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Tag Archives: Side Control

Side control is a dominant offensive ground position in which the fighter lies on his side on top of a supine opponent. Both competitors are, in a sense, chest to chest. This versatile position is used to control bottom opponents and to execute a myriad of submission holds. A fighter also uses it as a stable platform to ground and pound. Side control is also known as the "cross body" or "cross side" position.

Learn UFC Champ Georges St-Pierre’s MMA Training Tactics

Monday, August 18th, 2014

One of Black Belt magazine’s top MMA analysts (he wrote an entire book on the subject) breaks down the two-time welterweight champ’s approach to fighting and training.
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Posted in MMA Fighters.

BJJ Technique Analysis: Five Sneaky Armbar Setups From Jean Jacques Machado, Rigan Machado and John B. Will

Monday, September 16th, 2013

Submission grappling expert David Meyer shows you five armbar setups from Jean Jacques Machado, Rigan Machado and John B. Will!
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Posted in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.

Essential BJJ Moves: Jean Jacques Machado Videos Show You 6 BJJ Techniques You Need to Know!

Wednesday, February 27th, 2013

In three exclusive videos, the Brazilian jiu-jitsu legend and 2011 Black Belt Hall of Fame Instructor of the Year shows you six sets of moves that can make the difference between winning and losing on the mat!
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Posted in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Videos.