The enemy advances, we retreat. The enemy retreats, we pursue: In the ebb and flow of play, opponents will sometimes pressure and sometimes recede – it’s is crucial you be able to follow that movement to advantage. So often when opponents move back, we moving and wait for them to come to us. This is a missed opportunity. When they disengage it is the perfect time to surge and actively come up from bottom position and take your opponent down. Don’t that because you aren’t a wrestling specialist that this kind of tactic won’t work for you. It’s generally much easier to many forms of takedown under these circumstances because your opponents stance is usually compromised. Most Jiu jitsu players are very effective dealing with opponents driving into their guard – make sure you are equally effective when they away in the direction