Sunday, October 7, 2012

Passing Concepts

General De La Riva Guard Passing Concepts:
  1. Unlock opponent's DLR leg hook.
  2. Free ankle from opponent's.
  3. Control opponent's legs to pass.
Standing DLR Pass (Starting grips = opponent's lapel and opponent's pants leg. Make sure for the lapel grip, your elbow is on top of your knee): 
  1. Unlock opponent's DLR leg hook.
  2. Pass opponent's pushing leg through and in between your leg.
  3. Kick out your leg from opponent's ankle hook.
  4. Kick out and pass your leg while maintaining control of opponent's pants leg into knee on belly.
Kneeling DLR Pass (Starting grips are the same as the Standing Pass):
  1. Unlock opponent's DLR leg hook.
  2. Kneel down to unhook your opponent's ankle hook.
  3. Stand and kick out and pass your leg while maintaining control of opponent's pants leg into knee on belly. *NOTE* When passing here, the lapel grip changes into a fist pressure to prevent your opponent from moving.
(Sam's) Smash DLR Pass(Starting grips are the same as the Standing Pass):
  1. Unlock opponent's DLR leg hook.
  2. Pass opponent's pushing leg through and then smash down on it, overhooking the passing with a pants grip, while underhooking the opposite leg.
  3. When ready control the pants grip and hop over.
General Spider Guard Passing:
  1. Tuck your elbows to your stomach.
 Side Control Spider Guard Pass:
  1. Tuck your elbows to your stomach.
  2. Under grip the pants legs (maintain high posture).
  3. Obtain a sleeve grip (this will dictate the passing side).
  4. Under grip the pants leg o the sleeve grip side.
  5. Step to side of the passing hips.
  6. Yank and stretch out opponent into knee on belly.
Step Over Spider Guard Pass:
  1. Tuck your elbows to your stomach.
  2. Under grip the pants legs (maintain high posture).
  3. Hip into your opponent and sit on their hips.
  4. Step over your opponent and now you will be laying on their hips.
  5. Underhook opponent's arm (to prevent them from taking their back).
  6. Then pressure and pass into side.

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