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BJJ Technique | Omoplata from Opponents Armbar Escape #2

Posted on July 12, 2012 by Jon Briggs | 1 Comment

Have you ever wondered what to do when your opponent is caught in an armbar but starts to rotate out of it? Hit an Omoplata FOOL! 

Brandon Mullins is back AGAIN to teach you how to turn that missed opportunity into some good times. Learn to turn a failed armbar into an Omoplata that creates the perfect situation for a tap while stylin' and profilin'. WHOOOO!

Enjoy your pants, enjoy your training.

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BJJ Technique | Omoplata from Opponents Armbar Escape #1

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August 20, 2012

I guess balance is key as in all thnigs. I’m with you on that fact that position is best for long term success. Or rather perfect fundamentals: base, posture, pressure, grips, etc.But I think going for submissions, while reckless at first, is a way to learn where the openings are. So for example when I get to someone’s back and settle, it’s much harder to get the submission from that point, but if I pick up the submission on the way to the back, in the transition, it’s theoretically easier

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