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    Must Learn Transitional Escape!

    If you are not using this transitional escape then you are missing a huge opportunity to not only escape but avoid more bad situations then you need to in my opinion
    In my opinion this is one of the most underutilized transitional escapes. It's just super powerful.





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    Hmmm...not sure what happened to the title. It's suppose to say:

    Must Learn Transitional Escape!

    Would a mod be able to help fix it please?

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    Title Fixed. Thanks for the videos Jason.

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    Hi Jason,

    I am having zero luck with these. I mean I sort of get out, but I always seem to loose the scramble and wind up back in a side control position. I did have some luck doing this and then turning in as opposed to trying to scoot out.

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    Should be trying to get a hook in after/ while sitting up for better control, watch Marcelo Garcias version on youtube.

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    What a coincidence! Only this morning did I see your advert online and will be watching your video BJJ Closed Guard System "Side Guard" Inside this evening! Now I know that I can thank you in person :D

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    I know this is an old thread but I was hoping for some advice with this. I use this to escape side control a lot and on most people it works. However my instructor almost always manages to somehow wrist lock me forcing me to defend (or tap!) and I'm back to square one.

    Is there something wrong with my hand positioning or is it just trying it on a 3rd degree BB that is my problem!?!

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    If your into learning BJJ by concepts his Invisible BJJ DVDs are TOP notch I would even go so far as to say are better than Stephan Kesting concept course and WAY better than Kit Dales concept DVD.
    Only complaint I have is I would like to see more just on grips and hooks in general.
    Sort of like the one Roy Harris did but more conceptual in nature.
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    –George Silver, Paradoxes of Defence

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grey Owl View Post
    I know this is an old thread but I was hoping for some advice with this. I use this to escape side control a lot and on most people it works. However my instructor almost always manages to somehow wrist lock me forcing me to defend (or tap!) and I'm back to square one.

    Is there something wrong with my hand positioning or is it just trying it on a 3rd degree BB that is my problem!?!
    Do most people put their body weight too far across your chest when they pin you with side control ?
    Falling for Judo since 1980

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    Technically, I guess I am using it to prevent side control rather than escape it. As they are attempting to get head control I go for the arm they are reaching with. Similar to what Marcelo does here (from 1.15 mark)

    Last edited by Grey Owl; 4/15/2015 4:02am at . Reason: typo

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