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Rickson Gracie escapes this pick-up by

  1. pre-emptively jumping for an arm-in guillotine choke grip (ratherrather than waiting for his opponent to initiate the throw), then
  2. then hip switching, then
  3. then drawing on raw elite athleticism, and finally
  4. and finally by his opponent failing to secure any grip for a true double-leg, suplex, or anything other orthodox technique

Rickson doesn't use a specific "release" or escape. To replicate this performance you should not focus on this particular technique, but rather on general agility, proprioception, and body awareness during uncooperative grappling with a partner.

Rickson Gracie escapes this pick-up by

  1. pre-emptively jumping for an arm-in guillotine choke grip (rather than waiting for his opponent to initiate the throw),
  2. then hip switching
  3. then drawing on raw elite athleticism
  4. and finally by his opponent failing to secure any grip for a true double-leg, suplex, or anything other orthodox technique

Rickson doesn't use a specific "release" or escape. To replicate this performance you should not focus on this particular technique, but rather on general agility, proprioception, and body awareness during uncooperative grappling with a partner.

Rickson Gracie escapes this pick-up by

  1. pre-emptively jumping for an arm-in guillotine choke grip rather than waiting for his opponent to initiate the throw, then
  2. hip switching, then
  3. drawing on raw elite athleticism, and finally
  4. by his opponent failing to secure any grip for a true double-leg, suplex, or anything other orthodox technique

Rickson doesn't use a specific "release" or escape. To replicate this performance you should not focus on this particular technique, but rather on general agility, proprioception, and body awareness during uncooperative grappling with a partner.

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Rickson Gracie escapes this pick-up by

  1. pre-emptively jumping for an arm-in guillotine choke grip (rather than waiting for his opponent to initiate the throw),
  2. then hip switching
  3. then drawing on raw elite athleticism
  4. and finally by his opponent failing to secure any grip for a true double-leg, suplex, or anything other orthodox technique

Rickson doesn't use a specific "release" or escape. To replicate this performance you should not focus on this particular technique, but rather on general agility, proprioception, and body awareness during uncooperative grappling with a partner.