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Be sure to sign up to email list. Lots of great stuff coming! http://www.mylanderpages.com/firaszahabi/TristarGymTraining In BJJ in it crucial to know how to transition. When engaged in combat you must hold yourself around your opponent. If you resist your opponent directly you risk being overpowered, in Jiu-Jitsu it is better to move your own body and transition to another position and avoid the direct opposition to your opponent movement. You want to move in the direction of you opponent. In this video we learn how to flow from one Guard to the next. Do this drill after practice and you will find yourself transition quickly to new positions during sparring. This will not only give you more option it will help you avoid the force apply on you by your partners. Enjoy.
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