Literally, well almost. Check out these photos sent to us by Arlo Gagestein. Arlo and four friends decided to compete in the first ever Summit and Submit tournament, high in the mountains of Utah. Not only was it a round robin submission-only jiu-jitsu tournament at 11,500 feet elevation, but it also included other physical challenges as well. Arlo’s group hiked 10 miles into the High Uintas fully loaded with packs, gi’s and most importantly – mats! Grappling at that elevation meant oxygen was hard to come by. You haven’t really experienced knee on belly until you’ve had it done to you above 11,000 feet! To read more about their adventure, check out the entire blog post HERE.