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.
Do you use Scoop Grips? They’re super useful when it comes to guard passing in Jiu-Jitsu.
Ethan Crelinsten demonstrates why:
Develop A Modern, Battle-Tested Approach To Loose Passing With B-Team Standout Ethan Crelinsten!
- Overhaul your loose passing with ADCC vet and top-tier competitor Ethan Crelinsten!
- Build a rock-solid loose passing foundation by understanding the theory of connection/disconnection, footwork, handwork, and MORE!