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This video talks about controlling from the Knee On Belly Position (KOB). This is a great position and awards two points if you are able to maintain the position in competition but this move is really most effective when used in a real confrontation. While doing security I used both Knee On Belly and Knee On Back a lot. Both of these positions allow you the a lot of control over your opponent while still giving you the ability to be mobile. The KOB position is a diverse position and the
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