JASON JEANETTE: Hi. I’m Jason Jeanette. This
is Daniel Klapheke from the Elite Martial Arts of Middle Tennessee for Expert Village.
Here we are with anaconda roll.
All right, here we are with one of many head-and-arm chokes from, say, a failed takedown attempt
or just a scramble. I will slide my hand in, we’re going in at the neck through upper cutting
if I have to, shoving it through. Now, I’ll connect, grab my bicep. This one will just
lay on his back, nice and tight. I would love to just take him down on this side, but I’m
not controlling his arm on this side. I’m only controlling this arm, so he can post
the other one out, to keep me from me taking him down over there. So, I have to go through
here, but I don’t want to just flop down, I don’t want to lay down on this connection
and loosen it up. So, what I have to do is roll all the way through. The big mistake
most people make here is just flopping down on their side and pulling a bunch of weight
down on their skull. I wouldn’t be teaching this if I couldn’t possibly do it on the parking
lot, so here we go. I’m going to forward roll this way, my head will never touch the mat.
Then I’m going to walk around to him, try to hook a leg, and squeeze everything tight.