Modified Shoulder Crank From Side Mount
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In this technique, the Modified Shoulder Crank From The Side Mount is demonstrated.
Willie has Michael in a side mount with good control of his head and right arm. Willie will attempt a submission when Michael pushes away at his chest with his arm.
Willie grabs Michael's left wrist with his right hand and posts it down along Michael's side.
Michael reacts to Willie's submission attempt by tucking his left hand under his back or grabbing his own clothing. Willie grabs his own right wrist with his left hand. He packs it as tight as possible into Michael's side. Reducing the amount of space within the bend of Michael's left arm.
Willie grabs Michael's left wrist with his left hand and packs his right elbow against Michael's left wrist.
Willie places his left hand on his right biscep, bends his right arm and places his hand next to his right ear (answer the telephone).
This is a close up of hand position for the previous step.
Willie then shifts his hips up to draw all the pressure in a downward motion against Michael's left shoulder. This also offers very good balance and mobility.
Willie continues to sit out over Michael's head toward his left shoulder.
Willie places his right upper side of his body on Michael's left shoulder. To finish turn your torso to square up your shoulders to the ceiling. (Remember to keep your right elbow posted on the ground. In this picture everything is loosened to maintain safety of the models.)