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    Yeah, I didn't read the first post correctly. Missed the "you posture up" part. My bad!

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    turn sideways...ingenious!

    i will try at training tonight, or better yet, try to not let it happen at all.

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    Ironically this was briefly discussed one of the days this week. The comment was along the lines of if he starts pushing and you can't heelhook or posture back down etc, turn your upper body sideways.

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    Quote Originally Posted by namaste
    turn sideways...ingenious!

    i will try at training tonight, or better yet, try to not let it happen at all.
    lol, good luck :)


    Personally I use this mount escape quite often:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ahktYM6Q4sU


    I usually like to bring my foot over first and use that extra leverage to push him off, but you definitely have to watch out for his attacks against you that way...
    Last edited by M-Tri; 9/20/2007 10:39pm at .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikey Triangles
    Personally I use this mount escape quite often
    Essentially an elevator escape but I can't imagine getting people that high and off to the side with any regularity, unless your training partners suck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikey Triangles
    lol, good luck :)


    Personally I use this mount escape quite often:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ahktYM6Q4sU


    I usually like to bring my foot over first and use that extra leverage to push him off, but you definitely have to watch out for his attacks against you that way...
    I don't know...looks like a quick way to get armbared! And besides, I never saw that stuff working...anywhere!! If the guy is still trying to establish a position it's better to do a "upa" while trapping the arm and reversing the position...and I mean, WHILE THE OTHER GUY IS TRYING TO ESTABLISH THE POSITION, not after he's fully mounted with this arms under your armpit and feet clamped under your ass.By then you're a goner!:qright7:

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    Quote Originally Posted by jnp
    1. You are a crappler if people are getting that particular mount escape on you.
    I seem to remember Anderson Silva pulling it off on Travis Lutter. I have a hard time buying any excuse for Lutter being a crappler.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UpaLumpa
    Essentially an elevator escape but I can't imagine getting people that high and off to the side with any regularity, unless your training partners suck.
    Well like I said I first bring my foot over and accross his hip for extra leverage. I thought that would make it a "leg over mount escape" lol

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    I bring my leg over because performing the techjnique the way Paulson does it in the video is almost impossible on someone halfway decent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikey Triangles
    Well like I said I first bring my foot over and accross his hip for extra leverage. I thought that would make it a "leg over mount escape" lol
    Ignoring the massive pressure that must put on your hip, that is a good way to get foot locked.
    Oh, the kick over escape movement can also be used to help you get out the back door. Actually knocking someone over with it to guard is usually attribute or crappling based.

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