If you were a bit too slow to take the back, do not worry, you still have an arm bar waiting for them! The arm bar is a great follow up attack from the TV position, and we can utilize our Kimura grip as a bicep slicer to help break their grip if they locked hands. Even if they get their hand down, we can still arm bar them.
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I’ve been watching your videos for years. I have never written before but That was excellent! I get to the point where I throw the leg over the head wry often, especially while defending a single leg but always go to my knees to try and finish or attempt to take the back again I don’t have a good reason why I never just turned my hips and went to the arm bar. Thank you, as always great video.