Fluidity Through Acceptance

When you’ve almost passed guard and/or are losing cross-sides to guard recovering hips and legs, it’s often best to re-pass.

Over-attatchment to destinations is physically and mentally exhausting.  On the flipside, accepting and moving on to the next scenario gives the opponent no one to fight. 




2 thoughts on “Fluidity Through Acceptance

  1. Ray Price

    100% agreed. John Kavanagh once said to me that even if he is 95% passed and the guy is able to pull guard he will abandon and start over or go another way. I have to remind myself of this concept because it is the efficient art.

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