Set the pass guard counter at the timing when the opponent pulls guard.
This technique was taught by Fernando Augusto in Brazil in 2013.
Terere has a strong takedown, so the opponent should pull in carefully, but there it does not allow the guard to be set up and it moves dynamically at once.
When I watch a game, I often have a pose that I take in a stand.
I've always thought it was just a provocation, but that was the trick to making the counter successful.
I don't have the courage to be bold enough to look provocative, and Terere said it's a bit dangerous, so this video will show you a low-risk, balanced approach.
I think it's very simple and easy to practice, so please give it a try.
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