JJU 10-4 Armbar Escape from Bottom

JJU 10-4 Armbar Escape from Bottom

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Saulo explains how to escape from the armbar when you are on your back. Finishing the armbar has more to do with using the forearm as a lever rather than the elbow. We can use this knowledge to stop the armbar and position ourselves to escape to a neutral position.

JJU 10-2 to 10-3 Armbar Escape to Guard Pass

JJU 10-2 to 10-3 Armbar Escape to Guard Pass

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Saulo demonstrates how to follow up the classic armbar from guard escape with an immediate guard pass. With the two variations that he teaches, you can choose to pass to the front side or toward your opponent's back side.

JJU 10-0 to 10-1 Armbar from Guard Escape

JJU 10-0 to 10-1 Armbar from Guard Escape

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Saulo explains the mechanics and movement behind the classic armbar from guard escape when your opponent attempts to submit you with the armbar from the guard. He also teaches some common mistakes that are made from this position and why stacking your opponent is not the ideal situation to escape from the submission.

JJU 10-0 to 10-4 Armbar Escapes

JJU 10-0 to 10-4 Armbar Escapes

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This video contains lessons 10-0, 10-1, 10-2, 10-3, and 10-4 found on pages 78-84 of the JJU book. The topic of these lessons include how to escape when your opponent has you in an armbar when you are in your opponent's guard and when you are on your back.

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