Triangled Armbar – Opponent in Side Mount



Generally, Being stuck on the bottom with your opponent in Side Mount is considered a disadvantage.

Usually he’ll be in a far better position to control, strike and submit you – this can be quite intimidating when you first start out.

That’s why it’s essential to get comfortable in these so called ‘less dominant’ positions.

You’ll want to familiarise yourself with techniques that allow you to defend well, control his posture and position, escapes, transitions, reversals, effective strikes and of course, submissions.

Today we’re focusing on one of those submissions – The Triangled Armbar – with your opponent in Side Mount.

Like any new technique, it’s not necessarily easy to execute but it is very simple in in methodology and very effective if used correctly.

Check out the video for full instructions on how to secure this awesome technique.

After the video, let me know your thoughts and concerns. What other techniques would you like to learn or improve? Post your comments below and I’ll get back to you as soon as I can.

Thanks for watching.

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