Back Attacks 101: The Ultimate Guide To Mastering Jiu-Jitsu Back Attacks
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A Complete Back Attack System For Jiu-Jitsu Fighters, Grapplers, And Other Martial Artists
Master The Key Areas Of Back Attacks
For example, the “straightjacket” is an old school jiu-jitsu form of upper body control that has been increasing in popularity in recent years. This grip is very strong and offers you a simple attack.
Learn Effective And Unorthodox Chokes
The hooks are the most common form of lower body control. Although not as important as upper body control, hooks are important for helping you control the opponent and maintain the back mount.
Develop A Strong Upper Body Control
Upper body control for back mount is by far more important than hooks. Upper body control is both necessary and sufficient. This means that you can keep a back mount with only upper body control and no hooks.
Take The Back From Everywhere
The collar grip is a very effective form of upper body control. It is not only very strong for back mount maintenance but also allows you to immediately threaten your opponent with a rear collar choke.
Counter Common Back Attack Defenses
The seatbelt control from the back is underrated. It is a very strong form of control that works both gi and no-gi. It is the most common form of upper body control as it is the easiest to get.
Finish More Fights From The Back
This kneeling choke position is actually stronger than the back mount itself. His mobility is lessened. There are no mats in the way of you staying on his back. Go for this position often!