Trap Roll/Elbow Knee Escape

Trap Roll/Elbow Knee Escape

This online series focuses on No Gi principles. When escaping the mount in No Gi we first want to focus on hips and grips.

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Trap Roll/Elbow Knee Escape
  • TrapRoll/ElbowKnee_Escape_1of6

    This online series focuses on No Gi principles. When escaping the mount in No Gi we first want to focus on hips and grips.

  • TrapRoll/ElbowKnee_Escape_2of6

    Here we focus on trapping the leg, framing the hip and controlling the arm when you are under mount. The grips may differ from Gi to No Gi but the frames remain the same.

  • TrapRoll/ElbowKnee_Escape_3of6

    Once we have established our frames and hip control in bottom mount we can begin to identify how our opponent is transitioning and look to interrupt those movements. This will set up our timing for elbow knee escape or trap roll.

  • TrapRoll/ElbowKnee_Escape_4of6

    To trap roll escape or elbow knee escape?..that is the question.

  • TrapRoll/ElbowKnee_Escape_5of6

  • TrapRoll/ElbowKnee_Escape_6of6

    Here we focus on the elbow knee escape. As your opponent begins to swim inside it provides you the opportunity to control the wrist and pin it to the hip. From here we have the opportunity to trap roll escape if your opponent stays heavy in this position or elbow knee escape as your opponent tri...