Side Control Escape Recompose Guard.mov
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A basic escape/transition from Side Control into Guard (Half or Full).
Remember to only attempt this move when your opponent does NOT have the hand next to your hip. This works really well with the people that control over your body, under your shoulder and drive their shoulder into your face. This is a very common (and uncomfortable) position.
When this happens try to make as much space as possible with your hips. Your opponents shoulder in the face can make getting a lot of space diffic
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