Keenan Cornelius Shows How To Adapt The Straightjacket Back System For The Gi

Keenan Cornelius Shows How To Adapt The Straightjacket Back System For The Gi

Back control in Jiu Jitsu is a very powerful position. If you have been training for a while, you have probably heard about the straightjacket back attack system made famous by the infamous Danaher Death Squad. It’s more of a No Gi system attackck system, so how do we adapt it for the Gi?

When you train in the Gi, you can use your opponent’s Gi as well as your won as a weapon. It has various ways to attack submissions so let’s check out the straight jacket system when using the Gi.

Who better to show us than the lapel master himself, Keenan Cornelius:

The RNC is a choke you don’t see too often in the gi. That’s because most people try to just slap it on. That may work in no-gi, but the more intellectually stimulating yes-gi requires a little more 𝓯𝓲𝓷𝓮𝓼𝓼𝓮.
Check out the full details to the step by step process of setting up the RNC choke in gi without ever giving your opponent a chance to fight back.

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This is an extremely powerful position with an array of attacks. Hopefully this sheds some light on the straight jacket position from back control in the Gi, good luck working the position! Any tips or comments? Let us know!

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