I’ve noticed high end BJJ guys do this, when the take full mount the creep up really high, almost with their hips up around the sternum. Gary Tonon did it last night. 4:00 minutes into the video. View: https://youtu.be/zMGj4vaheGY I come from a wrestling background where you are always trying to control an opponents center of gravity, so it always seems weird to me. It seems like it would give the guy on the bottom a better chance of bridging, or knocking you off balance in order to try to escape out the back door. Is this a trap? If I thrashed around would you simply slap on a triangle from mount? How do you keep your balance or do you even care from that position and you would just adjust to an even better one?