JJU 3-3 to 3-4 Mounted Collar Choke Defense

JJU 3-3 to 3-4 Mounted Collar Choke Defense

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Saulo explains that you must turn towards the elbow of the attacking arm when your opponent establishes the mount and has one hand in the collar to choke you with the gi. This is a dangerous position because it is highly likely that your opponent will be able to finish a choke if you allow them to settle two collar grips. As soon as they establish one collar grip, immediately turn towards the attacking elbow to nullify the choke and buy some time to make an escape.


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 3-0 to 3-6, 7-1 Mount Survival and Mount Elbow Escape

JJU 3-0 to 3-6, 7-1 Mount Survival and Mount Elbow Escape

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Saulo explains how to survive in the mount position and how to set up the Mount knee elbow escape to recover your guard.

Upa Mount Escape with Same-Side Arm and Leg Trapped

Upa Mount Escape with Same-Side Arm and Leg Trapped

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Rodrigo Pagani teaches how to perform the upa mount escape when you have your opponent's same-side arm and leg trapped. He discusses the details in turning to create an optimal angle after you trap the arm and leg which will allow you to escape from the mount position.

Escaping Mounted Grapevine by Straightening the Leg

Escaping Mounted Grapevine by Straightening the Leg

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Xande explains how to escape the grapevine from mount where your opponent hooks both of your legs from the mount position. He explains how to straighten your leg to nullify the hook and how to position yourself to free your other leg to initiate the mount escape.

JJU 7-01 Classic Mount Elbow Escape

JJU 7-01 Classic Mount Elbow Escape

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Xande explains how to perform the classic mount elbow escape as seen in lesson 7-1 on page 60 of the JJU book. He also explains two options on how to trap your opponent's leg to initiate the escape if you are unable to lift your opponent's leg with a bridge to escape into the half guard.

Mount Escape Hack with foot on belt

Mount Escape Hack with foot on belt

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Rodrigo Pagani teaches a way to escape the mount when it seems that all hope is lost. This technique is not IBJJF legal but is still a fun way to escape the mount if your opponent is smothering you in their mount.

JJU 7-02 Technical Mount Escape

JJU 7-02 Technical Mount Escape

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This video contains lesson "7-2 Seated Mount Escape" found on page 62 of the JJU Book.

JJU 3-0 to 3-2, 3-6, 7-1 Mount Survival & Mount Elbow Escape

JJU 3-0 to 3-2, 3-6, 7-1 Mount Survival & Mount Elbow Escape

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This video contains lessons 3.0, 3.1, 3.2, 3.6, and 7.1 that teach how to survive in the mount, how to posture and use your hands to survive, and how to put together the mount elbow escape to progress to a better position.

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