The mount position is one of the most dominant controlling positions in BJJ. It is one of the fundamental positions in Jiu-Jitsu and is arguably one of the most valuable lessons a student will learn that can be applied in a self-defense situation. Landing in the mount is a common position to be in a fight, so learning how to utilize it for offense and learning how to escape it can really be helpful.
The Cross Collar Choke is, for many BJJ students, the first submission technique they learn. However, perfecting the Cross Collar Choke is a long road – but it’s possible to start traveling it today.
Here are a couple of details that’ll make it much more efficient. Pay special attention to curling your wrist and to using your elbow to open the training partner’s chin:
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- Utilize both simple and advanced techniques to get to the mount from positions such as side control, Kesa Gatame, half guard, and more.
- Discover the proper tools for maintaining the mount by grapevining the legs and understanding the importance and how to dominantly use the cross face and underhooks.