Stephen Whittier – The Pillars Mount Dominance
Salepage : Stephen Whittier – The Pillars Mount Dominance
Philosophy and Introduction
Positional Overview of Low Mount
Refusing to Connect to Your Opponent’s Bridge
Positional Overview of High Mount
Positional Maintenance: Defense against. Chest Pushing
Push To The Side versus. Defense
Defense versus. Knee Push
Defense against. Hip Push
The Arm Trap’s Defense
Dragon Walk Bridge & Roll Counter
Switch To Side Mount For Bridge & Roll Counter
How to Avoid the Leg Trap
Counters for Elbow Escape
Counter for Prybar
When the foot is trapped, release the elbow frame.
Low Mount Elbow Escape against. Arm Trap
The Hand of the “Dead Evil”
When the opponent throws his legs up, he counters.
Elbow Defense to Keep Your Feet Out
Feet in front of the body defense
Armbar Against Feet in Armpits
Using the Crossface and Low Mount Control
Isolating and Feeding the Arm Triangle
Completing the Arm Triangle
Additional Information Regarding The Choke
Overview of Chokes and Low Mount Strategy
Choke with a Vertical Fist
Ezekiel’s No Gi
Managing The High Mount
Americana & High Mount Attacking Strategy
O & A Americana
Obtaining and Maintaining the Cross Collar Grip
The opponent defends the grip by isolating the arm.
Creating and Finishing the X-Choke (Second Hand Under)
Over X-Choke With Second Hand
Breaking Down Barriers and Securing the Choke
Additional Information & Side Mount Transition
Putting Together The Arm Bar
As Your Opponent Rolls, You Get The Arm Bar
X-Choke to Side Mount
Cycling and Combining All Attacks
The Basic Self-Defense Arm Bar
Why are most grapplers apprehensive about the MOUNT?
RELEVE WHY THE MOUNT IS THE MOST DEADLY POSITION IN FIGHTING
With these simple MOUNT CONTROL tactics, you can crush your opponents’ minds!
You won’t believe how easy it is for them to SUBMIT once they’ve been TRAPPED.
Master EVERY HIGH PERCENTAGE MOUNT choke and joint lock available.