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You see a lot of the moves in between lines because those moves usually tie in with each other. The moves area also color coded to the specific type of move whether it be takedown, submission, etc\u2026 (See legend below) There are armlocks, neck cranks, chokes, leglocks, reversal, escapes, take downs, and different positions in this document of moves.
_ Any type of arm; shoulder; keylock; muscle lock or wrist lock
_ Any type of choke
_ Any type of escape; reversal; guard passes; guard sweeps and some counters
_ Any type of leg lock
_ Any type of neck crank, face crush, and misc.
_ Moves for position
_ Any type of takedowns
1. Guard \u2013 on bottom with legs wrapped around opponent
2. Mount \u2013 on top with legs wrapped around opponent
Cross Mount \u2013 on top of opponent, but with chest on his chest facing towards his side (perpendicular), if on his right side you will have your left arm over him on is left side and your right arm on his right side blocking his legs from getting you in guard.
4. Figure 4 Key Lock Submission (mount position) \u2013 from the mount position while your opponent\u2019s right arm is up and bent on the ground. Take your right hand and grab the wrist of your opponents right arm (palm facing down) pinning his hand down to the floor, then take your left hand and go under his right bent arm and grab the wrist of your right hand (palm facing down). Than pull his bent arm towards his legs and up while lifting your left elbow up and keeping the opponents hand pinned to the ground. Remember not to just lift his arm up; you have to make sure you slide it down. Use opposite arm if the opponent\u2019s other arm is bent.
Straight Arm Kimura Lock (mount position) \u2013 while you are in the mount position and you try the first move but your opponent straightens out his right arm, first switch your hands by pinning his right hand down with your left hand palm facing down.
Then take your right hand and bring it under your opponent\u2019s right arm from the outside (top) of his arm. Have your right arm under his arm, underneath his elbow and grab the wrist of you left hand, and lift your right wrist up to lock your opponent\u2019s right elbow up.
Hug Choke (mount and cross mount) \u2013 While you have the mount position on your opponent and he has his right arm flailing around. First press your opponent\u2019s right arm across his face and get in close to your opponent with your head on the right side of your opponent and your chest pressed down on his right arm to keep him from getting his arm loose. Then take your right arm and bring it under your opponent\u2019s head behind his neck starting from his left side (if you have to lift his head with your left hand, do so). Make sure there isn\u2019t any space between your arm and his neck.
Then grab the crook of your left elbow and walk your left hand up behind your head while flexing you arm muscles and squeezing your elbows together.
To get better position jump to your left in the cross mount position while you have the choke and keep walking towards his head while applying pressure.
If starting from just the cross mount first take your left hand and bring it on the inside (the bottom) of your opponent\u2019s right arm which at the time should be tucked in and scoop his right arm up and over across your opponent\u2019s face.
Then take your left hand and hold your opponent\u2019s right hand down with your left hand and reposition your head back more to your left (on the right side of your opponent head, behind his right arm) to hold your opponent\u2019s right arm in place with your head and neck.
Make sure there isn\u2019t any space between your right arm and you opponent\u2019s neck. Than take you right hand and grab the crook of you left elbow and then crank your left forearm up and walk your left hand behind your head,
and flex you arm muscles while squeezing your elbows together. Also make sure your legs are perpendicular to your opponent and spread with a good base, so he doesn\u2019t roll you over.
7. Hug Choke Kilp Escape \u2013 while someone has you in a hug choke from the cross mount position on your right side. First make space by taking your right arm that is over you face and make a fist then grab your right fist with your left hand and push your elbow into you opponent. Then swing your legs up and grab the inside of your right thigh with your right hand and then swing your legs back down and push your body up while swinging your legs down.
\u2013 if the first escape does not work follow the same steps as the first Hug Choke Kilp Reverse Escape, but then if you can\u2019t swing him over, as you swing up as far as you can, take your legs and quickly roll them back over behind you with your legs angled out a bit to the left so you don\u2019t roll on your head. Do this right after attempting to do the first escape so it can give you the right amount of momentum.
9. Cross Mount Side Bridge Escape \u2013 while someone has you in the cross mount on your right side with his legs in, first make sure you are in the right position to protect your self by being on your right side and having your left arm under your opponent holding his right arm or have it in between your opponent\u2019s right arm and body. You should also have your right hand on the left side of his waste.
Then scoot your legs out to the left a little so you end up in the right position at the end of the move, and bridge up on your right shoulder by lifting your body up with your feet and leaning on your right shoulder.
Then take your left hand and slide it through past your opponent\u2019s waste in front of you while shooting your right legunder not over your left leg.
After that, take your right hand off of his waste and slide it under the right side of your body posting it out so your opponent can\u2019t push you back over onto your side. Then once you have your left arm shot through and your right arm post back by sliding it under the right side of your body just sit back onto your knees. You should have a decent amount of space between you and your opponent. Also, make sure you don\u2019t ever go flat on your stomach, and make sure every step is done in one fluid motion.
Cross Mount Side Roll Over Escape \u2013 while someone has you in a cross mount on your right side with his legs in and you first try to do the side bridge escape, but your opponent tries to push you back. What you want to do is first attempt the side bridge escape and as the person pushes you back.
Take your right hand that is on his waste and bring it down onto his left knee, and when your opponent pushes you back over turn with him toward your left while pushing on your opponent\u2019s left leg to roll him over you. While pushing him over push his legs towards your legs so your opponent goes over smoothly.
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