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The Straight Armlock Anthology by Lachlan Giles

Attack The Arms With Systematic, Detailed Submission Threats From ADCC Medalist Lachlan Giles & Learn The Best Ways To Use Some Of Grappling’s Most Common and Effective Straight Armocks
  • Combine straight arm locks, armbars, choi bars, and more to finish more submission holds and threaten your opponents more often
  • Find armlocks from common grappling positions like side control, closed guard, back attacks, open guard, and more
  • Lachlan Giles is an ADCC Absolute bronze medalist, with one of the most legendary runs to the podium ever, and one of BJJ Fanatics’s most in-demand instructors
  • Watch Lachlan roll with his students and narrate how he is applying these systems so you can watch the techniques in action                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  

Course Content

Volume 1

Overview - Intro 0
How to train 1:26
The mindset of finishing 2:28
Two types of armbar - Standard and cutting 3:37
Two entry methods 4:42
Standard armbar procedure 6:02
Armbar from mount - Basic 10:10
Armbar from guard - Basic 15:54
Positional hierarchy and entry points 21:25
Shoulder and wrist - Two points of rotation 27:46
The armbar vs back pain 31:23
Finishing the armbar - How they may escape 34:05
Controlling the end of the lever 37:46
Leg control and position 44:59
Preventing the elbow slipping 55:10
Defending the hitchhiker 57:46
Defending the leg trap 1:06:37
Defending the stack 1:12:50
Defending the turn away 1:14:52
Defending the reverse hitchhiker 1:17:06
Reverse hitchhiker counter 2 - Broomstick armbar 1:22:42
Counter the leg sit 1:25:57
Summary finishing the armbar 1:28:26
How to train your finish 1:32:28

Volume 2

Breaking grips - Overview 0
Breaking hand to hand grips 4:21
Triangle vs hand to hand 14:36
RNC grip break - Standard 19:19
RNC grip variant breaks 28:31
Breaking grips with your legs 33:58
Gi grip breaks 36:53
Preventing the get up 39:26
Countering the get up 42:56
When they grip their leg 47:55
Summary breaking grips 54:04
Belly down armbar - Entries to the belly down position 57:33
Opponents options 58:46
Standard sequence 1:01:35
Preventing your opponent posturing 1:03:52
Control with your arms 1:10:00
Leg position and battles 1:17:14
Rolling them to supine 1:25:18
Offense - Free the arm to armbar 1:28:31
Roll to armbar 1:32:35
Isolating the arm from the kimura grip 1:37:23
Countering their roll through 1:38:26
Countering the stepover 1:40:57
Countering when they grab their leg 1:43:47
Counter when they posture and pull you toward closed guard 1:46:24
Counter freeing the elbow 1:48:49
Counter they pin your leg 1:50:18
Counter they pin your arm with their knee 1:54:40
Summary belly down armbar 1:56:26
Recap end stage positions - Drills 1:58:11
Narrated rolling Finishes 2:01:07

Volume 3

Mount - Mount to S Mount - Opening the elbow 0
Mount to S mount - Climbing higher 5:29
S mount to armbar 10:09
S mount belly down armbar 17:18
Armbar vs get up 21:48
Closed Guard - Two different set ups 24:37
Major control points 25:35
Getting the arm across 29:33
Arm across gi considerations 36:57
Getting to high guard 42:03
Getting to high guard gi variant 46:12
Options from high guard 48:34
Armbar from high guard 49:41
Armbar vs stack - Flower sweep 59:14
Armbar vs stack - Spinunder 1:03:49
Armbar vs low posture - Spinover 1:09:22
Fast armbar standing 1:12:36
Overhook armbar 1:14:45
Summary armbars from closed guard 1:16:39

Volume 4

Side control - Far armbar from side control 0
Armbar from knee on belly 13:52
Near armbar from side control 17:21
Back Entries - Armbar from the back supine 21:38
Spinover armbar from tripod 28:57
Spinunder armbar from tripod 33:23
Less common entries - T kimura to armbar 38:53
Omoplata to armbar 45:52
50/50 armbar 50:28
Recap armbar entries - Drills 53:18
Entries to standard armbar 58:15
Overview Choi bar and shoulder crunch - Overview - Choi bar shoulder crunch 1:11:48
Choi bar nomenclature 1:16:06
Grip variants 1:17:35

Volume 5

Half butterfly - Overview of options 0
Primary sequence - Half butterfly to shoulder crunch 1:12
Entries - Baiting the crossface 4:25
Entries - Hand on knee 5:50
Entries - Sit up and grab the head 9:47
Entries - Arm drag grip set up 11:28
Trade off between entry and risk 13:49
It's a feel based move 15:47
The crossface... is it good or bad 16:18
Fighting for the knee line 19:27
Kimura grip vs Choi bar 21:39
Elbow open 24:20
Shoulder position 25:42
Keeping the arm 27:46
Scouring - Trunk and leg work 35:17
Clarification on upper body pressure 38:20
Half butterfly to shoulder crunch 41:07
Half butterfly to choi bar 46:26
Threatening the choi bar and shoulder crunch 59:25
Head and arm to shoulder crunch 1:01:38
Summary half butterfly 1:05:44

Volume 6

Shoulder crunch - Overview 0
Entries covered in other sections 1:40
Butterfly entry 2:43
Half butterfly to near side shoulder crunch 7:31
Keep them to the far side 10:58
How to grip 12:37
Controlling with your legs 19:00
Cutting armbar 23:30
Far side butterfly sweep 33:15
Near side butterfly sweep 38:30
Shoulder crunch to choi bar 43:40
Summary Shoulder crunch 49:19
Choi bar and open guard - Intro to section 50:51
Standard choi bar from open guard 52:13
Opponents options 54:10
How to grip 56:53
Breaking posture before swinging the leg 1:00:02
Choi bar vs toreando 1:05:37
Fast armbar from K guard 1:14:07
Choi bar from K guard 1:16:09
K guard to closed guard head arm 1:20:53
DLR to Choi bar 1:23:19
Choi bar vs double unders 1:30:37
Troubleshooting - They posture out 1:35:39
Troubleshooting - They rotate their arm to free it 1:37:20
Troubleshooting - They step over your head 1:38:28
Troubleshooting - They crowd you 1:40:18
Troubleshooting - They duckunder 1:41:29
Troubleshooting - They pin your leg 1:42:41
Troubleshooting - They go to near side knee through 1:44:52
Summary choi bar and the guard 1:45:51

Volume 7

Closed guard head arm - Overview 0
How to grip 3:31
Preventing them freeing 6:05
Legwork 11:57
Closed guard to shoulder crunch 15:44
Options when you lose the head 22:05
Summary closed guard head arm 31:46
Mount cutting armbar - Cutting armbar from mount 32:45
Cutting armbar to armbar 49:32

Volume 8

Choi bar from top - Choi bar vs knee shield 0
Choi bar vs deep half 6:02
Choioroll 11:29
Recap choi bar shoulder crunch cutting armbar - Drills 20:41
Choi bar Shoulder crunch Cutting armbar 28:29
Summary The Straight armlock Anthology 53:23

The Straight Armlock Anthology by Lachlan Giles

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Attack The Arms With Systematic, Detailed Submission Threats From ADCC Medalist Lachlan Giles & Learn The Best Ways To Use Some Of Grappling’s Most Common and Effective Straight Armocks
  • Combine straight arm locks, armbars, choi bars, and more to finish more submission holds and threaten your opponents more often
  • Find armlocks from common grappling positions like side control, closed guard, back attacks, open guard, and more
  • Lachlan Giles is an ADCC Absolute bronze medalist, with one of the most legendary runs to the podium ever, and one of BJJ Fanatics’s most in-demand instructors
  • Watch Lachlan roll with his students and narrate how he is applying these systems so you can watch the techniques in action                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  

Course Content

Volume 1

Overview - Intro 0
How to train 1:26
The mindset of finishing 2:28
Two types of armbar - Standard and cutting 3:37
Two entry methods 4:42
Standard armbar procedure 6:02
Armbar from mount - Basic 10:10
Armbar from guard - Basic 15:54
Positional hierarchy and entry points 21:25
Shoulder and wrist - Two points of rotation 27:46
The armbar vs back pain 31:23
Finishing the armbar - How they may escape 34:05
Controlling the end of the lever 37:46
Leg control and position 44:59
Preventing the elbow slipping 55:10
Defending the hitchhiker 57:46
Defending the leg trap 1:06:37
Defending the stack 1:12:50
Defending the turn away 1:14:52
Defending the reverse hitchhiker 1:17:06
Reverse hitchhiker counter 2 - Broomstick armbar 1:22:42
Counter the leg sit 1:25:57
Summary finishing the armbar 1:28:26
How to train your finish 1:32:28

Volume 2

Breaking grips - Overview 0
Breaking hand to hand grips 4:21
Triangle vs hand to hand 14:36
RNC grip break - Standard 19:19
RNC grip variant breaks 28:31
Breaking grips with your legs 33:58
Gi grip breaks 36:53
Preventing the get up 39:26
Countering the get up 42:56
When they grip their leg 47:55
Summary breaking grips 54:04
Belly down armbar - Entries to the belly down position 57:33
Opponents options 58:46
Standard sequence 1:01:35
Preventing your opponent posturing 1:03:52
Control with your arms 1:10:00
Leg position and battles 1:17:14
Rolling them to supine 1:25:18
Offense - Free the arm to armbar 1:28:31
Roll to armbar 1:32:35
Isolating the arm from the kimura grip 1:37:23
Countering their roll through 1:38:26
Countering the stepover 1:40:57
Countering when they grab their leg 1:43:47
Counter when they posture and pull you toward closed guard 1:46:24
Counter freeing the elbow 1:48:49
Counter they pin your leg 1:50:18
Counter they pin your arm with their knee 1:54:40
Summary belly down armbar 1:56:26
Recap end stage positions - Drills 1:58:11
Narrated rolling Finishes 2:01:07

Volume 3

Mount - Mount to S Mount - Opening the elbow 0
Mount to S mount - Climbing higher 5:29
S mount to armbar 10:09
S mount belly down armbar 17:18
Armbar vs get up 21:48
Closed Guard - Two different set ups 24:37
Major control points 25:35
Getting the arm across 29:33
Arm across gi considerations 36:57
Getting to high guard 42:03
Getting to high guard gi variant 46:12
Options from high guard 48:34
Armbar from high guard 49:41
Armbar vs stack - Flower sweep 59:14
Armbar vs stack - Spinunder 1:03:49
Armbar vs low posture - Spinover 1:09:22
Fast armbar standing 1:12:36
Overhook armbar 1:14:45
Summary armbars from closed guard 1:16:39

Volume 4

Side control - Far armbar from side control 0
Armbar from knee on belly 13:52
Near armbar from side control 17:21
Back Entries - Armbar from the back supine 21:38
Spinover armbar from tripod 28:57
Spinunder armbar from tripod 33:23
Less common entries - T kimura to armbar 38:53
Omoplata to armbar 45:52
50/50 armbar 50:28
Recap armbar entries - Drills 53:18
Entries to standard armbar 58:15
Overview Choi bar and shoulder crunch - Overview - Choi bar shoulder crunch 1:11:48
Choi bar nomenclature 1:16:06
Grip variants 1:17:35

Volume 5

Half butterfly - Overview of options 0
Primary sequence - Half butterfly to shoulder crunch 1:12
Entries - Baiting the crossface 4:25
Entries - Hand on knee 5:50
Entries - Sit up and grab the head 9:47
Entries - Arm drag grip set up 11:28
Trade off between entry and risk 13:49
It's a feel based move 15:47
The crossface... is it good or bad 16:18
Fighting for the knee line 19:27
Kimura grip vs Choi bar 21:39
Elbow open 24:20
Shoulder position 25:42
Keeping the arm 27:46
Scouring - Trunk and leg work 35:17
Clarification on upper body pressure 38:20
Half butterfly to shoulder crunch 41:07
Half butterfly to choi bar 46:26
Threatening the choi bar and shoulder crunch 59:25
Head and arm to shoulder crunch 1:01:38
Summary half butterfly 1:05:44

Volume 6

Shoulder crunch - Overview 0
Entries covered in other sections 1:40
Butterfly entry 2:43
Half butterfly to near side shoulder crunch 7:31
Keep them to the far side 10:58
How to grip 12:37
Controlling with your legs 19:00
Cutting armbar 23:30
Far side butterfly sweep 33:15
Near side butterfly sweep 38:30
Shoulder crunch to choi bar 43:40
Summary Shoulder crunch 49:19
Choi bar and open guard - Intro to section 50:51
Standard choi bar from open guard 52:13
Opponents options 54:10
How to grip 56:53
Breaking posture before swinging the leg 1:00:02
Choi bar vs toreando 1:05:37
Fast armbar from K guard 1:14:07
Choi bar from K guard 1:16:09
K guard to closed guard head arm 1:20:53
DLR to Choi bar 1:23:19
Choi bar vs double unders 1:30:37
Troubleshooting - They posture out 1:35:39
Troubleshooting - They rotate their arm to free it 1:37:20
Troubleshooting - They step over your head 1:38:28
Troubleshooting - They crowd you 1:40:18
Troubleshooting - They duckunder 1:41:29
Troubleshooting - They pin your leg 1:42:41
Troubleshooting - They go to near side knee through 1:44:52
Summary choi bar and the guard 1:45:51

Volume 7

Closed guard head arm - Overview 0
How to grip 3:31
Preventing them freeing 6:05
Legwork 11:57
Closed guard to shoulder crunch 15:44
Options when you lose the head 22:05
Summary closed guard head arm 31:46
Mount cutting armbar - Cutting armbar from mount 32:45
Cutting armbar to armbar 49:32

Volume 8

Choi bar from top - Choi bar vs knee shield 0
Choi bar vs deep half 6:02
Choioroll 11:29
Recap choi bar shoulder crunch cutting armbar - Drills 20:41
Choi bar Shoulder crunch Cutting armbar 28:29
Summary The Straight armlock Anthology 53:23

Attack The Arms With Systematic, Detailed Submission Threats From ADCC Medalist Lachlan Giles & Learn The Best Ways To Use Some Of Grappling’s Most Common and Effective Straight Armocks

 

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What Will You Learn?

Troubleshoot each position and attack as Lachlan teaches you how to stay one step ahead of the counters and escapes

Learn the most effective ways to attack the upper body, taught by ADCC medalist and black belt instructor Lachlan Giles on this new 8-part series that shows every detail of these submission systems. Increase your finishing percentage, see how to troubleshoot your way out of common counters and escapes, and get the most breaking power possible on the arms with these lessons in submission grappling mastery.

Lachlan Giles is an incredibly technical black belt, who used his submission systems and tricky game to go on an incredible ADCC absolute run and secure his spot on the podium. As an instructor, Lachlan is recognized as one of BJJ Fanatics’s most thorough and detailed instructors, with hours of systematic content broken down so grapplers of all levels can learn and retain knowledge the best way possible.

Set up and finish armbars from tons of common positions, including Lachlan’s system for troubleshooting and breaking grips that will simplify your life. Get great choi bars and use shoulder crunches to submit and improve position, and set up offense from open guard and half butterfly.

With step-by-step analysis of your options, Lachlan helps give you a conceptual roadmap from each position that you can use for the most systematic and complete armlocks possible. Watch these systems in action as Lachlan includes gym footage of him sparring specifically with these techniques, so you can learn from someone going live and working against resistance.

So, What Exactly Do You Get?

PART 1

OVERVIEW

  • INTRO
  • HOW TO TRAIN
  • THE MINDSET OF FINISHING
  • TWO TYPES OF ARMBAR - STANDARD AND CUTTING
  • TWO ENTRY METHODS
  • STANDARD ARMBAR PROCEDURE
  • ARMBAR FROM MOUNT - BASIC
  • ARMBAR FROM GUARD - BASIC
  • POSITIONAL HIERARCHY AND ENTRY POINTS
  • SHOULDER AND WRIST - TWO POINTS OF ROTATION
  • THE ARMBAR VS BACK PAIN
  • FINISHING THE ARMBAR

  • HOW THEY MAY ESCAPE
  • CONTROLLING THE END OF THE LEVER
  • LEG CONTROL AND POSITION
  • PREVENTING THE ELBOW SLIPPING
  • DEFENDING THE HITCHHIKER
  • DEFENDING THE LEG TRAP
  • DEFENDING THE THE STACK
  • DEFENDING THE TURN AWAY
  • DEFENDING THE REVERSE HITCHHIKER
  • REVERSE HITCHHIKER COUNTER 2 - BROOMSTICK ARMBAR
  • COUNTER THE LEG SIT
  • SUMMARY FINISHING THE ARMBAR
  • HOW TO TRAIN YOUR FINISH
  • PART 2

    BREAKING GRIPS

  • OVERVIEW
  • BREAKING HAND TO HAND GRIPS
  • TRIANGLE VS HAND TO HAND
  • RNC GRIP BREAK - STANDARD
  • RNC GRIP VARIANT BREAKS
  • BREAKING GRIPS WITH YOUR LEGS
  • GI GRIP BREAKS
  • PREVENTING THE GET UP
  • COUNTERING THE GET UP
  • WHEN THEY GRIP THEIR LEG
  • SUMMARY BREAKING GRIPS
  • BELLY DOWN ARMBAR

  • ENTRIES TO THE BELLY DOWN POSITION
  • OPPONENTS OPTIONS
  • STANDARD SEQUENCE
  • PREVENTING YOUR OPPONENT POSTURING
  • CONTROL WITH YOUR ARMS
  • LEG POSITION AND BATTLES
  • ROLLING THEM TO SUPINE
  • OFFENSE - FREE THE ARM TO ARMBAR
  • ROLL TO ARMBAR
  • ISOLATING THE ARM FROM THE KIMURA GRIP
  • COUNTERING THEIR ROLL THROUGH
  • COUNTERING THE STEPOVER
  • COUNTERING WHEN THEY GRAB THEIR LEG
  • COUNTER WHEN THEY POSTURE AND PULL YOU TOWARD CLOSED GUARD
  • COUNTER FREEING THE ELBOW
  • COUNTER THEY PIN YOUR LEG
  • COUNTER THEY PIN YOUR ARM WITH THEIR KNEE
  • SUMMARY BELLY DOWN ARMBAR
  • RECAP END STAGE POSITIONS

  • DRILLS
  • NARRATED ROLLING FINISHES
  • PART 3

    MOUNT

  • MOUNT TO S MOUNT - OPENING THE ELBOW
  • MOUNT TO S MOUNT - CLIMBING HIGHER
  • S MOUNT TO ARMBAR
  • S MOUNT BELLY DOWN ARMBAR
  • ARMBAR VS GET UP
  • CLOSED GUARD

  • TWO DIFFERENT SETUPS
  • MAJOR CONTROL POINTS
  • GETTING THE ARM ACROSS
  • ARM ACROSS GI CONSIDERATIONS
  • GETTING TO HIGH GUARD
  • GETTING TO HIGH GUARD GI VARIANT
  • OPTIONS FROM HIGH GUARD
  • ARMBAR FROM HIGH GUARD
  • ARMBAR VS STACK - FLOWER SWEEP
  • ARMBAR VS STACK - SPIN UNDER
  • ARMBAR VS LOW POSTURE - SPINOVER
  • FAST ARMBAR STANDING
  • OVERHOOK ARMBAR
  • SUMMARY ARMBARS FROM CLOSED GUARD
  • PART 4

    SIDE CONTROL

  • FAR ARMBAR FROM SIDE CONTROL
  • ARMBAR FROM KNEE ON BELLY
  • NEAR ARMBAR FROM SIDE CONTROL
  • BACK ENTRIES

  • ARMBAR FROM THE BACK SUPINE
  • SPINOVER ARMBAR FROM TRIPOD
  • SPINUNDER ARMBAR FROM TRIPOD
  • LESS COMMON ENTRIES

  • T KIMURA TO ARMBAR
  • OMOPLATA TO ARMBAR
  • 50/50 ARMBAR
  • RECAP ARMBAR ENTRIES

  • DRILLS
  • ENTRIES TO STANDARD ARMBAR
  • OVERVIEW CHOI BAR AND SHOULDER CRUNCH

  • OVERVIEW - CHOI BAR SHOULDER CRUNCH
  • CHOI BAR NOMENCLATURE
  • GRIP VARIANTS
  • PART 5

    HALF BUTTERFLY

  • OVERVIEW OF OPTIONS
  • PRIMARY SEQUENCE - HALF BUTTERFLY TO SHOULDER CRUNCH
  • ENTRIES - BAITING THE CROSSFACE
  • ENTRIES - HAND ON KNEE
  • ENTRIES - SIT UP AND GRAB THE HEAD
  • ENTRIES - ARM DRAG GRIP SET UP
  • TRADE OFF BETWEEN ENTRY AND RISK
  • IT'S A FEEL BASED MOVE
  • THE CROSSFACE... IS IT GOOD OR BAD
  • FIGHTING FOR THE KNEE LINE
  • KIMURA GRIP VS CHOI BAR
  • ELBOW OPEN
  • SHOULDER POSITION
  • KEEPING THE ARM
  • SCOURING - TRUNK AND LEG WORK
  • CLARIFICATION ON UPPER BODY PRESSURE
  • HALF BUTTERFLY TO SHOULDER CRUNCH
  • HALF BUTTERFLY TO CHOI BAR
  • THREATENING THE CHOI BAR AND SHOULDER CRUNCH
  • HEAD AND ARM TO SHOULDER CRUNCH
  • SUMMARY HALF BUTTERFLY
  • PART 6

    SHOULDER CRUNCH

  • OVERVIEW
  • ENTRIES COVERED IN OTHER SECTIONS
  • BUTTERFLY ENTRY
  • HALF BUTTEFLY TO NEAR SIDE SHOULDER CRUNCH
  • KEEP THEM TO THE FAR SIDE
  • HOW TO GRIP
  • CONTROLLING WITH YOUR LEGS
  • CUTTING ARMBAR
  • FAR SIDE BUTTERFLY SWEEP
  • NEAR SIDE BUTTERFLY SWEEP
  • SHOULDER CRUNCH TO CHOI BAR
  • SUMMARY SHOULDER CRUNCH
  • CHOI BAR AND OPEN GUARD

  • INTRO TO SECTION
  • STANDARD CHOI BAR FROM OPEN GUARD
  • OPPONENTS OPTIONS
  • HOW TO GRIP
  • BREAKING POSTURE BEFORE SWINGING THE LEG
  • CHOI BAR VS TOREANDO
  • FAST ARMBAR FROM K GUARD
  • CHOI BAR FROM K GUARD
  • K GUARD TO CLOSED GUARD HEAD ARM
  • DLR TO CHOI BAR
  • CHOI BAR VS DOUBLE UNDERS
  • TROUBLESHOOTING - THEY POSTURE OUT
  • TROUBLESHOOTING - THEY ROTATE THEIR ARM TO FREE IT
  • TROUBLESHOOTING - THEY STEP OVER YOUR HEAD
  • TROUBLESHOOTING - THEY CROWD YOU
  • TROUBLESHOOTING - THEY DUCKUNDER
  • TROUBLESHOOTING - THEY PIN YOUR LEG
  • TROUBLESHOOTING - THEY GO TO NEAR SIDE KNEE THROUGH
  • SUMMARY CHOI BAR AND THE GUARD
  • PART 7

    CLOSED GUARD HEAD ARM

  • OVERVIEW
  • HOW TO GRIP
  • PREVENTING THEM FREEING
  • LEGWORK
  • CLOSED GUARD TO SHOULDER CRUNCH
  • OPTIONS WHEN YOU LOSE THE HEAD
  • SUMMARY CLOSED GUARD HEAD ARM
  • MOUNT CUTTING ARMBAR

  • CUTTING ARMBAR FROM MOUNT
  • CUTTING ARMBAR TO ARMBAR
  • PART 8

    CHOI BAR FROM TOP

  • OVERVIEW
  • CHOI BAR VS KNEE SHIELD
  • CHOI BAR VS DEEP HALF
  • CHOIOROLL
  • RECAP CHOI BAR SHOULDER CRUNCH CUTTING ARMBAR

  • DRILLS
  • CHOI BAR SHOULDER CRUNCH CUTTING ARMBAR
  • SUMMARY THE STRAIGHT ARMLOCK ANTHOLOGY

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