Mount Control and Attacks

Mount Control and Attacks

Before we learn to transition out of mount, we need to learn how to control the position. We want to be "hip heavy" and when your opponent begins to frame and move, you want to dig the foot in and pinch that hip.

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Mount Control and Attacks
  • MountToBackSeries_1of6

    Before we learn to transition out of mount, we need to learn how to control the position. We want to be "hip heavy" and when your opponent begins to frame and move, you want to dig the foot in and pinch that hip.

  • MountToBackSeries_2of6

    When in mount, maintain the position by restricting your opponents hip movement. Position over submission!

  • MountToBackSeries_3of6

    When in mount, we work on the finer points of controlling the hips.
    Hip smash, kickstand, control grips...

  • MountToBackSeries_4of6

    When you are in mount and your opponent is able to get to their side, this is an ideal time to gift wrap or transfer to the back.

  • MountToBackSeries_5of6

    Online, on the mats or on the street, we must learn to maintain control and respond appropriately to our opponents actions.

  • MountToBackSeries_6of6

    Here we look at the finer points of the cross collar choke from mount...create the pressure, control the elbow and kickstand.