It was me and 3 other newbies with 1 guy who has been training for 2-3 years. The teacher didn't show up for some reason. The guy with the experience started to teach, he looked like a mini Tank Abbott but around 200 lbs. Most of the other newbies seemed like TUF fans, meaning they didn't know any techniques because they don't watch MMA very much. After some basic stuff, passing the guard, learning armlocks, and breathing correctly, we start to roll. I pair up with my friend that told me about the class. We started on the knees and he tries to control my arm and head, so I swing around and get a his back and get a RNC. The "teacher" starts laughing and says "go 20%" Now I'm at least 30-60 pounds lighter than the other people in the class. So basically, my question is, how do I go "light" during rolling when I can get overpowered so easily? I'm sure it will be easier once I get more technique but I'll still be going against other newbies who will use their strength to power out everything.