Posted On:1/12/2004 9:21am
Can anybody suggest a nifty way of getting out of an arm bar after it has been 'locked on?' (other than biting/pinching).
Posted On:1/12/2004 9:28am
biting and pinching will not get you out of an armbar.
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Posted On:1/12/2004 9:29am
Against a newb you can sometimes roll the direction they are going backwards. Anybody with a clue will just roll with you and apply it upside down.
Posted On:1/12/2004 9:31am
by "locked in" i assumed the opportunity to roll had already passed
Posted On:1/12/2004 9:47am
There is a reason it's called a submission.
Posted On:1/12/2004 10:16am
i just remembered the ultimate armbar escape, in fact in works almost every time against any submission...
TAP OUT !!!!
Posted On:1/12/2004 10:23am
Style: SECRET DEADLY
Is the armbar applied standing or on the ground ?
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Do you really train or just bore people on message boards and parties talking about it.
Posted On:1/12/2004 11:29am
Sorry Kempocos I should have been more clear - I am assuming both parties are on the ground.... and the opponent is ignoring your tap-out!
Posted On:1/12/2004 11:34am
Style: Jing Jun Kwan Hapkido
1. channel mystical chi.
2. shoot fire out of fingertips, killing opponent.
3. meditate on the meaning of life high in the mountains of tibet.
seriously though, it depends on exactly how your opponent is applying the lock.. you might be able to reach around with your other arm and rake at the crotch, depdning on exact positions. i've never had to worry much about getting out of armbars using a technique. i just generally keep fighting... i'm double jointed, so i don't feel armbars until my elbow is nearly dislocated, so i can keep beating the hell out of my opponents legs and essentially just yanking away. that wouldn't work on the street, of course, but it's just the way i tend to respond.
Seeker of Truth
Posted On:1/12/2004 11:53am
Style: Five Animal Fighting
Asking how to get out an arm bar after it is locked in is like asking how to block a punch after it has hit your face.
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