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Plan B From Closed Guard by Valerio Mori Ubaldini
- Learn about when the optimal time to pull guard is so that you’re actually getting into guard and not just falling on your back.
- Enter attacks immediately off of pulling guard so that your opponent doesn’t have a chance to settle into the position.
- Have backup plans when your sweep attempts fail so that you're not just a one trick pony.
- Counter your opponent’s guard passes with sweeps that will surprise them.
|Talking about the Closed Guard||0:44|
|When to Pull Guard?||2:27|
|How to Pull Guard||3:59|
|Pulling Guard - Attacking Armbar||13:11|
|Pulling Guard - Attacking Triangle||17:16|
|Pulling Guard - Attacking Omoplata||23:06|
|Pulling Guard - Feet on the Hips||30:18|
|Pulling Guard - De La Riva||34:21|
|Pulling Guard - Tripod||38:54|
|Pulling Guard - Lasso Guard||43:10|
|Pulling Guard - Single X||48:09|
|Pulling Guard - Fake Pull||52:24|
|Plan B from Scissor Sweep||0|
|Plan B from Pendulum Sweep||23:37|
|Plan B from Sit Up Sweep||44:03|
|Plan B from Flower Sweep||1:02:10|
|De Luca Kimura||0|
|Defending the Double Under||16:33|
|Sweep from Shin to Shin Set Up||38:13|
|Sweep from Reverse De La Riva||51:20|
|Sweep from Low Guard||1:25:17|