Fabiano has one of the simplest and most effective top games that anybody can use. He has had success at the highest levels of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu competitions for years. Learn the secrets necessary to dominate any guard.
Are you having problems with those lanky and flexible guard players? Do you find it difficult to pass those up and coming young stud's guards? Want to learn the secrets of a true professional and gangster of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu?
Fabiano Scherner is one of the most distinguished passers in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. He has competed at the highest levels of both Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and MMA for years. He has competed at the IBJJF World Championships, the UFC, and several other prestigious events with great success.
Fabiano prides himself on having a passing game that is efficient. He uses minimal energy while maximizing his pressure. This system is catered to anybody of any age, any height, any weight, any level, and any gender. Fabiano knows how to implement his will against any type of guard, he is able to slow down the pace of a match and put people where he wants to be.
The beauty of this passing systems is the simplicity. You don't need flexibility, agility or athleticism, you just have to have the determination and will to learn. Fabiano will show you the tried and true secrets he has used to have success passing the guard in the UFC and in the most prestigious IBJJF tournaments.
assing the guard can be a meticulous process, especially without a gi. No gi is much more slippery, you lose the ability to slow down the pace of a match and the young guns, athletes, and flexible guys thrive.
With out the grips people find a way to squeeze their way out of any position, legs come out of no where to retain guard, and the pace of the rolls seems to be much higher.
Fabiano has an answer for all of this. He has created a methodical approach to passing the guard without the gi that still allows him to close the distance, stay tight, and move at a slower pace.
No need to over exert, use cardio, or strength. Just get the right grips, and distribute your weight properly so that your opponent can't move. Make yourself feel like a boulder when passing the guard and slowly grind your opponent out until they are begging you to pass.