|Onzuka Bro.s circa '95 (classic BJJ)|
I'm not talking about the tornado or helicopter sweeps or high-flying Sambo throws or any of those creative and very intricate gi tail chokes. These are difficult to perfect for sure and they are best employed by a more experienced grappler with a solid foundation. But, they actually work. I'm talking the flying stuff. Anything that requires jumping or platforming off of a dude's back or shoulder is probably not the best technique to concentrate on. I'd forbid you to practice them, but I know you'd do it anyway.
The technique featured below is brought to us by some Gongkwon Yusul practitioners in South Korea. It's what they are calling a "turning flying armbar" and it requires some kind of alley oop-type shoulder roll jump thing that has FAIL written all over it. These guys are not training for competition, so I'm assuming this is meant as a self defense technique, which blows my mind.
On second thought, we do want you to try this at home and/or in rolling with your teammates. Pull it off and Demolisher will eat his Keiko Raca.