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    Default Re: Bottom Wrestling | Stand ups, Sit outs, Switches, & other Bottom Wrestling Technique

    So far the majority rule is a good powerful stand up. Is there a difference whether you use your inside foot or outside foot? It seems like everyone teaches inside foot up but then teach moves from the top to attack the far leg, kinda counterintuitive to me.

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    Default Re: Anyone know some good moves from the Bottom?

    Going along with whatever, If im facing a new person I like to do a nice fast and crisp Grandby Roll because the kid gets freaked out because he dosin't know what hit' em. Then you do a nice double leg take down which will get me into the offensive stuff.

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    Default Re: Bottom Wrestling | Stand ups, Sit outs, Switches, & other Bottom Wrestling Technique

    If your having trouble with the the stand up, try a knee slide then that will break his position then do the stand up and maybe you will get to your feet and peel his hands off and break way next time.

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    Default Re: Bottom Wrestling | Stand ups, Sit outs, Switches, & other Bottom Wrestling Technique

    The key to a good switch:

    If you opponent is lined up on your left side, imagine your head is 12 o'clock and your feet are 6 o'clock. Sitout so your feet are pointing to 4 o'clock and land so that only your right buttock is on the mat.
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    Im with spider about the sit out, i dont know if this is what your trying to say, but when you sit out (if your righty) with your right shoulder use his back and shoulders as levrage. that would put the guy your facing in a uncomfertpul position. and usually you wont be able to get behind because he has your leg. well... step over his arm with one leg and follow up with the other, and that should put you on top.

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    Default Re: Using the Stand Up?

    Quote Originally Posted by AFS130 View Post
    For some reason, in my matches, when I try to use the stand up, my opponent is usually faster than me and prevents it. At first i thought this had to do with my speed but then I tried other moves from bottom and they worked. When I try to stand up, my opponent usually is able to bring me back down to the mat before I can finish it, does anyone have any advice? (other than Hayden)
    do you drill it in practice? if you're opponant gets on your left side like most people do, you want to almost uppercut with your left handwhile at the same time stepping with your left foot putting it were your right hand was, then pressure back, handcontrol and out...if he locks on you keep pressuring back. the standup is the only thing i do off the whistle. if you're opponant takes your down sloppy, you can do a standing switch type thing, as you fall get hand controll and sit as you are coming down. thats a real hard move to explain but i like it

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