Armbars

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Armbars
  • Standing Omoplata

    This is an attack from the standing position to the shoulder Lock Submission. Essentially you are giving up on being normal and want to attack without pulling guard. It is not so much a flying attack as it is an attack that originates from the heart of the creating chaos theory. Have Fun!

  • Evolution of the Flying Attack Part 3

    This is the final installment of the evolution of the flying attack. Here you grow wings, learn to fly and destroy your opponent with air ops! Have fun and happy hunting...

  • Evolution of the Flying Attack Part 2

    The is the 2nd installment of the Evolution of the Flying Attack. Here you learn to move away from your opponent to pull them into the attack at the mid level between you, your opponent and the mat.

  • Evolution Of The Flying Attack Part 1

    This is part 1 of a 3 part series on how to develop a flying attack. This approach allows the student to increase their awareness and overall capability learning at their own pace.

  • Near Wrist Domination Part 2

    Here Dave uses a straight jacket effect by controlling his opponent's wrists. That forces vulnerability and subjects the opponent to an Armlock!

  • Half Guard - 3/4 Mount to Monoplata Armbar

    Matt Darcy shows how he finishes the monoplata twisting armlock when your opponent grabs around you hip.

    Date: 11/29/2018
    Instructor: Matt Darcy
    Location: Guerrilla Jiu-Jitsu San Jose

  • Closed Guard - Sleeve Drag System Part 4 - Shredder Armlock

    Matt Darcy teaches part for of the sleeve drag system. This is a nasty armlock when your opponent disallows the back take and sweep.

    Date: 10/29/2018
    Instructor: Matt Darcy
    Location: Guerrilla Jiu-Jitsu San Jose

  • Beginner's Essential's - Closed Guard Armbar - Dave Camarillo Variation

    Matt shows a variation of the closed guard armbar that Dave Camarillo uses. It is extremely tight against people who like to posture out.

    Date: 10/29/2018
    Instructor: Matt Darcy
    Location: Guerrilla Jiu-Jitsu San Jose

  • Closed Guard - Sleeve Drag Series Part 3.5 - Wrist Lock to Armbar

    Matt Darcy teaches a little extra piece to the wrist lock. When your opponent pushes on their hand to defend the wrist lock, pivot into the armbar.

    Date: 10/24/2018
    Instructor: Matt Darcy
    Location: Guerrilla Jiu-Jitsu San Jose

  • Q&A - Tornado Guard Part 1 - Sweep and Armbar

    Matt Darcy answers a students question about Tornado Guard. Luckily Matt used to play this a lot. He show how to set up the sweep and armbar in part 1.

    Date: 10/10/2018
    Instructor: Matt Darcy
    Location: Guerrilla Jiu-Jitsu San Jose

  • Closed Guard - Lapel Wrap System Part 5 - Defeat the Sao Paolo Pass

    Matt Darcy teaches how to use the lapel wrap system from closed guard to counter the Sao Paolo pass.

    Date: 10/9/2018
    Instructor: Matt Darcy
    Location: Guerrilla Jiu-Jitsu San Jose

  • Closed Guard - Lapel Wrap System Part 4 - Arm Destroyer Wrist Lock

    Matt Darcy teaches part 4 of the system. If the opponent blocks the second choking arm Matt will trap the wrist and coil his body to lock the wrist.

    Date: 10/9/2018
    Instructor: Matt Darcy
    Location: Guerrilla Jiu-Jitsu San Jose

  • S-Mount - Untie the Defense and Finish the Armlock on Top

    Matt Darcy shows his favorite way to finish the armlock from the s mount. He shows two ways to untie the opponents defense to have a clear path to finish the arm.

    Date: 9/26/2018
    Instructor: Matt Darcy
    Location: Guerrilla Jiu-Jitsu San Jose

  • Beginner's Essential's - Kimura to Armlock from Side Control

    Matt Darcy teaches how to transition from the Kimura to an armlock using the kimura grip. Matt also teaches how to finish the armlock using the "Flash of the Blade" to rip the arm out and keep the opponent from stacking.

    Date: 9/19/2018
    Instructor: Matt Darcy
    Location: Guerrilla Jiu-Jitsu S...

  • Standard Armlock Position (SAP) - Kimura Entry from Side Control

    Matt Darcy teaches how to use the kimura armlock entry to transition into the SAP system against tough opponents.

    Date: 9/19/2018
    Instructor: Matt Darcy
    Location: Guerrilla Jiu-Jitsu San Jose

  • Standard Armlock Position (SAP) - Silverado Finish

    Matt Darcy teaches a powerful armbar defense break Eddie Bravo named the silverado. Before Eddie named it it was a sneaky move people did in judo. This comes from the leg side with a post position in SAP.

    Date: 9/5/2018
    Instructor: Matt Darcy
    Location: Guerrilla Jiu-Jitsu San Jose

  • Standard Armlock Position (SAP) - Dead Man Kimura Finish

    Matt Darcy teaches how he finishes from the head side with a post position in SAP. He connects the arm to his body using a kimura grip and falls to his shoulder.

    Date: 9/5/2018
    Instructor: Matt Darcy
    Location: Guerrilla Jiu-Jitsu San Jose

  • Chopping Block System - "Armhunter" Near Side Armlock Setup

    Matt Darcy shows how to hit the "Armhunter" Near Side Armlock when your opponent tries to defend the Brabo Choke in the Chopping Block System.

    Date: 8/29/2018
    Instructor: Matt Darcy
    Location: Guerrilla Jiu-Jitsu San Jose

  • Side Control - "Armhunter" Near Side Armlock

    Matt Darcy teaches a sweet near side armlock he learned from Dan Camarillo. We can also do this set up from the Chopping Block System.

    Date: 8/28/2018
    Instructor: Matt Darcy
    Location: Guerrilla Jiu-Jitsu San Jose

  • Standard Armlock Position (SAP) - Pit Stop and the Fulcrum Finish

    Matt Darcy teaches his favorite position in the SAP system. This position is his favorite because of the safe guard. Holding the leg traps the opponent there. It doesn't allow them to make base to stack or run away to escape. Plus the fulcrum finish is one of the most powerful defense breaks ...

  • Standard Armlock Position (SAP) - Head Side and Leg Side with a Post Control

    Matt Darcy teaches the control aspects of the first two positions in the standard armlock position. This is a Guerrilla Jiu-Jitsu Staple finishing System.

    Date: 8/20/18
    Instructor: Matt Darcy
    Location: Guerrilla Jiu-Jitsu San Jose

  • Killer De La Riva

    Daves Killer De La Riva is an oldie but goodie. It is an aggressive take on one of the most dynamic sweeps in Jiu-Jitsu. When performed with smoothness and speed this sweep is next to impossible to stop!

    Dave finishes with a attacking transition to the back.

  • Deathtrap Dungeon Closed Guard Attacks

    Deathtrap Dungeon is Daves name for his super aggressive closed guard attack system. It is a great display of overwhelming an opponent by overloading their system. Take your time developing speed with this system and you will get the most out of the lesson! Happy hunting!

  • Tomoe Nage to Armlock

    Here Dave shows his competition Tomoe Nage Sacrifice throw. He uses this to negate the differences in weight between him and larger opponents. It is also a very powerful means to gain an attacking guard position. He combines his throw with a transition to the Double Attack from the Mounted positi...