Passing the guard of a much larger opponent can sometimes be a difficult task. However, if it’s done right, you will be in great shape to win the match. One thing that we have talked about in past articles over and over is the fact that we need to use mobility to our advantage. Trying to pass the guard of our opponent while our mobility is limited will be extremely difficult, so being able to quickly change direction and weight distribution is super important.
The Spider Lasso Guard is one of the worst guards you can find yourself in, especially against an opponent who has been playing it for a long time… But that isn’t to say that you can’t use some nasty pressure passing against it!
Here’s how to pass the Spider Lasso Guard (and make your opponent’s life miserable). Devhonte Johnson demonstrates:
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