BJJ students need to stretch their training partners out as they’re fighting from the Spider Guard
When my bjj students are playing Spider Guard – having their feet on their training partner’s hips or biceps – a common mistake is allowing their training partner to keep their elbows in close to their body.
When you are playing a Spider Guard game, you need to stretch your training partner out, get his hands and elbows out far away from his body. He will easily lose his balance and it will be very difficult for him to pass your Guard.
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