Moves Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Pins and Control Positions
Being on the bottom in a fight is never a favourable situation. Unfortunately due to circumstance or skill level, it is not always in your control. But if you are on the bottom this is the place you want to be. The guard involves controlling your opponent with your legs in a variety of ways, either by wrapping your legs around their waist or by placing your feet on your opponent
This allows you to effectively protect yourself from strikes and submission holds, while providing you with the means to reverse positions, strike, or transition into a variety of submission holds.
Side control is a top control position that involves controlling your opponents upper body with your upper body, while your legs are free and clear of their legs. Side control provides you the means to strike, apply submission holds while providing the opportunity to systematically transition into a better position.
The mount involves controlling your opponent primarily with your legs. By placing one knee on the ground on either side of their chest, this allows you to sit up and strike your opponent while maintaining control with your lower body. The mount is an excellent position to apply different submission holds
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