Intro Jiu-Jitsu Day 7
Intro to BJJ White Belt Curriculum Vol 2 | Galvao • 13m
1- PASSING THE CLOSED GUARD KNEELING: This is one of the first passes that beginners are exposed to. This pass is a fast, strong pass that new students can use in self-defense scenarios and also has the building blocks of posture, passing, and defense. Have the student focus on strong grips, hiding the trapped elbow and forward pressure avoiding the triangle choke.
2- PASSING THE CLOSED GUARD (STANDING): The Single Underleg pass is a great introduction to standing guard passes for beginners. This jiu-jitsu pass is great for self-defense situations against untrained aggressors and teaches the students not only a simple and easy to execute a guard pass, but also the importance of hiding the elbow and stacking pressure passing.
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