JJU 6-04 Escaping All Fours Position

JJU 6-04 Escaping All Fours Position

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Saulo explains how to escape the all fours position where you your opponent has your back with both hooks in when you are on your hands and knees. He shows how to roll to the back survival posture to begin making your escape.

JJU 6-03 Escaping Double Underhook Back Control

JJU 6-03 Escaping Double Underhook Back Control

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Saulo explains how to escape when your opponent has your back with double underhook control.

JJU 6-02 Body Lock from Back Escape

JJU 6-02 Body Lock from Back Escape

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Saulo explains how to escape when your opponent has you in the body lock or elbow lock from your back.

JJU 2-0 to 2-5 and 6-4 Surviving and Escaping All Fours Position

JJU 2-0 to 2-5 and 6-4 Surviving and Escaping All Fours Position

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Saulo explains the basic survival posture in the All Fours position when your opponent has your back with both hooks in. He explains how to use your hands and how to roll over to your back to begin positioning yourself for an escape.

JJU 1-0 to 1-3, 6-0, 6-1 Back Survival and The Scoop Escape

JJU 1-0 to 1-3, 6-0, 6-1 Back Survival and The Scoop Escape

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Saulo explains how to position yourself to survive the back, common mistakes from the back position, how to hand fight in the position, and how to set up the basic scoop escape to get your opponent off your back.

JJU 1-1, 1-2, and 6-0 The Scoop Back Escape

JJU 1-1, 1-2, and 6-0 The Scoop Back Escape

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Rodrigo Pagani teaches how to hand fight when your opponent has taken your back and initiate the scoop position to escape to a better position. Small details such as the placement of your elbows in your opponent's knee pit before kicking your leg can make a big difference on whether the escape is successful.

JJU 1-4 and 6-5 Surviving and Escaping Seatbelt Back Control by Falling to Positive Side

JJU 1-4 and 6-5 Surviving and Escaping Seatbelt Back Control by Falling to Positive Side

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This lesson was not in the JJU book but is an addition to the JJU video series. Rodrigo Pagani teaches how to survive and escape when your opponent has your back with the seatbelt grip. It is very important to note that we must always fall to the positive side (the side that your opponent has an underhook from the back) to initiate this escape as falling to the negative side will provide your opponent with more opportunities to control you and find submissions.

JJU 1-0 to 1-3, 6-0, 6-1, 6-4 Back Survival & Scoop and Escape

JJU 1-0 to 1-3, 6-0, 6-1, 6-4 Back Survival & Scoop and Escape

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This video contains lessons 1.0, 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 6.0, 6.1, and 6.4. The topic of these videos include how to survive when your opponent has taken your back, how to posture and position in these situations, and how to escape the back using the scoop.

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