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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 11-23-2009, 02:01 AM Thread Starter
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Question Full Guard-Full Mount- Transition

Total Noob, i'll admit, i watch UFC and learn terminology, and etc.

i never have participated in MMA yet, but i have a question

is there a transition, when someone is in your full guard, to sweep and you have full mount...thinking about that today

would there be a way to do it with, arm control and a body triangle or Two hooks when fully established
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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 11-23-2009, 06:52 AM
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Yes, you can do a push sweep to do that, it's not very difficult to do but it is difficult to get someone with a good base with it. This link here explains how to do it better than I could, LINK. The most important part is getting your opponent off balance and then shifting your weight with your legs.
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Best sweep for this IMO is hip bump. If your opponent postures up (most people do) you can sit up with them, throw the arm over the shoulder (try to get your armpit on top of thier shoulder), same side leg as the arm going over is going to hook the leg on that side, other side leg is the push off leg, then just push them over with your hips.

That's a simple explenation of the technique. It's a good technique, but pretty well impossible if your opponent doesn't posture up.
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Oh, and another good thing about this sweep is if they try to push you back down (lots of people do) a lot of the time you are set up for a kimura, guillotine, or a triangle choke.
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theres also the scissor sweep, u can probably find it on youtube

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the scissor sweep is my go to move in full guard,.
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Thanks guy, love the move, cant wait to use it
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the scissor sweep is my go to move in full guard,.
Scissor sweep is a gret sweep no doubt, but there are plenty of guys out there with really strong bases and it's next to impossible to sweep them with this, that's why I love the kickstand sweep.

The kickstand is the same setup as the scissor, but instead of choping the leg out place the foot on their knee, push it out, and sweep them over. Much stronger sweep IMO.
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