Never Get Jumped on Ever Again - Stopping the Guard Jump

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  1. Invisible Jiu Jitsu

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    David Morcegao shows the one detail you'll kick yourself for not figuring out.
     
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    I hate this stupid rule, if you jump on your opponent, you deserve to be slammed.

    Being able to control your opponents posture is so important to this. Basic wrestling can take you a long way in pummeling and breaking posture.
     
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    Agreed. Having to protect someone who threw themselves at you is silly
     
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    Guard jumping is stupid. I'm ok with guard pulling but overall I have a problem with a few things that are in sport BJJ that disrespect the idea of BJJ as a self-defense martial art.
     
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    yup
     

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