Opposite side armbar from mount

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  1. Enhance

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    Enjoy! Less detail in this one, but a cool move nonetheless. Subscribe for consistent video updates after most classes.

     
  2. HomerPlata

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    Not to nitpick, but technically there is no opposite side from mount :icon_chee
     
  3. Enhance

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    Fine, opposite side armbar from S-Mount? :)
     
  4. HomerPlata

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    Ah, now I getcha... haha :icon_chee
     
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    good technique
     
  6. crocoppertones

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    I was curious before clicking too

    but nice move, imo

    simple, but tricky
     
  7. HomerPlata

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    I can watch the vid now I'm not in work... Fuckin' nice technique there.
     
  8. Enhance

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    Glad you all like it despite the inaccuracies in the name :)

    Luis shows it fast, but you can also be methodical about it and keep pressure on the far side arm while you rotate around. It's very hard to stop if you maintain good pressure with cupping the arm, then replacing the pressure with your hips as you rotate around.

    It doesn't necessarily have to be quick, but it sure looks cooler that way.
     
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    That should be the third tie-breaker. Points, advantages, and then style points.
     
  10. HardEight

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    Very nice, I will have to bring this up in class tonight.
     
  11. randomg1t

    randomg1t EVERYTIME CHAMPION

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    smooth.
     
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    Beautiful jj
     
  13. FWTG

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    Its a good move. I use it a fair bit. I got it originally from a Keith Owen instructional on S-Mount. Very good instructional here.

    Here it is. That specific tech is around 4 minutes in.

    Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Instructional preview with Keith Owen


    I know sherdog doesnt let you embed videos without modifying the embed code so just click the link.
     
    Last edited: Jul 13, 2010

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