"spiderman" grip- fold sleeve over and hold with middle and ring fingers primarily
can be used in combination with most of the other grips
fabric above elbow or below armpit
best used with grip 1
rotate wrist to pressure on neck
use to make opponent "overshoot landing"- push and pull to mess with their balance
"strumming the guitar"
drive into opponent's collarbone with knuckles, they get distracted and you go back to 1+2 together
front belt grip
push into opponent's belt and pressure downwards.
or you can pull them into you.
rear belt grip
can be used to push or pull
inside pants grip at knees
use to pass
toriani- plant opponent's feet on ground (like pushup- all weight on opponent's legs) and kill legs, walk around
or use to weave elbow underneath and drive elbow/knee to pass a number of ways
control opponent's hips- stack them up and pass, pull legs back and pass, go under legs, etc
inside cuff of pants grip- use to pass or prevent opponent from passing
-switch between grips 1+2, 3, 4
-from 1+2- kick out knee and sweep over, or kick out other knee and take back
-grip 7- use as one of primary passing control points.