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BJJ, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Grappling, Jiu Jitsu, Leg Drag, Leg Drag Pass, Submission Grappling, Submissions -

The Leg Drag is commonly perceived as just a pass but it is far more than a pass.  The leg drag is one of the most effective passes in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, but it is also a position, similar to side control, knee on belly, or full mount.  We recently wrote an article “Leg Drag Overview” discussing the key elements that make the leg drag pass successful, today, we discuss the leg drag as a position. How do we justify that the leg drag is a position?  It is used for many different things such as pinning, transitioning to other...

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BJJ, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Jiu Jitsu, JT Torres, Leg Drag, Leg Drag Pass, Submission Grappling -

The leg drag is one of the most popular passes in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu today.  Popularized by none other than the Mendes Brothers, the leg drag exploded in the Jiu Jitsu scene.  It is one of the most technical and effective passes you can use.  What makes it so good? The leg drag is an extremely dominant passing position for several reasons.  You are immobilizing your opponent’s hips. You are misaligning their spine, and you are controlling their legs.  These are just the main details that make the leg drag such a high percentage pass; there are other minute details...

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BJJ, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, De La Riva Passing, Grappling, Guard Passing, Jiu Jitsu, Leg Drag, Martial Arts, Submission Grappling -

Getting caught in the De La Riva (DLR) guard can be a frustrating experience. A good DLR player can tie you up, disrupt your base and dominant with you sweeps. While there are some different approaches to defeating and passing the DLR guard, one of the easiest has to be using the leg drag pass. […]

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