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Back Lapel Chokes • 3m 57s

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  • BackMount_LapelChokes_2of4

    Now that we've looked at the proper placement of grips, we are going to look at them in more detail when dumping your opponent to the side. Posting on your elbow will create the opportunity for more leverage when you ratchet down your choke.
    (I honestly started to feel bad for the Uke in this...

  • BackMount_LapelChokes_3of4

    You will encounter opponents that will try to avoid the cross collar choke by dumping to the non-choking side. This is an excellent time to set up our Bow and Arrow choke, and with proper grips, framing and leverage this choke can be brutal.

  • BackMount_LapelChokes_4of4

    Now that we have explored how much "fun" the Bow and Arrow choke can be, we are going to look at some variations of sitting up, crossing the legs and straight armlock submissions if the head pops out.
    It's always a good thing to have lots of ammo going into a fight!