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What are some fundamental yet highly effective ways to break your opponent's posture?

I think in what you have written there are fundamental errors and/or misconceptions. We cannot tell whether this is because of what you understood from what you have been told or what you actually ...
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What are some fundamental yet highly effective ways to break your opponent's posture?

This answer addresses strategy for side control only. Resist the first move with structure When your opponent makes their first move (for example, bridging or shrimping), your control needs to be ...
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What are some fundamental yet highly effective ways to break your opponent's posture?

Taking a step back, the main issue you're facing is that your skill level is probably the same as everyone else who you started out with, but they're heavier and stronger than you are, so you're ...
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Maintaining Guard- Breaking Posture and switching from closed to butterly/open guard effectively?

The most basic principle of keeping someone within your closed guard is to always keep your hips up. If your hips are on the ground, it is far easier for you opponent to open your guard. Having your ...
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