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Tag Archives: Triangle Choke

The triangle choke is one of the premier submission techniques to force an opponent to tap or be rendered unconscious. It is a leg-based blood choke in which the fighter encircles and constricts one of his legs around the opponent's neck, wrapping it up with his other leg in a figure-4 position while entangling one of his arms in the process. The choke is set in by constricting the carotid artery on one side of the opponent's neck with one of the fighter's legs and his other carotid artery through the constriction of his own arm (via your encircled, wrapped leg). It is a versatile submission hold that can be executed from the guard, back-control or mount positions.

Judo Videos: Sankaku-Jime Demonstrated by Ronda Rousey, MMA Fighter and Olympic Judoka

Wednesday, June 26th, 2013

Could you handle a triangle choke from Ronda Rousey? Watch her execute one on her training partner in this exclusive video!
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Karo Parisyan’s Favorite MMA Moves: 2 Arm-Lock Techniques and a Triangle Choke

Wednesday, January 16th, 2013

Love him or hate him, Karo Parisyan has taken on some of the top names in the world of mixed martial arts. In this exclusive video, Karo Parisyan shows us three of his favorite MMA techniques and breaks them down step-by-step!
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Posted in MMA Videos.

How BJJ Techniques Can Be Used in Self-Defense Moves: Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Master John Machado Demonstrates!

Monday, August 27th, 2012

As more and more martial artists recognize the value of augmenting their self-defense skills with grappling, we at Black Belt thought an overview of the various categories of techniques was in order. So with help from BJJ techniques master John Machado, one of the top grappling authorities in the United States, we offer the following
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Posted in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.