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post #61 of 96 (permalink) Old 08-20-2010, 01:25 PM
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Sometimes' it's the subs that don't require intricate skills that are the most effective - guillotines happen and guillotines work! The skill is trying to GTF out of one! I got sloppy and got g'tillened and got my fricking adams apple crushed so hard that I couldn't swallow for two weeks, watch out for them!

You're right. Getting out of them require a lot of skills. It is just that I have had problems executing one.

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Now that I'm actually get into submission fighting. I can finally post in this thread, excited!

a) Favorite has to be the Arm Triangle. It still illudes me but I love that feeling as I'm setting it up, then that moment when I shoot out to the side and sinch it...makes me all tingly!

b) Best has to be armbar, its where I have had the most success, but haven't been able to sink it lately which is bothersome...

c) Worst submission has to be triangle choke. I have legs too short for my body and a long torso which makes succeeding with the triangle rather difficult!



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I've always loved amrbar's and RNC's.

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Heel hook!! its so rare and can be devastating and crippling if done correctly.


I admit i dont like being on my back with a guy in my guard. Not trying to sound like chael here but i like to be aggressive and on the offense all the time. and when the guard opens up lean back into it and crank the heel. hard and risky to pull of but awesome when you do.

if i had to pick one off my back though it would be the gogoplata.

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Favourite Submission: Triangle Choke
Best Submission: Triangle Choke
Worst Submission: Guillotine Choke they take no skill to put in and they can pull them out of anywhere

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c) Worst submission has to be triangle choke. I have legs too short for my body and a long torso which makes succeeding with the triangle rather difficult!
not to hijack or anything, but are you angling your hips out when you try to lock in the Triangle. it makes it harder for the target to escape and also decreases the amount of thier body that is 'in' the trinagle to finish. it's marginal but when you have short legs every little bit helps

This has probubly been mentioned before but I didn't want to read through the whole thing, my favorit submission to use is probubly the Kimura
Off the top of my head it's the only submission you can litterally attempt from basically any position. YOu can even use it as a takedown, and it doubles as the first step in a sweep as well.
I mean you can hit it from Guard you can hit it from any Top position (Mount CrossBody NorthSouth) and can even catch a newb with it when they are on your Back!
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not to hijack or anything, but are you angling your hips out when you try to lock in the Triangle. it makes it harder for the target to escape and also decreases the amount of thier body that is 'in' the trinagle to finish. it's marginal but when you have short legs every little bit helps
Yeah I know proper technique. I just have legs too short to sink it on my sparring partner. However this has led me to actually develop better technique. I specifically learned a Judo technique which is a failed triangle-leg hook-body sweep-armbar since I can still threaten against an opponent, I just am less likely to be able to sink it.



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Yeah I know proper technique. I just have legs too short to sink it on my sparring partner. However this has led me to actually develop better technique. I specifically learned a Judo technique which is a failed triangle-leg hook-body sweep-armbar since I can still threaten against an opponent, I just am less likely to be able to sink it.
is your sparring partner in your same weightclass
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is your sparring partner in your same weightclass
Yes. Smallish (approx. 220lb) heavyweight.



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