As one blue belt works the berimbolo position and transitions to a very advantageous back-taking opportunity, his opponent feels trapped. What should he do?
Should he run outside of the mat which is only inches away? Should he try to quickly turn into his opponent? Maybe if he avoids the seatbelt grip he can still work a traditional back escape. Or is he doomed?
One man, one backflip. Check out this very interesting and successful way that one blue belt was able to use to prevent having his back taken. We don’t recommend you try this, at all: