X Guard Sweep Around the World


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Transitioning from X Guard to the Back can be both awesome and difficult. In this video I show you the finer points of this transition so that you can hit it with higher success. The first roadblock on your way to the back is going to passing the leg over your head. This leg (the one by your ear) can be either extremely easy to move or extremely difficult, I find that my students have very little "grey" area with it. Passing the leg over the head is a combination of pushing and lifting betwe
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