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#4 Guard-Top White to Blue

Proper Position in Guard Cross Choke Defense in the Guard (Squeeze the Bread) Cross Choke Defense in the Guard (Comb the Hair) Guillotine Choke Defense (Inside Guard) Basic Pass the Guard (Knee on Floor) A-B-C Squeeze the Bread

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#3 Guard-Bottom White to Blue

Cross Choke from Guard Punch Defense from Guard (starting at a distance) Arm Lock from Guard Sit-up Sweep Kimura (from Guard) Guillotine Choke from Guard Triangle Choke Scissor Sweep to Mount Basic Hook Sweep

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#2 Standing Moves White to Blue

Standing Guillotine Choke Standing Guillotine Choke Defense (Hands on Knee) Standing Guillotine Choke Defense (Buckle the Knees) T-Position Hip Throw T-Position Leg Throw T-Position Throw from Behind (Sitting Down) Hetzler

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#1 Self-Defense White to Blue

Same Side Wrist Grab Escape Two-Hand Wrist Grab Escape One-Hand Lapel Grab Defense (Straight Arm) One-Hand Lapel Grab Defense (Bent Arm) One-Hand Lapel Grab Defense (Bent Wrist) Two-Handed Lapel Grab Defense Two-Handed Choke Defense Neck Defense (Pinned to wall-one hand) … Continue reading

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Overview videos

Pedro Sauer White to Blue Part 1 Pedro Sauer White to Blue Part 2 Chewjitsu Ritchie Yip  

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“The Body: A Guide for Occupants” by Bill Bryson

Memory is not a fixed and permanent record, like a document in a filing cabinet. It is something much more hazy and mutable. As Elizabeth Loftus told an interviewer in 2013, “It’s a little more like a Wikipedia page. You … Continue reading

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“How to Invent Everything: A Survival Guide for the Stranded Time Traveler” by Ryan North

Here is the bad news: the scientific method can produce knowledge that is wrong. Here is the good news: the scientific method is still our best technology for uncovering, verifying, and refining correct knowledge, because what the scientific method allows … Continue reading

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