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Precision Lapel Guard Escapes by Lucas Lepri

Learn everything you need to know about escaping from lapel guards and turning the fight back to your advantage

  • Lucas Lepri is one of the most successful black belt competitors in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, winning 7 World Championships with a focus on precision technique
  • Counter lapel lasso, squid guard, worm guard, and more with step-by-step escapes that work at all levels
  • Use important gripping concepts and passes with a clear plan on how to escape from some of the most annoying guards in Brazilian jiu-jitsu
  • This 4-volume instructional series shows you some of Lucas’s keys to beating lapel guards at the elite levels, with clear coaching through every move


Course Content

Volume 1

Introduction 0:00 - 0:27
Lapel guard prevention when not engaged 0:27 - 4:56
Lapel guard prevention when in De La Riva concepts 4:56 - 13:52
Preventing the opponent from engaging the lapel lasso 13:52 - 19:07
Lapel lasso cartwheel Escape to toreada pass or knee cut 19:07 - 23:18
Lapel lasso cartwheel escape variation, when opponent follows, to toreada pass variation 23:18 - 27:06
Lapel lasso escape to toreada pass variation 27:06

Volume 2

Squid guard prevention 0:00 - 5:08
De Squid guard escape by applying pressure to knee cut pass 5:08 - 13:16
Squid guard escape to stack pass to modified leg drag 13:16 - 20:35
Squid guard sweep defense to pressure pass 20:35 - 26:58
Squid guard sweep defense to pressure pass attempt to armbar 26:58 - 31:17
Squid guard defense when in closed guard / open guard to pass to side control 31:17 - 36:05
Squid guard prevention from lapel lasso to back take when opponent inverts 36:05 - 41:17
Squid guard escape to toreada pass 41:17

Volume 3

Worm guard with deep de la riva escape 0:00 - 5:03
Worm guard escape variation by breaking the grips 5:03 - 9:35
X shin worm guard escape 9:35 - 13:14
One leg x with lapel control escape to side control 13:14 - 17:12
One leg x modified lapel control escape to knee cut and back step pass 17:12 - 23:51
Knee cut pass attempt to reverse de la riva with lapel control escape 23:51 - 28:43
Knee cut pass attempt to reverse de la riva with lapel control variation escape to knee cut pressure pass 28:43 - 33:40
Reverse de la riva escape to wrist pin to knee cut pass 33:40

Volume 4

Modified worm guard deep half guard escape to back take 0:00 - 7:45
Worm guard counter with invisible armbar 7:45 - 12:28
Double lasso with lapel and arm control escape 12:28 - 16:55
Double lasso with lapel and arm control escape variation to leg drag pass 16:55 - 22:01
Connection concepts 22:01

Precision Lapel Guard Escapes by Lucas Lepri

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Learn everything you need to know about escaping from lapel guards and turning the fight back to your advantage

  • Lucas Lepri is one of the most successful black belt competitors in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, winning 7 World Championships with a focus on precision technique
  • Counter lapel lasso, squid guard, worm guard, and more with step-by-step escapes that work at all levels
  • Use important gripping concepts and passes with a clear plan on how to escape from some of the most annoying guards in Brazilian jiu-jitsu
  • This 4-volume instructional series shows you some of Lucas’s keys to beating lapel guards at the elite levels, with clear coaching through every move


Course Content

Volume 1

Introduction 0:00 - 0:27
Lapel guard prevention when not engaged 0:27 - 4:56
Lapel guard prevention when in De La Riva concepts 4:56 - 13:52
Preventing the opponent from engaging the lapel lasso 13:52 - 19:07
Lapel lasso cartwheel Escape to toreada pass or knee cut 19:07 - 23:18
Lapel lasso cartwheel escape variation, when opponent follows, to toreada pass variation 23:18 - 27:06
Lapel lasso escape to toreada pass variation 27:06

Volume 2

Squid guard prevention 0:00 - 5:08
De Squid guard escape by applying pressure to knee cut pass 5:08 - 13:16
Squid guard escape to stack pass to modified leg drag 13:16 - 20:35
Squid guard sweep defense to pressure pass 20:35 - 26:58
Squid guard sweep defense to pressure pass attempt to armbar 26:58 - 31:17
Squid guard defense when in closed guard / open guard to pass to side control 31:17 - 36:05
Squid guard prevention from lapel lasso to back take when opponent inverts 36:05 - 41:17
Squid guard escape to toreada pass 41:17

Volume 3

Worm guard with deep de la riva escape 0:00 - 5:03
Worm guard escape variation by breaking the grips 5:03 - 9:35
X shin worm guard escape 9:35 - 13:14
One leg x with lapel control escape to side control 13:14 - 17:12
One leg x modified lapel control escape to knee cut and back step pass 17:12 - 23:51
Knee cut pass attempt to reverse de la riva with lapel control escape 23:51 - 28:43
Knee cut pass attempt to reverse de la riva with lapel control variation escape to knee cut pressure pass 28:43 - 33:40
Reverse de la riva escape to wrist pin to knee cut pass 33:40

Volume 4

Modified worm guard deep half guard escape to back take 0:00 - 7:45
Worm guard counter with invisible armbar 7:45 - 12:28
Double lasso with lapel and arm control escape 12:28 - 16:55
Double lasso with lapel and arm control escape variation to leg drag pass 16:55 - 22:01
Connection concepts 22:01