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8/10/07 2:56 PM
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kajukenbo2000
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I received your "Spring Camp 2006" disk 1, for the guard surfing drill. I have drilled your instruction and I liked it a lot; however, what I missed on the DVD is your "Must have basics steps to pass the guard" you mention a few on the DVD but it isn't like your SBG3 lists. Can you list them. I think it was something like: Control the legs and hip,Posture etc... thanks in advance. Sean Springr
8/10/07 3:36 PM
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Mike Sweeney
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Until Matt sees this, it may be: 1. Open the guard 2. Control the legs 3. Control the hip 4. Lock in the upper body 5. Land the hips
8/10/07 4:19 PM
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Matt Thornton
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Edited: 10-Aug-07 04:24 PM
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I am not sure exactly what you are referencing. But Mike just posted the 5 point passing game. That is the core of what I teach brand new people, and it is the formula all guard passes follow. There are also the inside the closed guard drills we work, safety position, base & posture to combat base. My progression usually works like this. . 1-Safety position drill 2- Base & posture drill (isolating both, then combining) 3- Combine to combat base drill (done very frequently) 4- Five point passing game (using some fundamental passes to illustrate the concept) 5- Guard surfing (core passing drill for my athletes) That is the core of my fundamental passing curriculum. www.straightblastgym.com
8/10/07 11:38 PM
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That is exactly what I was looking for,the 5 point passing game. Thanks Mat and Mike.

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