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In this video I show a way to turn someone over when they are in the Turtle position. Being a large grappler I sometimes run into people that like to stall in Turtle. Being able to institute movement, create openings and advance my position is very important, but can be difficult. Especially when your opponent is large and heavy. This move can be a really great way to turn them over and do all of those things. It's important that your opponent be more or less stationary, or you can really stretch them out with that head and arm grip. Either way, you need a tight control over the upper body before doing this move. It's a simple and easy transition that can lead to a top position. The ending position is going to differ depending on what your opponent does when they get turned over. Best case scenario you end in mount, worst case you end in a version of guard. Make sure to watch my technique video for "Break Dance" as it is a great transition when your opponent tries to g
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