Jamarr Coleman: Hey, what’s up everybody. This is Jamarr from The Arena. I am here with the rattlesnake, Ryan Fortin, one of our jiu-jitsu coaches here.
I got a question for you. I know we were working on the rolling back take. I try it, and I’m like a damn ostrich. You know? I’m like hitting my head smack into the ground.
How do I make this rolling back take smooth?
Ryan Fortin: Definitely. Definitely. I see this a lot. You know a lot of people have this problem. Right? Let’s get into position.
Jamarr Coleman: Okay.
Ryan Fortin: So we’re gonna start in the three-quarter mount. Right? So go ahead, take mount.
Ryan Fortin:And then the guy’s got your ankle.
Jamarr Coleman: All right.
Ryan Fortin: Okay? So a lot of times probably what you’re doing is you’re trying to roll right from here, right?
Jamarr Coleman: Yeah. Yeah. Yeah, for sure. I’m sitting up here and I’m really looking like an ostrich…
Ryan Fortin: So, the problem is is that there’s too much in the way, so just try walking with your hands more towards my feet. Right?
Jamarr Coleman: Oh, okay.
Ryan Fortin: Yeah. Now you’re creating a stronger leverage, so now when you roll, my hips are a lot lighter.
Jamarr Coleman: Oh.
Ryan Fortin:It’s much easier for you to clear that space. Make your rolling back take easier.
Jamarr Coleman: Hey, there you have it. Move of the week.