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Slick Back Take From A Hip Bump Attempt - Jason Scully

Discussion in 'Grappling Technique' started by jaysculls, Jan 8, 2015.

  1. jaysculls Purple Belt

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    In this video I demonstrate an easy and effective way to take your opponent's in combination with the basic hip bump sweep using a wrestlers "switch" type of movement.

    This is a highly effective and also safe combination to do.

    PLEASE NOTE: I do not go into detail about the small details of the hip bump sweep because I have other videos on the Grapplers Guide talking about the sweep in detail and this video is part of a series that I have on my website.

    The main purpose of this video is to talk about and explain the details of the back take combination.

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    Thanks for watching,

    Jason Scully
     
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    Thanks Jason, great stuff as always!
     
  3. dmwalking Sapateiro Belt

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    Clever. Seems like such a common situation, I'm surprised I haven't seen anyone point it out before. Thanks for sharing man.
     
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    I'm going to try this today. Looks very basic and slick.
     
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    I'm not sure the opponent will really stay broken down like that while you're trying to sit off to the side. But I'll try it tonight if possible
     
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    They can't posture up until they free their arm. Look up the wrestling switch on YouTube, this is the same move and it works.

    This is one of my favorite moves from the bottom. Combines with the technical standup, kimura, and omoplata very well of course.
     
  7. jaysculls Purple Belt

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    Their arm is trapped and there is pressure on them. They are down like that because the move makes them stay that way.
     
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    This works well with a few things I've been working on lately. Thanks Jason! :D
     
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    Great stuff as always Jason, thanks!
     
  10. jaysculls Purple Belt

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    Thanks guys.
     
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    Tried it last night. Must have done it wrong because the guy took MT back instead!
     
  12. jaysculls Purple Belt

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    Yeah if you did it right and your arm was under their body I'm not sure how they could have taken your back instead.
     

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