Concept: Post Pass Control

Passing the guard is hard! The last thing you want when you finally pass is for your opponent to immediately escape. Thankfully, there is a simple way to prevent this. All you have to do is run back against the hips.

Running back against the hips when you pass, gives you better control over your opponent’s posture, plus it forces them to square their hips before they attempt to escape, which gives you additional time to counter their attempts.

In this video, Tom and Chelsea discuss when to run back against your opponent’s hips and why it’s so important.

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