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Upper body/lower body combinations. Here, you see me start on the underhook side with a top side body triangle. I attempt to use a hand assist to unravel the triangle but it proves difficult. I decide to convert to the overhook side instead to start working from overhook side with a top side triangle (he switched the triangle). Once switching sides, I use a combination of upper and lower body escaping (elbow cuts and hand assists) to both unravel the triangle and wedge my elbow between myself and him, effectively escaping the back and forcing mount. @flograppling
Ashi waza/te waza combinations. Here with my boy @phillyfreshufc, we see an initial double kouchi that initially gets a backwards reaction and forces a staggered stance. Once the lead leg is exposed it’s easy to then catch it with an outside ankle pick. The outside ankle pick (in our sport due to the lack of shoes) is most effective when converted to a 2 on 1 to avoid kick outs. Once a 2 on 1 is established is is a pretty easy thing to follow your partner up into take downs or pull them back into ashi garami (2017 adcc vs cyborg). Which one you choose will be contingent upon whether they run away or push back into you. @flograppling @komainuapparel
Double kouchi- it’s only possible when you 1st get your opponents weight moving from the toes to the heels. At any point in a match you must be able to tell where your opponents weight is. If when In the Seated vs standing position it is leaning forward on to the toes, pull them forward on to you. If their weight is leaning back on to the heels, push them backwards. Here, you see this clear dynamic. I utilize pulling grips on the upper body to elicit a pull back reaction. If my opponent didn’t pull away it would have been easy to pull him into ashi garami. Since he did pull away it was an easy thing to get his weight moving backwards with double kouchi and follow up into a double leg.
Shelfing vs pinning- in general, when you shelf an arm from side control you will be moving towards mount, and when you pin an arm you will generally be moving towards various submissions. An easy dilemma game to play is one where you threaten a pin and a shelf simultaneously until you have a break through, achieving one or the other and advance through positional hierarchy or finish with a submission.
BJJ breakdown of the no gi exhibition match between Gordon Ryan and Philip Rowe, where Gordon Ryan executed a perfectly timed head & arm guillotine choke escape.
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