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Side control escape part 2. If you struggle with getting your guard passed (watch part one of my side control escapes video) you will often find yourself in side control being either pinned or attacked with submissions. It is far harder to escape once your opponent has settled into position. This is where knowing when to give up your various lines of defence and move on to your next option becomes important. In our previous video we used a knee shield and body mechanics to prevent the pass. In this video that wasn’t enough and our opponent managed to get to side control. Once we knew the knee shield wasn’t working anymore we changed our focus to defending the cross face by using our arms to frame. Having the ability to move your head is one of the most important parts to any escape. In this video you can see that without the ability to control the head our opponent has a much harder time controlling our body, allowing us to turn onto our side and then move our hips to escape. In any passing situation there will be a moment when you know your opponent is getting the upper hand. This is the point where more experienced guard players go to plan B to defend then reset whereas lesser experienced players continue trying to fight only to lose the battle and have their guard passed. The sooner you can figure out where the tipping point in the pass exists the sooner you will be able to stop your guard being passed.