Xande Ribeiro BJJ Library Xande No Gi Passing System
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Breaking the Double Under Butterfly Clinch and Forcing Half Guard – Xande No Gi Passing System 13
Xande demonstrates how to deal with the double under butterfly clinch, how to break the hold, and how to force the half guard.
Xande No Gi Passing System 12 – Failed Opposite Side Smash versus Knee Shield
We may be unable to execute the opposite side smash due to our opponent’s response and must settle for the forced half guard.
Xande No Gi Passing System 11 – Side Smash versus Knee Shield to Opposite Side
Xande demonstrates how to use a side smash against a knee shield or three quarters guard. We divert the leg to kill the frame and push their leg to find the side smash position by utilizing your opponent’s response.
Passing System 10 Xande No Gi – Smash Pass Attempt to Opposite Side Half Guard Transition
With another transition, Xande begins to pull together the past several classes in this lesson. This round, we begin with a side smash pass attempt before switching to the other side half guard. Because we have several possibilities for each situation, we can react with the best potential answer based on your opponent’s actions.
Forcing Half Guard Transition from Side Smash Pass – Xande No Gi Passing System 9
Xande demonstrates how to compel the half guard to release after a botched or attempted side smash pass. Your opponent may have a strong open guard and defense against your passing efforts at times. If you’re having difficulties with the pass, it can be a good idea to pass to force the half guard guard game, which they might not be strong at.
Xande No Gi Passing System 8 – Headquarters Side Smash Posture
Xande explains how to position your body and put weight to your opponent from the headquarters stance to transition into the side smash pass. We learn that in order to apply the proper pressure during the pass, your body must compensate for your opponent’s motions.
Xande No Gi Passing System 7 – Side Smash Pass Transition
Xande demonstrates how to transition into the side smash pass in this lesson. He says that you may frequently transition into this move after a botched double over pass when your opponent starts pushing your body away with their hands or butterfly hooks. The side smash pass is a very flexible pass that can be used in a variety of circumstances and utilized to effectively link your pass combinations together.
Xande No Gi Passing System 6 – Double Over to Single Over Pass Failed
Your opponent may be able to successfully manipulate your hands in order to prevent you from having a solid grip on the double overs and therefore stopping the stack. In this scenario, Xande demonstrates how to transition into a single over pass to focus on entire hip control without requiring a deep stack.
Double Under Hip Control Pass with Hip Grip – Xande No Gi Passing System 5
It is not always feasible to obtain a deep stack using the neck grip as demonstrated in the last lesson. It’s also likely that your opponent may start posting on your body to push you away as you try a double under pass. In that situation, Xande demonstrates a shallow hip grasp for completing the double under stack pass.
Double Under Hip Stack Pass – Xande No Gi Passing System 4
To pass your opponent’s guard, Xande teaches the conventional double under pass with a hip stack. This guard pass works nicely with the other three lessons in this series.
Xande No Gi Passing System 3 – Esgrima Pass with Half Guard Super Hold
Controlling your opponent’s hips sufficiently to go straight for the pass might be challenging at times. In many circumstances, forcing the half guard first and working your guard passes from there may be simpler. Xande demonstrates how to push the half guard super hold grip and then transition into the esgrima pass in this session.
Double Over Hip Block Pass with Shin Control – Xande No Gi Passing System 2
Xande uses the same pass as in the previous lesson, but your opponent may push your head and use hooks to defend the pass. In this example, we switch to shin control to go around the hooks for the pass.
Double Over Leg Squeeze Pass – Xande No Gi Passing System 1
Xande shares one of his first no gi passes, which served him well during his transition from gi to no gi. To make the pass, the double over leg squeeze pass combines the right amount of pressure to consistently control your opponent’s hips.