One of the most dangerous times in jiu-jitsu is when you’re in the guard with opponent standing above you and no way to control him.
In this situation he’s only one explosive move away from blasting past your legs and establishing a dominant position.
To minimise the chance of him passing here (and to keep yourself safe) you don’t need amazing reflexes, you don’t need incredible flexibility, and you don’t need every muscle in your body to be 100% fast twitch muscle…
You just need need to get your grips.
Once you have your grips correctly established you’ve made it 10 times more difficult for your opponent to sprint his way to side control, and you’re also able to start your own attack sequence.
In this detailed video Jon Thomas shares some high level strategy about this initial engagement phase and then 3 high percentage ways to win the initial grip battle. These are sure-fire ways to to from no grips to great grips.
Win the grip battle and you’ll probably win the match.
Check it out below…
The video above came from the newly released Open Guard System System that I just released.
This 5 volume instrutional covers the de la Riva guard, the double sleeve guard, and the collar sleeve guard, gripfighting and guard retention.
You’ll get the highest percentage attacks, and then learn exactly how to use them together so you can respond to whatever your opponent does in real time.
Click here to check it out – with the sale price, the bonus and the guarantee I think it’s a Mafia offer (one you can’t refuse). Or click here to find out how to get this instructional in app form for your Apple or Android device.