Watch our latest video as Professors Guy and Rob demonstrate how to enter into the 4-11 position from the sitting up guard. Starting in the sitting-up guard position, you’ll have one knee down and one knee up. This is so you’ll be able to do a basic hook sweep. Sometimes, your opponent will grab your pant leg because they want to pass.
Image #1: While in guard, you’ll grab your opponent’s sleeve. Then reaching over his shoulder to the opposite side grabbing his gi.
Image #2: You’ll transfer your knee to the opposite side. At this point, you can load your opponent up and sweep him.
Image #3: After sweeping your opponent, you’ll tuck your knee under his leg then triangle your legs, and you’re now in the 4-11 position. From there you’ll be able to secure his leg and attack.
Watch the video below to gain better insight into this technique.
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