If you’ve been training for some time, you’ll probably agree that making your training partners tap with as little force as possible feels amazing. That it just feels great to do a couple of swift moves… And tap them out in a quick fashion.
If you were ever caught in a really tight and heavy Kesa Gatame or Scarf Hold… Then you know how astonishingly difficult it can be to withstand it – and, quite often, it’s necessary to tap out because that pressure.
However, there is a way to prevent the Kesa Gatame pressure tap. And it’s really simple.
Stuck in a Scarf Hold? That’s not fun, especially against heavier opponents.
Here’s a simple Scarf Hold escape that you’ll be able to learn immediately.
Eli Knight demonstrates it below:
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