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Warning- This is a seven and a half minute explanation of how I enter into Deep Half Guard. For some of you this is going to be too long of a video, if talking and theory are not your cup of tea you may want to skip this video. I use this entry a lot when people are entering for the underhook and I'm late with my repummel. It's very important that you make sure to knock that foot off the floor by straightening your leg. It is VERY important that your leg goes completely straight and stays as close to the floor as possible. Make sure to reference the video to see what I am talking about. Once you have knocked their foot off the floor and your straighten your leg you want to continue keeping it close to the floor through a full extension. I tell my students to imagine that they have a leg cramp in the extension and then roll onto their far side. You will see, and hear my opinion on that bottom hand in the video. A lot of people stress hiding that bottom arm so that you dont get cau
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