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Old 08-12-2008, 02:44 PM   #91 (permalink)
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IronMan: How do you escape or avoid twister side control? If someone gets it on you you're at least going to get mounted...
Alot of guys try to buck from this position, but your opponent will generally ride it out until he slides his hips up onto your chest and you have no more power.

There are a few outs.

The first is the easiest. Reach over your opponents back and sit up, and try to slip the leg out so that you can get to the back.

If your opponent continues to drop that bottom leg to keep you off, reach the legs around and try to grab the top leg, setting up the half-guard. Once you do this, transition to the basket-position (or, as some people call it, the quarter guard) and start working the sweep.


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Also: How do you escape the Judo style Side control? It's a great control position I just don't know how to get out from...
There are a few. Are you talking about the scarf hold?
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Old 08-13-2008, 10:18 AM   #92 (permalink)
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There are a few. Are you talking about the scarf hold?
Yeah, the scarf hold, I believe is the one. Head arm control nd he is on his side near my head. But not so I can take his back. He's got both my arms in front of him.
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Old 08-13-2008, 01:19 PM   #93 (permalink)
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Yeah, the scarf hold, I believe is the one. Head arm control nd he is on his side near my head. But not so I can take his back. He's got both my arms in front of him.
Ari Bolden from Submissions 101 is a JJJ blackbelt, and he has some good walkthroughs of the scarf-hold escapes.

Here are two of them.

Personally, I use this one.
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Old 08-13-2008, 01:30 PM   #94 (permalink)
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Thanks Ironman

The twister option I will really try to learn.
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Old 08-13-2008, 01:42 PM   #95 (permalink)
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Thanks Ironman

The twister option I will really try to learn.
It's actually my favorite setup for the twister, I catch it all the time, because I have longer and more flexible legs for my body size.
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Hey guys, great thread! I dont believe this has been ask yet.. Are there any effective ways to get out of being stuck in a full mount? I hate getting stuck in this position. I know it is best to avoid it, but it happens. Thanks in advance!
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Old 08-13-2008, 06:38 PM   #97 (permalink)
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Kendrik, sorry I missed your post the first time. Here's my response.

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Will these things (proper techniques and form) become more instinctive with practice and experience?
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Is it likely (again, including practice as a factor) that the disconnect betwen mind and body will be reduced in time?
Long answer: Yes, but you have to understand that as you drill in the basic movements, you'll improve your all-around game. Work the basic techniques and understand the basic concepts before you start to jump too much into the theory of the style, otherwise you'll make your problem worse.

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Also, what things would you recommend I do to work on flexibility? I'm rather bendable considering my relative lack of fitness (helpful in being able to resist an early tapping), but I have a hard time manipulating my body (my legs in particular) to gain a better position. Any tips?
Absolutely.

Practice using the rubber guard without an opponent. That is to say, pull your instep to your forehead in order to mimic kung-fu-move. Also practice the basic stretching regularly, along with your conditioning. This will improve your game alot.
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Old 08-13-2008, 06:47 PM   #98 (permalink)
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Hey guys, great thread! I dont believe this has been ask yet.. Are there any effective ways to get out of being stuck in a full mount? I hate getting stuck in this position. I know it is best to avoid it, but it happens. Thanks in advance!
Sure, there are two basic ways to do it.

The first is to trap your opponent's arm by pinning it to your chest and hooking their back leg with your leg (both on the same side). Then bump and roll over to land in your opponents guard.

The second is to bump your opponent, shoot your hips back while you're on your side, and slip the leg out through the space to get back to half guard. From there, you can work back to full guard or play the half.
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Sure, there are two basic ways to do it.

The first is to trap your opponent's arm by pinning it to your chest and hooking their back leg with your leg (both on the same side). Then bump and roll over to land in your opponents guard.
A fun thing to do instead of rolling to guard is to bump roll your opponent over but stay on your back throw your near leg over your opponent so they can't move, lock your hands together and pull up it's a nasty shoulder lock that noone sees coming since they are just expecting you to roll into their guard.
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A fun thing to do instead of rolling to guard is to bump roll your opponent over but stay on your back throw your near leg over your opponent so they can't move, lock your hands together and pull up it's a nasty shoulder lock that noone sees coming since they are just expecting you to roll into their guard.
Sounds like it's worth a try. I'll try it when I head in next.
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