Back Step Defense Knee Switch
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In this video I show a great defense to the Back Step. It is amazingly simple and easy to do but requires some practice and a couple of small details to make sure you don't get caught mid transition.
The most important thing about this defense is that you make sure and differentiate between the Back Step and the Reverse Sit. If you try to do this move when someone does the Reverse sit....your'e gonna have a bad time.
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