongsan, Seoul, Korea.
Kris is also the BJJ coach for Team Posse MMA, Body and Seoul Martial Arts and United Forces BJJ, Republic of Korea.