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    Your Go To Move from North/South Position

    Hi 10P Family and Friends,
    I've been finding that even if I pass someone's guard in my class, a lot of guys have the power to just push off my body with their arms as I slide past their guard and eventually regain 1/2 or full guard. I've found that transitioning to N/S position lets me get past that "push you away" point. Once I'm in N/S though, I'm pretty much just looking to get side control on the other side of where I originally past the guard just by stepping around. So I guess my go to move from N/S is just to transition into side control.

    What's your go to transition/setup/submission from N/S position?

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    North/South Choke is one of my high percentage "go to" moves. I have a flow series thats a N/S choke, D'arce, Marcelotine, Armcoil Combo. There's also a Reverse Scarf step over americana thats real nasty from there as well. Ben one of my purples hits dudes with it all the time.
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    So many options. I'm with Coach. Learn a good n/s choke and attack his defense if you can't secure the choke, but having a solid n/s changes the position completely.

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    North South choke and D'arce. Don't have a lot of luck with the Kimura though I have been trying to rep it more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Enrique "Kiko" View Post
    Hi 10P Family and Friends,
    I've found that transitioning to N/S position lets me get past that "push you away" point.

    Getting to n/s alone improved my passing game tremendously. That's a huge key. From there, I try to utilize what belly fat I have to feel the openings of his elbows, working kimuras/armbars. But as mentioned above, a n/s south choke can be highly effective and can chain together a lot of other attacks, if for no other reason being that he has to defend it, possibly opening more arm attack options. My main defense from the bottom would be to frame your hips and pendulum my body away into half guard, or to do what's in the warm-ups and backward somersault into guard. A good pimp hand never hurt anyone. But these are all dependent on holes in their top-control. If my chest isn't pinned securely and I have mobility, then there can be some movement. So start w/ control first, then feel out your options.

    Now if we're talking GI attacks, completely different story
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    Something one of my black belt professors says constantly is that 'if the guy on the bottom did everything right, and the guy on top did everything right, the guy on top should win 100% of the time'
    Rigan Machado: In Brazil, we have three masters; Helio Gracie, Carlos Gracie, and Renato Laranja.
    Renato Laranja: You know if I had a nickel for every time I heard that...gonna be a hich man.

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    Get to be laser quick with the north south choke and it's an awesome weapon to have in your arsenal

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    I've been marcelotined many of times from that series coach. Could that be a weekend in the Roc episode showing your flow series from a N/S choke into a D'arce, Marcelotine, Armcoil Combo?

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    Would love to see the North/South series, especially the stepover americana. I think I found Chris doing an armcoil ??

    http://youtu.be/u96-o63oVaA

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nate Jones View Post
    I've been marcelotined many of times from that series coach. Could that be a weekend in the Roc episode showing your flow series from a N/S choke into a D'arce, Marcelotine, Armcoil Combo?
    lol "Weekend in the Roc"
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