Troy has his head down in my closed guard.

I follow through with the elbow to cause the most damage.

I immediately pull my right arm out from underneath Troy.

I maneuver both hands to Troy's face and push his head away from me to create space.

is in my full guard, keeping his arms locked to my sides.

Here I do several things at once. I continue to drive Beach's head to my left side using my left hand; I hook my right arm around the inside of Beach's left leg; I open my guard and shrimp my hips in a counterclockwise direction; and I maneuver my right leg up toward Beach's left shoulder.

I place both hands on the left side of Beach's face and push his head to my left.

is in my full guard, keeping his arms locked to my sides.

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