Intro Jiu-Jitsu Day 6
Intro to BJJ White Belt Curriculum Vol 2 | Galvao • 16m
The mount is an exceptional position for control in jiu-jitsu. You can set up many submissions here, as well as maintain a dominant position over your opponent. You can’t do any of that, though, unless you know how to keep the mount! At Atos Jiu-jitsu Online Academy you will know how to use these simple strategies to stay in control in the mount position.
1- KEEPING THE MOUNT
2- KEEPING THE MOUNT WHEN OPPONENT PUSHES ON STOMACH
3- KEEPING THE MOUNT WHEN OPPONENT PUSHES KNEE
4- KEEPING THE MOUNT WHEN OPPONENT SITS UP
5- KEEPING THE MOUNT WHEN OPPONENT “UPA”
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