How To Defend The Kimura From The Top Position

Have you ever gotten the top position during a roll, thinking that you have the upper hand, and all of a sudden, your opponent locks on a kimura and you see your life (or at least your shoulder health) flash before your eyes?

If your first and only reaction up to this point has been to tap, Alec Baulding has an alternative for you. In this video, he demonstrates a few details that can help you get out of trouble when you’re forced into a kimura from top position. Try it out and see if it helps you tap to fewer kimuras!

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