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    Hi Chad, This technique works best if you...

    Hi Chad,

    This technique works best if you have good/great hip flexibility but it's my bread and butter mount escape. It's worked so often that many people prefer not to mount me (which is sad,...
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    Game Over isn't a submission, it's a position...

    Game Over isn't a submission, it's a position that has several position possibilities: steering wheel heel hook, toe hold, ankle lock, CSW, heel hook...and a few more.
  3. The second option Mike Nall suggests is great...

    The second option Mike Nall suggests is great long term strategy to develop although I like to think of his option two and the first part of option one as going together. Try the 2-on-1 game and if...
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    If you talking about when you are already setting...

    If you talking about when you are already setting up the twister with baseball bat control, then what Phil said is correct although I use the term “lotus” to describe the position of the legs.

    If...
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    The advantages of grip far outweigh the...

    The advantages of grip far outweigh the disadvantages listed above. It's rare that I'm not in gi pants and I don't really have a hard time getting out of trucks or leg attacks. If they grab my pants,...
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    BMac, you are crazy, but that doesn't mean you...

    BMac, you are crazy, but that doesn't mean you are wrong. However, I don't know if the videos in question are on those DVDs or not.
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    Denny Prokopos used to do katas to practice his...

    Denny Prokopos used to do katas to practice his moves when he was still in high school and didn't have training partners near him. But as far as I know, there are no kata videos.
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    That's called a wicked triangle. You should...

    That's called a wicked triangle. You should pummel your leg inside their thigh to disrupt their base.
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    Body Triangle Escape

    This is an easy way to break open a body triangle. Keep in mind that you are still in danger but removing the body triangle is the first step to getting out. I spin into guard in this video but this...
  10. I think the Terra sweep from Z Guard would have...

    I think the Terra sweep from Z Guard would have been useful in the final match, and I think the Jaberrywocky Ankle Lock I showed at the Shanghai seminar would have been a good option to look for when...
  11. To the best of my knowledge, the electric chair...

    To the best of my knowledge, the electric chair is in a grey zone for IBJJF tournaments. It's a technique that can be interpreted several ways, and it's up to the ref. I've never been offered any...
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    Nice! Glad to know I helped AND that you are...

    Nice! Glad to know I helped AND that you are using the Old School Sweep - that sweep is underutilized in my opinion.
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    If the top player leaves their head up, you can...

    If the top player leaves their head up, you can catch their head with an s-grip and sweep down to the side they are sitting on. If they react early, they won't get swept but they will have to turn...
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    Yes for the first part but no regarding your...

    Yes for the first part but no regarding your right hand on the hip. You are pushing your opponent's chest to the side and off of your chest so that you can roll to your hip. I leave my right hand in...
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    Instead of placing your hands on your opponent's...

    Instead of placing your hands on your opponent's hips when you try to whip, try tomahwaking one arm towards their armpit as you move to your hips. If you want to roll to your right up, tomahawk your...
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    https://instagram.com/p/BWYlEUUjzXQ/ Enjoy!

    https://instagram.com/p/BWYlEUUjzXQ/

    Enjoy!
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    I'll tape the variation I use tomorrow for you.

    I'll tape the variation I use tomorrow for you.
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    I think our lockdown game goes down two main...

    I think our lockdown game goes down two main paths, the electric chair and dogfight paths. People tend to overlook the dogfight options. As a coach, I see people so intent on landing an electric...
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    I always consider who is in my class that day...

    I always consider who is in my class that day before finalizing the lesson plan for that day. If I have a lot of people who have been with me for a while, I can move faster by pairing them up with...
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    Warrior: Thor Moon: Bethlehem

    Warrior: Thor
    Moon: Bethlehem
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    Eric Ramey, a black belt who teaches the leg lock...

    Eric Ramey, a black belt who teaches the leg lock class at Headquarters, loves Maia's passing system.
  22. In addition to the many solid suggestions that...

    In addition to the many solid suggestions that you have already been given, let's not forget the Super Stomp. That's the technique to use when your half-guard game fails. Sometimes your game gets...
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    Glad to hear that you are still at it Julian....

    Glad to hear that you are still at it Julian. Your mount escapes are still the stuff of legend at HQ.
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    It is just a different option, but an option that...

    It is just a different option, but an option that is pretty strong. If you are in DOA and both of your feet are on your opponent's hip, you can generate a lot of force to finish the ankle lock by...
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    That's a common experience. You typically only...

    That's a common experience. You typically only remember one-third of your moves when you first start competing. That one-third represents the moves that you really know. The other moves, you don't...
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