Source: MMA girls
I found it difficult to learn at first, as although the basics are fairly simple, it was different to what I was used to doing.
I’ve posted some videos here by other instructors and then later, more importantly by Eddie himself to help you break it down, use it to transition, submit your opponents and move to dominant positions.
His book is available from Amazon, as shown here:
This first video by Submissions 101 explains the basic rubber guard positions and their names.
In this video by Ripsaw defence , you can watch Eddie Bravo doing a seminar in Newcastle England where he breaks down the rubber guard.
Eddie Bravo‘s always been a bit of a controversial figure in BJJ circles because of his opinions on the use of Gi training for MMA and the way he thinks about new techniques. I’ve personally been a big fan of his for years. I find that the stuff he teaches has really helped me over the years in No Gi BJJ, submission wrestling and MMA competitions.