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Pressing my weight forward, I slide my right knee down to the mat on Paco's left side.

I drop my right leg down to the mat on Paco's left side.

To secure the mount, I bring my heels together underneath Paco's legs.

To secure the mount, I bring my heels together underneath Paco's legs.

I lift my left arm and place my hand on Paco's right knee.

I'm in side control with my hips facing Paco's legs.

Pushing Paco's right leg toward the mat on his left side, I begin stepping my left leg over his body.

Clearing my left leg over Paco's body, I bring my left knee down to the mat on his right side. To secure the mount, I touch my heels together under his legs and bring my right arm to the left side of his head.

I lift my left arm and place my hand on Paco's right knee.

Pushing Paco's right leg toward the mat on his left side, I begin stepping my left leg over his body.

stepping over to mount

In the previous technique you placed your knee on your opponent's belly and slid your way over into the mount. When your opponent prevents you from doing this by crossing his legs, this is an excellent technique to employ. To pull it off, all you have to do is switch your base so that your hips are facing your opponent's legs, pull his elevated knee down using your hand, and then step your leg over the top of your opponent to establish the mount position.

I'm in side control with my hips facing Paco's legs.

Clearing my left leg over Paco's body, I bring my left knee down to the mat on his right side. To secure the mount, I touch my heels together under his legs and bring my right arm to the left side of his head.

I cock my right hand back. I throw my right hand into Paco's As I come down with a left handed jaw. strike, Paco covers up and turns into me.

The moment Paco turns into me, I plant my hands on his chest and jump over his body to establish knee on belly control on his left side.

I'm in standard side control.

I plant my right hand on Paco's belly and my left hand on his neck. I then push off with both hands to increase my elevation.

As I fully extend my arms, I get the separation needed to slide my right knee across Paco's belly.

I establish knee and belly control I cock my right hand back to con- I smash my right hand through I sneak a left hand through Paco's on Paco's left side. tinue with my assault. Paco's guard. guard.

I'm in standard side control.

I plant my right hand on Paco's belly and my left hand on his neck. I then push off with both hands to increase my elevation.

I cock my right hand back. I throw my right hand into Paco's As I come down with a left handed jaw. strike, Paco covers up and turns into me.

The moment Paco turns into me, I plant my hands on his chest and jump over his body to establish knee on belly control on his left side.

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