Thread: Escape from ground and pound
3/16/2011 1:18pm, #21
The best answer to your question is learn how to grapple good enough so your opponent doesn't get on top of you like that. It's like all those how do I escape from a ..... submission questions. Simple, don't let him do it in the first place.
Learn your positional control, framing, bridging, t-rexx and shrimping. If you get good at staying out of bad places you don't have to escape
3/16/2011 1:24pm, #22
3/16/2011 1:28pm, #23
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3/16/2011 1:30pm, #24
Hey! I was play nice with the noob.
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3/16/2011 1:38pm, #25
...The first thing Phil teaches is how to do a tactical standup safely while someone's trying to wail on you in your open guard. Just. Keep doing the BJJ there. You're privileged to train with a lot of experienced MMA and grappling competitors. Whatever they have you doing, keep fucking doing it.
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3/16/2011 1:39pm, #26
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Grab one of his hands and put him in a Triangle. Works every time. But if the guy's GNP'n you from mount, then you just cover up and hope for the best. Or you can try to reverse him so you're on top.
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