The Chokes of Brazilian Jiujitsu
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  • ==== ====Get This Product with Special Price at : ====Everyone has heard of the rear naked choke, guillotine choke and the triangle choke as these aresome of the most common submissions likely to be seen but lets discuss some less commonchokes that are sure to make a difference in anyones game.The Cobra Choke; the submission variant of a half cobra, which is an immobilization that allowsyou to work for an armlock, a triangle or the full cobra choke. Or to strike in mixed martial arts.The full cobra is a very handy submission to have in your arsenal as it is set up from the half cobrawhich allows for many other combinations and set ups.Anaconda Choke; This choke is great in application as a counter to a double leg shoot. It can beset up nicely off of a sprawl. Bringing the opponent down to the ground and rolling them into thisdifficult to counter choke.Darce choke or Brabo choke; This is one of my personal favorites, this choke is extremelyversatile and can be applied from a number of positions.its also an excellent counter and can beapplied when your opponent least expects it. Like the anaconda choke, the brabo choke can alsobe used as a counter to a shoot in the same way as the anaconda, that is as a counter off thesprawl.Tripod choke; This choke is a simpler variation of the triangle choke. It is faster to apply althoughsomewhat easier for your opponent to stand out of. The key to making it work is speed as it isapplied by simply crossing the feet over the opponents neck with one of his arms trapped in, like inthe triangle choke. Except here, once your feet are crossed behind your opponents head, youpush your feet out, straightening your legs and tightening the choke while simultaneously reachingaround his head and your legs and squeezing against your legs for added power. The best grip forthis is to close your fingers tight and place them over the fingers of your other hand with thethumbs remaining at the sides.Finally there are several variations of gi chokes that are applied using your opponents lapel collarto choke him out. These chokes involve tightening the collar on both sides of his carotid arteriesrestricting blood flow to the brain. Gi chokes require that you get a deep grip on your opponentscollar to ensure that the collar can be tightly pulled against his neck.Access a Growing Resource of FREE Jiujitsu Techniques, Strategies and Reviews. Subscribe tothe Jiujitsu Universe Blog and receive a FREE copy of The Fundamentals of Brazilian Jiujitsuebook!
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