sitout vs wrestling switch & heist

Can someone please explain to me the differences between a sit-out, hip heist, and wrestling switch? In bjj, we do sit-out drills, but i don't recall ever explicitly doing heist or switch drills. Are they all basically the same things, just different terminology? Any info would be most appreciated (pictorials would be nice, too).

A hip heist is just the name for an explosive movement of your hips to change positions.

Here are a couple vids showing the hip heist movement in wrestling and BJJ:

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The sit out involves moving either leg forward and sitting on your butt with your back to your opponent, as shown here:

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The switch starts with either a sit out or a hip heist, but finishes by reaching back and, "switching," positions with your opponent... as shown here when started with a hip heist:

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Or, here's a sitout, attempt at a switch, stand up, shot, pin:

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Often you will here hip heist used for either a sit out or a switch, but it really is just an opening movement and does not completely describe the complete move.

Dan

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Would like to add, the Hip Heist is a rotation of your hips. The "sit up" or "hip bump" sweep done in BJJ from the guard is the same thing. The one Carlos Newton used on Matt Hughes.

It is a big motion. You will go from Par Terre (all 4s), SIT OUT then facing the mat again.

From Par Terre with your opponent behind you, you move into the crab position (sit out) facing the ceiling in front of him, but leaning INTO him OR far away from him. THEN switch your hips and face the mats and you will be head to head with him.

Those kids in the video haven't completed the motion, but are executing the drill to get the hips going for hip heists, sit outs, switches, etc.

The Sit Out has a few variants. There is the long and short sit out, the inside sit, the sit-back, and the sit-aside. They all involve some kind of wrist, arm or shoulder control.

That leaves out Gazonis, Granbys, Petersons, Crawfish, etc.

So the differences?

They all begin with a Sit Out of some kind. That is the initial motion to get into a sitting position. From the Sit Out you either finish w/ one of it's variants, change to a switch or change to a Hip Heist.

The Switch involves capturing the leg to help regain control and you can also go from a failed switch to a hip heist.

Sorry I am being rushed AND interrupted right now. Sorry if it's fucked up. Damn coworkers!

hip heist is more something you do after standing, while they have your back. a switch has a bunch of setups, but probably the simplest is from a sit out, where you grab their right arm with your left, put your right hand in the hole, put a bunch of pressure on their shoulder, than take their back.

hip heist is just a word for facing your opponent, not really a "move"

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"hip heist is more something you do after standing,"

Actually, a hip heist is done on the ground and standing. In addition to escaping a rear body lock/bear hug with it, you can use it as a guard sweep, mount escape, side mount escape, & passing a sprawl.

You will see it used standing more in Folk style because of the rules.

"Search "The Guts of BJJ" thread I started some time ago."

please link here. thanks.

I used the sitout to switch to stand up a lot back in wrestling

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