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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 but the truth is this is a great submission! Make sure that you move your hips back. It's so important to move the hips back that I make it steps 1 AND 2. Make sure you keep your chest angled towards your opponent and just move the hips. This will make sure you dont get reversed and it will give
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