Dominyka Obeylenyte Series 8 - Mount Escape

Dominyka Obeylenyte Series 8 - Mount Escape

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Dominyka shows her favorite mount escape, which is especially good for people with long legs. First she bumps her opponent forward by hitting her in the butt with her knee. Then she cups both armpits and rocks her hips off the mat so she can put her feet in the armpits. Now she pushes her opponent off with her feet, and does a back roll to escape. She ends up a kind of reverse mount position, where there will be a scramble for a better position.


Xande's Defensive Series 8 - Escaping the Technical Mount

Xande's Defensive Series 8 - Escaping the Technical Mount

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Xande goes for the hip block mount escape, but now his opponent reacts by switching to the technical mount. Xande's immediate reaction is to turn away and use his elbow to block his opponent's thigh. Now he brings his leg to bump his opponent and open space for him to slide his knee underneath the leg. From here, Xande has a few options to replace the guard, depending on how his opponent reacts.

Xande's Defensive Series 7 - Grapevine Mount Escape

Xande's Defensive Series 7 - Grapevine Mount Escape

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Xande now talks about when your opponent uses the grapevine while mounting you, which happens when he drops all his weight in his hips and ties up your legs with his feet. The overall process is the same as the hip block escape, but he must address the grapevine. His first step is to bump his hips and get his frame in place on his opponent's hip. Now he can clear his legs of the grapevine by stretching one leg, bringing it around and using it to push his opponent's other hook off him. Now he can finish escaping the mount as shown before.

Xande's Defensive Series 6 - Hip Block Mount Escape

Xande's Defensive Series 6 - Hip Block Mount Escape

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Xande now begins the mount escape series with the hip block mount escape. First he makes a frame on his opponent's hip, and straightens his own leg on that same side, while turning just a bit on to his hip. Now he bumps with his hips and slides his leg underneath to trap his opponent's leg. Then he can turn back into his opponent and work to replace the guard.

Breno Sivak Basics Series 7 - Mount Defense and Escape

Breno Sivak Basics Series 7 - Mount Defense and Escape

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Breno shows some basic concepts to protect yourself while mounted and how to use your hips to defend against attacks. He emphasizes the importance of not allowing your opponent to have a grip and shows how to execute a proper upa mount escape.

Inside The University 198 - Upa Mount Escape

Inside The University 198 - Upa Mount Escape

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Xande goes over the basic upa mount escape, and focuses on some details that many Jiu-Jitsu practitioners sometimes forget.

Vini Aieta Basics Series 13 - Hip Bump Mount Escape in a Self Defense Situation

Vini Aieta Basics Series 13 - Hip Bump Mount Escape in a Self Defense Situation

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Vini teaches how to protect yourself from punches when mounted in a self defense situation, and then roll to the top position using the hip bump technique.

Vini Aieta Basics Series 2 - Hip Bump Mount Escape with One Arm Trapped

Vini Aieta Basics Series 2 - Hip Bump Mount Escape with One Arm Trapped

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Vini begins the series with an essential mount escape by using a series of two hip bumps and one trapped arm to roll your opponent off the mount. It is often overlooked that a hip bump escape should first be initiated with an initial bump upwards to compromise your opponent's base before making a lateral movement to finish the escape.

Inside the University 149 Part 4 - Knee Elbow Mount Escape against Technical Mount

Inside the University 149 Part 4 - Knee Elbow Mount Escape against Technical Mount

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Xande covers the details on how to escape the technical mount using the knee elbow escape.

Inside the University 149 Part 3 - Traditional Knee Elbow Mount Escape against Grapevine Mount

Inside the University 149 Part 3 - Traditional Knee Elbow Mount Escape against Grapevine Mount

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Xande covers the details on how to escape to a position to use the knee elbow mount escape when your opponent has you in the grapevine mount.

Inside the University 149 Part 2 - Traditional Knee Elbow Mount Escape and Technical Mount Escape

Inside the University 149 Part 2 - Traditional Knee Elbow Mount Escape and Technical Mount Escape

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Xande continues his lesson on using a frame to complete the knee elbow escape in every mount variation.

Inside the Universiry 149 Part 1 - Traditional Knee Elbow Mount Escape, Grapevine Escape, and Technical Mount Escape

Inside the Universiry 149 Part 1 - Traditional Knee Elbow Mount Escape, Grapevine Escape, and Technical Mount Escape

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Xande covers the details on how to escape three different mount variations using the frame principles and the traditional knee elbow escape.

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