Rafael Lovato Jr. Timeless 2-on-1 Attacks 9 - Controlling and Attacking from Mount

Rafael Lovato Jr. Timeless 2-on-1 Attacks 9 - Controlling and Attacking from Mount

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Answering another question, Rafael covers the basic things he looks for while in the mount, including his body positioning, using the violent hug and playing with different lapel chokes.


Rafael Lovato Jr. Timeless 2-on-1 Attacks 8 - Hooking the Leg to Finish the Armbar

Rafael Lovato Jr. Timeless 2-on-1 Attacks 8 - Hooking the Leg to Finish the Armbar

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Now Rafael shows another option he sometimes uses to help finish the armbar if his opponent's grip on his lapel is really strong. He leans toward the leg and under hooks it to give himself leverage to keep inching his palm down his thigh until he can break the grip and secure the arm.

Rafael Lovato Jr. Timeless 2-on-1 Attacks 7 - Finishing the Armbar when Opponent Grabs His Lapel

Rafael Lovato Jr. Timeless 2-on-1 Attacks 7 - Finishing the Armbar when Opponent Grabs His Lapel

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Rafael answers a student's question about finishing an armbar when your opponent is defending by grabbing his own lapel. He first threads his arm near the head through and cups his own thigh. He walks his hand down to his hip, and with his other hand he can push the lapel or the elbow to break the grip and secure the armbar.

Dallas Niles Crucifix Series 7 - Transitioning to Mount when Opponent is Escaping

Dallas Niles Crucifix Series 7 - Transitioning to Mount when Opponent is Escaping

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Now in an effort to escape the crucifix, Dallas' opponent drops his head to the floor and looks to roll back or spin around to side control. Right away Dallas looks to step his leg that is controlling the arm over to mount his opponent. Another option from here since the arm is inside is to look for the triangle.

Xande Webinar 2 - Escaping the Mount

Xande Webinar 2 - Escaping the Mount

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Answering a question on escaping the mount, Xande begins by showing a movement from Budokon Mobility, which is a forward sweep of his foot. After his initial hip escape to get on his side, he uses the foot sweep to position himself where he can lift his hips off the mat to get his guard back.

Xande Webinar 2 - Escaping the Mount (Portuguese)

Xande Webinar 2 - Escaping the Mount (Portuguese)

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Answering a question on escaping the mount, Xande begins by showing a movement from Budokon Mobility, which is a forward sweep of his foot. After his initial hip escape to get on his side, he uses the foot sweep to position himself where he can lift his hips off the mat to get his guard back.

Inside the University 900 - Bridge Mount Escape

Inside the University 900 - Bridge Mount Escape

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To finish the class, Saulo goes over the most basic mount escape, the bridge or upa. Since it is fairly simple to shutdown the bridge escape, it is commonly used as a last resort when your opponent has his choking grips at your neck. This is the time you are more likely to roll him, as he will not be able to post with his hands at your neck.

Inside the University 899 - Escape from Technical Mount

Inside the University 899 - Escape from Technical Mount

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Often when you make your first defensive position while mounted, your opponent will switch to a technical mount. Saulo breaks down the necessary movement, and shows a mobility drill to practice in order to escape the technical mount.

Inside the University 898 - Staying Calm and Timing Your Escape

Inside the University 898 - Staying Calm and Timing Your Escape

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Saulo discusses the importance of relaxing and staying calm when your opponent has you mounted. After he is able to bring his knee under his opponent's leg, then he is ready to explode to the other side and escape the mount.

Inside the University 897 - Connecting the Movements to Escape Mount

Inside the University 897 - Connecting the Movements to Escape Mount

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Having practiced the kick the door exercise, Saulo now incorporates this movement into the mount escape, and fine tunes the bridge movement that follows. He touches on the timing and coordination of the movements to smoothly escape the mount.

Inside the University 895 - Mount Escape

Inside the University 895 - Mount Escape

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The first lesson to escape the mount is to not get caught flat on your back. This is why Saulo is already turning to his side as soon as he knows his opponent is going for the mount. He keeps his frames in place on the hip and when he has the opportunity, he crunches his body to bring his knee under the leg. Now he can bridge and begin to recover his guard.

Inside the University 872 - Momentum and Timing

Inside the University 872 - Momentum and Timing

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Now going through the position, Sensei Saulo explains and shows how important momentum and timing are to get what you want, not just in this technique, but in Jiu Jitsu as a whole.