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Tag Archives: arm triangle

The arm triangle is a blood-choke technique in which the fighter encircles his opponent's neck and arm in a figure-4 hold. This causes the opponent to be rendered unconscious or submit. The choke restricts oxygen via compression of the adversary's carotid arteries.

Nate Marquardt on How to Become an MMA Fighter, Part 1: Boxing Techniques, BJJ Techniques, MMA Diet and Conditioning

Monday, January 14th, 2013

In Part 1 of this beginner’s guide to MMA, UFC veteran Nate Marquardt tells you what attributes you need to get started and the best ways to develop them!
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Posted in Mixed Martial Arts.

Kelly McCann on How Limiting Your Arsenal of Self-Defense Moves Can Actually Improve Your H2HC Skill

Monday, May 7th, 2012

I was recently fortunate to train, have dinner with and catch up with two friends who recently returned from Afghanistan. They’re members of a special-mission unit composed of some of the nation’s best warriors; they are to warfare what Olympic athletes are to sports.
One is a serious martial artist and MMA practitioner, the other a
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Posted in Combatives.

NICK DIAZ – Takedown to Arm Triangle

Wednesday, March 23rd, 2011

Fans might think Nick Diaz is just another mixed martial arts fighter, but he has more than 20 years of experience in the traditional arts, including aikido, karate, escrima and Brazilian jiu-jitsu. In this exclusive in-studio video, he demonstrates how to execute a takedown to an arm triangle.

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Posted in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Joint Locks, MMA Fighters, MMA Videos, Mixed Martial Arts, Throws/Takedowns.