Is it easier to hold onto a stick of butter than it is to hold your guard? Picture this: You hear the referee say “combate” and with a movement of their hand they signal the start of the match.
You take this as your cue to get your grips and pull guard. But, as soon as you sit on the mat, your opponent breaks your grips, and boom – panic sets in. Let’s face it, that moment when you realize you’re losing your guard is scary AF. Just like a car crash, everything starts to move in slow motion as you sit there defenseless, gripless, and one second away from giving your opponent the easiest guard pass they’ve ever had. But it doesn’t have to be this way.
Know exactly what to do before your opponent does. What if you could carry with you a proven field guide for retaining guard that held the secrets of one of jiu jitsu’s most notorious guard players? Someone who was known for having an impassable guard? Say goodbye to having your guard passed with this never-ending get-out-of-jail-free card. This isn’t about stopping your opponent from passing your guard; this is about taking that option completely off the table. Join IBJJF European Champion, Pan American Champion, and 3 x World Champion Gabriel Arges as he reveals the secrets to the unsolvable equation that is his guard.