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I like the snow at night when the everything isn't so blown out by the light reflection....Thought I'd take this pic of the front of my house before the next blizzard comes this weekend! Serentity now!
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If you go directly into the arm bar attack, you should really try to penetrate the knee towards his left shoulder and swing your hips in towards guard, this will prevent him from escaping by moving north/south.... A very similar ariation of this attack is also possible from 1/2 guard if the top guy starts to transition to knee cut through type pass.

If you are looking primarily to recover guard. There are a few details missing here.
-you should shoulder roll so that your free foot and your inside knee attempt to meet on your opponents left hip. This closes the space for him to move north/south. 
-You need to keep the knee of your top leg pointed up, so it can't be collapsed and let your opponent walk around to the other side.
-you should be on your right shoulder with your hips and back off of the ground, so that if your opponent circles, your body will just circle with him.

if you do get back to a guard position, can be a lot more active than staying on your back, especially in no-gi. The timing is usually pretty good to sit up and go directly into a drag.

I like the hand technique here... One think I like to do is make sure your left hand swims under your opponent's arm pit if his cross facing arm reaches over your head. I generally like to post my left hand on my opponent's shoulder to made space for a runaway escape as well.
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If you go directly into the arm bar attack, you should really try to penetrate the knee towards his left shoulder and swing your hips in towards guard, this will prevent him from escaping by moving north/south.... A very similar ariation of this attack is also possible from 1/2 guard if the top guy starts to transition to knee cut through type pass.

If you are looking primarily to recover guard. There are a few details missing here.
-you should shoulder roll so that your free foot and your inside knee attempt to meet on your opponents left hip. This closes the space for him to move north/south. 
-You need to keep the knee of your top leg pointed up, so it can't be collapsed and let your opponent walk around to the other side.
-you should be on your right shoulder with your hips and back off of the ground, so that if your opponent circles, your body will just circle with him.

if you do get back to a guard position, can be a lot more active than staying on your back, especially in no-gi. The timing is usually pretty good to sit up and go directly into a drag.

I like the hand technique here... One think I like to do is make sure your left hand swims under your opponent's arm pit if his cross facing arm reaches over your head. I generally like to post my left hand on my opponent's shoulder to made space for a runaway escape as well.
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If you go directly into the arm bar attack, you should really try to penetrate the knee towards his left shoulder and swing your hips in towards guard, this will prevent him from escaping by moving north/south.... A very similar ariation of this attack is also possible from 1/2 guard if the top guy starts to transition to knee cut through type pass.

If you are looking primarily to recover guard. There are a few details missing here.
-you should shoulder roll so that your free foot and your inside knee attempt to meet on your opponents left hip. This closes the space for him to move north/south. 
-You need to keep the knee of your top leg pointed up, so it can't be collapsed and let your opponent walk around to the other side.
-you should be on your right shoulder with your hips and back off of the ground, so that if your opponent circles, your body will just circle with him.

if you do get back to a guard position, can be a lot more active than staying on your back, especially in no-gi. The timing is usually pretty good to sit up and go directly into a drag.

I like the hand technique here... One think I like to do is make sure your left hand swims under your opponent's arm pit if his cross facing arm reaches over your head. I generally like to post my left hand on my opponent's shoulder to made space for a runaway escape as well.
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Doesn't matter if he had his knee down first or not. Doesn't matter if the ball moved when it hit the ground..What matters is if he made a "football move" prior to the ball coming lose.... Yes he did.
One foot landed. He was facing away from the end zone. He spun around when the second foot landed...and before he hit the ground he took a step forward with his first foot and drove forward reaching for the end zone. 
 I wanna let everyone know i'm not a fan of those 2 teams, i will just let the videos and the photos speak. So i'll try to analize those 2 calls impartially. Let's analyze the most controversial call of this NFL season, the r...
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Murray left...Murray right...Murray up the middle... 3rd/3 empty backfield??? I'm not saying you should run but what were you setting up with the run?
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They used Dunbar 1 time...big play. If you want to throw maybe you bring him in
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If you go directly into the arm bar attack, you should really try to penetrate the knee towards his left shoulder and swing your hips in towards guard, this will prevent him from escaping by moving north/south.... A very similar ariation of this attack is also possible from 1/2 guard if the top guy starts to transition to knee cut through type pass.

If you are looking primarily to recover guard. There are a few details missing here.
-you should shoulder roll so that your free foot and your inside knee attempt to meet on your opponents left hip. This closes the space for him to move north/south. 
-You need to keep the knee of your top leg pointed up, so it can't be collapsed and let your opponent walk around to the other side.
-you should be on your right shoulder with your hips and back off of the ground, so that if your opponent circles, your body will just circle with him.

if you do get back to a guard position, can be a lot more active than staying on your back, especially in no-gi. The timing is usually pretty good to sit up and go directly into a drag.

I like the hand technique here... One think I like to do is make sure your left hand swims under your opponent's arm pit if his cross facing arm reaches over your head. I generally like to post my left hand on my opponent's shoulder to made space for a runaway escape as well.
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If you go directly into the arm bar attack, you should really try to penetrate the knee towards his left shoulder and swing your hips in towards guard, this will prevent him from escaping by moving north/south.... A very similar ariation of this attack is also possible from 1/2 guard if the top guy starts to transition to knee cut through type pass.

If you are looking primarily to recover guard. There are a few details missing here.
-you should shoulder roll so that your free foot and your inside knee attempt to meet on your opponents left hip. This closes the space for him to move north/south. 
-You need to keep the knee of your top leg pointed up, so it can't be collapsed and let your opponent walk around to the other side.
-you should be on your right shoulder with your hips and back off of the ground, so that if your opponent circles, your body will just circle with him.

if you do get back to a guard position, can be a lot more active than staying on your back, especially in no-gi. The timing is usually pretty good to sit up and go directly into a drag.

I like the hand technique here... One think I like to do is make sure your left hand swims under your opponent's arm pit if his cross facing arm reaches over your head. I generally like to post my left hand on my opponent's shoulder to made space for a runaway escape as well.
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If you go directly into the arm bar attack, you should really try to penetrate the knee towards his left shoulder and swing your hips in towards guard, this will prevent him from escaping by moving north/south.... A very similar ariation of this attack is also possible from 1/2 guard if the top guy starts to transition to knee cut through type pass.

If you are looking primarily to recover guard. There are a few details missing here.
-you should shoulder roll so that your free foot and your inside knee attempt to meet on your opponents left hip. This closes the space for him to move north/south. 
-You need to keep the knee of your top leg pointed up, so it can't be collapsed and let your opponent walk around to the other side.
-you should be on your right shoulder with your hips and back off of the ground, so that if your opponent circles, your body will just circle with him.

if you do get back to a guard position, can be a lot more active than staying on your back, especially in no-gi. The timing is usually pretty good to sit up and go directly into a drag.

I like the hand technique here... One think I like to do is make sure your left hand swims under your opponent's arm pit if his cross facing arm reaches over your head. I generally like to post my left hand on my opponent's shoulder to made space for a runaway escape as well.
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If you go directly into the arm bar attack, you should really try to penetrate the knee towards his left shoulder and swing your hips in towards guard, this will prevent him from escaping by moving north/south.... A very similar ariation of this attack is also possible from 1/2 guard if the top guy starts to transition to knee cut through type pass.

If you are looking primarily to recover guard. There are a few details missing here.
-you should shoulder roll so that your free foot and your inside knee attempt to meet on your opponents left hip. This closes the space for him to move north/south. 
-You need to keep the knee of your top leg pointed up, so it can't be collapsed and let your opponent walk around to the other side.
-you should be on your right shoulder with your hips and back off of the ground, so that if your opponent circles, your body will just circle with him.

I like the hand technique here... One think I like to do is make sure your left hand swims under your opponent's arm pit if his cross facing arm reaches over your head. I generally like to post my left hand on my opponent's shoulder to made space for a runaway escape as well.
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I don't like this sequence at all. There is a huge hole between steps. I would never take my foot off the hip to lasso it at this point. Nobody who's any good is going to  let you do that. They would immediately posture and drive their hip into your other leg....passed.
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fyi - wasn't a berimbolo...everytime you roll to take someone's back doesn't make it so. Some people call this spiral guard to back take, spiral sweep, reverse de la riva to back take....reverse berimbolo...kiss of the dragon.
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