One of the most important elements of your development in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is learning when and how to use different guards. To define, a guard is a position where you use your legs as a barrier to prevent an opponent from passing. Aside from its obvious defensive properties, the guard is a highly offensive position in which you can use sweeps, submissions, and transitions to defeat your opponent.
If you want to reach the next step in your BJJ progress, then you’ve got to learn how to chain submission attacks together. For instance, learning how to chain Triangle Choke and Omoplata attacks is a natural choice
Triangle Choke setups come in all shapes and forms… But one of the slickest ones is from the Omoplata.
Here’s one really cool way to set up a Triangle Choke from the Omoplata.
Josh Cisneros demonstrates:
Cisneros is a Black Belt under Tom Knox and holds multiple World Titles as well as the F2W Pro 145 lb. No GI Belt.
- Get a fresh take on the omoplata from one of BJJ’s youngest and most successful competitors.
- From entries, to transitions, and finishes Cisneros has you covered with techniques that he uses at the highest levels of competition to help you solve the omoplata puzzle.