Good training today, working mostly self-defense (one-two with push-kick to body clinch takedown ... headlock escape) and some specific training from side control. Got in a little bit of rolling, continuing to work "burienbyarmbar" only with more control and precision. I think part of what went not-exactly-right with my last armlock was that I was attacking the left arm rather than the right. And while I am very proud of myself for recognizing the opportunity on my "weaker" side and attacking rather than demurring, I am not impressed with having a "weaker" side where this particular technique is concerned. A part of what I think is going to make burienbyarmbar work is the ability to attack either arm with equal speed and fluidity. So, onward for that.
Also, too ... I need to work on my Flat Pass to the right. To the extent that I'm starting to develop some go-to guard passes, I want to make sure that my best passes are right where I want them to be when I need them. There have been too many times when I've been stymied in the guard because my preferred pass side was blocked (by a collar-choke attack, for example). Simply by being able to go to the other side, I'll be able to make those attacks work for me rather than against.
160.3 on the scale post-train. Typical Monday weight. Ideally, I'm down around 157 or so come Wednesday.