how does one fix a glaring weakness? As pointed out in an earlier post, I feel that it is an issue of identifying the weakness first.
"Where did I get stuck?"
"Where did I have no answer?"
The answers to these questions seem to be appropriate guidelines for what to do next.
Sometimes the issue is as simple as just NOT doing a bad-habit during a match (giving up points while you are already winning).
From what I've seen, the majority of the reason why beginner/intermediate students get stuck are because of a lack of focus on escapes and guard work.
What do you think?
Now a video of Michael Langhi, one of the top guard players in his weight class.