In a Jiu-Jitsu match, you will typically spend 80% of the time passing the guard. This is why Jiu-Jitsu practitioners spend so much time practicing guard passing.
Rickson Gracie once said, “the guard is the heart and soul of jiu jitsu” so the guard is where you’ll be spending most of your time on the mat. Whether you are trying to pass or playing guard, there is no way to avoid the guard…
Have you ever felt hopeless about passing your training partner’s guard, and felt that you don’t really know what to do about it?
Dealing with the Lasso Guard grips can be truly difficult… Especially when your training partner knows what to do and how to hold the position.
However, there are always ways to deal with Lasso grips. Mikey Musumeci demonstrates one such, simple way, on the video below:
Deconstruct The Guard With Black Belt Technical Savant Mikey Musumeci’s Guide On How To Pass BJJ’s Most Troublesome Open Guards With Effective Understanding Of The Frames & How To Beat Them.
- Attack the guard with precise techniques built to succeed against the frames and angles of that particular position – with Mikey’s deep understanding of each exchange.
- Mikey Musumeci is one of the greatest grapplers of his generation, with wins in the black belt world finals using these same techniques!