venerdì 7 dicembre 2012

Full English Breakfast

Here are some tips, pics and videos for my English friends.
  1. If you want to play on top, never let your opponent close the guard.
  2. If you are in your opponent's closed guard, make posture and keep your elbows stuck to your body.
  3. There are many ways to open the closed guard but the most efficient is standing up.
  4. There are at least three ways not to let your opponent recover a comfortable guard. Go for the half guard, go for the double under hook guard pass or use your knee like "a bow of a boat". You, guys, know what I mean!
  5. Now be prepared to face a sneaky "De La Riva" hook.
  6. Never go for a single under hook guard pass without controlling both the legs.
Andrè Galvao showing an easy way to pass the "De La Riva" guard.
Check it out.

Even a small mistake can be the last one.
Watch out when you are playing on top.
I want to thank Savio and Richi that made my jiu-jitsu classes in England possible. I wish you all the best. See you soon.