The goal of every Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu practitioner should be to secure the back position during rolling or competing, due to its immense advantages. Not only does this provide an infinite amount of submission and transition options (chokes, arm locks, triangles, compression, python chokes, and even leg locks), but your opponent also becomes vulnerable when their back is towards you.
Oh no… Your training partner or opponent inverted again!
What are you supposed to do? After all, you were never that great in dealing with the inverted techniques.
Well, here’s a simple way to take the back on an inverted opponent.
Igor Feliz demonstrates on the video below:
Effectively Break And Get Past Your Opponent’s Guard From A Safe Distance With Competition Tested Techniques From Igor Feliz.
- Break your opponent’s most annoying guards like De La Riva so that you can get some distance to pass.
- Pass your opponent’s guard from a distance so that you’re safe from their attacks.