Learn One Of The Most Dynamic And Innovative Guards in BJJ With This All New Instructional Set
Become A Master Of The Crafty, Old School Butterfly Guard With BJJ Black Belt Cesar Casamajo As He Shows Off His Unique Guard Game, From The Basics To The Advanced, To His Own Personal Innovations
Butterfly guard is one of the first guards that most beginners learn, it’s one of the most basic and effective positions in all of grappling. You can use it to really manage an opponent’s weight, constantly destabilizing them until you sweep, making it a great guard against a huge variety of opponents.
Even still, so many people make huge mistakes in their butterfly guard attacks, and their guards suffer as a result. The opposite is also true, time after time you can get slowed down and stopped when trying to pass a good butterfly guard. Now, Cesar Casamajo is here to share all of his knowledge in unlocking the butterfly guard’s full potential, and in passing consistently from top.
Cesar Casamajo is a black belt under Aldo Caveirinha, an instructor at Caveirinha Jiu-Jitsu in Hawaii, and an experienced competitor, with multiple IBJJF medals (including a Brazilian Nationals championship). Cesar brings an innovative perspective to his grappling, especially when fighting from his butterfly guard. While so many people are working with the same few standard grips and sweeps, Cesar has opened up the game with new entries and finishes to classic positions that he can use to surprise even the best.
When it’s done right, butterfly guard has some of the most potential of any guard in sport BJJ, MMA, or self defense. It’s a great example of the philosophy of using leverage and momentum to control and defeat larger opponents, and it remains a favorite at any level of competition. For those who know how to really manage an opponent’s weight, and leverage into their own attacks, it becomes effortless to play guard.