This submission looks remarkably like the Baseball slide armbar but the entry, weight distribution and the spacing differs slightly.
For this move I like to dominate my opponents arm with an overhook. This leads to a much more powerful submission and has the added benefit of being very secure.
The rotation of the foot should be a very quick transition. There should be very little warning that you are about to transition into a submission until you are falling back. This, unlike the Base
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In this video I show a very powerful choke from the Knee On Belly position.
I have seen this technique used many times and I have seen a couple of instructionals detailing how to do it but there watch video >>
In this video I show a submission from the Knee On Belly position. I have heard this called a couple of different names and always referred to it as a reverse grip Baseball Choke. I'm sure that it watch video >>
This is an intermediate to advanced submission that can be used when your opponent pushes you away in Side Control or Kesa Gatame. The closer to the hips that you control the larger the pocket will watch video >>
The Step Over Armbar is a submission I see attempted a lot but finished a little. This technique, like many others, is often discarded by the time you become a purple belt because of lack of success watch video >>
The Far Side Armbar from Side Control can be a great submission when your opponent is tired, distracted or otherwise not expecting it. The success of this move is going to depend on the fluidity of watch video >>
In this video I show how to dominate your opponent from the back position and then finish with an armbar. There are many ways to successfully armbar your opponent from the back. In this video I sho watch video >>
This video is a follow up option to the Far Side Armbar. It works really well when your opponent is waiting to rip their back to the floor during your rotation to the far side. This technique is no watch video >>
In this video I show an alternate setup for the Arm Triangle. Everything about the submission is the same but requires a little more control over your body and a smoother transition between Side Con watch video >>
This is a very simple transition from Side Control to Mount. This is the first transition taught to white belts and focuses on sound basics (maintaining base, getting the underhook and entering the watch video >>
Another look at the Key Lock or Americana but this time from Side Control. Like the last time that I showed this technique the setup is not important (although this setup is much better than the set watch video >>