Ever been on the receiving end of an Arm Triangle (Head & Arm Choke) submission? Of course you have… And how did it feel? It sucks, right. When you feel that choke tighten, there isn’t much that you can do but wait for it to reach full force and to tap out.
Kata-Gatame/ Head and arm choke/ Arm Triangle choke is used as a hold down in Judo, and it is mostly used as a choke in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and mixed martial arts.
The Arm Triangle… Sometimes it tends to be elusive, doesn’t it? As in: you have it locked in and your training partner should be tapping out… But they aren’t. And no matter how much you try and adjust it, it makes no difference.
Working on submissions from the Mount position is a must for every BJJ athlete. And one of the highest-percentage submissions to go for from the Mount is the Arm Triangle.
Here’s how to set it up, as demonstrated by Jake Shields:
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