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11/30/12 3:08 AM
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Brian McLaughlin
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"The Heisman" this actually gives 3 options off the same set up
11/30/12 3:33 AM
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Unusual but very interesting. Thanx for posting that.
11/30/12 7:33 AM
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11/30/12 9:37 AM
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11/30/12 10:45 AM
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I use this one all the time.

Robinho introduced me to the concept when I took a private with him. I have a whole sequence of stuff from here.

One thing that you'll run into is when guys get hip to it they'll start walking their legs around your head.

Thats when you go the firemans

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7t3dG_8-j54
11/30/12 1:13 PM
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I do this with gi grip in their armpit by baiting giving them the far arm for keylock
11/30/12 4:24 PM
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Brian - one of the blue belts trainign w/ us trains at your spot when he's back home.... i did this to him and he smiled and after the roll asked if i do that a lot. he mentioned you love that escape. i love it too. killing that crossface to that sweep is awesome.
11/30/12 5:45 PM
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Brian McLaughlin
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PayItForward - Brian - one of the blue belts trainign w/ us trains at your spot when he's back home.... i did this to him and he smiled and after the roll asked if i do that a lot. he mentioned you love that escape. i love it too. killing that crossface to that sweep is awesome.

Nice, what's his name?

11/30/12 6:03 PM
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11/30/12 6:05 PM
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it's Kosta.
12/1/12 5:25 PM
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always love learning escapes

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12/1/12 5:51 PM
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Marcelo does this a lot.
12/1/12 6:54 PM
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deepu - Marcelo does this a lot.

yeah. And when the opponent switches base and faces your legs, he has the follow up where he spreads his legs apart, cups over the opponents top trap and backward shoulder rolls into side control.
12/1/12 7:49 PM
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This is a great move and a big part of the sit up escape system. I prefer to push on the back of the elbow instead of the armpit, but that's just me. Phone Post
12/1/12 10:58 PM
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Practiced this a longgggggg time ago but forgot the details.

Thanks! Phone Post
12/2/12 11:05 PM
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Using this all the time nowadays because of watching him roll, but I see an adjustment that I need to make, Marcelo is the king :-) Phone Post
12/3/12 5:34 PM
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^ Definitely a good counter for MMA!

(Also works quite well as an Americana counter and against Judoka who pin with the Yoko Shiho Gatame variant where they "hug" the far arm).
12/5/12 12:42 AM
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Brian McLaughlin
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The move is actually much easier to pull off in MMA since they create the space by trying to hit you. Javier Vazquez has the sickest bottom side game for MMA, he broke down his SES system at my gym a while back during a seminar.  

12/5/12 11:39 AM
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Wicked. A position i need a lot of practice escaping. Will try tonight at training. Thanks!
12/5/12 1:55 PM
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12/6/12 11:09 AM
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12/6/12 10:17 PM
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Never heard it called the heisman but have used it for a while. This works even when giving up a lot of weight. Its a simple move that people mess up by overcomplicating. Phone Post
12/8/12 1:10 PM
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12/9/12 2:22 PM
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i avoid extending my arms like that......has armbar written all over it....to me atleast.....in regards to brian's
12/9/12 3:39 PM
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The armbar is really only there if the top guy goes to knee on belly, but if they stay in side control you are safe.  It actually helps get the escape when they attempt the armbar.


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