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    ooooo had to hurt Wiegieboard's Avatar
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    Default Armbar completion before the hips raise.

    Does anyone have or know of any videos I can look at where in competition, someone has taken an armbar and successfully applied it without having to fully lean back and/or raise their hips.
    I remember back in the old days when I used to watch the good guys roll and pull this off because their tech was so great.
    Any help would be greatly appreciated.
    Even links to vids with memorable and great armbars would be real helpful.

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    I've seen Braulio and Roger nail them from high guards, hardly having to lift their hips at all. Doubt I can find the clips though, sorry mate.
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    I'll do a search. Cheers dude.
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    If u want armbars..then search for neil adams..the king of armlocks in british judo..his technique was pretty flawless..

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    Ive seen victor estima do it on youtube and ive been lucky to see him do it at our club seminar lol it is more of a bodymechanic armbar, tie the arm off at elbow point with your forearm then grip your opposite under armpit gi and just sit back and clench knees together no need to raise hips. Youtube victor standing armbar thats another good one.
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