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How to Defeat the Bigger, Stronger Opponent in Nogi by Stephan Kesting & Emily Kwok Vol 2 (On-demand)

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Without the gi the smaller, weaker person is at a huge disadvantage.


But things don’t need to be this way.  There is hope in no gi, even if you’re fighting a person significantly bigger than yourself.


You just have to know what to do…


How to Defeat the Bigger, Stronger Opponent in No Gi is series featuring the no gi techniques, strategies and tactics of multiple-time world champion Emily Kwok working together with Stephan Kesting.


 

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Without the gi the smaller, weaker person is at a huge disadvantage.

But things don’t need to be this way.  There is hope in no gi, even if you’re fighting a person significantly bigger than yourself.

You just have to know what to do…

How to Defeat the Bigger, Stronger Opponent in No Gi is series featuring the no gi techniques, strategies and tactics of multiple-time world champion Emily Kwok working together with Stephan Kesting.

 

Vol 2: No Gi Guard Passing

 

Passing the guard is the key to dominating and submitting opponents of any size. But if you want guard passes that work reliably in no gi, and especially on bigger, stronger opponents, then you’ll need to make some important adjustments.

On the one hand, in no gi you can take advantage of the inherent slipperiness and the lack of control to advance your position. On the other hand, though, you don’t want to ignore the points of control that that do exist. In fact, the no gi environment makes those few remaining points of control even more important.

In this section Emily shows you how to combine advanced guard passing strategies with simple tweaks and techniques that allow you to cut through the closed, open and half guard in a no gi situation. Even if your opponent has a significant size and strength advantage over you.

  1. Intro to No Gi Guard Passing

  2. Breaking vs. Passing the Guard

  3. Opening the Guard form the Knees

  4. Standing vs Kneeling Guard Breaks

  5. Opening the Guard on the Feet 1

  6. Opening the Guard on the Feet 2

  7. Guard Passing Strategies

  8. Inside Knee Cut

  9. Outside Knee Wedge

  10. Backstep Pass

  11. Double Arm Underhook Pass

  12. Double Leg Underhook Pass

  13. Directional Change vs Z Guard

  14. Knee Bind to Mount vs Half Guard

  15. Passing vs Deep Half Guard

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SKU BV-16072
Release Date Nov 16, 2013
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Languages English
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