Jiu-jitsu is often nicknamed “the game of human chess,” and for good reason: Every move can be shut down if your opponent catches it early and knows what they’re doing. But on the other hand, you can shut down their shutdown if you also know what to do.
In this JJT-exclusive video, Jiu-Jitsu Times partner instructor David Morcegao of Invisible Jiu-Jitsu provides a follow-up to a De La Riva-lasso sweep he showed us last month. Even if your opponent tries to defend against your efforts, you can still achieve your goal. Check it out!