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Get more exclusive video - Subscribe to The Tristar Gym email list and receive free Give Aways plus more videos- http://www.mylanderpages.com/firaszahabi/TristarGymTraining In Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, whenever you find yourself on the bottom you better have a go to escape or things can start becoming very difficult fast. In this video we learn how to not only avoid the Kimura hold but also where to put you warm so your opponent cannot capture you in this dangerous hold. Lastly we will see how to use our under hook to get to our side without being counter by the whizzer, darce, guillotine and other common attacks from this position. Hope you enjoy please be sure to like. thank you
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