Mike Fowler Hafa Adai – Unstoppable Arm-Bar BJJ

7 Responses to “Mike Fowler Hafa Adai – Unstoppable Arm-Bar BJJ”

  1. Dave says:

    The part of the armbar I am having the most trouble with is breaking a good gable grip. I know that as a beginner, my leg position is not good, but I feel like its more than that. How do you deal with that? Or do you simply look for something else?

  2. With reference to Mike Fowler’s Unstoppable Armbar notice that his right arm is between the guys arms. This creates space and helps alot. Now the gable grip should not be a problem. Mainly concentrate on the wrist and not the grip it self. Also pay attention to which hand is on top.

    For example if the arm that is being arm bared is the hand on top in the gable grip, use your forearm of the hand inside and your hips and legs to break the grip.

    No say the arm being armbar has the gable grip but is underneath ( palm up) then make sure that as you break the arm you apply an americana with your motion. If you pay attention when the opponent grabs like that the elbow begins to buckle into that direction.

    The devil is in the detail.

  3. Orlando Castillo says:

    I love Arm-Bars.
    Im goin to take Mike’s advices nd apply ’em when I get a chance.

  4. David Mercado says:

    Fist i wan to thank Roberto Torralbas for sending me the website. Thank you verry much io am new to the sport and its a great info on how to become a better fighter. THIRD LAW BJJ NAPLES FLORIDA

  5. Greg says:

    I plan on trying this armbar tonight in the white belt basics class. This arm bar looks nice! I wanna call this the Invisible Arm Bar. Thank you for teaching me this technique!

  6. Lorraine says:

    This video did not play.

  7. Brulito says:

    Hey Roberto- when u click on this, it says the video isn’t available anymore. Can u fix that?

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