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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In this video I show another great way to escape the Knee on Belly position.
If you have ever been stuck under a skilled person that likes to play KOB then you understand the importance of escapin watch video >>
The Hip Hump is a great way to escape the Knee On Belly position. The KOB can be a nightmare and really drain your energy, especially in the later minutes of the round. This escape is great because watch video >>
In this video I show another very important drill that emphasizes the transitions from Knee On Belly to Knee On Belly and then from Knee On Belly to Mount.
These transitions are very important a watch video >>
In this video I show a submission from the Knee On Belly position. I have heard this called a couple of different names and always referred to it as a reverse grip Baseball Choke. I'm sure that it watch video >>
In this video I show a very common escape from the armbar position, the L- Grip Escape. There are a couple of points that you really need to make sure to do well or you will not be able to escape ef watch video >>
in this video I show the most basic defense for the Omoplata. There are a number of really great defenses but this one can be really nice when used correctly. Keep in mind that you are giving up yo watch video >>
In this video I show a very powerful choke from the Knee On Belly position.
I have seen this technique used many times and I have seen a couple of instructionals detailing how to do it but there watch video >>
In this video I show a great defense to the Back Step. It is amazingly simple and easy to do but requires some practice and a couple of small details to make sure you don't get caught mid transition watch video >>
In this video I show a great 2nd option for when your foot ends up on the wrong side of the bicep in the armbar position. This can be really frustrating as it can be difficult to continue maintainin watch video >>
2 POINTS MUST HOLD POSITION FOR 3 SECONDS. BASE LEG KNEE MUST BE OFF THE GROUND FACING THE HEAD. watch video >>