Precision Side Control and Knee on Belly Escapes by Lucas Lepri
Lucas LepriProfessional Fighter
See all the best ways to create space and find escapes from bottom, including pendulums, c grips, stand ups, underhooks, and more
- Get out of bottom position and right on the attack, with technical advice on how to set up omoplatas, ankle picks, back takes, and tons of other sweeps
- Lucas is one of the most precise and effective grapplers and coaches in the world, with 7 world titles of his own and many successful students
- Find new methods of getting out of different versions of side control, including knee on belly, north south, headlocks, and more
- These moves are taught so that grapplers of all levels can use them, with step by step advice that anyone can understand
|Side control escape using pendulum||0:26|
|Side control escape using pendulum to omoplata||3:53|
|Side control escape using c grip to guard recovery||7:36|
|North south escape using knees to block||11:52|
|North south escape by pendulum to guard recovery||15:25|
|Side control escape when opponents changes base||19:37|
|Back take when opponent changes base in side control and tries to mount||26:32|
|Kimura escape from side control using the knee||0|
|Side control escape by bridging to guard recomposing||2:51|
|Side control escape by spinning under using both arms||6:27|
|Side control escape using underhook||10:26|
|Side control escape using underhook to butterfly sweep||12:43|
|Side control escape with underhook to sweep from coyote guard||15:32|
|Side control escape with underhook to sweep to side control||20:38|
|Knee on belly escape by making opponent go to half guard||0|
|Knee on belly escape to knee bar or back take||4:05|
|Knee on belly escape by underhooking foot and pushing the collar||9:28|
|Knee on belly escape using technical stand up||13:35|
|Knee on belly escape to technical stand up to ankle pick||16:01|
|Knee on belly escape by spinning around||18:06|
|Knee on belly escape by controlling sleeve||21:44|
|Head lock escape to back take||0|
|Head lock escape by reversing opponent to mount||5:00|
|Side control escape by using both arms to guard recomposition||9:41|
|Side control escape by pushing the opponent way and using the to block||13:30|
|Side control escape by pushing opponent back||16:19|
|Side control escape by pushing opponent when they switch hips||19:31|
|Modified side control escape using a back roll to Armbar||22:38|
Learn How To Get Out From The Most Painful & High-Pressure Bad Positions In BJJ With 7-Time World Champion Lucas Lepri, As He Shows All The Ways You Need To Know To Escape From Side Control & Knee On Belly With PRECISION
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What Will You Learn?
Stop getting held down in side control with these lessons from Lucas Lepri’s precision coaching on side control escapes that you can start using to get away and back on offense. With detailed advice on how to stay safe and find your way back to your feet, guard, or reversing position, Lucas gives you a complete masterclass on the best techniques you should be using to solve these common grappling problems.
Instead of getting pinned down, pressured, and stuck in submission holds from side control, north south, and knee on belly, now you can use effective moves that have worked for Lucas and get back to the safety of your guard, up to your feet, or find ways directly into counter attacks that will let you turn the tables fast. Use these lessons to see how you can start combining hip escapes, pendulums, underhooks, and much more for ultimate effect.
Lucas Lepri is one of the most technical black belts in the world, winning multiple world championships and cementing himself as one of the best lightweight competitors in history. This is your chance to learn some of his best defensive skills and see why Lucas has become such a respected competitor and instructor in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.