Bridging is the motion of arching your back and pushing your hips upward so as to disturb the balance of or apply pressure to your opponent.

You can use bridging when you have a lock on your opponent as a way to apply more pressure. You can also use bridging when your opponent is in your guard to apply more pressure to their ribs or to prevent them from either breaking your guard or applying a choke or lock of some kind.

However, bridging is at its most effective when you use bridging to set up a reversal when someone has mounted you.


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