The anaconda choke is an arm-triangle choke variation where an opponent’s arm is trapped with the head in a front headlock position. This submission is applied by placing your arm under the opponent’s neck as you connect it to your bicep on the other arm. The exit point of your arm is on the outside of the opponent’s armpit. The finishing mechanics of the submission is unique as you typically do it by rolling the opponent over the trapped arm, typically known as the gator roll.
The Anaconda Choke is one of the most powerful submissions in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.
But, chances are… That you’re making heaps of mistakes when applying it.
Here are the Anaconda Choke mistakes that you need to correct as soon as possible.
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