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Pushing off Beach's left hip with my left foot, I roll onto my right shoulder and get my hips off the mat.

Rolling all the way onto my right shoulder, I drive my right foot into Beach's right thigh by straightening my leg. Notice how this turns his body in a clockwise direction and exposes his back.

Letting go of Beach's ankle, I straighten my right leg completely. As this pressure turns him in a clockwise direction and exposes his back, I plant my left foot on his buttocks.

When m the De La Riva position, using this technique is a good way to create distance between you and your opponent so you can escape back to your feet. If your right leg is wrapped around your opponent's left leg, then you punch your right foot all the way between your opponent's legs and hook it around your opponent's far hip. Once you have that positioning established, pushing on your opponent's hip with your foot turns his body and exposes his back. With your opponent's body turned, you plant your opposite foot on his side and kick him away. Because your opponent now has to turn back around before he can close the distance you created, it gives you a window of opportunity to snap back up to your feet.

Pushing off Beach's left hip with my left foot, I roll onto my right shoulder and get my hips off the mat.

I've assumed the De La Riva guard position by wrapping my right leg all the way around Beach's left leg, hooking my right foot around his left thigh, placing my left foot on his left hip to maintain distance, and latching onto his left ankle with my right hand for control.

Rolling all the way onto my right shoulder, I drive my right foot into Beach's right thigh by straightening my leg. Notice how this turns his body in a clockwise direction and exposes his back.

Letting go of Beach's ankle, I straighten my right leg completely. As this pressure turns him in a clockwise direction and exposes his back, I plant my left foot on his buttocks.

Driving my left foot into Beach's butt as hard as I can, I force him away from me. Before Beach can close the distance I created, he needs to turn around. This will buy me enough time to escape up to my feet.

Posting my right hand and left foot on the mat, I begin working back to my feet.

I climb to my feet and assume my fighting stance.

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