Armbar Position L Grip Escape.mov
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In this video I show a very common escape from the armbar position, the L- Grip Escape.
There are a couple of points that you really need to make sure to do well or you will not be able to escape effectively.
The first step will be to take a good grip on the inside of your bicep or on your far side lapel. The bicep has some great counters but oddly I have experienced a lot of BJJ practitioners prefer grabbing the bicep over grabbing the lapel. Irregardless of which grip you take it must be s
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