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It’s ok. We’ve all been there… We've all spent an entire class drilling a technique, working to be as smooth as possible and to lay down new neurological paths in our grey matter. And, we've all tried to hit that technique later in live sparring only to balls it up royally. And why is that? I mean, you did everything you were supposed to [...]
Keenan shows how you can use the belt grip to help you unwind the leg lasso and then circle back around to pass with a knee cut.
Keenan shows you how to shut down the leg lasso and break the grip before your opponent can fully set up the position.
Keenan shows how to unweave the leg lasso and put yourself in a good position to pass.
Keenan explains how to shut down the "t-rex" defense and get inside control from the mount to secure grips and finish the cross choke.
Keenan shows a familiar choke you've probably seen here on Keenan Online, but this time shows how to set it up from the mount and how you can use it to set up the other attacks from the mount.
Keenan shows how to isolate your opponent's arms away from their body to expose the triangle choke and adds some variations to combat possible defenses.
Keenan explains the fine intricacies of maintaining control from the mount position.
Welcome to K̶e̶e̶n̶a̶n̶O̶n̶l̶i̶n̶e̶ SunshineOnline where our beloved Sunshine teaches one of his favorite ways to prevent the back take by forcing 50/50 when your opponent has one hook in.
Here Keenan shows you how to set up a normal front-facing triangle from the back using the straight jacket system.