The Arm Sling - Charlie Liu / Tap Cancer Out [On Demand]

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The Arm Sling - Charlie Liu / Tap Cancer Out [On Demand]
Format: Digitsu On Demand
Languages: English
Streaming Format: 270p, 480p, 720p
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At the start of Digitsu, Tap Cancer Out was also in its infancy. Through the years, my relationship with Jon Thomas, the founder of TOC, has grown through mutual respect and our shared love for the brothers and sisters of the Jiu Jitsu community.

The Arm Sling is a passion project that I've had for a long time. John Danaher first showed me the position and I've developed a system of submissions from this old school judo control technique.

The Arm Sling is a position that renders one of your opponent's limbs immobilized in order for you to attack them from multiple angles. Many of the submissions/transitions came from instructors and friends such as Renzo Gracie, Marcelo Garcia, Matt Serra, Nick Serra, Shawn Williams, Dan Simmler, Vicente Junior and Lucas Lepri. I hope you like the position and can incorporate some of these techniques into your game.

100% of the proceeds from this on-demand instruction will go to Tap Cancer Out. Please support the cause.

Techniques Included:

  1. Introduction
  2. Kuzure Kesa Gatame
  3. Side Triangle
  4. Top Side Crucifix
  5. Kimura
  6. The Arm Sling
  7. Bread Cutter
  8. Bow And Arrow
  9. Bow And Arrow 2
  10. Crucifix Entrance
  11. Gi Choke and Neck Crank
  12. Triangle
  13. Rolling Omoplata
  14. North South Choke
  15. Back Take
  16. Twister / Banana Split
  17. Back Take 2
  18. Triple Attack Triangle

Average rating: (4.7 out of 5)

5 of 5 Stars! by JPJiuJitsu on 07/25/2018
I love the sequences in this video! Very strong, very technical, and very effective techniques starting from one of my favorite ways to hold the side control position. This is a very intelligently laid out series of moves from beginning to end! If you haven't picked this up, you need to now! Your game is truly missing out by not having this in your library! I love this one! This one is easily up there as one of my favorites!