The Triangle Choke is one of the most versatile submissions in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. While most commonly associated with the Closed Guard setup, the Triangle can be executed from all sorts of different positions…
With one of them being from the back.
Here’s a tight Triangle setup from the back, that can be used in gi and no-gi alike.
What if we told you that it’s possible to do a Triangle Choke… Without your opponent’s arm being in-between your legs?
Yes, it’s possible, although not in every situation. Here’s in which situation in particular – as well as how to do this armless Triangle variation – as explained by David Avellan:
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