The back is there to be taken! It’s no coincidence that taking someone’s back is regarded as the most powerful position to have in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu; it’s where you can pose a LOT of danger to your opponents. So, you give your best to take it you and succeed in doing so… But what if, after that, you struggle with maintaining back control? What if, after all that struggle, your opponent manages to escape?
There’s quite a number of things that you can do if an opponent starts escaping your back control – and one of them is transitioning to a Guillotine Choke.
Here’s one of the situations and one of the ways in which you can set it up.
Felipe Pena demonstrates:
Control, Retain, And Attack The Back As Felipe Pena Shows You How He Became One Of The Best Black Belts Of All-Time From This Powerful Position – Including The Secrets To His Signature Fight-Ending Chokes!
- Back control is the strongest place to be in BJJ, and Felipe shows you how he controls and retains the position to give you as much time as possible to launch submission attacks.
- Felipe breaks down the difference between the attack and support side and how you should operate on each for submission success.