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.
Here’s one such setup, off a Long Step Pass variation to the Hellz Choke.
Kyle Sleeman demonstrates on the video below:
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!