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Passing The guard From A to Z by Andressa Cintra

Build Your Passing System From The Ground Up IBJJF World Champion Andressa Cintra Teaches Her System For Passing Through Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu’s Most Common Guards

  • Learn the mechanics behind passing out of some of grappling’s trickiest guards.
  • Pass the guard with precision and technique as IBJJF World Champion Andressa Cintra shows how she dismantles all the most common guards she sees in competition.
  • Study with one of the best black belts in the world as Andressa Cintra, black belt under Draculino, shows her passing style that she uses at the world level.
  • Become more dangerous from everywhere


Passing The guard From A to Z by Andressa Cintra

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Build Your Passing System From The Ground Up IBJJF World Champion Andressa Cintra Teaches Her System For Passing Through Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu’s Most Common Guards

  • Learn the mechanics behind passing out of some of grappling’s trickiest guards.
  • Pass the guard with precision and technique as IBJJF World Champion Andressa Cintra shows how she dismantles all the most common guards she sees in competition.
  • Study with one of the best black belts in the world as Andressa Cintra, black belt under Draculino, shows her passing style that she uses at the world level.
  • Become more dangerous from everywhere


Build Your Passing System From The Ground Up

IBJJF World Champion Andressa Cintra Teaches Her System For Passing Through Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu’s Most Common Guards


Check Out The Trailer To Andressa's New Passing Series!

What Will You Learn?

Pass the guard with precision and technique as IBJJF World Champion Andressa Cintra shows how she dismantles all the most common guards she sees in competition. Instead of getting stuck in guards you aren’t familiar with, learn how you can use these passing principles and concepts to stay safe and work your way to dominant position against whatever guard your opponent gets. Use these techniques and combinations for maximum effect by chaining passes and positions together, just like Andressa does at the world class black belt level.

Passing a good guard can be one of the toughest tasks in Brazilian jiu-jitsu, and a good passer needs to have options from lots of different guards. That’s why Andressa teaches her full system, where she is able to attack many different kinds of guards, always putting pressure on the bottom person with her technique as she progresses to better control. Now, you can work from top without any gaps in knowledge and always be keeping an advantage.

Learn the mechanics behind passing out of some of grappling’s trickiest guards. With options and systems from the De La Riva, inverted De La Riva, closed guard, half guard, deep half, lasso guard, and more, you’ll get a full and complete strategy for how you can move with purpose through the guard to dominant positions like side control, mount, or back control. With an understanding of what makes each position different, you can now finally have the best ways to shut down those positions and make them your own.

Andressa focuses her attacks on combining movement passes like the knee slice with pressure passes like the over-under. You will see how she uses theses together for maximum effect, combining based on whatever the situation needs. Across these 4-volumes, you get variations as well as strategy so you can know not just what to do, but when each move is best.

Cartwheel Pass

Study with one of the best black belts in the world as Andressa Cintra, black belt under Draculino, shows her passing style that she uses at the world level. Andressa’s passing style has brought her a ton of success by chaining passes from different guards, and now you can get that same systematic approach with these 4-volumes of technical advice.

So What Techniques Are On This Series?

Part 1:

  • Intro 
  • Closed Guard Pass Mechanics 
  • Basic Closed Guard Pass #1
  • Basic Closed Guard Pass #2 Stepping over the Knee 
  • Basic Closed Guard Pass Stepping over the Knee Variation 
  • Standing Closes Guard Pass 
  • Half Guard Mechanics 

Part 2:

  • Knee Slice from Half Guard
  • Knee Slice to the Mount 
  • Deep Half Guard Pass using Lapel 
  • Backstep Pass with Lapel 
  • Inverted Half Guard Pass 
  • Backtake from Inverted Half Guard 
  • Knee from Inverted Half Guard

Part 3:

  • Basic leg drag from de la riva 
  • Leg drag #2 
  • Over under pass from de la riva 
  • Over under details 
  • Over under pass variation 
  • Inverted de la riva overview with knee slice

Closed Guard Pass Mechanics

Part 4:

  • Squeeze the lemon pass 
  • Back step pass 
  • Knee smash pass 
  • Inverted de la riva lasso pass 
  • Butterfly and sit up guard overview 
  • Passing an engaged sit up guard 
  • Butterfly guard pass

Part 5:

  • Introduction 
  • Overview Spider Guard 
  • Toreando 
  • Hip Bump 
  • Double under 
  • Leg drag 1 
  • Leg drag 2 

Part 6:

  • Overview Lasso Guard
  • Knee slice from lasso guard
  • Leg drag from lasso Guard
  • Knee slice from Lasso Spider 
  • Overview x Guard 
  • Step over pass 
  • Variation with foot control 
  • Windshield wiper 

Part 7:

  • Overview Single X
  • Single X Pass 
  • Single X Pass for Technical Mount 
  • Inverted x guard pass 
  • Overview Worm Guard 
  • Cartwheel pass 
  • Leg drag from worm guard 
  • Full Worm Guard Pass 

Part 8:

  • Overview 50/50 
  • Leg drag 
  • Standing Pass
  • Seba Pass 
  • Overview Z guard 
  • Knee slice 
  • Back Step 1 
  • Back Step 2 
  • Pressure pass

Seba Pass

So, What Does It Cost?

$77

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