A lot of martial artists get frustrated when training Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu because they don’t know how to pass the guard properly – specially if they practice with someone that knows how to use their legs and hips to have a great guard.

But from now on, you will no longer be frustrated when practicing our Martial Art! Sensei Paulo Guillobel, owner of Guillobel Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu San Clemente, and black belt Andre brings to you this week, Sep 20 – Sep 25, one effective way in how to pass the guard. This BJJ technique can be used with the use of gi or without it, like when training MMA or grappling.

Keep in mind that it’s very important to control your opponent’s hips and legs. With proper brazilian Jiu-Jitsu training and a good number of repetitions of this technique, it won’t be hard to be very effective in your BJJ.

Notice: Safety always comes first. It is always better to train under guidance of a professional, like Sensei Guillobel, and in a safe and friendly environment, like Guillobel BJJ Academy. This video intends just to review the technique taught during class.

If you would like to learn more than just passing the guard, please redeem our offer now:

2 Weeks of FREE Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Martial Arts training in San Clemente and Dana Point Area

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