So, as I mentioned in the previous post, we have been working on our take downs in no-go class at Divine Jiu Jitsu Charleston. For simplicity sake, I have been working primarily with the collar tie (since it is something that can be used both standing and on the knees). This last class, we covered a take down with two follow up options: First, we worked on a version of the so-called "snap down"--which was one of my personal favorites back when I wrestled. Second, we looked at staying in front of your downed O and using a 3/4 nelson (also called a 1/4 nelson by others) to reverse your O so that you come out in top side control (with your O's arm isolated). Third, we looked at using a "head in the hole" version of the front head and arm position to go behind (which we finished with a rolling back take). Because there are lots of ways of setting up and using the snap down, I have culled several videos that each use slightly different grips, set ups, etc. Pay special attention to how these grapplers are using the collar tie (and inside control more generally) to move around their Os.
The Snap Down:
3/4 Nelson (AKA 1/4 Nelson):
Front Headlock (with Head in Hole) to Go Behind: