If you find yourself on the bottom turtle position, you will be happy to know that you can still hunt for the Kimura from here – with caution. If you are too eager to search for the Kimura without looking for the proper cues, you can end up getting choked fast.
What we want is for our opponent’s arms to be under our arms, and our head over our shoulders and hips. This gives us the option of standing up and of getting a good bite on the Kimura.
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