The triangle choke from guard is one of the first submissions that you will typically learn in BJJ. It is highly effective and will work at all levels.
There are so many ways to set up a triangle choke. To catch a technically superior opponent, you will need to have a very tricky and sneaky set up that will catch them off guard.
How good are your Triangle Chokes? Could they use some improvements?
Yeah, they probably could… For example, by upgrading them with Wrist Locks!
Here’s a great way to hit a Wrist Lock from the Triangle Choke.
Matt Arroyo demonstrates it on the video below:
This 8-part series has all of Neil’s most effective ways to triangle your opponent and how you can start using this skill as part of your game.
- Neil Melanson is one of the best grappling coaches in the world, with a rare mix of Brazilian jiu-jitsu, catch wrestling, MMA ground game, and other grappling disciplines.
- Set up and finish different forms of triangle, including reverse triangle, the corner lock triangle, hand choke triangle, and many more.