Half Guard Sweep Insurance Plan

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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 also being great at high levels, again becuase it slows down the game while giving you the ability to control your opponents body with a single arm. Although I have seen this taught many times throughout my grappling career, I have never seen it taught with the same hip movement that I show in this
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