Get Up Escape from Side Control bottom

This technique allows you to escape up to your feet when stack in the bottom side control position. Although pulling guard is easier, this is usually the better option because you're no longer stuck on your back.

Pushing on Paco's hips with both hands, I circle my hips out in a counterclockwise direction.

Continuing to circle my hips around in a counterclockwise direction, I rotate my body over so that I'm belly-down on the mat. To prevent Paco from running around and taking my back, I'll need to get up to my feet as quickly as possible.

I'm stuck in the bottom side control position.

Posting on my left foot, I stand all the way up.

I push Paco away from me and assume my standard fighting stance.

Still pushing off Paco's right hip with my left hand, I get up to my knees.

Still pushing off Paco's right hip with my left hand, I get up to my knees.

Posting on my left foot, I stand all the way up.

I push Paco away from me and assume my standard fighting stance.

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