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In this video I show my number 1 Side Control escape. The more that I use this, the more that I like it. The hand positioning, hip movement and pressure with your arms is VERY important and if you miss one of these pieces this move can fall apart. There is a very real danger as you learn this move of being Arm Triangled. As you get better with this move, that threat almost completely disappears. Your hand grip on the bicep of the crossfacing arm helps relieve a lot of pressure and allows you a chance to get some body angle. Make sure to watch the video to see exactly how I trap that arm. Once you have controlled that bicep and bought yourself a little wiggle room you will reach up and over the back. The hand will grab the belt and your elbow will be tight against the base of the neck/head and in line with the spine. The placement of this hand is VERY important. If you have this spacing incorrect one of two very bad things are going to happen to you. Either you'll get A
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