How to set-up the leg drag when your opponent plays the inverted guard.
A variation of the leg drag from inverted guard when your opponents hips are strong.
How to use the stack pass to set-up an effective back take.
In this edition of KO, the Guard Father himself shows how to enter the double under position in order to pass the inverted guard while minimizing their defense.
One of Keenan’s most infamous guard passes debuted against Paulo Miyao at the European Championships in 2013.
Passing with the single under position.
How to deal with an opponent that has dexterous legs in the stack position.
Simple yet powerful no-gi Guard Pass that locks your opponents leg and puts immense pressure on their guard.
Despite the name of the technique, your or your opponents height are irrelevant when it comes to executing this pass. However, this pass is amazing against those vexatious flexible guard players.
When stack passing doesn’t pan out, you can always turn to good ol’ omoplata for shock factor and style points.
Keenan talks about the correlation between chess and jiu jitsu while demonstrating this open guard back take dubbed “The Scotch Gambit”