If you’ve been watching high level BJJ competition matches for a while, you’ve probably seen that a lot of the top ranking jiujiteiros frequently change directions and linking different guard passes when they guard pass, going left-right-left-right-left… Until they finally execute the pass. But, why do they do this?
Being able to connect techniques together is super important in Jiu-Jitsu.
And not just when it comes to setting up submissions, but in other scenarios too – such as guard passing.
The Scoop Grip Pass just might be the missing link in your guard passing arsenal. Especially if you enjoy Knee Slide passing.
Ethan Crelinsten shows how to Scoop Grip Pass after an attempted Knee Slide:
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