Getting off your knees on top and on your toes, use your legs to drive and apply constant pressure
Being on your knees is for TRANSITIONING from one thing to the next.
When wrestler is on his base, ALWAYS STAY UNDER THEIR ARMS.
When riding on top, YOUR HIPS SHOULD BE IN THEIR POCKETS.
Majority of turns result from PRESSURE FROM THE LEGS.
Running a half, bar, near-wrist, cross face cradle, the legs do much of the work.
Like on the bottom, ATTACK A HAND.
If you have a wrist, it needs to be under the body PULLED TIGHTLY to be effective.
When riding, YOUR HIPS SHOULD ALWAYS BE HIGHER THAN YOUR OPPONENTS HIPS.
On mat return, NEVER pull an opponent on TOP OF YOU. ALWAYS BRING OPPONENT DOWN FORWARD.
Be RELENTLESS when running a pinning combination. Most turns result from PRESSURE. Push the turn until it either works or it isn’t going to work,
By rule, if you are riding parallel, it is STALLING. When you are riding on top, be out to the side at a 45-degree angle.
When running a pinning combination, always be OUT TO THE SIDE to put maximum pressure on your opponent.
You can only LOCK YOUR HANDS on top if you have a pinning combination or opponent stands on their feet.