Side Control Submission Reverse Armbar.mov


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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 not used often because of it's tendency to give up position when it doesnt work. I address this problem, and increase the effectiveness of the submission by leaving that pocket with my butt when I "fall back". This pocket will give you the opportunity to enforce that distance with your shin and do a
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