JJU 9-0 Knee on Belly Running Escape

JJU 9-0 Knee on Belly Running Escape

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Saulo teaches the knee on belly running escape. He explains that traditional knee on belly escapes allow your opponent to hunt for submissions and transition back into side control easily. The knee on belly running escape allows you to turn away from your opponent nullifying submissions attempts, preventing your opponent from returning to side control, and providing a path to escape to a neutral position.

JJU 8-04 to 8-06 Escaping Kesa Gatame, Reverse Kesa Gatame, and Wrestler's Pin

JJU 8-04 to 8-06 Escaping Kesa Gatame, Reverse Kesa Gatame, and Wrestler's Pin

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Saulo teaches how to escape three variations of side control when your opponent pivots to his side to control you in the kesa gatame (also known as the scarf hold), reverse kesa gatame, and the wrestler's pin where your opponent controls you with the farside underhook.

JJU 8-03 Side Control Running Escape

JJU 8-03 Side Control Running Escape

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Saulo explains that it may not always be possible to escape using the traditional side control escape if your opponent is using his hands to block off one side with a same-side crossface and hipblock. In this situation, the running escape may be the key to escaping side control to a neutral position.

JJU 8-02 Side Control Escape to All Fours

JJU 8-02 Side Control Escape to All Fours

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The side control escape to guard and escape to all fours are a combination that go well together. If your opponent prevents you from recovering the guard, transition to the knees instead to continue your escape to a neutral position.

JJU 8-01 Side Control Escape to Guard Recovery

JJU 8-01 Side Control Escape to Guard Recovery

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Saulo teaches how to escape the side control position and recover guard to bring yourself back to a neutral position.

JJU 8-0 Side Control Escape Drills

JJU 8-0 Side Control Escape Drills

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Saulo teaches two important drills that are key to master in order to escape from side control. Practice these drills often to absorb them into muscle memory.

JJU 7-02 Technical Mount Escape

JJU 7-02 Technical Mount Escape

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Saulo explains how escape the technical mount. Your opponent may often switch from mount to the technical mount to nullify your knee elbow escape so it's important to know how to change angles and continue with the technical mount escape.

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 22-03 Situp Reverse Roll Sweep

JJU 22-03 Situp Reverse Roll Sweep

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Xande explains how to sweep your opponent with the reverse roll sweep from the situp guard. This sweep is good for use in combination with the classic situp sweep to keep your opponent guessing. If they resist your sweep attempt in one direction, counter their actions by going the other way to achieve the sweep.

JJU 22-0 to 22-2 Situp Guard Control and Classic Sweep

JJU 22-0 to 22-2 Situp Guard Control and Classic Sweep

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Xande explains how to control your opponent in the sit up guard and how to perform the classic situp guard sweep.