Some chokes in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu… Well, you wouldn’t want to do them to a friend.
Unless that friend is your favorite training partner, of course; because then you can be sure that they won’t get (too) angry.
While the north-south may be considered a transitional position, it is still packed with options for attack. Examples of these include the kimura, armbar, and the north-south choke. The north-south choke is one of the best moves of ADCC vet Rustam Chsiev. Let’s look at how the “Russian Bear” applies his version of the north-south choke.
This old school choke from North South is one such technique. Check it out on the video below – and be careful when (and to whom you’re) applying it:
Russia’s Best Kept Secret: Learn The Takedowns, Leglocks, & Chokes (Never Before Revealed) From The Best Submission Grappler In Russian History.
- Rustam Chsiev has had success at the ADCC against the likes of many world class bjj competitors.
- Rustam has competed against guys like Xande Ribeiro, Rafael Lovato and many other prolific bjj stars.