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In this video I show a great 2nd option for when your foot ends up on the wrong side of the bicep in the armbar position. This can be really frustrating as it can be difficult to continue maintaining the armbar position with both legs crowded over the head. This is a pretty common transition for intermediate and advanced grapplers. Make sure to check out the 1:30 mark to see how I do it a little more aggressively (by not waiting for my opponent to sit up) and with a different type of pressure. In the event they do sit up you can get your regular Triangle, I have just experienced people laying on the floor and refusing to come straight up because they know the triangle is a danger.
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