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  1. rtzcom

    rtzcom bon wons! fight slepa for life sone!~

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    So masters of the mat, how do you deal with guys who just love to grab both your hands with a vise like grip and controlling you like a fucking puppet...while he's mounted you?
     
  2. Hillary

    Hillary fukc yaeh. ew waitled long enough. nujgses of hill

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    Elbows in. He's gonna have to let go of one eventually. When he does, move and move fucking fast.
     
  3. .Tim

    .Tim New Member

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    I suck at break grips right now but the swim move works the best for me.
     
  4. 2ofdem

    2ofdem OT Supporter

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    Grab their wrists first.
     
  5. rtzcom

    rtzcom bon wons! fight slepa for life sone!~

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    Rolled with some beast of a kid who just wanted to power his way into submissions.

    So if I can't break grips, I do elbows in and wait for him to let go?
     
  6. Hillary

    Hillary fukc yaeh. ew waitled long enough. nujgses of hill

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    Usually what I have to do with big guys. If they catch you (which try not to let them), wait for them to give you the space. With your technique right now you're not gonna keep a big guy running. When they give you an inch, take a mile, and never stop moving. Don't let them get you caught resting.
     
  7. rtzcom

    rtzcom bon wons! fight slepa for life sone!~

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    ^ noted, thanks hillwill
     
  8. Hoodoo

    Hoodoo Well-Known Member

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    Why not avoid it completely. I'm sure you all do things differently but we've got it drilled into our heads to get your hands into your collar and get to your side, then work escapes when mounted.
     
  9. chechen

    chechen Brazilian Jiu Jitsu OT Supporter

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    theres no submissions from there.. they have to let go of a wrist eventually.
     
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    Tickle their grundle vigorously.
     
  11. rtzcom

    rtzcom bon wons! fight slepa for life sone!~

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    Rolled no gi

    I'm keeping this in mind

    Didn't want the guy to do it back at me....I didn't have a cup on :noes:
     
  12. Hoodoo

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    bridge. . . he'll need a hand to base. and keep your elbows in and to the floor.
     
  14. rtzcom

    rtzcom bon wons! fight slepa for life sone!~

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    Bridge to one side just to throw his base off right?
     
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    hrmm, i wouldnt go to the side.
     
  16. Savage5point0

    Savage5point0 Im an asshole.

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    If youre getting mounted and both wrists pinned to the mat like youre some prom night rape victim im pretty sure something went wrong a few steps earlier. Might be one of those problems you should solve by not getting there. Most likely you should be working your mount escapes earlier.
     
  17. Maestro Nobones

    Maestro Nobones Great Job! - GLAD DADS CREW

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    if they pin my arms to the mat 3rd grade recess style I slide my wrists along the mat to my hips as I bump and roll. but nobody does that to me because thats lame lol
     

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