The Pillars Guard Passing by Stephen Whittier Vol 5 [On Demand]

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Stephen Whittier is a 3rd degree BJJ black belt and owner of Nexus Martial Arts & Fitness in Massachusetts. He's also a professional performance coach with years of experience teaching seminars and training camps across the country and internationally, and training everyone from recreational students to BJJ competitors and "A-list" MMA fighters.

Instead of throwing tons of new technique at you and scrambling your brain with too much information, I’m going to show you how to pass ANY type of guard, with minimal energy, using the same 3 step process!

And do it without relying on strength - even "old man strength" - or speed (that's just bad Jiu-Jitsu even if you get away with it!).

As most of you know, I'm a Jiu-Jitsu performance coach and founder of 40 Plus BJJ, and if you really want to accelerate your Guard Passing skills, you’ll want to pay very close attention!

Many Jiu-Jitsu students suffer from the misconception that you have to be quick, have strong grips, great cardio, and know a ton of techniques to become a great guard passer.

Techniques Included:

  1. Safety Position
  2. Defense Against Wrist Lock
  3. Beating Full Guard With Head Held Down
  4. The Standing Guard Progression
  5. Drilling Progression
  6. Additional Tips
  7. A Note on Physical Limitations

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