Instructions for Turtle Escapes - BJJ and MMA Techniques

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Instructions for Turtle Escapes - BJJ and MMA Techniques

This page provides details on how to do a variety of Turtle Escapes (or how to escape an attacker when you are in the turtle guard/position). These techniques are used in martial arts systems such as Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and Mixed Martial Arts. When learning this technique, you should also study Turtle Attacks (or how to attack an opponent who is in the turtle guard/position).

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Turtle Escape - Attack From The Turtle Position

Turtle Escape - Sweep

Turtle Escape - Sit Out

Turtle Escape - Hook and Roll

Turtle Escapes


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