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In this video I show an important movement for passing the Guard. I refer to this movement as the "Pony Pass" although it is an important concept all on it's own. If you watch some of my other videos including my "passing with the hips" concepts video, you'll see this same motion with the hips. This is a difficult transition to learn as there is a good bit of "flow" or "floating" going on. This particular video shows a great way to practice it without having a lot of other teaching cues. Keep in mind that this is just an example of the hip movement, and although sometimes it will work exactly like shown, it's more of a concept so that you can apply it to all your passing sequences. I hope this helps!
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