Who is confident that they couldn't be stacked out of a triangle?
For a while now, at the casual advice of a classmate, I've been doing just that...with ok success. As a matter of fact, sometimes if I couldn't break the guard, I would feed the guy a triangle, just because I knew I could pro-actively stack and pass. Is that possibly because I've mainly been doing it against fellow white belts? I didn't even come close to doing it to this one guy last week with whom I rolled for the first time...but I don't know his details (he's not a regular). Nonetheless, it was one of the more profound, over-all, ownerships in recent memory.
I finally rolled with my teacher the other day (after a long time), and he told me not to stack. He wanted me to drag him up on my knees, frame my arms, look up (maintain posture), and wait for him to think of something else to do. I consquently tried that for the rest of the night, and it did indeed work....but I really wasn't able to be pro-active until he readjusted.
Any other preferred methods? Other than not being a dork who keeps getting caught in them?