Discover How To Dismantle And Pass The Most Common Lapel Guards
Thanks to the likes of Keenan Cornelius and Andris Brunovskis, lapel guards have become hugely popular over the last few years. As a result, you’ll see Lapel Guards used across all the divisions from blue belts to black belts, men and women, and rooster to heavyweights.
If you don’t know how to deal with the Worm, the Squid, or any of the other variations you’ll be at the mercy of your opponent. At best, you’ll get tangled up and unable to pass, at worst you’ll end up face down in a submission and unable to escape.
Lapel guards are here to stay, and you NEED to know how to make your opponent pay for trying to use them against you.
Before we go any further, I should introduce myself. My name is Tom Barlow and I’m considered to be one of the best British-born Jiu Jitsu competitors ever.
What makes this amazing is, I managed this without regular supervision of a Jiu Jitsu instructor.
My training was limited to an hour or two PER MONTH with my instructor, Braulio Estima, and training with my students and friends at my Academy.
One of the reasons I have been so successful as a competitor is because I recognised the importance of systems very early in my Jiu Jitsu career.
It’s because of systems (and a good work ethic), that I got my Black Belt in around 5 and a half years and won numerous Jiu Jitsu competitions, most notably, the No-Gi World Championships as a Black Belt three years in a row (2013/14/15)
Due to my time training at the epicentre of lapel guards (with AOJ and Atos) I’ve known for a long time how frustrating it can be to get tied up in your lapels. Rather than bury my head in the sand and hope they would disappear, I invested a bunch of time researching and systemising how to pass them.
That was a few years ago, and I”ve used my lapel passing system numerous times in competition with great success.
However, I regularly see BJJ players get frustrated by lapel guards, so I decided to do something about it and make the system available.
Enter the Lapel Guard Passing course.
The Lapel Guard Passing course will teach you how to dismantle and pass all the most common lapel guards.
The course is broken down into five sections.
Section #1 covers how to pass the Open Lapel Guard and stop your opponent getting to a deeper lapel position.
Section #2 focuses the Squid Guard. This is one of the simplest lapel guards to set up, but can be tricky to deal with if you don’t know what you’re doing.
Section #3 covers the Lapel Lasso Guard this is slightly more dangerous than the open lapel guard, but far easier to pass than the Worm Guard.
Section #4 covers the Worm Guard and Reverse De La Worm Guard. These are very dangerous positions and can be very tricky to pass.
Section #5 covers some other lapel guards situations you might encounter and how to shut them down.
Here’s a sample technique from the course which focuses on how to use the leg weave against the Lapel Lasso:
Along with the instructional videos, you’ll also get access to a series of training plans. The goal of these is to help you master the techniques and avoid ever having to worry about lapel guard frustration again.
I’ve seen lapel passing instructionals with half as much content sell for $77 and up, while I could, the Lapel Guard Passing course won’t cost you anywhere near that.
The Lapel Guard Passing course costs £27 (about $35), which is insanely good value for money considering the quality and quantity of information you’re getting.
That might seem cheap, and it is, but I wanted to make it so easily affordable so anyone can learn the power of solo drilling.
To get your copy of Lapel Guard Passing course for only £27 click the button below
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