If you could have some simple, effective, and very quickly to implement defensive grappling techniques (from standing down to the ground) that would frustrate and shut down your opponent’s offensive attacks, would you be interested in implementing them
into your grappling game?
Of course, you would and I’m going to let you see a “sneak preview”
of some of them right now.
Over the years, I’ve learned that defense is rarely focused on in
BJJ and so often overlooked by many grapplers.
And when I say defense, I don’t mean to “hold on and wait” until
the round is over!
When I think of defense in BJJ or submission grappling, that means
– Having the ability to shut down your opponent’s advances
– Creating angles and targets of opportunity
– Recognizing those angles and targets
– Exploiting those holes in your opponent’s offensive defense to
seize the upper hand and positions
And a few other things that I don’t have time to mention here.
That’s what defense means to me and that’s what you’ll discover
when you get your hands on these techniques to put them into your
game plan from my “OG Clinic 3: OG Defense 101” DVD Series.
Fortunately for you, I want you to get a taste of what you’ll be
learning and implementing into your game to try the next time
you’re in class.
The first video is how I use the “Driving the Head” Concept from
the guard to reverse the position to secure the knee-on-belly.
I originally talked about “Driving the Head” in one of my closed
guard tip videos on my website and most OGs should be familiar with
But if you’re hearing about it for the first time, watch the
video and try it class the next chance you get. You’ll be AMAZED
at how easy it works for you. Enjoy!
Dedicated to improving your mat experience!
Paul Greenhill (aka The Wise Grappler)
PS. I’m going to be sending you two more very simple yet effective
defensive techniques and concepts over the next few days. So, take
out your notebook, enjoy the video, and make sure to leave a
comment after you’ve watched the videos!
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