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The anaconda choke is a submission hold that can render an opponent unconscious by restricting blood flow to the brain. This occurs when the choke constricts the carotid arteries in the neck, which measure pulse. For the technique to be considered an anaconda choke, the combatants must be facedown in the north-south position and the opponent's arm must be trapped and pressing into his own neck. Trapping the arm secures the opponent's and constricts blood flow on one side of his neck, while the aggressor uses his arm to constrict the blood flow to the other side of the opponent's neck.

New Jean Jacques Machado Grappling DVDs Coming Soon! Set Will Feature Submission Grappling, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and Mixed-Martial Arts Techniques!

Wednesday, November 30th, 2011

Based on their acclaimed best-selling book of the same name, Jean Jacques Machado and Jay Zeballos’ highly anticipated three-DVD set, The Grappler’s Handbook: Gi and No-Gi Techniques, serves as a martial arts multimedia companion wherein the two Brazilian jiu-jitsu masters demonstrate takedowns, chokes, holds and submissions in living color and in exhaustive detail. Filmed at
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