Most people will find that placing one hook in is easy. It’s the second hook that most will fight to defend. In a sport jiu-jitsu situation, this could mean giving up four points, thus the severity of the situation. On the other side of that equation, you just earned a back position, and that hook is critical to ensure your efforts thus far were not in vain. Here, Milton shows a slick transition to place in that second hook. Hopefully you got in that first hook (bottom hook first), and this technique works well when fighting for the top hook.
- Issue 42