Fabio Santos Old School Secrets 2 - Spinning Armbar and Triangle Combo from Side Control

Fabio Santos Old School Secrets 2 - Spinning Armbar and Triangle Combo from Side Control

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Fabio Santos teaches one of his favorite ways to submit your opponent from the side control by using a collar choke feint to set up the spinning arm bar. He also covers how to break your opponent's grip in the armbar and how to transition into a triangle when unable to finish the armbar submission.


Jeff Glover Donkey Guard and Triangles 11 - Triangle from Knee on Bicep

Jeff Glover Donkey Guard and Triangles 11 - Triangle from Knee on Bicep

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In this lesson we examine how to set up a triangle from the knee on bicep position.

Jeff Glover Donkey Guard and Triangles 3 - Hanging Triangle Setups and Concepts

Jeff Glover Donkey Guard and Triangles 3 - Hanging Triangle Setups and Concepts

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Jeff begins a series of hanging triangle setups from all sorts of positions. In this introductory lesson we learn the concept of how the hanging triangle works and examine various setups to demonstrate the versatility of the concepts before exploring how this triangle can be setup from almost any transitional position.

King of Anacondas with Milton Vieira 11 - Rolling Kimura from Standing to Leg Squeeze or Armbar

King of Anacondas with Milton Vieira 11 - Rolling Kimura from Standing to Leg Squeeze or Armbar

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In this lesson Milton teaches an acrobatic way to jump over your opponent into the kimura. After setting up the grip we are easily able to transition into the leg squeeze or an armbar to finish with a submission.

King of Anacondas with Milton Vieira 10 - Kimura Attempt to Leg Squeeze Choke

King of Anacondas with Milton Vieira 10 - Kimura Attempt to Leg Squeeze Choke

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Milton teaches a quick way to transition from a kimura attempt to a leg squeeze choke by squeezing your legs together on your opponent's neck.

King of Anacondas with Milton Vieira 3 - Anaconda Choke from Kesa Gatame

King of Anacondas with Milton Vieira 3 - Anaconda Choke from Kesa Gatame

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Milton Vieira teaches an anaconda choke set up from the kesa gatame or scarf hold side control position. In this setup he elevates his opponent and wedges his knee underneath to immobilize them before going for the choke.

Breakdown of Saulo at 2014 Brasileiros Fight 1 Part 3 - Baseball Choke off the Pass from Side Control

Breakdown of Saulo at 2014 Brasileiros Fight 1 Part 3 - Baseball Choke off the Pass from Side Control

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Saulo explains how he caught the baseball choke submission off of the guard pass to side control. He breaks down each step of how his opponent reacted and what his thought process was in catching the submission.

Inside the University 102 - Spinning Farside Armbar from Side Control

Inside the University 102 - Spinning Farside Armbar from Side Control

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Saulo covers some details on seeing up the farside spinning armbar from side control.

Inside the University 101 - Failed Straight Armlock to Keylock Straight Armlock or Kimura

Inside the University 101 - Failed Straight Armlock to Keylock Straight Armlock or Kimura

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In this lesson we learn to troubleshoot the failed straight armlock by transitioning to the keylock straight armlock or kimura.

Inside the University 100 - Failed Straight Armlock to Folded Side Control with Transition to Mount, Folded Straight Armlock, or Kimura

Inside the University 100 - Failed Straight Armlock to Folded Side Control with Transition to Mount, Folded Straight Armlock, or Kimura

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In this lesson we learn how to continue our attack with a failed straight armlock where your opponent was able to free their hand and bring it to the other side of your head. Rather than let go of your grip on your opponent's arm, we use this opportunity to transition to a side control with your opponent's arm folded across and pinned to their chest. We have many options to finish from the folded side control position including a transition to the mount, a straight arm lock from the folded side control, or transition back to the keylock to attack the kimura, straight armlock, and americana.

Inside the University 99 - Far Side Straight Armlock from Side Control

Inside the University 99 - Far Side Straight Armlock from Side Control

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Saulo teaches how to set up the straight arm lock by trapping your opponent's hand against your neck and using your arms to apply pressure to their elbow. The details on how to trap your opponent's hand from moving are essential because providing them with the smallest amount of space can allow them to pivot their hand and unravel the submission.

Inside the University 98 - Cross Knee Pass to Kimura

Inside the University 98 - Cross Knee Pass to Kimura

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In this lesson we string a chain of attacks and combine a successful knee cross pass to attack the kimura.