2 Minute Technique: How to Back Take from the Turtle Position
This weeks 2-minute technique is How to Take the Back from the Turtle Position. You’ll learn step by step instructions on what to do to take your opponents back.
Step 1: Grabbing your opponents lapels, you’ll pin them to the mat to gain more control.
Step 2: You’ll tripod up, resting your head on your opponents stomach.
Step 3: Stepping forward with your right knee – knee in the middle – keeping his guard open.
Step 4: You’ll take your arms and sweep them up through your opponents legs to separate them.
Step 5: Next you’ll stack your opponent, pick a side you’re most comfortable with.
Step 6: Your opponent will roll out and end up in the Turtle position, your right knee will go to his side.
Step 7: You’ll get your seat belt grip or better yet get your Kimura Grip Control.
Step 8: You’ll bring your left knee down in order to complete the final step.
Step 9: Next and final step you’ll pull your opponent onto your lap. Make sure to get your right hook in. Fall to the side. Then you’ll search for his arm with your opposite leg. From there you’ll be able to do an attack.
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