So after a careful analysis and watching my daughter at her last tournament, I am looking for advice. At a recent physical it was revealed to me that my daughter is well above average for height and weight for her age. (She is 9, and weighs 80) so she ends up bracketed with other kids who are above average Height and Weight. The problem is this means that she ends up with boys who in some cases are early developers. One of the kids that really wrecked her at this last tournament was already showing signs of muscle development in his chest and arms. While obviously the first answer is that she is going to need to work on her own upper body strength, what I really need is some advice about good escape techniques that she can use while on the bottom that don't require much strength while working regardless of how strong your opponent is. Once she gets on the floor face down she can generally keep from being turned fairly well but getting back up just never happens. She starts to stand and ends up splattered on the mat again right away. Her current escapes are the Switch, (Works about 10% of the time.) the Buck/Kneeslide (Almost never works), and just standing straight up. (Which works for about two to three seconds before she is smashed right back down.) She is extremely flexible, but is also somewhat clumsy. Thoughts?