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Rubber guard

Rubber guard
one practitioner holding the other in the rubber guard grappling position
Classification Position
Parent style 10th Planet Jiu-Jitsu, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Judo
AKA Mission Control
Parent hold Guard (grappling)
Child hold(s) Pyramid, New York, Spider Web
Attacks Triangle Choke, Gogoplata, Omoplata

The Rubber guard sometimes referred to as Mission Control is a Brazilian Jiu-jitsu technique, which involves the practitioner ‘breaking down’ the opponent into the rubber guard, while maintaining a high level of control. It utilizes extensive flexibility to control the opponent with one arm and one leg. The opposite arm in turn is free to attempt submissions, sweeps or to strike the trapped head of the opponent.

Rubber guard, as well as other innovative guard moves, is attributed to Nino Schembri[1] although it was Eddie Bravo who adopted it as a staple technique of his 10th Planet Jiu-Jitsu.

Flowchart

In the 10th Planet system, the rubber guard follows a flow pattern resembling a branching path or programmatic flowchart; containing six basic "levels" each comprising a primary option and two secondary options.[2]

Rubber Guard flow chart adapted from chart in Mastering the Rubber Guard

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