Open Guard Pass Ankle Hooking Defense

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In this video I show a defense for when your opponent hooks your ankles and pushes you away with their hips. This is a very basic sweep and you will see it a lot as you progress through the ranks. The best part about this defense is it is simple and very few people have seen it. The driving force behind this move is a strong squeeze with the knees. Notice that I trap the knees between my thighs by leaning forward when I'm getting swept. This is a natural movement anyway and often people w
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