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A basic side control escape that focuses on the fundamentals (body angle, hand placement and hip movement). I personally believe that there is no better place for the hand then in the underhook position. If you place that hand at the front of the armpit it eliminates many of your opponents submission options and can set you down the path of success. Keep in mind that it is important to move your hips away from your opponent while trying to get your head inside the arm that is cross facing you
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