Breaking your opponent’s posture is extremely important when setting up attacks from the closed guard. It’s one of the things you’ll hear your professor telling you to do at an early stage. Controlling his posture will prevent him from easily opening your closed guard, and eventually passing. It also puts you in control of the fight. Jiu-jitsu practitioners will learn many ways to do this, however, Abraham Marte shows us his own personal set up.
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