submissions while in the hooks

Discussion in 'Grappling Technique' started by gothlink, Nov 15, 2005.

  1. gothlink

    gothlink Blue Belt

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    I wonder a step by step for doing some submissions while the op has your back.
    I tried the arm bar with my arms which i can do while standing and in the suple postion
    but for some reason i cant do it in a rolln help.
     
  2. Aesopian

    Aesopian Brown Belt

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    Are you asking this because you can't escape rear mount?
     
  3. gothlink

    gothlink Blue Belt

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    no i can but i want the option to submit him
     
  4. Aesopian

    Aesopian Brown Belt

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    If you can escape the postion, I don't see any point in hanging out in it just for some retarded submission. The risk/reward is not worth it.
     
  5. gothlink

    gothlink Blue Belt

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    i would just like the option everyone rolls diffrent.
    if i cant get them off me it is something else i can do
     
  6. Soid

    Soid Renegade of Funk

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    How old are you and where do you train?
     
  7. Aesopian

    Aesopian Brown Belt

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    Haha, I asked the same thing in another thread. He says he trains at Renzo's.
     
  8. batman69

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    thanks, you just made my brain hurt more than it did already. i took a shot to the dome from a knee on my partners guard pass.
     
  9. krellik

    krellik Gimli son of Cisco

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    Seriously it cant be that bad to have a few submissions to use when someone has backmount on you. I mean it would make you less easy to read and in fact only help your escape. Or am I wrong?
     
  10. Aesopian

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    Someone with 8 months of training needs to work on real defenses and escapes, not gimmicky submissions from inferior positions. I know several submissions from rear mount, but they are all iffy, and I'd give them all up for a solid escape.
     
  11. gothlink

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    so true but i would just like to know them that is all.
     
  12. Tyboeski

    Tyboeski White Belt

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    If you cant answer the question then can you plz shut the fuck up? Obviously none of you know jack shit and are avoiding the question at all costs.


    Try the armbar, if it does not work, defend your neck, wrap your arm around one of his, lean to that side and go for a wristlock. If you dont know what im talking about ask Renzo or whoever u are under to teach that specific move in a private. Works for me.
     
  13. gothlink

    gothlink Blue Belt

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    ill try the wrist lock today thank you
     
  14. Aesopian

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    Like I said, retarded.
     
  15. gothlink

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    im not using it for serius i just always like to know more stuff geez
     
  16. bammann45

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    step 1: escape back mount.
    step 2: achieve a dominant position.
    step 3: submit him.
     
  17. Aesopian

    Aesopian Brown Belt

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    Go ahead and collect all the techniques you can, but part of learning these kind of moves (like submissions from inferior position) is understanding that they are usually retarded and that your time would be better spent on solid escapes.

    They do make for bigg laffs if you pull them off though.
     
  18. gothlink

    gothlink Blue Belt

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    i said i just wanted to know how im not going to use it in a match or even a practice roll
     
  19. Aesopian

    Aesopian Brown Belt

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    DOES NOT COMPUTE.
     
  20. gothlink

    gothlink Blue Belt

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    by try it today i ment il have my freind take my back and il try it not try it in a roll
     

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