Rolling Submissions?

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  1. eaglewrestler27

    eaglewrestler27 White Belt

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    Being agile and having good body awareness is essential in grappling arts, and a lot of my practices are started w/ forward and backwards rolls.
    My questions is what submissions in particular rely on this movement?
    1. Rolling kneebar (obviously)
    2. Reverse omoplata
    3. any others?
     
  2. beeble

    beeble Green Belt

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    you can roll into a triangle if your in the bottom in side control... you can roll for the armbar aswell, over the head like fedor vs coleman
     
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    knee crusher, rolling kimuras... etc
     
  4. eaglewrestler27

    eaglewrestler27 White Belt

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    Awesome replies... anymore examples like fedor vs coleman would be appreciated.

    I ask because i freestyle wrestled for years , and find myself very comfortable w/ rolling (literally). I was practicing the reverse omoplata today and hit it fairly cleanly. I would like to add more rolling subs to my arsenal, so anymore examples or videos would be appreciated.
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    The Coleman vs Fedor was not a rolling armbar, Fedor just swings from open guard to a regular armbar.... i wouldn't call that a rolling armbar.
     
  5. randomg1t

    randomg1t EVERYTIME CHAMPION

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  6. randomg1t

    randomg1t EVERYTIME CHAMPION

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    you probably watched the 2nd fight.

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    i'd call this one rolling.
     
  7. Calibur

    Calibur Jiu Jitsu Snob

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    randomg1t EVERYTIME CHAMPION

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    fair enough. but you can't really call fedor's armbar on coleman a regular armbar from the guard either.
     
  9. Calibur

    Calibur Jiu Jitsu Snob

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    Meh, yeah I probably would. It's just your normal armbar, Coleman postured, and Fedor switched to the bellydown variation. The difference between what I posted and what you posted is Eddie's move was rolling because his opponent was stationary. Fedor's move was "rolling" because Coleman reacted and moved.
     
  10. randomg1t

    randomg1t EVERYTIME CHAMPION

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    it just comes down to how you define rolling. for me, if a guy actually rolls to get the move, its a rolling sub. but you can have it any way you want to.
     
  11. gracie_barra**

    gracie_barra** Purple Belt

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    thats exactly what it is.
     
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    The Anaconda Choke is a rolling submission.
     
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    Anaconda choke
     
  15. Slithers

    Slithers Green Belt

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    rolling omoplata (defense to the single leg)
     
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    rolling heel hook like imanari.
     
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    you can roll into almost anything
     

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