And The One Guard Pass You Need to Know
Keenan Cornelius explains how not to pass guard. (Hint, it’s probably the first guard pass you ever learned, and involves putting something in your training partners butt). And then explains his go to guard pass for Jiu Jitsu competitions in the Gi. Grabbing his opponent’s lapels and pulling his gi open. Push the lapel to the floor in your opponents armpits, restricting is movement. Post off your stiff arms pinning your opponent to the floor. Pop up from a kneeling position to a feet on the ground position. Then stand up tall leaving your opponent hanging by his crossed ankles. push down on his knees until his guard opens. Then pass with a double under.