Defensive To Offensive Guard Passing by Jason Hunt
Jason HuntProfessional Fighter
Jason Hunt makes it all possible with this innovative, easy to follow, 3-Part series.
- If you wait, you're late! Don’t wait around to get swept, instead use an approach that keeps you in control of the action.
- Stay ahead of today’s modern guards that are designed to put you on defense and KEEP you there.
- Turn the tables on even the trickiest guards with Jason’s use of angles and body mechanics that simply make sense.
- Keep it simple, stay effective!
|Angles of Entering the Open Guard||1:42|
|Passing Open Guard to De La Riva||13:03|
|Passing Collar and Sleeve De La Riva||0|
|Passing Reverse De La Riva||11:28|
|Passing Lasso Guard||0|
|Passing Sider Guard||20:05|
Use effective guard passing systems that don’t require strength or an unbreakable grip, from BJJ black belt Jason Hunt. Discover unique ways to position your body to maintain an unsweepable base that can transition directly into the pass.
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What Will You Learn?
When passing today’s modern guards and all of its bells and whistles, it can be easy to get lost in the action. This can happen to people of ALL skill and experience levels. One major factor in guard passing success is by staying in control of the match tempo. The tempo is a fancy word for saying controlling the action. Waiting around for a guard pass to present itself is a losing strategy, instead, go from Defensive To Offensive Guard Passing!
Jason looks to give you a solid foundation of guard passing that keeps you in a strong position to avoid sweeps, while at the same time providing a platform of passing that will be hard to stop. A major difference to Jason’s approach is that he has an elevated understanding of body mechanics and angles that helps him stay in control. This makes his passing approach people of all levels and body types can utilize.
Defensive To Offensive Guard Passing is a 3-part series that lays out a clear direction to avoid tricky guards like DLR, Reverse DLR, spider guard, and even Lasso guard! Find ways to successfully defeat each position through something as simple as body position. Simple adjustments can make a huge difference in being able to keep your balance while you unwind each guard.
Jason Hunt has been involved in martial arts for quite some time. He is a black belt in Judo AND BJJ! His unique background has helped him develop a keen eye for detail and instruction. Hunt is the co-founder of Meraki BJJ in Los Angeles, California where he keeps his skills sharp, and his student’s skills even sharper!
Angles Of Entering The Open Guard
So, What Exactly Do You Get?
- Angles of Entering the Open Guard
- Passing Open Guard to De La Riva
- Passing Collar and Sleeve De La Riva
- Passing Reverse De La Riva
- Passing Lasso Guard
- Passing Sider Guard