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Instead, look to modify it and mold it to your needs.

The trick is just to remember that things are effective for a reason. But changing small things here an there can only make something work much better for you. Once such example is the spider web position, which was originally just an armbar adjustment.

The spider web position, as you might conclude from the name, comes to us courtesy of 10th PLanet Jiu-Jitsu. However, it is a position that works and it does so at the highest levels of Jiu-Jitsu.

And for all you 10th planet critics out there, yes it does work perfectly in the Gi as well. You can look at the spider web as just a way to increase your armbar finishing rate, or you can practice it as a position of control. He just released an extremely comprehensive guide into one of the 10th PLanet Jiu-Jitsu basics.

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Picture yourself in the mount. You decide to go fora BJJ classic, the armbar from full mount. You do the setup and end up at the perfect position for an armbar. Stay there long enough without doing anything and your opponent is eventually going to figure a way out. The other arm is usually trying to help break the defensive grips, while the legs are over the head and neck, respectively.

This is where most armbar finishing battles take place.

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What you basically need to do is switch the arms. To enhance control over the arm, you have to grab your opposite side hip with the palm. The goal is to have your elbow control their arm, while your palm holds your hip. The legs stay in the usual manner, over the head and neck.

The second arm, though, has a different task. The aim is to lie on your side and use that arm to hook the nearest leg, under the thigh and all the way back up. It is clear that the spider web position is a very dominant way of controlling and, ultimately, finishing the armbar.

But why do these small adjustments change the dynamics of the position so much? Do they really offer an advantage over your opponents? How about using the spider web position to transition into other means of attack? Is it too early for me to look into learning this position?

The answers are as follows:. The reason that the spider web is such a tight position is in the hooks.

Eddie Bravo, the founder of this position, refers to them as deep hooks. The reason for this, in turn, is to get a tight control over the arm and an even easier defense break when the time comes. This means escaping is not going to work until they get their leg back.

In terms of extra control, once you have the leg hooked, the aim is to connect both your hands. A gable grip is a way to go here.

Now, you have an opponent deep into an armbar, with their leg trapped and bent, taking away all movement possibilities. Crushing discomfort is just an added benefit.

So, the options to finish the match. Of course, the first choice submission is the armbar. There are several ways to break the grips, each more effective than the other. Special mention to the Douchebag grip break, which is unstoppable as its name is appropriate. FInsihng the armbar might require you to go on the back in a quest for better leverage. When the grip breaks, remember to use both hands to control the wrist.

This keeps the leg hooked while taking away all options of resistance. Namely, sometimes people are going to look to get up on their knees by trying to remove one of your legs.

Boom, you have an instant triangle, not to mention still keeping the armbar option. The opponent has their arms gripping for dear life? Getting to the spiderweb is where things get really fun.

One great option is to get there from the back. When things are not working out for you from the back, look to transition to the spiderweb. A very cool entry option is also the rolling entry.

Off an arm drag or against the turtle look to have one leg hook in. The goal is to place your forehead on the mats and place the deep hook in while upside down. While in transition, look to place the leg hook in and finish by throwing the second leg over their head.

If things are not working out for you from the spiderweb which is unlikely you can always look to transition out. We already covered the triangle as an option. One thing you can easily go for is the back.

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All you need to do is give your opponent the possibility to move in the desired direction. To achieve this, simply take your leg off their head. A very cool transition option is into the honey hole position. When stuck in a spider web, look to place the knee of your inside leg all the way on the mat and against their hips. Keep a tight control and try to pull their leg and arm together as tight as possible. Yes, the spider web is applicable to all belts out there.

Al it takes is a basic understanding of the armbar submission.

So, if you have more than six months experience, and you like armbars you should look into the spider web position. in. Forgot your password? Get help. Password recovery.

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Kasey

The spider web is an alternative to the standard arm bar situation, mainly because it provides grapplers with much more Jiu-Jitsu self-defense techniques.
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Ebba

I have used it for years and really like it.
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Pauline

Which one is better?
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