When rolling with explosive partners we’ll often face an escape attempt where they roll away. This will also often occur when we place their arm in a “sling” with the skirt of the lapel. In any case, here is an excellent counter when they roll away from you.
Often when training we can find ourselves training with a highly defensive partner who isn’t attempting to actively escape but only lying on the ground. They are waiting for you to get frustrated and to create an opening for their escape. Here are a few options off the bicep staple.
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Here is a quick variation to the Kimura starting in Side Control and ending in the North South position. Additionally we’ll review an option when our partners grip is too strong to break to complete the Kimura.
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Sometimes we’ll encounter a highly defensive partner who isn’t attempting to escape the position but only lay there. They are waiting for us to get frustrated and to create an opening for their escape. Here are a few options when we go over an elbow.
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One of the most common defenses you’ll face when mounted on someone is the hip escape (aka The Elbow Escape). In this video we will continue our study of countering this fundamental technique.
Sometimes when training we encounter a strong partner who will be able to keep their arms in tight. They will be very passive and hope that you’ll get frustrated and leave the position. Here is an option when in that situation.
BJJ Basics: In this instructional we tried to sweep our partner. After they lean away to avoid the sweep we apply the Omo Plata. If our partner attempts to avoid the Omo Plata we have an excellent opportunity to attack with the Triangle Choke.
If you enjoyed this video you’ll love this one: https://www.bjjbasics.com/triangle-choke-from-the-mount-to-arm-bar/
Today We are attempting the Triangle Choke but for some reason were unable to lock the triangle with our legs. Therefore we transition to an arm bar
Today we tried to sweep our partner when they lean away to stop the sweep. This is when we transition to the Omo Plata.