One sweep is never enough to play with, so that’s why we decided to have four.
I say that it’s important to have a plan B, but how about having a plan C and D as well? That is never a bad thing. Today, we will examine 4 sweeps you can utilize when your opponent tries to stand up in your guard.
There is a technique for each scenario you may find yourself in, and each technique is designed to place you in a dominant position upon its completion. You know a technique is good when it takes you from a vulnerable position to a position of dominance.
The importance of the ability to transition cannot be overstated. After all, grappling is a constant battle for position. And in this battle for position, the more opportunities and tricks you have to achieve a dominant position, the better.
Let’s dive into it: