The Armbar Switch

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The ability to switch sides on your armbar quickly and while maintain a tight position is very important. In this video I show one of the ways to dynamically switch directions for your opposite side armbar. This is something that we practice during our drills class and can really surprise your opponent. I use this any time my opponent buries his/her arm and I cant seem to finish the current armbar. Remember that you always rotate over the body and not over the head. The first step is g
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