There are a number of ways to pass an Open Guard. However, when the absolute basics of guard passing are considered, it’s all very simple; it’s just a matter of understanding the underlying Up-Down-Left-Right pattern of movement.
If you can connect a guard pass with a submission technique immediately… You will have a high chance of tapping your training partner out.
Having trouble with getting rid of the opponent’s Spider Guard?
Then you could try and use the Toreando Pass!
Here’s how to use the Toreando Pass to, well, pass Spider Guard. Kyle Sleeman demonstrates:
BJJ Black Belt Kyle Sleeman Pieces Together The Puzzle Of Passing The Guard With His 3-Part Series Guard Passing Connections!
- Lifelong martial artist and BJJ Black Belt Kyle Sleeman pieces together one of the most difficult puzzles in all of Jiu-Jitsu Guard Passing!
- Connect the dots on overlooked details to a wide range of guard passes including the knee slice, stack pass, over/under, folding pass, and MORE!