Sometimes when you go for the Kimura off the Double Leg, your opponent will read it and take your back. Don’t worry, we anticipate this and take advantage by hitting them with a nice throw or trip.
We can use a simple foot sweep or trip, or take them for a ride and hit them with a big hip throw. In training, I will only do the foot sweeps, as the hip throw is pretty brutal since your partner has no way of breaking fall, and your hips will land right over their floating ribs.
Off the take down, we are going to hop over into side control and secure our Kimura finish.
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