Open Guard Pass Motorcycle Pass
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In this video I show my number 1 Open Guard pass for both gi and no gi.
There are two really important aspects to this move.
1. The Lemur Monkey and 2. distribution of your weight in the Motorcycle position.
When attempting this move it is important to lead with your pelvis and control your opponents ankles. Make sure to reference the video and see the spacing and how I prevent getting swept. The enforcement of this space while maintaining a good Lemur Monkey can be very difficult and r
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