Learn how to properly pull guard and set up the worm guard from standing.
From the inventor of the Worm Guard, we bring you…. that’s right, you guessed it: the Worm Guard. Check out Keenan’s detailed explanation of the concept and defenses of the Worm Guard.
A powerful Worm Guard sweep to entire the mount or attack the back
A slick rolling back take from a modified Worm Guard position.
How to Transition from the Worm Guard to Reverse De La Worm Guard and take the back.
A more detailed look into the Reverse De La Worm back take.
A potent sweep against an opponent trying to defend the Worm Guard by staying on both knees.
How to use the lapels to incorporate the tornado sweep into the Worm Guard system.
How to set up one of Keenan’s highest rate submissions, the armbar from Worm Guard.
Check out this great way to swap out the Worm Guard for the closed guard.
Keenan explains the evolution of the Worm Guard and answers questions from participants of a seminar.
CAUTION: Worms may chase you
Lapel magic or leg locks of the dark arts? Why can’t we have both?
More dark arts combined with the magic of the lapel guard. You’re a wizard, Keenan.
There are many reasons you may not be able to access the lapel to initiate total Worm domination. Don’t let that stop you, as the belt has some unique properties you can take advantage of to set up the lapel systems.
A continuation on pulling guard with the lapel to set up the Worm Guard. Think you’ve seen it all? Think again. Each time Keenan teaches, he expands upon the same techniques and offers new insight.
The main sweep from the traditional Worm Guard plus tips on how to make getting to mount a little easier after you complete the sweep.
More details on taking the back from the traditional Worm Guard with an emphasis on proper knee positioning.
Keenan goes over the Reverse De La Worm position, clearing up some common confusions people have about setting up the position, as well as how to move your hips into the correct position.
Keenan breaks down what makes the lapel control different than other grips and the first few positions of the worm guard system.
Part 2 of Keena’s private with Mario Lopez, Keenan further explains the worm guard control, and how to start attacking sweeps and back takes with it.
Mario learns the most dangerous worm guard of them all, Reverse De La Worm. Zach Morris doesn’t stand a chance.