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In this video I go over some of the basic controlling concepts of back control and then cover the way that I do the Rear Naked Choke (RNC).
When controlling the back I like to keep a pocket (in the seated position). This leaves my hips mobile and gives some resistance against my opponent flattening me out (which is a common defense from the back).
I opt to control double under grips to start off. This is not necessarily a better control than the seatbelt grip but I believe that for many begi
In this video I show a basic escape from the back called the Monkey Grip. As you can notice from the video the grip is not symmetrical. This is the first video in the two part series where it show watch video >>
In this video I show a very simple way to finish from the back. This is the Basic Lapel Choke from the back or the Clock Choke from the back. When performing this technique it is important to reme watch video >>
In this video I show a simple yet effective way to escape the back control.
This escape works well when used in conjunction with your other back escapes. When used alone it can become very easy t watch video >>
In this video I show a very powerful choke the Bow and Arrow choke. This is one of those submissions that has many entries, is highly effective and used in high level competition.
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In this video I show a common submission from the back the Short Choke. This is a great option for when your opponent is tough to finish and you're having problems feeding the second hand in for the watch video >>
In this video I show how to defend the Bow and Arrow Choke. This can be a rough place to get caught in and if you dont know how to defend it may lead to some unnecessary taps.
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In this video I show how to dominate your opponent from the back position and then finish with an armbar. There are many ways to successfully armbar your opponent from the back. In this video I sho watch video >>
In this video I show a basic Butterfly Guard Pass called Control The Ankle and Flatten Out. I learned this when I was a white belt and I still use the concepts a lot in my passing game. The idea of watch video >>
In this video I show a way to escape the back position by keeping both arms tight and scooting away (or a version of a reverse shrimp). The first, and most important thing about this move, is that y watch video >>