This is one of my very best sweeps. I developed this when I was a purple belt and I've spent the last 5 years perfecting it. Hopefully this 6 minute video can pass on some of the finer points. The watch video >>
Out of the three moves that I have shown from this position this is the lowest percentage. Not because it is a bad technique, but more so because it easily defended. The good news is when your oppo watch video >>
The Reverse Sit is my BEST Half Guard pass. It is my A game and is very high percentage.
There is a little bit of perception that needs to be built when you reverse sit. You want your weight on watch video >>
This is a very simple and effective Half Guard Pass. It works well as a beginner and continues to be effective all the way through the ranks.
One of the great things about this pass is it does no watch video >>
In this video I show a very simple and effective Half Guard Pass, The Underhook and Tripod (I've also heard to it referred to as the Knee Cut Pass and a few others).
This is a pass that is picked watch video >>
In this video I show a unique pass that was shown to me by one of my past instructors, Luis Togno. Luis was a great guy with some sick grappling skills and I think this pass showcases Luis's love fo watch video >>
In this video I show a defense for when your opponent is leg riding you or performing the tackle pass.
The first step in this technique is to disregard your normal instinct to be "nice". You need watch video >>
This was one of the first sweeps developed from the Half Guard. The control provided by the lapel grip behind the back makes this a great move for beginners, because it slows down the game, while al watch video >>
In this video I go over my #1 submission. Many of you will look at this with skepticism and I totally understand what you are thinking but all I can say is "it works for me".
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This week Master Ricardo Cavalcanti shows us an alternative to passing your opponents half guard. For more visit rcjiujitsu.com watch video >>