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Maintaining Omoplata control when opponent postures

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  • Maintaining Omoplata control when opp...

    When you enter the omoplata, and your opponent attempts to counter by posturing, your can use this prinicple of staying behind his knee line to maintain your omoplata hold. This technique was inspired by a Clark Gracie seminar.

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