Front bear hug escape (over arms)
No-Gi Takedown Fundamentals | Andre Galvao • 4m 27s
Front Body Lock (Over Arms): The body lock or front bear hug escape incorporates the use of separation by pushing on the hips to stay at a safe distance and the power of the underhook for the O-Goshi style hip toss to take your opponent down. Always create this separating base to prevent your opponent from arching your back into a takedown of his own
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Front bear hug escape (under arms)
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