Killing Closed Guard eBook

Getting stuck in closed guard sucks, but if your opponent is good in the position, it will be a miserable experience. The first time I experienced this was at the 2007 European Championships.

For about 3 minutes, I survived my opponents attacks, but did little more than that. Then I made a mistake and over committed to a guard break, in the blink of an eye, I was forced to tap from a painfully tight arm bar.

As I iced my throbbing elbow joint and fought back the tears of frustration, I made a promise I’d never get stuck in closed guard again. The result was the Killing Closed Guard breaking system.

I’ve put the entire system in an eBook that  you can download by clicking the link below.

Killing Closed Guard

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