WATCH: “Ude Garami” Arm Lock from North/South – by Carlos Vieira

On September 17, 2015 By

Fourth degree BJJ Black Belt and multiple time champion Carlos ‘Portuguese’ Vieira shows you how to apply an arm lock from North/South, even when your opponent initially defends.

Carlos ‘Portuguese’ Vieira and Aussie UFC Lightweight Jake Matthews return for this week’s Technique of the Week, in order to help improve your overall grappling or MMA game!

Carlos Vieira is a 4th degree black belt who trains out of Cia Paulista gym in Melbourne, Australia, and is a 2002 & 2003 Pan-American champion, 2005 Brazilian champion and the Pan-Pacific champion in both 2010 and 2011. He is also on of the highest ranked and recognized BJJ black belts in Australia.

This week, Carlos shows you how to hit an Ude Garami arm lock from the North/South position. The Ude Garami is a shoulder lock and is similar in mechanics to a Kimura or an Americana. What makes this attack so crafty is that your opponent will generally expect you to go for a Kimura, but you will use their traditional defense against them and hit this sneaky move.

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