In part 2 of our deep dive into the guillotine position, we cover 5 practical tips that you can use to hit more guillotines. Regardless of what style guillotine you prefer (high-wrist, high-elbow, arm-in, etc), you should be able to implement all 5 of these concepts to submit more people with the guillotine, as well as use it as a robust position to help you advance to other great movements, techniques, and positions.
There is another Google Doc here as well as an Instagram and Reddit post with video examples of some of the concepts discussed here. If you didn't listen to last week's episode, I recommend listening to that for a breakdown of all the primary styles of guillotine, as well as watching the companion footage of those guillotines in action. Big shout outs to Cody Maltais, David Porter, Matt Skaff, Brandon 'BMac' Mccaghren, and Ryan Hall for a lot of the concepts discussed in this episode. Big shoutout to John Salter and Joe Solecki for forcing me to sharpen up guillotine offense.
New Google Doc for Part 2: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1qqggqOJZp1uAq9XervTrGy6yMTocHLLhArwmatxS92U/
New Reddit post for Part 2: https://www.reddit.com/r/bjj/comments/smorf1/part_2_of_the_guillotine_deep_dive_podcast/
Instagram Link: https://www.instagram.com/drewdarce/