Mantis guard is a variation of the De La Riva guard that utilizes grabbing your own pant leg. Learn what makes this guard so effective and how you can use it to transition to powerful sweeping positions.
Check out this video for some Performance Enhancing Details on this classic move like a variation and some tips on how to win the dog fight of both people trying to stand up after the sweep is executed.
Welcome to Sunshine Online. If you're struggling to pull off the technical get up sweep, try this lapel variation that gives you a little extra firepower.
A super basic yet surprisingly effective sweep from de la riva guard where you use the technical get up motion to pull your opponent's leg out from underneath them.
Keenan shows a sweep from "De La Riva X" guard, a variation of de la riva the opens a lot of opportunities to off balance and sweep your opponent.
Keenan shows a backward roll sweep and explains the concept of pushing and pulling when playing guard and how you can use them in conjunction to threaten sweeps together.
Keenan breaks down a more advanced technical get up sweep from De La Riva guard. Learn how to maximize efficiency and redirect your opponent's weight off of you to come out from underneath them.
Keenan gives a brief overview of the single leg x position, diving into a few entries, a few sweeps, and some tips on reinforcing the position if you're taller with longer legs.
Keenan finishes up the Lapel Lasso seminar with some more Q+A.
Keenan answers a few more questions then demonstrate the Polish Worm Rider, and how to invert underneath to get double pants and start attacking the back.
Keenan does a Q+A segment on the lapel omoplata with attendees at one of his seminars.
Keenan shows how to set up the omoplata from the lapel lasso, and explores some of the unique properties the position has over the traditional omoplata.