Setting up no gi chokes is an invaluable skill that every serious grappler needs in their submission arsenal.
These chokes are powerful tools whether gi or no gi, sport, mma, self defense, etc.
Turtle position is one of the most common and versatile positions from which to gain an understanding of how these chokes effectively work. A scramble or a sprawl is usually what will make this position happen , and occurs frequently in a variety of contexts.
BJJ black belt Eli Knight, one of the most well-known BJJ instructors, shows six BJJ chokes that absolutely everybody should know.
The 10-finger guillotine, the anaconda, the Darce, the Peruvian necktie, the arm-in guillotine and the bulldog choke are the focus of this particular video. Hopefully, these are useful for you, whether they are new concepts or new details on old concepts.
Let’s get straight into it, beginning with the 10 finger guillotine.
If you like chokes, you can turn your arms and legs into pythons and squeeze necks like never before! Here are some tricks that helped Lachlan Giles (Craig Jones’ instructor) to being a 2x ADCC Trials champion and medalist at the IBJJF Worlds in No Gi. Learn Lachlan’s systematic approach and catch the neck effortlessly in no gi. HIGH PERCENTAGE CHOKES: NO GI by BJJ Fanatics.