Thursday, February 24, 2011

Outside of Hip Escape

And bridge, and rolling to knees, and reverse hip escape, and shrimping, and hip escaping both sides with same leg, there is also the shoulder slide, but most recently I have also discovered the back slide. It's all little in between moves that make your escapes that much better. It's something good guys do naturally but don't always know to teach it. It's when you are on the bottom of cross slide, you bridge, but they are too heavy on you, and you can't work a strong underhook, nor get to your side, so instead bridge and slide yourself towards your heels. This makes him more shallow on you, now your underhook is stronger, and it should be easier to get to your knees or hip escape.

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