Takedown attempts should always be countered by a sprawl but what about defending and countering takedowns with a well timed guillotines?
The Guillotine Choke is a very powerful submission, one that gets all of the attention from everyone when performed correctly. However, if you don’t set it up properly, it can be defended swiftly and get you into a bad position all too easily.
Setting Up The Guillotine Without Losing Position & Compromising Yourself
Wrestlers do not have to worry about submissions in their sport.
So the guillotine is almost always there when they are executing their takedowns. Though they have a large arsenal of takedown options, they typically go for a single leg or a double leg takedown. It becomes a very predictable pattern, they shoot, you choke.
3 time Black Belt No-Gi World Champion and ADCC bronze medalist Josh Hinger shows his infamous ‘Hingertine’ that he likes to set up when someone is trying to take you down with a single leg.
Learn the most devastating guillotine attacks in BJJ with Atos black belt, ADCC Bronze medalist, Masters World Champion and no-gi world champion, Josh Hinger: Hingertine- Guillotine Concepts by BJJ Fanatics.