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Old 05-09-2007, 10:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Submition options

So I'm getting ready for a tournament in 2 months so I'm going to focus on my take downs and a few submitions. I saw the submition show case thread and got some ideas. Can some of you guys list some good submitions from each position.


top rear mounted position
bottom rear mounted position
mounted position
knee on belly position
side control position
kesagatame
turtle position
you in their half guard
you in their guard
your guard
your half guard
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Old 05-10-2007, 10:00 AM   #2 (permalink)
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top rear mounted position
RNC (obviously)
Armbars and triangles from the back are really good if you can manage to work yourself up onto the upper back

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bottom rear mounted position
Armdrag to an armbar (if their hooks are loose)
Really just focus on getting out of this position, though you can also use a wrist rotation called Sankyo to help set up an armbar'

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mounted position
From top:
Armbar
Keylock
Kimura (roll to full guard to lock it in)
Straight choke
Guillotine (if you opponent tries to snake out of your mount, they have to lift their neck up, and if you catch the guillotine you can roll to full guard to sink it in)
From bottom:
Leg reversal (by throwing your legs up in the air) to anklelock or toehold
Slide out frontside to spider guard to triangle or armbar

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knee on belly position
Roll your opponent of you, set up side control and armbar
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side control position
Armbar
Keylock

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kesagatame

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turtle position
Top:
RNC
Force out an arm for armbar
Bottom:
Armdrag to armbar

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you in their half guard
Keylock
Straight choke

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you in their guard
Straight choke (hopefully it loosens up the guard so you can pass)
Can opener

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your guard
Cross body armbar
Belly down armbar
triangle
(drill the cross body and the triangle alot, because they are really useful in grappling competitions)

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your half guard
Rolling to the backside toehold
Taking back with hooks
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Old 05-10-2007, 09:11 PM   #3 (permalink)
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top rear mounted position
as ironman said, rnc, armbars (triangle armbar)& triangles can be applied by stepping over. there are many lapel chokes such as cross lock, (rnc) samurai choke, single wing, sliding collar, you can roll into crucifix

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bottom rear mounted position
main focus would be escape, but if i see feet cross or body lock(fig4)i will go for a ankle lock sub.

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mounted position
see side control

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knee on belly position
i may attack the arm bar if they attempt to escape rolling the wrong way. in most cases this is a position
to make it uncomfrotable to force him to open himself up, i use the pant & lapel grip and straighten my back to apply massive pressure to his belly/chest/gut to make it so he can't rest.

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side control position
see your guard

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kesagatame
i go for armbars once in a bit, using my legs or i sit into them for a cross body armbar. i have tried to arm triangle from here but i feel outside of the armbars this is more of a transitionmove for me or if judo rules i will use as a pin.

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turtle position
i generally don't do subs, from here, but i feel very safe in this position(due to judo), i can defend very well from here, but offensive wise i pull guard, pull in a single, grab an arm and shoulder throw, sometimes i will roll foward to get space to stand.

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you in their half guard
i have pulled off sleave chokes, cross lepel chokes, but mostly i am trying to free my leg to get a more dominate position.

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you in their guard
since i started bjj i have been taught a few leg locks, after i break guard i fall back into achilles lock, but most of the time i am trying to get out...... oh i once tapped a guy that was attacking a triangle from here and i stacked him and got a tap

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your guard
too many to list...

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your half guard
i am looking to pull full guard from here, but sometimes knee bar, kimura, calf slicer
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Old 05-11-2007, 04:39 PM   #5 (permalink)
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if someone turtles up work an anaconda choke
if you cant get a choke then go for there back.

people turtle on me all the time and i try to make them pay


im not gonna do some detailed explanation of everything your asking for........youll never remember what i say.
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Old 05-11-2007, 08:54 PM   #6 (permalink)
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I love how you spelled submissions, but good luck at the tournement. I don't know what is with me, but I can not explain technique great over the internet.
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Old 05-12-2007, 10:53 AM   #7 (permalink)
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I always work for a Gogo and Oma Plata when in guard... flexibility is key for that move
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Hmmm... There are a numerous amount of possibilities for each position. Let's see what I could come up with.

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top rear mounted position
RNC
Exorcist Neck Crank/Choke
Dragon Sleeper/Neck Crank
Triangle Choke or Triangle Armbar
The Twister
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bottom rear mounted position
I agree that you want to get out of this position as soon as possible, but here are a few:
If their arms are high around your neck, you can go for a straight Armbar against your head or shoulder, and there's the inverted/reverse Anaconda/Braboa Choke.
If their arms are around your waist, you have the Straight Armbar, Kimura (if you can shuck one of the hooks), or Rolling Kneebar.
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mounted position
IronMan pretty much covered everything, but I will add:
Arm Triangle
Shoulder Neck Crank
Forearm/Axe Choke
Stacking Neck Crank
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knee on belly position
Armbar if they reach up to push you off (nearside and farside) otherwise make it uncomfortable for your opponent so that you can move to full mount or side control.
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side control position
D'Arce Choke
Prybar Kneck Crank
Kimura
Straight Armbar
Chasing Short Arm Scissors/Biceps Slicer
Nearside Short Arm Scissors/Shoulder Cranks
Toe Hold off of threatening a mount/knee on belly
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kesagatame
Armbar with the legs
Americana with the legs (and combine with headlock/neck crank or farside Americana)
Bas Rutten Neck Crank
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turtle position
Bottom Side Armbar or crawfish out of their ASAP
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you in their half guard
Hips Through Knee Bar
Turning Knee Bar
Turning Toe Hold
Turning Calf Slicer
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you in their guard
Break Guard and go with Achilles/Foot Lock or Heel Hook
Standing Guard Pass to Knee Bar
Standing Guard Pass to Calf Slicer
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your guard
Arm Triangle
Triangle Choke
Arm Bar
Kimura
Sweep to a better position
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your half guard
Sweep to a better position
Arm Triangle

If you need examples or explanations, just ask. I'll try to find videos to help explain.
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