Originally Posted by CtGreat
For getting him off balance. If you are in your right side, and you hooked your leg (assuming you meant foot) in their groin area/right leg. How are you supposed to bring your right leg OVER your left leg, if your right leg would be your bottom leg/underneath their hips and hooked around their right leg? Putting your right leg over your left leg(which is still hooked in their groin) and then turning to your left hip sounds semi impossible in terns of getting them off balance. I got jujitsu tonight so I'll test this out before practice n see if I can duplicate what you said.
CT I tried to find a video but can't find one. I will ask the name of it when I go to next class (I was about 10 minutes late to class and jumped in while they were doing the technique).
It is from the half guard. You start on your right side (z guard). Swim under and hook right leg. Throw hips back to your left to sweep. Opponent gets themselve stopped. You move your right leg to on top of your left leg that is controlling their right leg. You push their right leg out to off balance them. Then you scoot out, take their left leg, and take them down, and take their back.
I know shitty description, but I will find out the exact terminology next class.