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The most beautiful aspect of BJJ in comparison to the other arts is its continued evolution. Jiu-Jitsu has changed a lot over a very brief period, the possibilities seemed endless. In this video Im happy to share part1 of a new and effective way of bring the fight to the ground. In my Guard Pulling 2.0 series I will show you a number of ways to bring the fight to the ground. The first method I will be teaching is the "The Web Guard" The Web Guard is a hard takedown to avoid even for the most season wrestlers. Please be sure to try this out if you are and advance student. Please be sure to share you experiences.
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