Starting from the side control position we look at a guillotine choke when opponent tries to escape with the underhook. We look at using the mount to finish and applying the same principles in halfguard (top).
In the gi session tonight we look at chokes using the lapel (collars) from the closed guard set up. A basic X-choke (cross lapel), a forearm choke and baseball bat choke which can also be used against a guard pass.
We look at one of my favourite positions and choke combos from this position. Side control offers so many options and from here we go over a guillotine choke counter when opponent gets the underhook to try and get up on his knees to escape. Two finish options from here by falling to your back or mounting for the finish. Lastly …
Went through some more chokes from the front headlock position. The Monty Python which is a arm-in guillotine variation. Went over the anaconda choke again. Visited the darce choke setting it up from front headlock and lastly looked at the Peruvian Necktie.
Went through two type of chokes with the gi – forearm choke and baseball bat choke. Some variations from mount and side control, the difference in the grips and using different parts of the gi.
A couple of simple chokes from the headlock position you can get in from a sprawl or getting there some other way. Went through a standing guillotine variation and the basic anaconda choke.
Another combo from the closed guard start. Armbar from guard to a pendulum sweep / flower sweep and triangle opportunities. Works well together.
We started with two very basic ways on getting to back control – someone trying to roll from being mounted and from turtle position. A lot of details were covered such as which hooks to get in first, which hook is more important to keep and what an opponent can do depend on which hook they free, which side to …