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    My favourite way to pass guard is whatever works at the time.
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    my favourite technique is to get my opponent to open guard for a moment - as soon as he does, i just grab his foot and sit back into an achillies lock - it's much easier than trying all that passing rubbish and if you spend all your time working on leg locks, then you'll never need to pass a guard anyway...
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    Quote Originally Posted by zefff View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by markjitsu View Post
    my favourite technique is to get my opponent to open guard for a moment - as soon as he does, i just grab his foot and sit back into an achillies lock - it's much easier than trying all that passing rubbish and if you spend all your time working on leg locks, then you'll never need to pass a guard anyway...
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    I take great pleasure in trying to shove my knee up my opponents arse as far as possible.

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    Half guard with underhook, cross knee or straight to mount, both simple but both high percentage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by markjitsu View Post
    my favourite technique is to get my opponent to open guard for a moment - as soon as he does, i just grab his foot and sit back into an achillies lock - it's much easier than trying all that passing rubbish and if you spend all your time working on leg locks, then you'll never need to pass a guard anyway...
    definitely going to practice leg locks more cause of this, decent idea

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    Quote Originally Posted by markjitsu View Post
    my favourite technique is to get my opponent to open guard for a moment - as soon as he does, i just grab his foot and sit back into an achillies lock - it's much easier than trying all that passing rubbish and if you spend all your time working on leg locks, then you'll never need to pass a guard anyway...
    It is a cool idea, and has worked for me agaisnt white & blue belts. The only thing is experienced blues and above wont usually open their guard without solid grips like double sleeve or sleeve + collar control etc which kinda negates me being able to sit straight back into an achilles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by markjitsu View Post
    my favourite technique is to get my opponent to open guard for a moment - as soon as he does, i just grab his foot and sit back into an achillies lock - it's much easier than trying all that passing rubbish and if you spend all your time working on leg locks, then you'll never need to pass a guard anyway...
    Similar to my fave... Rather than passing half guard I just spin round for a knee bar. Leglocks>passes.

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    Pin hips to the matt, one knee in arse and base back until the guard breaks. Then I like to get into their halfguard and go from that to mount.

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