So What's On This Series?
Learn How You Can Develop A Knack For The Back Take, No Matter Your Body Type
One of the best things about this series is how Roberto is able to move between passes, always with the same goal in mind. No matter how you approach the guard, you can add a new tool to your toolbox with this set. Do you like to pressure and weave through the guard? Roberto has a back take for you. Do you prefer the knee slide, the favorite for a lot of faster fighters? There’s back take there too. Even from the leg drag, or the knee shield, you can keep the fight progressing until you are safely set with two hooks and a seatbelt. Once you’ve connected your passes to a back take, also see the finer details on how to move from great positions like side control and turtle to an even better one, full back control.
Roberto has a really modern take on a traditional closed guard that he has been having a lot of success with. He’s always attacking his next sweep or submission, and letting his opponent’s reaction open up even more attacks for himself. That usually leaves the back as an option, and Roberto has developed an awesome series from his closed guard to the back. He starts simple with a few drags, but builds on them with his own variations, ones that you can be sure to benefit from in the gym.
From Top Or Bottom, You Can Learn How To Always Find The Back And Finish The Fight
Give yourself a clear pathway to better control today, with Roberto Jimenez’s video set. See all the positions and scrambles that you can turn into game changers, with just a few techniques and adjustments that will make all the difference.
Give yourself a critical skill in BJJ by being a back take artist.