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The Pillars Guard Passing by Stephen Whittier
In this series, 3rd degree black belt and 40 Plus BJJ Founder Stephen Whittier, reveals a paradigm shift in how to learn and train guard passing. You'll discover how to simplify your passing game while becoming more effective and efficient, and how to adapt the same core concepts to any type of guard game you encounter.
The Pillars Guard Passing Course makes it easy for you to:
- Overwhelm your training partners using the one constant attribute you always have at your disposal – regardless of your age, size, or fitness level: GRAVITY!
- Learn just one simple approach that works against any guard style and body type…
- Experience MASSIVE leaps in your passing ability in a fraction of the time.
- Learn how to crush butterfly hooks, spider guards, sitting guards, knee shields, de la Riva - you name it!
Discover the little known secrets to breaking even the toughest closed guards, whether it’s from your knees or standing (HINT: almost everyone does this wrong!).And what makes this even better?Now you never have to worry about that all-too-common feeling of overwhelm... the feeling that there are just too many techniques to learn and apply!Which also means you're not stuck feeling like frustration and self-doubt that's costing you tons of precious training time....
A lot of people, even upper belts, waste so much time buying into the “myth of more” – to be able to pass advanced guards, you need to accumulate more information and more complexity…This is a TRAP, and I want to free you from it!When you learn this process I’m going to teach you, you’ll be able to adapt it to pass guard styles you’ve never encountered before…And stop getting all tangled up in the sweeps and submissions of the tricky guard players who make you feel exhausted just trying to survive, let alone pass…And best of all... you'll start seeing results with "The Pillars: Guard Passing Course” immediately – not in months or weeks – and do it all for around the cost of a video game!In fact, if you’re anything like my own students or those who have seen this material in my seminars, your training partners and instructors will notice (and feel) a difference very quickly
If I had one word of warning, it will be that before long your training partners will start asking you if you’ve gained weight – so be ready (you’re about to feel a LOT heavier than you actually are)...Now All You Need To Do Is Claim Your Copy of This 5-Volume Course Today!
|Introduction: Core Concept||0 - 20:15|
|Killing Your Opponent's Hooks||20:15 - 32:49|
|Fixing The Common Posture Mistake||32:49 - 36:29|
|Overhook Variation||36:29 - 40:22|
|Posture/Structure VS. Muscular Engagement||40:22 - 41:32|
|Split Pass Variation||41:32 - 46:45|
|Early VS. Fast: Passing The First Obstruction||46:45 - 54:15|
|Passing The Shin Shield||0:00 - 8:03|
|Review, Additional Details & Variations||8:03 - 27:16|
|Passing Spider Guard||27:16 - 32:29|
|Dealing With The First Obstruction||32:29 - 37:38|
|Passing De La Riva Guard||37:38 - 54:22|
|Passing Lasso Guard||0 - 27:29|
|Weight Distribution VS. "Trying" To Crush With Pressuree||27:29 - 29:16|
|Passing Reverse De La Riva Guard||29:16 - 37:51|
|Passing Inverted Guard||37:51 - 48:15|
|Passing Shin-to-shin (Cross Shin) Guard||48:15 - 53:41|
|Closed Guard: The Ideal Posture||0 - 9:12|
|Breaking Guard Without Breaking The Line||9:12 - 15:36|
|Review Of Fundamentals (Different Angle)||15:36 - 20:18|
|Hand Position Details & Hip Bump Defense||20:18 - 24:28|
|Arm Drag Defense||24:28 - 34:44|
|Countering The 'Hip Scoot' Off Your Knee||34:44 - 40:08|
|Countering When Your Opponents Drive Their Hips Onto Your Thigh||40:08 - 42:44|
|Safety Position||42:44 - 52:06|
|Defense Against Tricky Wrist Lock||52:06 - 1:23:38|
|Safety Position||0 - 9:27|
|Defense Against Tricky Wrist Lock||9:27 - 11:19|
|Beating Full Guard When Your Head Is Held Down||11:19 - 19:45|
|The Standing Guard Break: Core Concepts & Progression||19:45 - 31:24|
|Drilling Progression With A Partner||31:24 - 39:24|
|Additional Tips||39:24 - 43:56|
|A Note On Physical Limitations||43:56 - 47:12|