Multiple subs applied at the same time

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  1. cakemuncher Black Belt

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    Can you think of submission combinations that could be applied on someone at the same time?

    I was thinking something like: you have someone in a triangle and then you also apply an armbar and add a wristlock.
     
  2. Alech33 Yellow Belt

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    Whenever I catch ab inverted triangle I finish a kimura on the other arm
     
  3. Dilan Cummingsworth Banned Banned

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    You can do an s-twist with either arm then apply the dirty sanchez with the other, I've seen it done countless times and you would be surprised how easily people get trapped into it with no way to defend
     
  4. dsdoubled Brown Belt

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    Ivan Salavery Applied the body triangle while working for the RNC only to submit Tony Fryklund with the body triangle from back mount. I remember Chris Lytle cinching a triangle and a keylock (I think it was a toe hold) on Jason Gilliam and Matt Brown.
     
  5. mataleaos Brown Belt

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    The big ones that come to mind are triangles or reverse triangles where you attack either the trappedarm or the free arm. Also kimura and wrist lock combos. From the spiderweb/armbar position you can attack the wristlock as you threaten the arm extension.
     
  6. berimBOWLoh Silver Belt

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    Straight arm lock with legs while cross collar with hands
     
  7. asian-glow Blue Belt

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    I used to do a thing where I would get someone in a mounted triangle, then get an overhook armbar on one arm and a telephone armbar on the other by clasping my hands together. I'd ask which one they felt and towards the end of this experiment people would tell me they felt all 3.
     
  8. rmongler Black Belt

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    Plenty of examples in worked wrestling shows.
     
  9. Cappy Goodtime Hide yo wife. Hide yo neck.

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    Omoplata is nice because you also have access to the wristlock, reverse armbar, the choke and even a bs toehold.
    From triangle you can kimura the free arm.
    From kimura grip on top I generally hit the scissor choke.
    From crucifix you can do the shoulder lock with your legs while doing the one armed choke.
     
  10. Forceof1 Blue Belt

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    I finish the clark gracie omoplata choke fairly often...
     
  11. asian-glow Blue Belt

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    He has such ridiculous techniques from omo. I know he's an omo specialist but I still see highlights of him doing things from there that I've never seen before.

    I feel kind of bad for his opponents bc he seems to more often than not injure his opponents bc they have no idea what is going on.
     
  12. yetanother Black Belt

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    Clark Gracie IMHO really changed how omoplata is treated, a lot more high level guys get finished once he showed it's doable.
     
  13. EGDM Green Belt

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    This is where I use most of my Aikido wristlocks (I'm a reformed Aikido third dan). While using your legs to force their elbows together you can attack compression and internal/external rotation wristlocks on both arms until you either get one of them or they give you the extended arm in defense. Sometimes you can armbar one arm while wristlocking the other. It's $$$.

    I also always attack sankyo with omoplatas.
     
  14. Patrick Jane Brown Belt

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    Triangles can be combined with a variety of armbars. You can also wristlock your opponent while applying an omoplata and fun stuff like that.
     
  15. georgegreece Banned Banned

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    Why does he always roll over to finish the choke? Can't he step back instead?
     
  16. yetanother Black Belt

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    You mean why go to the omoplata crucifix by jumping to the other side instead of rolling?
    Or clock chocking without going to the crucifix
     
  17. georgegreece Banned Banned

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    I guess both.
     
  18. yetanother Black Belt

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    The omoplata/crucifix is a harder to escape then a regular omoplata and easier to sub from. They can't posture/jump over you/roll out etc.
    Why would he do different methods of getting to the omoplata/crucifix when he is extremely dangerous with his rolling entry.
     
  19. mattemate Brown Belt

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    I like the gi choke from omoplata. My coach hits a crank on the opposite shoulder from omoplata all the time. Basically just reach across, two hand grip on the bicep and pull.

    From a triangle I like to hit a straight armbar on the free arm.

    From spiderweb if they're defending with an s-grip, I'll catch the far arm between my neck and shoulder near their feet, straight armbar on the other arm.
     
  20. JosephDredd Gold Belt

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    No one has mentioned kimura / head scissors? I am shocked and appalled.
     

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