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Back mount

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Back Mount Just Got Worse . . . For Your Opponent

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3 Back Takes From The Mount Using The Gift Wrap Control

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BJJ Back Mount Drill ( Don't Lose Back Mount )

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Garry Tonon, Back Take With Shoulder Roll From Mount: Jiu-Jitsu Magazine, Issue #27.

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Basic Back Mount Escape

Back mount, or rear mount, is a dominant grappling position where the practitioner is behind his opponent in such a way that he has control of his opponent. Ideally, the opponent will be recumbent (prone), while the practitioner centers his weight atop the opponent, either in a seated or recumbent posture. Many consider back mount to be a very dominant, perhaps even the most advantageous position in grappling. This is due to the practitioner being able to attack with strikes and submissions with the opponent having a severely limited ability to see incoming attacks and defend against them.
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