Roger Gracie Shares The Best Arm Triangle Finishing Details

Roger Gracie Shares The Best Arm Triangle Finishing Details

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.

There are many schools of thought regarding the best positioning for the top attacking partner. Some advocate laying flat on the ground with the hips low. Others prefer turning to a 90 degree angle, while others like to put a knee on the ground and drive forward.

10x BJJ world champion and 3x ADCC world champion Roger Gracie has a very tight arm triangle and he shares some game changing finishing details in this video:

Roger pushes the opponent’s arm up by using his shouder.

He places his choking arm right under the opponent’s chin, squeezing their neck.

He shows the right way to dismount and windshield wipe your way to side control and how to turn your hips for maximum pressure.

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