Back Series Seatbelt 2.0

Back Series Seatbelt 2.0

In this online segment we break down how to take the back when passing the guard and your opponent tries to turtle.

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Back Series Seatbelt 2.0
  • BackSeries_Concepts01_1of6

    In this online segment we break down how to take the back when passing the guard and your opponent tries to turtle.

  • BackSeries_Concepts02_2of6

    When obtaining your back control you want your hips to be higher than your opponents to be able to control the hips and hooks.

  • BackSeries_Chokes_3of6

    Let's take a look at three chokes that immediately present themselves when taking back control. The short choke, modified gable grip and the rear naked choke.

  • BackSeries_Crucifix01_4of6

    If your opponent is doing a good job defending the chokes from the back, we can take one of the hands out of the mix with the crucifix.

  • BackSeries_Crucifix02_5of6

    If the opponent bridges in while in the crucifix we can setup the choke on the side they are bridging towards.

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    If the opponent is being strong with there grips we can use our knee to open a gap for our arm to go in. This arm goes behind your leg trapping the opponents arm in this modified seat belt grip.