You’ve Got To Learn This (Painful) Deep Half Guard Escape

The Deep Half Guard! It’s a very powerful position that will control guard passers immediately.

The general principle of using Deep Half Guard is that your one arm is in, that your hips are in as well, and that you control the opponent’s hips, being close to them with your face.

But why is this position so effective in the first place? The predominant reason why guard players use Deep Half Guard is because they can control someone stronger and faster. The Deep Half Guard is so effective because you can move and control your opponent; while not being in as much of a danger of them putting pressure on you and establishing control themselves, as is the case in other positions.

Like every guard, it has its defenses and counters.

If your training partner knows what they’re doing from Deep Half Guard, then you’ll have a tough time escaping it.
But nevertheless, there are techniques that you can resort to… Even if they’re a bit painful – for the training partner, that is.

Quentin Frosty Leahy shows a Deep Half Guard escape technique that involves, well, applying pressure to the training partner’s face.
Here’s how to do it:

The post You’ve Got To Learn This (Painful) Deep Half Guard Escape appeared first on Bjj Eastern Europe.

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