The rolling Kimura is a surprising way to pass guard. This technique is increasingly being used at the higher levels of the sport, and especially in no gi competition.
Here’s Elliott Bayev showing you how to roll your way past the butterfly guard (aka sitting guard) and the half guard. With the details he shows I think you’ll quickly find that it’s easier than it looks!
P.S. This technique is from the brand new 30 Second Fight Finishes instructional in app, DVD, and online streaming formats featuring Elliott Bayev and myself.
In it you’ll learn 40 different strategies to end a match as fast as possible. These strategies cover situations where A) both you and your opponent are on your feet, B) where you’ve pulled guard, and C) where he’s pulled guard first.
By having a plan for each of these different options you’ll alway way to lock in a choke, armlock, or leglock to end the match quickly!
Check out the 42 second preview of 30 Second Fight Finishes here…
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