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16 August 2018

16/08/2018 - BJJ Globetrotter Camp | Heidelberg 2018 | Heather Raftery (Quarter guard)

Class #1033
BJJ Globetrotter Camp (Olympiastützpunkt Rhein-Neckar) Heather Raftery, Heidelberg, Germany, 16/08/2018

Fun warm ups with shipwreck game, then into a great quarter guard series. You've clamped their leg, squeezing your knees. İt is paramount that you get the underhook, so fight hard for that. 

Once you have it, swivel to your knees bringing your hip over. You can either trap their leg mainly with one foot and sit all the way down onto your heel, or you can swivel both knees in. Knees keeps their leg more secure, but gives you less base. 

From there, shuck them forward, wrap up the back, then chop your knee into theirs, bringing your bottom hook in first. İf they whizzer, limp arm out and then grab the back. 

Should the limp arm not work, still swivel up, but this time grab their far knee and drive. Flatten your hips into them, splaying your knees out like a frog. Windscreen wiper your leg over to hook, then insert your arm at the crook of their knee. You can then move around behind. 

If they put their foot up instead, do the same swivel up, but now you can't grab a knee. İnstead, push into them, in order to get them pushing back. When they do, dive under and C cup their other leg, rolling through to the top. 

Finally, if they ignore all of that by back stepping opposite side pass style, you need to rotate your leg under and flick. Try and catch them in the transition, so they can't hook their arm behind. İf they do that, frame into their neck and try to triangle their head. 

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