In issue No.199 of GRACIEMAG, Clark Gracie helps us examine the lasso guard and teaches some valuable lessons that could add to your Jiu-Jitsu game. From using the shin as a shield, applying effective sweeps, and of course applying variations to omoplata, Clark Gracie and GRACIEMAG have you covered in this, the November issue.
Check out what else issue No. 199 of GRACIEMAG has to offer readers:
Face to Face: HEL100 GRACIE
As students and researchers of the life of the grandmaster, Pedro Guilherme and Joaquim Valente evaluate the legacy of Helio Gracie on his centenary celebrated on October 1, 2013.
Retrospective: WHAT WAS THE BEST CROP OF THE WORLD JIU-JITSU CHAMPIONSHIP?
From 1996 until today, the hardest of our sport’s competitions has been gathering the elite in one place. But which is your favorite year?
UFC: THE ART OF TURNING A LOSING FIGHT AROUND
Why, in the end, Glover Teixeira’s setback at UFC Fight Night 28 shows that the Brazilian is more than ready for a title shot.
Training Program: SITTING GUARD
Many guard players only fight with their back flat on the floor. Big mistake! This article aims at curing that vice by incentivizing our readers to try other positioning variations. How about fighting while sitting, for instance? It’s a great technique, capable of surprising many opponents. Check out five efficient attacks and endeavor to take a shot at them during training. Thus your guard will become more dynamic, well-rounded and dangerous.
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