ANDREW LAXA: SETTING TRAPS FROM THE GUARD

ANDREW LAXA: SETTING TRAPS FROM THE GUARD

36.35

Sunday
17th March 2019
2pm-4pm

Wouldn't it be nice if you were in complete control of your opponent's aggression, pace and moves? By setting up traps with your guard, this is entirely possible.

Learn from Andrew Laxa, an up-and-coming Jiu-Jitsu athlete in the European scene who's racked up more than a few spots on the podium all over the world, as he shows you how make your opponent pay for every attempt at attacking from the top position.

"One of the best ways to get a person to respect your guard is by constantly attacking. One of the best positions to attack from is when you are recovering guard. By doing this, the person playing guard will earn the top players respect more and more thus making him less inclined to go for openings and making him less aggressive. This allows the guard player to be in a position where they can dictate the pace of the fight."

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