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post #11 of 17 (permalink) Old 12-19-2007, 05:48 AM
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side to side movement while mounted......... i was mounted in my fight this weekend and never got hit while mounted. work your elbows into the knees of your opponent in order to regain guard or a butterfly in order to sweep. its easier said than done for sure just remember you are gonna end up getting hit lol.

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post #12 of 17 (permalink) Old 12-19-2007, 05:48 AM
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I was not sure where this thread goes to since it involves the ground and striking.

Ok so i was wondering when someone has you mounted what do you do to defend from punches? Do you give your back and try to escape from the back? If so doesn't that give way for submissions.This is something I've been wondering for a few days now and i figured i would ask.
side to side movement while mounted......... i was mounted in my fight this weekend and never got hit while mounted. work your elbows into the knees of your opponent in order to regain guard or a butterfly in order to sweep. its easier said than done for sure just remember you are gonna end up getting hit lol.

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post #13 of 17 (permalink) Old 12-23-2007, 09:40 PM
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i believe its been said before but it works, if your mounted you can either use ur knee and push ur opponent on you and control their arm and leg on the same side and bridge / or when mounted use ur elbow or arm and push their knee out and get ur knee over their knee and go into a half guard and repeat the same process on the other knee? i think thats how you do it.
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I think the best advice I ever received about being mounted is to move explosively and fast the instant you realize you're about to be mounted. It's a very very bad place to be and any amount of energy you have to expend to be out of it is justifiable. Seriously, if you're about to be mounted move with as much power as you can and with a frantic purpose. But remember, remain calm.

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pools right, the more frantic you become the more submissions you give up such as armbars, kimoras, breath and think...
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From my BJJ/Submission wrestling training and experience, the instructor taught two good ways of dealing with the mount:

1. Sweep/Roll- This is the best one to do, and is easier if the guy doesn't have good top control.
Very true! And usually, the best time to escape is the moment they get mount. DON'T let him settle in. Don't hesitate. Immediately do what Liddelianenko is suggesting. When I say immediately, I mean the second he transitions to mount.

As easy as it sounds, it's something I've had to work on intensively. It has to become an instantaneous reaction.
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And usually, the best time to escape is the moment they get mount. DON'T let him settle in. Don't hesitate. Immediately do what Liddelianenko is suggesting. When I say immediately, I mean the second he transitions to mount.

As easy as it sounds, it's something I've had to work on intensively. It has to become an instantaneous reaction.
I definitely agree. WHenever I get mounted I immediately shrimp and try to pull half guard and get an underhook.




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