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  1. Aesopian is offline

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    I found a video that beautifully shows how to cross the arm back for the reverse omoplata:

    http://www.grappling.us/samples/grap..._sample_08.mov

    The crucifix choke he does with it is a bonus.

    Other samples here:

    http://www.grappling.us/samples.htm
  2. GoldenJonas is offline

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aesopian
    I found a video that beautifully shows how to cross the arm back for the reverse omoplata:

    http://www.grappling.us/samples/grap..._sample_08.mov

    The crucifix choke he does with it is a bonus.

    Other samples here:

    http://www.grappling.us/samples.htm
    Thank you.
  3. Kengou is offline

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    That's actually really helpful. I'm tempted to actually try this crazy reverse-omoplata of death next time I roll.
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    "Puta Merda Batman!" I was training that move just last week with a blue belt. Working the move from the "spider guard" and from a standing position. Me and him were thinking that the move would bust our shoulders or even our elbows( when done wrong), but after the first ten minutes it was training as always.

    Somehow I still have a tough time working from the "spider guard" and doing that reverse omoplata. It's a combination of lack of experience and utter terror of hurting a fellow training partner.:5headache
  5. Pinky is offline

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aesopian
    I found a video that beautifully shows how to cross the arm back for the reverse omoplata:

    http://www.grappling.us/samples/grap..._sample_08.mov

    The crucifix choke he does with it is a bonus.

    Other samples here:

    http://www.grappling.us/samples.htm
    There's one more part to the combination that you can do with it. I've done 4 attacks from that position, and 3 from no gi. You can probably add a triangle into the mix, but that's extremely hard and he has to dump you.

    The move I'm talking about is the leg armbar. After you triangle your legs for the reverse omaplata set up, quickly thrust your hips like your doing an armbar and instant submission.

    Peace

    All moves from the crucifix setup:

    1. collar choke
    2. rear naked
    3. triangle armbar
    4. reverse omaplata
    5. triangle choke (all in succession for a pretty viscious WTF combo) if you miss the armbar he escapes by setting himself up for the omaplata.
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    Did you tell everyone about the Reverse Omoplata/WWII connection?
  7. Boyd is offline
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aesopian
    I found a video that beautifully shows how to cross the arm back for the reverse omoplata:

    http://www.grappling.us/samples/grap..._sample_08.mov

    The crucifix choke he does with it is a bonus.

    Other samples here:

    http://www.grappling.us/samples.htm
    e-Kisses to you for posting that link!
    It has never failed me once I've gotten the arm out!
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    Aesopian,

    Awesome work. Any other setups?

    -Charles
  10. pelleteuse is offline

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    Hi , im really impressed by the reverse omoplata details so far ...

    Heres ricardo de la riva explaining it :
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oVV5QVeazDk


    The reverse omoplata in the 2005 european judo championships :
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oF9vZobMtnM

    And finally the flying reverse omolplata ( Nino x Margarida )
    http://rapidshare.de/files/17741538/nino-1.wmv.html

    :besos:
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