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BJJ Mythbusting: Is It Ever OK to Cross Your Ankles In Rear Mount?

BJJ Mythbusting: Is It Ever OK to Cross Your Ankles In Rear Mount?

 

In BJJ, beginners are taught very early to NEVER cross their ankles in the rear mount.

BJJ blackbelts Rob Biernacki and Stephan Kesting debunk the myth that it’s always a mistake to cross your ankles in rear mount.

 




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