First of all, I bought Eddie's book, "Mastering The Rubber Guard". What an amazing book. The attention to detail is top-notch.
My question has to do with the jiu-claw position. In the transition from Chill Dog to jiu claw, how much of a concern is it for the opponent, rather than attempt to roll, to go the other way - to lift up. The arm is trapped threatening omaplata, but the integrity of the control from that position seems to be compromised by lifting up.
What is the strategy from a guy who tries to lift up in the transition? Is it just struggle with the fish until the position is established? Do you sit up and try to force him down with your leg on his shoulder and use his arm as a lever to keep him down?
Please let me know if I've been unclear.
Also, did Eddie create this whole system? I've done a lot of jujitsu, and I've never seen these strategies.