Back Mount Escape

Back Mount Escape

In this online series of Back Mount Escape we break down the choking side vs. the non-choking side. First we focus on managing the grips and wrist control.

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Back Mount Escape
  • BackEscapes_1of4_Grips

    In this online series of Back Mount Escape we break down the choking side vs. the non-choking side. First we focus on managing the grips and wrist control.

  • BackEscape_2of4_Seatbelt

    If your opponent has back mount and gets their "seat belt" control locked in you are still finding your grips and controlling the wrist. As you fall to your non-choking side, you are working to clear your shoulder.

  • BackEscape_3of4_ Chokingside

    Here we look at back mount escape from the choking side. When you get head pressure into the mat it will inhibit your opponent from pulling through on the choke which will create the window for you to get your grips.

  • BackEscape_4of4_LegHooks

    In this segment of back mount escape we focus on dealing with the hooks...Basic hooks, mount transition and leg trap.