Head and Arm Guillotine From Back Escape
Who gives up the back to get a dramatic finish from the guard? This guy! Maybe it’s not the first option, but let’s say your opponent manages to break free of your seatbelt when you have his back, no worries. This is another one of those techniques that Garry does that makes due with what you have.
Garry has the back, hooks in with a seat belt. A common defense for his opponent is to lift the arm that’s over the shoulder and sneak the head out to escape a choke. When his opponent does this, Garry goes with it.
Garry wants to grab his own right knee with his right hand after the neck escape. To do this, Gary posts his left hand to the mat twisting a bit so he can feed his right knee to his right hand.
He makes a connection by grabbing the underside of his own right knee. Once this connection is made, Garry technically stands out to his left side.
With nowhere else to go, Garry’s opponent turns toward him. As he does this, Garry brings his hands together to secure the guillotine and falls back into guard.
Garry brings his left leg over to hug the back and finishes with a normal head and arm guillotine.
Technical standup: a move to transition from a seated position to your feet while being able to protect yourself from attack.