Now, I know you pretty well, grappler. Your thinking one of the following things:
- You're already an expert at this setup and takedown and employ it daily and effectively against your coach.
- You don't feel the need for takedowns, since you've spent at least 2 lunch breaks studying the Mendes Bros' 50/50 guard on the interweb and you're fairly certain yours is now close to world class.
- You've come to realize DSTRYR/SG is always right and you're eager to try this on the wife/significant other, pre-teen sibling and/or co-worker.
This is a very unique type of takedown for most BJJ-based grapplers. I'm certainly not used to stepping back like that and attempting a pick from the rear like this. It's a different approach to the game, especially since it's goal is to put the opponent in a vulnerable position for leg subs. Drill it, have fun with it and make it your own.