69 reversal

A Technique from Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
By ClŠudio Moreno and Andres Lenta

Video: AVI [475K] of the technique.

These techniques should only be practiced with the supervision of an experienced instructor.
Practicing the moves incorrectly could result in serious bodily injury or death.

69-1.jpg - 35,27 K  First, the opponent on top (GT - guy on top) will be holding the person below in the 69 position.
69-2.jpg - 39,14 K  The person on bottom (GB - guy on bottom) then pulls in his arms and gets a grip in the armpits of GT.
69-3.jpg - 33,90 K  Then GB bridges hard to move the weight of GT,
69-4.jpg - 35,72 K  and at the same time he pushes upward with his hands in the armpits, drawing in the knee (the knee has to be under the armpits of GT)
69-5.jpg - 35,47 K  and changes his grip from the armpits to the end of GT's sleeves (as if holding the wrists).
69-6.jpg - 35,50 K  Now GB will make the escape of the 69 position, pulling GT's arms down and back, and pushing the armpits of GT upward with the knees.
69-7.jpg - 33,38 K  Then GB releases his grip on the sleeves and grabs the head and the opponent's legs to finish the escape of the hold-down.
69-8.jpg - 33,76 K  The final position should be like this...

This information was originally published on InTheGuard.com, a web site created by James "Calango" Love, Cláudio Moreno, and Felipe Moreno. Page downloaded on Sat Jun 29 21:11:24 PDT 2002.
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