Keenan shows how you can use the belt grip to help you unwind the leg lasso and then circle back around to pass with a knee cut.
Keenan shows you how to shut down the leg lasso and break the grip before your opponent can fully set up the position.
Keenan shows how to unweave the leg lasso and put yourself in a good position to pass.
So you tried breaking the lasso by weaving your hand to the outside, but for whatever reason, you just can't weave it out. Keenan shows how you grab the ankle and disengage to undo the position.
After breaking the lasso guard, Keenan teaches you how to engage in the grip break when your opponent has a spider hook in addition to the leg lasso, as well as answers a question about what to do once you break the grip.
Keenan walks you through breaking one of the most difficult stalling positions to get out of, the double lasso. Work smart, not hard and carefully disassemble the position using proper leverage.
After you've all but killed them with your intense shoulder pressure, Keenan dives into what do with your legs and adds those finishing touches for a solid half guard pass.
A solid combo passing chain to threaten multiple passes and capitalize on your opponent’s reactions that works for both gi and no gi.
If you’re a guard passer, there are two things you hate most in this world… ...the lapel guard… … and … … Keenan Cornelius While we can’t solve all of your problems, today we WILL be giving you some tips for that annoying lapel guard… In this article, you’ll discover 3 ridiculously simple ways to shut down the lapel guard... ...before it [...]
Now that you're in the smash half position, Keenan shows you how to maximize and optimize your shoulder pressure and take it to the next level by making your opponent so uncomfortable they basically give you the guard pass.
Keenan demonstrates how you can force someone to play half guard against you, and then shows how to advance the position even further to get to arguably one of the most uncomfortable positions in jiu-jitsu: smash half.
Keenan shifts the focus from passing to playing guard, primarily focusing on knee shield guard and shows a high percentage arm drag from the position.