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Guard Passing Techniques and Submitting 9 opponents in 9 matches with Rafael Lovato Jr.


Jiu Jitsu Lovato Wins Big

Imagine traveling to Brazil to compete after being out of competition for close to a year and being able to pass, crush and submit 100% of your opponents and take home four shiny gold medals.

The feeling would be amazing. Rafael Lovato Jr had that feeling at the IBJJF Curitiba Open in Brazil on the second weekend of June in 2015.

After suffering a torn pec at the end of 2014, Rafael was out of competition and recovering until he decided to dust of the rust and jump in the water against some of the toughest competitors on the planet in Brazil at the Curitiba Open.

Rafael ripped through the competition with and without the Gi, submitting 100% of his opponents and was able to secure this using a mix of grit, technique and a “system of guard passing” that allowed him to take home 4 Gold Medals.

In this guard passing and submission Jiu Jitsu technique breakdown, you are going to get a series of instructional videos from Rafael’s Ultimate Pressure Passing System that you can use to start guard passing and submitting people just like Rafael Lovato Jr did at the Curtiba open in Brazil. Here are the moves you can use to start and add this guard passing style to your game:

Guard Passing and Submission Free Video Series

How To Set Up Your Guard Passing: Review of “Headquarters” and Where To Start When Passing The Guard:

This is the evolution of the headquarters and will give you killer edge. Take away his biggest options from the guard, and see exactly how to stand and WHERE to put your weight to set up all your passes.

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How to use “Combination Guard Passing”:  Confuse and breakdown your opponents guard game with this hard to stop guard passing style

Here you get to blend together  2, 3 or 4 passes to cause confusion and despair in your opponent to pass the toughest guard. Developing passing combinations gives you the ability fire off multiple passes at a time and make it impossible for your opponent to stop all of them.

How To transition from the X-Pass into the armbar: Check out this killer submission you can use straight off the guard pass from side control…

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Here is the finals matches with and without the gi, from the Curitiba Open where Rafael was able to secure quadruple gold using these guard passing and submission techniques in Brazil…



Right now you can get Rafael’s complete Ultimate Pressure Passing Instructional DVD with and without the Gi for a special deal and added bonus content…

(To Get Lovato’s Complete Ultimate Pressure Passing System Instructional DVD With Free Mount Attacks + Brabo Chokes Bonus DVDs and Limited Time Discount Price Click Here Now)

Who is the Pressure Passing System for?

This Jiu Jitsu instructional series Is designed for Jiu Jitsu students from White belt to Black belt that wants to start adding the highly effective style of Pressure Passing to their game.

This pressure passing system will work for you if you have a white belt or a black belt, because the instruction is so rich, it will keep you coming back to it over and over as you progress.

Sometimes the straight armbar is just too hard to finish using the normal methods. This JiuJitsu.com exclusive video from Balance Studios Head Instructor, Relson Gracie Black Belt, Ricardo Migliarese gives you some really cool and unique ways you can finish the armbar when your opponent is defending your attack.

You can train with Ricardo and his band of over 60 Black Belts at Balance Studios in Center City Philadelphia by going to Balancestudios.net

Key Details Of The Technique:

Finish the armbar

  • Look for the space and the gap in your opponents far arm when he is defending
  • Wrap the far arm that your opponent is gripping with and spin around for opposite side armbar
  • Pull your heels towards your butt when controlling the body
  • Point your thumb towards you when going for the armbar
  • Finish with an Americana without giving up your position
  • You can take the back when your opponent thinks he’s escaping

Watch how Ricardo finishes his challenger in under 2 minutes in this 1996 challenge match at Gracie Academy

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