Side Control Transition Hip Bind
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In this video I show one of my best mounting techniques, the Hip Bind. I really like this technique because it's simple, powerful, effective and takes place from that Reverse Sit position with my chest facing their legs.
The important thing in setting up this move is spacing. The starting position is with your ribs on, or close to, your opponent's hips. You should rep this out a few times to get the feel of the spacing so that you can build power with your bridge.
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