If you don’t like what you are watching when stuck in the TV position, the reset button is your friend.
Simply put, we are going to reverse the position. We do this first by punching our arms up. This gets our elbow high and hands away from the mat, keeping us safe from a Kimura counter. We then circle towards their head as we look into them and tuck our chin in, preventing a pesky head scissors from catching our throat. Finally, we tuck our elbow into the mat that will switch our elbow position to be under theirs. That’s the secret – the person with the elbow underneath has the advantage, and you will then have the control of the TV position.
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