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www.TrainFightWin**** This is a basic straight armbar from the mount position. It is being demonstrated with three different setups.
15 Dec 2007
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www.TrainFightWin**** This is the farside Armbar from the side mount position.
21 Dec 2007
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www.TrainFightWin**** This is a farside armbar setup from the Knee on Chest Position.
22 Dec 2007
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www.TrainFightWin**** This is a nice bicep cutter that you can use when your opponent is defending the armbar.
22 Dec 2007
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www.TrainFightWin**** This is a nice Triangle setup for when your opponent tries to counter the armbar.
22 Dec 2007
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www.TrainFightWin**** This is a double Armbar setup from the S-Mount
23 Dec 2007
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www.TrainFightWin**** This is an armbar setup for when you are underneath your opponent's Side Mount.
23 Dec 2007
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www.TrainFightWin**** This is a nice armbar escape that lands you in an armbar of your own.
31 Dec 2007
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www.TrainFightWin**** This is a variation of a flying armbar, and is consists of more "falling" than "flying" for the setup.
1 Jan 2008
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www.TrainFightWin**** This is a 360 armbar (aka Dummy Armbar) from the Mount position.
1 Jan 2008
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www.TrainFightWin**** This is an armbar setup that can transition nicely into an Omo-Plata from the Guard position.
2 Jan 2008
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www.TrainFightWin**** This is a belly down armbar escape.
9 Jan 2008
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www.TrainFightWin**** This is a nice escape from the armbar with a variation setup.
9 Jan 2008
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*******www.TrainFightWin**** This video shows a way to continue an armbar attack from the guard position even if your opponent frees the first arm.
9 Nov 2008
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*******www.TrainFightWin**** This is another option that you have off of the setup for the Peruvian necktie. Sometimes your opponent will feel the Peruvian coming and will try a wrestler's sit out or will generally defend the Peruvian Necktie. This option allows you to overcome that with a farside armbar.
23 Mar 2009
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