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.
Here Keenan explains and shows the concept of not waiting until you are in a recognizable position to try a move you know, but rather how to force positions and execute the techniques you want to do.
Another way to eliminate the feet off the biceps and finish the stack pass from spider guard. In this video, Keenan highlights some common mistakes people make when trying to do the stack pass and what you can do to avoid those mistakes and not lose the ground you've covered and massive advantage you've gotten by putting someone in the stack pass to [...]
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