Inside the University 943 - Hook Sweep when Opponent Backs Away from Your Classic Guard

Inside the University 943 - Hook Sweep when Opponent Backs Away from Your Classic Guard

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Saulo begins this lesson by setting up his collar and sleeve classic guard. In the first variation, his opponent backs away from him, and Saulo sits up to plant both feet on the mat with his elbow inside his knee. Now he can pull his opponent in and roll to the side on his shoulder to get the hook sweep.

Inside the University 942 - Keeping Your Hand in the Pocket

Inside the University 942 - Keeping Your Hand in the Pocket

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Saulo breaks down some micro details on keeping your arm diagonal by placing your hand in your pocket. This is an important step as it allows you the leverage to block and recover.

Inside the University 941 - Frustrating the Predator

Inside the University 941 - Frustrating the Predator

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Saulo gives some important words of wisdom about staying calm, blocking the mount and frustrating your opponent while he is on the attack. By keeping your defense strong and not giving him the opportunity to advance, he is bound to get frustrated and make a mistake, which gives you a chance to capitalize.

Inside the University 940 - Creating Separation to Gain Leverage

Inside the University 940 - Creating Separation to Gain Leverage

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Saulo goes over the finer points of creating separation by extending your body away from your opponent, or becoming elegant. This space gives him the leverage he needs to explode his knee up to escape. Also, it is very important he breathes as he moves. If he holds his breath, it will hinder his movement and make him tense.

Inside the University 939 - Solo Drill to Escape Mount and Recover Guard

Inside the University 939 - Solo Drill to Escape Mount and Recover Guard

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Now Saulo goes over a drill to do on your own that covers the entire movement of escaping the mount and recovering your guard. This drill puts all the movements together, and you should make a point to focus on doing a proper block at the beginning, as it is the key to the entire escape.

Inside the University 938 - Freeing Your Knee and Escaping Your Hips

Inside the University 938 - Freeing Your Knee and Escaping Your Hips

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Saulo goes over the finer points of escaping mount after you have successfully blocked the hips. He first extends his body away and then explosively brings his knee to his body to free it. Now he can escape the hips, rolling from shoulder to shoulder to change direction and recover guard.

Inside the University 937 - Keeping Your Elbows Attached to Your Body

Inside the University 937 - Keeping Your Elbows Attached to Your Body

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Now Saulo shows the importance of keeping your elbows tucked in and attached to your body when mounted. If your elbows are away, it's easy for your opponent to wrap them up for better leverage and attacks. He also stresses to move with your torso, not your arms.

Inside the University 936 - Blocking the Mount

Inside the University 936 - Blocking the Mount

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Using the exact same movement as the solo drill, Saulo shows how to block the mount in a real situation. The key here is to react immediately when your opponent goes to take mount. If you wait until he has mounted you already, you are too late.

Inside the University 935 - Solo Drill to Block the Mount

Inside the University 935 - Solo Drill to Block the Mount

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In this class Saulo focuses on not just escaping, but defending the mount. The key is to block the mount as soon as you feel your opponent going for it. A simple drill to practice is falling to your side, bringing your top hand across to the pocket, keeping your elbows tucked to your body. Make sure to breathe to help your mobility.

Inside the University 923 - Faking the Leg Sweep

Inside the University 923 - Faking the Leg Sweep

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Polishing up some details on the O Goshi hip throw, Professor Tyrone emphasizes the importance of selling to your opponent that you want to sweep his leg, when you actually want to close the distance and throw him over your hip.

Inside the University 922 - O Goshi (Hip Throw) Takedown

Inside the University 922 - O Goshi (Hip Throw) Takedown

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Beginning with the classic stand up fight grips, Professor Tyrone lets go of the collar and reaches behind the back to grab his opponent's belt. His opponent will likely react by leaning forward to keep his hips back. Tyrone looks to sweep his opponent's leg to force him to step it back, opening up the space for Tyrone to turn in and toss his opponent over his hips.

Inside the University 921 - Seoi Nage Takedown

Inside the University 921 - Seoi Nage Takedown

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Having set up his lapel grip, Professor Tyrone uses it to shove his opponent away and down, causing his opponent to push back to try to regain his posture. As his opponent is coming back up, Tyrone grabs the lapel with his other hand and spins in to the Seoi Nage position, where he can lower his hips and throw his opponent over his shoulder.