How a single ‘quick fix’ can triple the power of your gi choke attacks
Gi chokes are a fundamental and effective strategy in BJJ. Maybe the two best known gi choke are the cross collar choke from guard and the cross collar choke from mount. We’ll explore that choke in more detail below, but rest assured that it has been used to submit world class competitors at the highest levels of competition. (more…)
When you’re in your opponent’s guard one of the most annoying things he can do is secure a really good cross-collar grip on you. True, this grip doesn’t have much utility for MMA or no-gi training (in fact being too reliant on it can create some really bad habits for when the gi comes off), but in BJJ the cross-collar grip is a serious problem.
When your opponent snags a cross collar grip on you it’s important to deal with it immediately! First of all, against someone who is a collar choke expert, a single deep grip on your lapel puts you into extreme danger… (more…)
Andreh Anderson demonstrates a technique where your opponent will think he’s passing your guard, but this only sets him up for a sneaky lapel choke. (more…)
You can attack with this version of the Brabo Choke anytime your opponent is using his half guard from the bottom and is wearing a gi… (more…)
Are there any submissions out there that you just can’t finish? You can set it up, lock it on, and strain for all you’re worth, but your opponent just won’t tap out?
It happens all the time. In fact, I’m not immune either. (more…)