The Turtle position in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is one that you’ll commonly find both yourself, as well as your training partners and opponents in. So, it is of vital importance not only to know how to „play“ it right when on the defense yourself; but it’s equally important to know how to take advantage of the situation when your opponents turtle up.
If you’re turtled up and your opponent’s seatbelt grip isn’t as it’s supposed to be… Then there’s a high chance that you can use the peek out to back take technique!
Here’s how to do it. John Danaher demonstrates on the video below:
Body Lock Your Way Through The Guard With This Step-By-Step Approach To The Pass With B-Team Co-Founder & ADCC Finalist Nick Rodriguez’s Signature “Rody Lock” System For Grapplers Of All Levels.
- Learn the foundations of body lock passing with Nick’s explanation of the grips, pressure, and controls you need to start the attack.
- Go step by step through the pass with Nick’s advice on forcing half guard or beating the legs to get to dominant passing positions.