Keenan covers the basics of what the seatbelt control is and how you can use it to secure the back, as well as some do’s and dont’s from the position.
Once you control the upper body with the seatbelt, your next step is to control the lower body with two “hooks”. Here Keenan shows how to secure them.
Keenan shows you how to open the turtle to slide your knee and break your opponent down so you can attack the far side hook.
When your opponent is successfully defending your attacks to the far side hook, switch it up and attack the near side hook with these techniques.
If your opponent is hyper-focused on defending your hooks, it can be difficult to secure them. Learn how to use this double collar grip so that you can threaten chokes while trying to get your hooks to split your opponent’s focus.
Here Keenan uses live guinea pigs to demonstrate how to most effectively incorporate newly taught techniques through controlled resistance drilling.
Keenan shows an unconventional way to attack the turtle by switching angles and manipulating your opponent’s legs.
How to use the quarter nelson(?) grip to force someone to roll when they try to stand in order to defend your back take.
Another way to force your opponent back down to the mat when they try to base on all four’s to avoid your back take, this time by grabbing their ankle and folding them in on themselves.
When you find yourself struggling to secure your back take attempts against a really game opponent, use the Kimura Trap system as a reset button to get you back to where you need to go.