Switching from Strong Side to Weak Side
NoGi BJJ: Intro to back attacks by Corey Guitard • 1m 38s
There are situations where, if your opponent is defending correctly, you may want to voluntarily switch from back control on the strong side to the weak side. For you to make this transition, you’ll have to move your underhook to the other side, change your head positioning, and hip-escape to ensure that you have optimal control.
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