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Another move shown to me by one of my Professors in Brazil, the Rommel pass is a great way to deal with a strong DLR game. Clearing that hook on the outside can be an absolute nightmare if you don't have a technical response. There are a couple of very important things going on in this pass. First of all you need to keep outward pressure with your inside knee. This is pretty standard with DLR defense. If you get lazy with this knee and allow them to turn your knee inward it will expose your back and compromise your base. So framing out is essential. Next you must squat. This allows you to keep your base low while also allowing you to maintain posture and avoid Triangles and Armbars. Posture is Very important in almost all of your passes. Now that you have good outward pressure, you have posture it's time to get ahold of that lapel. The lapel is important in this pass, but we must obtain without giving up posture or opening that space. This is done by reaching with your b
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