Modern Split Squat Passing by Jason Rau
- Jason Rau is a BJJ Black Belt under Matt Serra, and is a highly successful international competitor.
- Simplify the complex world of guard passing with Rau’s battle-tested strategies that you can consistently use to enter the split squat position and execute high percentage passes.
- Outflank and out maneuver opponent’s with misdirection setups that allow you to effortlessly enter into sophisticated split squat positions!
- Increase your passing percentage with clear-cut main objectives like getting over your opponent’s back, utilizing scoop grips, and consistently getting inside your opponent’s elbow/knee line.
- Dismantle De La Riva Guard, Butterfly, the false reap, and more with a variety of easy to learn techniques Rau has used at the highest levels of competition!
- Drastically improve your passing abilities with Jason Rau’s Modern Split Squat Passing system!
Digital Video + Flow Chart & Visual Notes
Watching our videos is the best way to learn, but it can be hard to remember everything. Deepen your understanding of the concepts in this video by adding flowcharts, plus notes with embedded videos. You’ll learn this system better and more quickly!
|Split Squat Body Positioning
|Main Objectives - Over Back
|3 Scoop Grips
|Getting Inside The Elbow And The Knee
|Main Passing Pathways - Over Back To Half Guard With Ankle Scoop
|Over Back To Half Guard With Deep Scoop
|Over Back And Partner Scoops Rear Leg
|Clearing Frame To Over Back
|Clearing Frame To North South
|Clearing Frame To Underhook
|High Stepping To Hip Line
|High Stepping To Far Side Knee Cut
|Dealing With Different Guards - Body Positioning To Avoid Reverse De La Riva
|Angle Off To Shin Pin + North South
|Angle Off To Passing Options
|Angle Off To Stack
|Dealing With Different Guards - Butterfly Half/False Reap - Body Positioning To Avoid Butterfly Half
|Smash Pass Near Side
|Smash Pass To Far Side Knee Cut
|Reverse Underhook To Back Step
|Reverse Underhook To Knee Wedge Back Take
|False Reap To Reset
|False Reap To Stack
|False Reap To Back Take
|Establishing Your Split Squat - Side To Side Passing
|Vs Square Seated Opponent
|Vs Staggered Seated Opponent