Back Mount Escape, which way to go?

In this video, we talk about options to escape the back mount. In the early option, you don’t let the opponent establish seat belt grip. Protect your neck with the “home alone” technique and escape either side. When they establish the seat belt grip, escape on the strong side (the side of the opponent’s arm over your shoulder) because is the side with less control. Trap his arm to prevent a re-mount. If they have a collar grip or a rear-naked choke, escape to the side away from the choke, the choking hand points the direction of the escape. As a bonus and latest escape, we talk about what to do if they have a hand in the collar and we are on the strong side. Please subscribe to the channel for more content. If you live in Northern Virginia and want to learn Jiu-Jitsu, we offer a 10-day free trial: www.thebasicsgjj.com

Posted on December 23, 2020

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